Private, quiet and secluded, this log cabin are restored pre-Civil War structures which were dismantled, moved from Virginia and rebuilt with modern conveniences.
Sarah’s cabin dates from about 1820. It sits adjoin to it's sister cabin, Aunt Babbie and share a stone terrace so that they are only steps apart for easy access.
Sarah’s cabin has a stunning floor-to-ceiling raised stone fireplace, dramatic lighting, antiques and comfortable rustic furnishings, tiled bath with glass shower and heated floor, and carefully appointed wet bar downstairs which includes microwave, toaster oven and small refrigerator (does not have a full kitchen). The open room upstairs has a stone fireplace and half bath and sleeps 8 in two huge log bunk beds (doubles on the bottom and singles on the top) and one king bed. Rocking chair porch with twig railings. TVs and ceiling fans throughout. Washer and dryer.
The cabin has plenty of firewood included and access to children’s swing set and the creek where children will spend many happy hours building dams and looking for salamanders.