The Crystal Cabin is located at the Arkansas House resort, two blocks from the town square on scenic Highway 7, in the quaint mountain village of Jasper. It is built over Jasper Creek, which flows into the Little Buffalo River only about 200 feet from the cabin. It was constructed with hand-picked rock blocks that contain extraordinary stones and quartz crystal taken from the river by the children of Jasper 50 years ago.
It features a cathedral ceiling which overlooks magnificent wildlife art from the area. Trimmed in natural cedar, it can sleep 7 and has a queen and full size bed as well as three single beds. It also has two restrooms, a private bedroom, a comfortable sitting area, dining table, a serving bar with four stools, a kitchen, and a card and game table. It is conveniently located near the cross section of Highways 7 and 74, the crossroads of the Upper Buffalo National River park, and 15 minutes from the valley of the Elk between Boxley and Ponca. You will be staying in one of Arkansas' first solar powered cabins.
$150 a night on Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays for up to 4 guests, $125 during the week. $15 per night for each additional guest above four---up to seven total guests. We do one-night rentals. There is a one-time $50 charge for pet clean-up.