The cabin is part of a family retreat center which emphasizes family values. The Cabin is a converted tobacco grading shed at the entrance to an 80 acre farm bordering the extensive Berea College Forest. It is in the Pinnacles area of the Appalachian mountains where the mountains meet the Bluegrass.
Berea College maintains hiking trails on Indian Fort Mountain, including West Pinnacle and East Pinnacle. The farm includes a lake which was developed for flood control purposes and fishing is allowed for guests. Deer, geese and wild turkey are seen, as well as other birds and wildlife. The Cabin is easily accessible from Highway US 421, just across from Pilot Knob near Big Hill, KY and close to Berea and Richmond. Berea is the folk arts capital of Kentucky and many craft shops are nearby, as well as several craft fairs each year.
The Cabin is one large room and a bathroom with shower. It is set up for hikers or those who want a simple place to get away for a while or a base for exploring the area crafts and sites. It may be used for larger groups in conjunction with a larger guest house (VRBO 229369) No phone in cabin but available at retreat center. No TV. Some cell phones can get signals and some can't. Owner lives close on the same road for emergency service.
Queen size bed is very comfortable. The single bed is cot size (29 x 75) and also can serve for seating. The third bed is a convertible couch which makes a double bed. Ideal for a couple or family with one to three children. Basic kitchen supplies are provided. A/C and heat are included. A snug pleasant get-away.
The cabin is next to a large remodeled tobacco barn available for covered gatherings and activities. An outdoor campfire and picnic site is also provided. A new large guest house can add sleeping and gathering facilities for larger groups. See VRBO listing 229369.