A secluded, on-the-farm, 1,000-square-foot rustic cabin with a modern kitchen. We offer solitude with no Internet or TV to bother you. Grandpa Isaac Newton Wright built this place originally in the 1940s by cutting down his trees and dragging them by horse to the home site.
The cabin is remodeled in a rustic decor, and includes an attic loft for additional sleeping space, multiple windows for viewing the landscape, and a private study to enjoy the solitude. Two-night minimum stay required. Call us to book directly and avoid online booking fees.