The Ajloun Forest Reserve covers 13 square kilometres and the cabins are set amidst forests of oak, pine and wild pistachio. The 13 cabins each comprise a suite with bedroom, bathroom and lounge area along with a terrace for relaxing and taking in the peace and quiet. The cabins are wooden and whilst basic are cosy, traditional and comfortable with large windows providing plenty of light as well as views over the forest.
Meals are taken in the small restaurant or on the terrace where barbecues take place. The food is traditional Jordanian cuisine with local dishes and their own blend of tea.
A small shop sells handicrafts made in the various RSCN co-operatives and the small office provide guides for walking in the area, walks vary from a mile or two in the forest to full-day treks across the reserve.