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High Horse Lodge, with screen porch across front.

High Horse Lodge, with screen porch across front. Flowers surround the entry with locust wood railings . Front porch with willow chairs and antique saw blade table top. View from the porch of the mountains beyond Lake Weiss in Alabama. Living room with antler chandelier, rock fireplace and fresh flower bouquet Iron Age Crafters "Wild Horses" chandelier Working kitchen in High Horse Lodge Stairs with mountain laurel pickets and antique hitching post First floor bedroom with canopy bed and down winter linens Loft bedroom with oak marquetry bed and down linens 1st floor bath with mexican hand painted sinks and monogrammed linen. The pond on the grounds of High Horse with trail riders. Children wading the creeks along the trails of High Horse Lodge One of several waterfalls on the trails. This on was home to a still in the 50's Hikers on part of the miles of trails on the High Horse property. Visitors to High Horse Lodge feeding the bottle baby kids at the barn.

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  • Minimum stay:2 nights
  • Internet:Yes
  • Pets considered:No
  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Cloudland lodge description

We welcome you to an incredible lodge in a wilderness setting, to a vast web of hiking trails for those who want to ride, hike, cross creeks, fish, wade and picnic at a waterfall; to a working (to say the least) organic farm where you can pat a goat, take fresh yard eggs from a chicken nesting box, meet Arabian horses, discuss the weather with a 150 lb. pet hog, and pick a tomato from a vine in season.

Located on a large private tract, the lodge is completely private with only the sounds of strutting turkey, squaking green herons, bob whites, song birds and the snorts of white tail deer. However, it is located 5 1/4 miles from restaurants and shopping in historic Mentone, Al. and a short drive to state parks, a huge federal wildlife management area, and a federal historic preserve.

While some may want to relax in a rocking chair on the porch or swing in the hammock, others can take part in days of activities without leaving the property. Maps throught the property identify several water fall locations, wading areas of the creeks, rock overhangs that were Indian shelters for 2000 years, and hand worked coal mines active the turn of the 20th century. Pick up one of the cane poles to fish for bream and bass. Hike through azalea trails, ride a mountain bike across the ridges, or climb the bluff rocks onsite. A 13 acre hay field makes a world class place to fly a kite (and Lookout Mountain often sports a breeze) and you can throw a horse shoe while cooking at the grill.

The surrounding organic farm offers an introduction to a herd of fainting goats. About 50 myotonic does (females) give birth to about 60 kids each spring. You are invited to put them into the barn at sunset, meet the 'chamber of commerce' goat, hold a baby kid, and shake hands with a livestock guard dog.

Come visit a flock of 20 Golden Nugget laying hens who live in a free range pasture environment. You are also invited to close the door to their 'chicken tractor', a portable safe house for their nighttime comfort, and to remove the big fresh brown eggs from the nesting boxes. A side trip to the pen of 'Decorator Chickens' will introduce you to fancy chickens with afro hair dos, feathered feet, hippy outfits.

At dusk or dawn, visitors can often see deer and turkey in the drive, and song birds on the feeder. Just before sunset, the coyotes sing an awesome chorus, joined by owls, whipporwills and night herons. You can see the milky way and constellations in a clear, unadulterated sky.

High Horse Lodge was built with the help of talented local artisans who incorporated native materials into the lodge. Beginning at the cedar support posts, the guests can grab the hitching post to climb the stairs for a twenty five mile view to the south, over the gulf (hills and valleys) of Lookout Mountain. The lodge interior is post and beam construction with rough cut timbers. Stairs are made from half logs of a Virginia pine, and railed with mountain laurel from the creek side. Furnishings are almost exclusively handcrafted: oak poster bed with walnut and oak marquetry, dining table with wide planks salvaged from a 200 year old oak tree that fell in ante bellum Mountain Cove Farms, coffee table top of cypress from a log that had been underwater in the Altamaha River for several hundred years, sofas of local yellow pine crafted in the Arts and Crafts tradition, willow porch furniture, and a porch dining table crafted from a 48' saw mill blade. The interior doors are hand made of pine with black colonial style hand crafted hardware.

