This historic cabin with a loft is in a secluded setting overlooking open pastures and mountains in Clayton, Georgia and can sleep four. Guests will gain entry to the property through a covered bridge. There is more to this cabin than meets the eye. Guests are sure to be amazed by the open and spacious layout. Vaulted ceilings and plenty of windows give an expansive and bright feel to the space. Most impressive is the spiral staircase leading the way to the loft. The interior is entirely clad in wood giving it that true, rustic cabin feel. The renovation of the cabin was just completed in 2018.
The living room has plenty of comfortable seating and a flat-screen TV. A gas fireplace offers cozy warmth on colder days. The kitchen comes equipped with a stainless steel refrigerator, stove, oven, and microwave. Morning coffee or tea are made easy with the coffee maker and stove-top kettle. A small, center island doubles as seating for four and would make the perfect meeting place for a pre-dinner drink and an aperitif. Once dinner is ready, guests can make their way to the round wooden dining table to enjoy a delicious cooked home-made meal and perhaps linger over a glass of wine or two.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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This little cabin was a perfect, peaceful spot for an overnight during a long drive from North Carolina to Florida. Driving through the covered bridge feels like passing through a portal into a simpler time, yet the cabin is fully stocked with modern amenities and brand-new finishes. When I arrived, I found the smart tv tuned to a station broadcasting the sight and sounds of a crackling fireplace. While I could've started an actual fire in the gas fireplace below, just having the sound playing made the atmosphere feel entirely cozy. There are plenty of comfortable hang-out spots, though I was partial to the large leather couch. My favorite part of the stay, though, was falling asleep to the sound of rain on the metal roof over the ground-floor bedroom - hypnotic!