The property has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, and can sleep eight people (it can accommodate 16, but eight of them will have to bring their own sleeping mats). There’s a state-of-the-art kitchen and multiple living areas with lofts and balconies. The master suite has a round queen bed and a spa-like private bathroom, all within the natural cavernous surroundings. A natural waterfall flows right through the living room, and out front beside the deck to create a pool.
The cavern sits on a private 260-acre resort where you hike, canoe, go horseback riding and catch-and-release fishing in peace and quiet.
Current owner Rayne Davidson told Lonely Planet that guests are “blown away and stand there staring, open-mouthed in awe. I love watching their faces as they step in the first time.”
Unsurprisingly, rent doesn’t come cheap, with rates starting at $1,200 per night.
H/T: Lonely Planet