A stunning chandelier by Iron Age Crafters, Inc. hangs from the cathedral ceiling, stampeding horse silhouettes in iron. Over the dining table is an antler chandelier constructed from sheds brought in by the livestock guard dogs. Other lighting includes a song bird chandelier in the Pine Bedroom and wall sconces in the stair area and entry. An antique coach lamps lights the mantle, while a ceramic planter lights the porch table.

Wall art is either original or antique. Front row center is a race horse painting by Ginger Lowry of Mentone. Other framed pieces includes a Persian miniature depicting Arabian horses in a thirteenth century battle, and an old lithograph of a German cavalry officer blowing taps. A casting of the Pharaoh's horses is framed in barn wood. Currier and Ives prints, an Egyptian papyrus painting, a large San Blas indian mola, and a Japanese etching round out the tribal and classical art selections.

While the environment is natural, the furnishings are luxurious. Monogrammed towels and sheets; down pillows, mattress toppers, and comforters; designer tableware, hand quilted place mats with seasonable cloth napkins; Mexican hand painted sinks and tile borders for the tiled baths; and a first class kitchen are part of the ambiance. A Pawley's Island hammock hangs in the shade, while a Texas style horse tie rack is available for steeds.

Because of the location of High Horse near the owners' farm, organic vegetables, yard eggs, and fresh flowers are seasonal fare at High Horse.


Keywords: cabin, mountain home,weekend rental, getaway, retreat, reunions, girls getaway, adventure, family, kid friendly, sightseeing,meetings,corporate meeting, romantic, lodge, mountain view, horse motel, equine destination, vacation rental, private, secluded, luxury retreat, ,mountain view, family vacation

Property Type

  • Lodge
  • 2 story

Accommodation Type

      • Vacation Rental

      Meals

          • Guests Provide Their Own Meals

          Suitability

          • Pets Not Allowed:

            We have livestock guard dogs which protect the goats and would not be friendly to visiting pets, although they love people.. Exceptions to 'no pet' rule on occasion....moreless

          • Children Welcome:

            If you want a place where children can spend the day outside (and not in front of the tv), this is it. ...moreless

          • Non Smoking Only

          Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, Beds for 6-7

          • Oak bedroom in the loft: 1 queen

            Queen poster bed; two end tables with reading lamps; balcony...moreless

          • Bedroom with twin beds: 2 twin/ single

            Twin beds; private balcony with garden bench....moreless

          • Master Bedroom downstaiars: 1 queen

            Canopy queen bed; private balcony with garden bench; ...moreless

          • Queen size Beds (1) Master bedroom with hand crafted queen canopy bed. Loft with handcrafted oak marquetry queen bed., Twin or Single Beds (1) Hand crafted pine poster beds, Baby Cribs (1) Both crib and portacrib with linens available to guests with babies and toddlers. High chair available too....moreless

          Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms

          • Downstairs Bathroom : toilet, combination tub/shower

            Large bath; tiled floor and shower; handmade Mexican sinks...moreless

          • Upstairs Bathroom : toilet, combination tub/shower

            Large, tiled floor and shower; barnwood vanity...moreless

          • Both baths are spacious, with monogrammed towels, antique mirrors, tile floors and shower areas, and handcrafted Mexican tile details. ...moreless

          Kitchen & Dining

          • Cooking Utensils:

            Stainless cookware, Crock pot, waffle maker, blender, food processer, hand mixer, ice cream maker, electric coffee maker, toaster, and all the tools required to make a four course dinner for six. ...moreless

          • Dining:

            The antique dining table is made from oak boards sawed from a two hundred year old tree. It seats six, with fresh flowers, cloth napkins handmade napkin rings, and hand quilted mats....moreless

          • Pantry Items:

            Large pantry to hold spices, paper and plastic ware, cooking utensils and nearly any cooking staples you need, such as spices, Pam, cooking oil, etc....moreless

          • Dishes & Utensils:

            Terence Conran Spode tableware; Fiesta servingware. Cloth napkins with hand made napkin rings. ...moreless

          • Kitchen:

            Beamed ceiling and hickory flooriing, with tile counters, and hand made cabinet hardware. ...moreless

          • Stove:

            Ceramic top stove top and large oven. ...moreless

          • Refrigerator:

