The cabin is an early 1900s granite cabin set in the side of Mt Dunbar. It is one of the original cabins in Medicine Park from the time when the park was known as the Queen of the Southwest.  The nostalgia of the era is prevalent throughout the cabin and its landscaping. There is an original stone wood burning fireplace in the main upstairs living area, cedar beams and many antiques and memorabilia. The living area opens out to a full deck that has a scenic view of the falls on Gondola Dam, with Mt Scott in the background. The deck has tables and chairs for sitting around the chiminea on cool evenings while watching water fowl or just enjoying the scenery. There is also a complete kitchen with a range, microwave, and refrigerator. A half bath connects to the living area. This is convenient if there are quests using the futon that makes into a full sized bed.
          The primary sleeping area is downstairs and has a queen sized bed with a headboard made of an antique wagon wheel wrapped in hand forged rose and grape vines. The master bath has a shower, and an eagle's claw tub that is great for just laying and soaking. Just off the master bath is a dressing area with an antique dresser and mirrors. The grounds around the cabin are landscaped with leisure gardens complete with tables and chairs.
          The cabin is located conveniently at the edge of town within walking distance of the main part of town, restaurants,and shops. Just across from the cabin is a scenic sidewalk that winds along Medicine Creek past the falls by the dam into town. The cabin is a preserved remnant of times gone by. It is sure to sooth and settle the spirit of all.