A bit of history, imagination and a lot of craftsmanship went into building this cozy one room/one bath cabin on the same acreage as the original Honey Creek School.
Enjoy cozy country comfort at the cabin at Honey Creek
The cabin was constructed with a 1890's theme.
A step back in time with a few "necessities" like cable TV, a kitchen and, oh yes and a full bath with running water!!!
The kitchen has a microwave although most people prefer to cook on the grill or fire grate. There are grilling utensils and grill baskets There is also a small cube refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, a set of dishes, silverware, dish soap and paper towels and sponges
The double bed will have line dried sheets, pillows and a quilt and blanket
We have a good supply of bath towels in the full bathroom.
There is a loveseat and a desk near the TV area and a large front porch with table and chairs. The firepit is ready to light, a lighter is in the kitchen and lots of firewood out back.
Kick back, relax and enjoy!
Zugang für Gäste
Please let us know when you plan to arrive. Anytime after 2 PM is fine. We'll be watching for you.
Checkout time is 11 am. Sometimes Jerry had to mow and he doesn't like to do it when you are here. After all... didn't you come for peace and quiet ?
For nights under the stars, there is a campfire pit with a grill grate that fits over the fire pit for cooking out, we also have grill baskets, firewood and starter. An old dirt road for a walk in the country. And Honey Creek, once well known for bees, is nearby if you want to explore.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Please let us know when you plan to arrive. Jerry takes great pride in having everything just right. He will greet you on arrival and answer any questions you may have. There is coffee and tea in the cabin and ICE by request at the school house. You may contact either of us anytime.
Jerry has lived here all of his 70+ years, ask him anything! Oh yes, he is also a docent on the river barge, The Captain Meriwether Lewis, in Brownville so you can ask him anything about that too!
Also, the regular check out time is 11am.
Weitere wichtige Infos
We are between Peru (2 miles) and Brownville (6 miles)
It is VERY IMPORTANT that you follow OUR written directions to get here from highway 67 (no other GPS or MapQuest will work correctly)
FUN THINGS TO DO ... Within 20 miles
Brownville Shops, Museums and Winery, the Lyceum Eatery, Village Theater, Brownville Concert Hall, Riverboat Rides.
Peru State College Campus, Sports and Events
Steamboat Trace Hiking/Biking Trail INDIAN CAVE STATE PARK
Nebraska City Arbor Lodge State Park, Kimmel Orchard, John Browns Cave, Hunting: Wild game, Arrowheads & Mushrooms
Birding Stargazing Creeking
We LOVE animals. We ask that you let us know when booking if you will be bringing a pet. There is a $10 charge per animal. Kindly crate your pet or keep them off the furniture (bed, couch) . Pets may run free on the property if you check with Jerry in advance.
Although not allowed in the cabin, we do allow smoking outside.
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Jerry and Linda (this is Linda's photo) had a great time bringing back the 1880's to our cabin and schoolhouse. We love to meet other travelers almost as much as we enjoy traveling. Jerry is your "go to guy" for local information. He has lived in Nebraska all of his life. He will be around to greet you and have a campfire ready.
A perfect trip for me is "living local" Hope you like the same, there is lots to show you around here.