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Secluded Acres

Broken Bow, Oklahoma

Secluded Acres



9 Mi. N Hwy 259
Broken Bow, Oklahoma 74728


Phone: 817-909-9767


Latitude: 34°1'34"N
Longitude: 94°44'22"S


Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 0.00
Year Built: 0
Square Feet: 0
Floors: 0
Sleeps: 0


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Secluded Acres
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2014-06-24 17:11:05
This cabin is not worth more than $75 a night! We rented the Jimmy Cabin for 3 nights June 7-10. We got the key holder open but there was no key. We had to wait 2 different times for the lady with the key to come back (then had an issue with the key we left not being found. The pictures showed that all 4 children would be in the 2 bunkbeds in one bedroom. This was not so and we 3 adults were looking forward to having our own bedroom. Didn't happen. Don't trust the pictures. ALL of the water faucets needed work none of them worked properly and no hot water in the main bath. And then hanging out in the back yard was greatly hampered by the stench coming from the sesspool not 3 feet away from the sitting area in the back. It was horrible and was made worse by all the rain. And then the dryer didn't work and no clear instructions on what to do with our trash. There was one regular size trash can for this cabin that boasts that it will sleep 10. And to top it all off we were accused of stealing the key to the cabin. It was found but no apology was offered. It sounds inexpensive but once you add up all the extra per person costs you really could do much better in one of the newer cabins around Broken Bow. They need to do a lot of mainteneace work before I would ever reccomend it to anyone else!
Secluded Acres
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2014-06-24 17:08:00
We rented the Jimmy Cabin. We got the key holder open but there was no key. We had to wait 2 different times for the lady with the key to come back (then had an issue with the key we left not being found. The pictures showed that all 4 children would be in the 2 bunkbeds in one bedroom. This was not so and we 3 adults were looking forward to having our own bedroom. Didn't happen. Don't trust the pictures. ALL of the water faucets needed work none of them worked properly and no hot water in the main bath. And then hanging out in the back yard was greatly hampered by the stench coming from the sesspool not 3 feet away from the sitting area in the back. It was horrible and was made worse by all the rain. And then the dryer didn't work and no clear instructions on what to do with our trash. There was one regular size trash can for this cabin that boasts that it will sleep 10. And to top it all off we were accused of stealing the key to the cabin. It was found but no apology was offered. It sounds inexpensive but once you add up all the extra per person costs you really could do much better in one of the newer cabins around Broken Bow. I agree that this cabin is not worth more than $75 a night.
Secluded Acres
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2011-06-01 18:43:57
We stayed in the Jimmy cabin over Memorial Day weekend 2011 (we paid a premium in-season, holiday rate) with some friends but unfortunately our experience wasn\'t pleasant. First, the cabin was decently clean but lacked several minor amenities, when put together, were troublesome. Specifically, there was no soap anywhere in the cabin other than the hand soap and dish soap in the kitchen (however the cabin owner does own a small store across the highway where you can buy your own soap for the shower and bathrooms which seems like a racket). Next, the website lists the cabin as having a dishwasher however we quickly found out after dinner Friday evening that it did not work. The next morning we found out the coffee maker didn\'t work either (an ammenity we emailed about prior to reserving the cabin which we were assured was available and functional). When we told the owner about the situation he apologized about the dishwasher and said he knew it didn\'t work but that he forgot to tell us. Who really wants to wash dishes on vacation after every meal each day? Three meals per day for three days makes for a lot of additional work, an unfortunate necessity, since the cabin only had a smattering of dishes and flatware. We asked for some financial consideration due to the dishwasher not working and he essentially shrugged off our request and said too bad. As for the coffee maker he did bring us a new one later that evening. We paid $145 plus an extra $60 per night because we had a total of three adults and three small children (all age 5 -- their website states small children are free though but apparently the owner\'s idea of small child is actually an infant). The rate of $200 plus per night was MUCH higher than other cabins we have stayed in the same area which were FAR better equipped and better managed. All in all the cabin served it\'s purpose but when considering the product we received we would have had a much nicer experience at other cabins in the area for an equal, if not lower, rate. I would say the quality of the cabin is FAR more inline with their base rate of $75/night when considering their lack of attention to detail (no soap, paper towels or toilet paper) and their brush-off customer service attitude. The area has a lot to offer for fun cabin experiences and it is my opinion Secluded Acres is not one of them.
Secluded Acres
1 out of 5   
Submitted by: on 2010-09-07 14:23:54
We stayed over Labor day weekend and was very disapointed in Secluded Acres. The map is very decesiving on how it really is. The traffic noise is so loud that I was unable to sleep. The site states that if you have water and electric the price is $25.00 yet he charged us 33.00 and refused to credit us back the difference. I had ask to please not charge my card that I woudl bring cash and he used it anyway. I will never stay here again. In business I feel that you should honor what is written in black and white on your site and he just would not honnor that or give anytype of refund for the fact that you are right on the road with all the semi truck.


Secluded Acres - Broken Bow, Oklahoma

2008-12-03