My husband and I recently spent a lovely two nights at the Tin Poppy... what a unique and fun experience! The owners have clearly put a great deal of thought into providing creature comforts in a setting that one can be as in touch with the natural world outdoors as one would like.
A very cool, perfectly refurbished mid 50's vintage camper cruiser, atop a sweet little hill in a remote location. Feels entirely private and infinitely peaceful. Incredible views far as the eyes can see; the surrounding forest glows in the rising sun. The camper is built into a grand high-ceilinged patio area (meshed in presumably for mosquito control in the summer months). All is artistically finished and woodwork/materials/craftsmanship admirable. There is a custom built wood fire sauna just outside the Tin Poppy which we used and really enjoyed.
**There is no running water during the winter months, which might be a deterrent for some. We decided to give it a try... and found the set up for heating water easy-peasy (plenty of water is provided... it merely doesn't come through the taps), and bathing in the warmth of the sauna a sweet taste of time gone by/life in a more natural environ. Maybe after a couple of days it might not seem as charming, but we weren't put off by it at all. Double sinks in the Poppy make it a snap to wash up with your warmed water after meals. Due to no running water, there is also no usable toilet facility indoors in the winter months. Makes for a chilly walk up a short path to the outhouse, however, a sweeter outhouse you'll never see (great view from inside too, while maintaining all privacy you need!). There were fresh cedar boughs lining the floor as a natural air freshener (which worked remarkably well!!), it was impeccably clean. Not nearly what springs to mind when you think of an outhouse.
** The road going in is a forest service road; labeled for four wheel drive only; we have a crossover all wheel drive and it handled this just fine.
-Sleeping arrangements: incredibly comfy memory foam bed, flannel sheets and fluffy comforter, two pristine terry robes, slippers, fresh towels.
Bottom line: if you're looking for typical 5 star accomodation you might be disappointed. If you frame it as a funky retro five star camping experience complete with every luxurious creature comfort imaginable, you'll be thrilled! We were. ;)