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The Cabins


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The Cabins


The Appalachian mountains in the background

The Appalachian mountains in the background

Words can hardly do justice to the beauty of the cabins or the views and peaceful serenity of their surroundings.

 -The Loafer

Unlike most bed and breakfasts, privacy abounds, and most guests say they come for the peace and quiet.

 - Charlotte Deskins, Majestic Southwest Virginia

In 1995, we built two handhewn cedar log cabins to accommodate long distance diners. The small cabin is 600 square feet, and features one master bedroom in the loft, a sitting room, and a bathroom. The large cabin is 1100 square feet, and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a spacious living room. Both cabins have stone fireplaces, hot tubs, air conditioning, and satellite television.

During the day, you can go fishing on the Clinch River, lounge on the sandstone patio around the pool,  or go hiking in the hills. In the evening, you can walk to the restaurant for dinner. A scrumptious breakfast is delivered and served on your porch the next morning.

There is no internet and no telephone, only rocking chairs and chaise lounges. A great place to unwind and be disconnected.

Rates are $145 for the small cabin and $175 for the large cabin for 2 people per night, with full breakfasts included. Each additional guest is $30 per night. Discounted rates are available for longer stays.

The small cabin, perfect for two.

The small cabin, perfect for two.

Pool built into the side of the mountain, just for the two cabins.

Pool built into the side of the mountain, just for the two cabins.

Looking toward the restaurant from the cabins at night. Photo by Bob Brown.

Looking toward the restaurant from the cabins at night. Photo by Bob Brown.