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The website & Facebook page is very misleading! Mold, overloaded powerstrip in cabins & teepees was very dangerous. Parts of the ceiling in cabin was hanging down with spiderwebs everywhere. No playground for kids like site said. Hottub was not working with mold in it....More
Bathroom facilities were shameful. I felt sorry for my children while we stayed here. The lodging inside the tipis was dirty and smelled. The stool that i stayed up all night sitting on (because the dirtiness made my skin crawl - couldn't sleep a wink)...More
The teepees are unsafe. There was a powerstrip hanging from the side with multiple items plugged in such as microwave, TV, refrigerator, fan, airconditioner and a lamp. The day we were there it rained and our floor was flooded with approx 2 incehes of water...More
The place itself is amazing, staying by the riverside, you have available wood to make your own fire, bathroom was clean, location is awesome to go hunting for Diamonds and the staff was super friendly.
At night you can have a beautiful view of the...More
Pros: Cabin with amenities, full-body shower, flat-screen TV with dish service, free wi-fi, native American decor adds to ambience, coffee maker, micro wave, mini-fridge, fire pit with fire wood provided, hot tub, riverside location with use of canoe, fishing location with some equipment provided, free...More
US$109 - US$220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Diamond John`s Riverside Retreat Hotel Murfreesboro
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Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may... More
Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may not like. My dog didn't particularly care for the peacocks screaming at all hours of the day and night and she really didn't like the mice running around the cabin. I know all pets are different, just something to think about.