I am SO incredibly excited to share this post and these photos with you guys, because this was one of the best weekends EVER. Last weekend, we headed north and spent the weekend at The 1975 Luxury Cabin in Pinetop (for Deuce’s birthday). It was about a 3 hour drive from Gilbert, where we live. First of all, the drive was gorgeous. We drove through Globe and every view from the car was scenic and just beautiful. We stopped several times to admire the mountains and red rocks. But that scenery had nothing on what came next.
When we first arrived to The 1975 Cabin, we were in awe. The A-frame cabin sits in the mountains amidst trees. As you walk on to the property, there’s a wrap around deck, a fire pit, an outdoor table and BBQ. The entire front of the cabin is covered in windows and the natural light seeps through every corner of the house (and has black out curtains for nighttime).
The kitchen is literally my dream kitchen. It’s stocked with every pot or pan or utensil you could possibly need, plus basic cooking supplies and spices. Plates, cups, coffee, they’ve got you covered. In the freezer, they have brown sugar chocolate chip cookie dough waiting for you.
The bedrooms (3 total, which sleep 13 people) were dreamy. I want the triple bunks in my home now, too. Every bed was soft and comfortable and felt like home (but better). The master bathroom had a walk-in shower with two shower heads and a soaker tub with bath salts. Above the master bed, there’s fairy lights which make it all the more dreamy.
In addition to all of that, they have games, a high chair, extra blankets, blow dryers in every bathroom…
You guys, every freaking inch of this cabin was thought out meticulously. There’s intention behind every detail and it’s magical. You can see the renovation process on the cabin’s Instagram page (which makes the end result that much more magical).
We are already planning our next visit. I am sooo grateful that I came across this cabin on Instagram and we decided to go! Deuce had the best birthday ever and we all had a freaking amazing time.