The Adventure Seeker's Dream Cabin for Exploring Natural Beauties

The Adventure Seeker's Dream Cabin for Exploring Natural Beauties

This "Ravens Nest" tiny cabin, is absolutely perfect for the adventure seeker, that wants to stay in a place with a private setting for rest and relaxation. This cabin offers incredible views of the Smoky Mountains. The front covered porch on this tiny cabin is the perfect place to hang out and take in the views of the beautiful Smoky Mountain range, while staying in this adorable tiny log cabin. There are also some rocking chairs that sit on the covered porch, providing the best seats to enjoy the famous mountain scenery.

This tiny cabin has a hot tub with amazing views of the Smoky Mountains. Great hiking right from the door step with access to the Cherokee National Forest. There is also horseback riding is available at Ravens Nest. A guide is also available for an additional fee for hiking and much more. The interior amenities of this cute tiny cabin include one bedroom loft with a queen size bed. The interior of the tiny log cabin has a fridge and stove so you can make your own meals, along with a nice living space with electric wood stove for keeping warm on those cool nights and mornings. The exterior amenities of the cabin include a deck with breathtaking views of the Smokey Mountains, an open fire pit, grilling area with custom wood furniture. Firewood is included in the rental, with two bundles included per day and additional firewood bundles available for the price of $5 per bundle. Also include in your stay in this cute log cabin is fresh baked bread, goats milk and farm fresh eggs that the owner will deliver to your log cabin the first morning of your stay at the cabin.

The Smoky Mountains also known as the Great Smoky Mountains, are a mountain range that rises between the North Carolina and Tennessee border located in the Southeastern area of the United States. People also refer to this beautiful mountain range as the Smokies or the Great Smokies. This mountain range is also the home of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park which protects this precious mountain range, with over 9 million people visiting the park each year, it is said to be the most popular or visited park in the United States. This mountain area is called Smokey because of the natural fog that can be seen having over the mountain range, and looks like big plumes of smoke from far away.

Log homes and log cabins have been around for thousands of years. Which makes sense when you think of the original homesteaders having to build on their land and making do with the materials that are available wherever they are building. That is why you will find In areas such as Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Baltic States and Russia, that log home construction was the most popular building technique for many years. As these areas are known for having lots of tall and straight coniferous trees, like spruce and pine trees perfect to use in the building of a log home or log cabin. In areas of the world that have a warmer climate and deciduous trees are the trees that you will find, more timber framed homes would be built. That is why it is so nice to see original log homes from certain areas of the world, as they tell a lot about the sorts of natural materials you find in the area, from logs, stones used in fireplaces and floors, cob cottages that use mud, and sod or natural roofs. They are unique to the area they are built, and tell a story of the history of the place.

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