Do you want to truly disconnect and relax? If so, this is the place for you. The cabin overlooks part of the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, and it sits on the edge of a bluff which has great 180 degree unobstructed views of the mountains and valley below. It has activities such as a basketball court, tennis court, and hiking. You’ll love this cabin because of the coziness and how rustic it is. Great for couples, solo adventurers, families (children 2 years or older), and medium size groups.
The wood on the main part of this cabin comes from an old farm house that was built in the 1800's an hour away from Beersheba Springs, torn down, and reassembled at its current location. You can even see old spray paint from when our family marked the logs to reassemble them like a large puzzle.
The two large porches provide a wonderful outdoor living space that helps you soak in that 180 degree view of the mountains and valley below. There is even a couch swing so you can take a nap or enjoy the view with several of your closest friends or family.
There is a working wood burning fire place that helps add even more charm to your stay.
Outside of the basketball and tennis courts there is a game and puzzle closet to keep you busy on those cold and rainy days. There is also a life size jenga as well as a cornhole set located in the downstairs suite.
This cabin has everything you need to truly relax and spend quality time with your closest friends and family.
Disponible para huéspedes
Entire house and 12 acres of property.
Atención a los huéspedes
There is a guest book that will give you many friendly suggestions on places and sites to visit.
Otros aspectos destacables
Please note that this is a rustic cabin. In the cooler months we suggest having the fire going to keep the main room warm and making use of the space heaters in each bathroom and bedroom.
When using the fireplace, please put the screen up if you will be out of the room for any length of time in order to prevent fires.
During the warm months we suggest leaving some of the doors and windows open for the cool breeze coming off the mountain to help cool you down. Fans also help as well as HVAC units that are located in every bedroom. It is best to only turn on the HVAC units right before you go to bed so they do not overheat during the day when you are not using the room.
Love spending time with friends and family. Hobbies include hiking, riding ATVs, skeet shooting, and hunting.