Selma’s Cabin B&B
The cabin is the first one built at Pinecroft by Arthur “Art” Caverly in 1934. He built it so that his wife, Selma might enjoy her Sunday afternoons reading in the beautiful, peaceful surroundings of the cabin. We too felt that this might be the perfect spot to share with visitors the beauty of Pinecroft, and the idea of a bed and breakfast was born. We hope that people will enjoy it as a spot to relax and reflect. Selma’s Cabin has been renovated to provide 2 guest rooms separated by a living room. The west guest room “Selma’s Studio”is named for Arthur & Selma Caverly’s daughter Selma, who with her husband Jimmie Clennell started the pottery, and gave Pinecroft its name. The east room, “Art’s Retreat” is
named for Arthur Caverly, who had the vision and foresight to create the serenity of Pinecroft by planting the trees, dredging the pond and building the cabin. The living room is known as “Dave’s Den” in memory of David Caverly, Art’s son, who helped to build the cabins and provide encouragement and guidance for his family to carry on the spirit and tradition of Pinecroft.
Selma’s Cabin is an ideal retreat for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Each guest room has its own ensuite bath, coffee maker, deck and entrance separated by a central living room with a view of the pond. The living room has a field stone fireplace that burns fire logs and Netflix for relaxing as well as a bar fridge and microwave. There are no cooking facilities in the cabin as we serve breakfast in the main restaurant every morning to our guests between 9am and 10am. The cabin has two rates for renting depending on how many guest rooms are required.
One Guest Room $150.00 per night
Two Guest Rooms $210.00 per night
Check in is 3pm and check out is 11am
Arrangements can be made to accommodate most check in and out times