            Douoble door refrigerator/freezer...moreless

          • Dining Area Seats:

            6...moreless

          • Microwave
          • Dishwasher
          • Coffee Maker
          • Child's Highchair
          • Ice Maker
          • Toaster

          Amenities

          • Linens Provided:

            The finest in linens: monogrammed bath and bed linens, down comforts and featherbeds, Peacock Alley sheets....moreless

          • Wood Fireplace:

            Rock fireplace made from Lookout Mountain stone. Hand forged fireplace equipment....moreless

          • Living Room seats 6:

            All handmade furnishings, including two Arts and Crafts style pine sofas; tv...moreless

          • Towels Provided:

            Very nice monogrammed towels...moreless

          • Fireplace:

            Living room fireplace...moreless

          • Air Conditioning
          • Clothes Dryer
          • Parking
          • Heating
          • Washing Machine
          • Hair Dryer
          • Iron & Board
          • Parking Off Street
          • Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer

          Other Amenities

              • High Horse Lodge is a place where visitors can be entertained for days without leaving the site. Walk, ride bicycles, or ride your own horses through more than 5 miles of wide, well kept trails. Fish from bream and bass in the pond. Wade the creeks in warm weather. Fly a kite in the 13 acre field (usually a breeze on the mountain). Play horse shoes. Visit the adjacent farm to meet the herd of 50 goats, 4 Arabian horses, two old pot belly pigs (enormous), a flock of Golden Nugget laying chickens and a 'chicken zoo' of ornamental chickens. During the season, you can sample a home grown tomato, or a jalapeno pepper from the gardens. Three federal and state parks are within minutes of High Horse Lodge....moreless

              Entertainment

              • Toys:

                Both boxed and handmade puzzles, wooden puzzles; Mentoneopoly, Clue, Dominoes, checkers, Operation, and more. A whole chest of games....moreless

              • Games:

                A chest full of games for both adults and children. ...moreless

              • Books:

                A fantastic children's and grown up library. ...moreless

              • Video Library:

                Movies for children and classics for adults...moreless

              • Satellite / Cable
              • CD Player
              • VCR

              Communications

              • Free Long Distance
              • Telephone
              • Internet
              • Wireless Internet

              Outdoor Features

              • Porch / Veranda:

                Screen porch the length of the house features handmade willow chairs and a table for four, plus a hand carved coffee table. Great view for 25 miles....moreless

              • Lawn / Garden:

                Not a lawn, but carefully planned and planted native plant areas with oakleaf hydrangeas, native azaleas, wildflowers, etc. ...moreless

              • Balcony:

                Each bedroom and loft has a small balcony with locust post railing, garden bench and planting. ...moreless

              • Ski & Snowboard:

                Ski nearby at Cloudmont Ski Resort, the southernmost slopes in the US....moreless

              • Outdoor Grill:

                Weber, with charcoal lighter and tile preparation table...moreless

              • Kayak / Canoe:

                Old canoe and kayak at the pond...moreless

              Theme

              • Romantic
              • Sports & Activities
              • Adventure
              • Away From It All
              • Family

              Location & View

              • Mountain View:

                Fatastic view across the gulf of Lookout Mountain for 25 miles to the mountains around Lake Weiss. Total wilderness view without houses or roads. ...moreless

              • Village:

                5 1/4 miles from Mentone, Alabama, the mountain resort town since 1884. Several 5 star restaurants, antiques, art galleries....moreless

              • Rural:

                No sounds of automobiles or traffic in this wilderness area. Listen for wildlife and see the clear night sky. ...moreless

              Car

                  • Recommended

                  Activities

                  • Tennis
                  • Cycling
                  • Mountain Biking
                  • Kayaking
                  • Fishing
                  • Snowboarding
                  • Skiing
                  • Rock Climbing
                  • Golf
                  • Spelunking
                  • Mountain Climbing
                  • Golf Privileges Optional
                  • Water Tubing
                  • Mountaineering
                  • Freshwater Fishing
                  • Hiking
                  • Parasailing
                  • Equestrian Events
                  • Swimming
                  • Eco Tourism
                  • Bird Watching
                  • Walking
                  • Scenic Drives
                  • Library
                  • Restaurants
                  • Cinemas
                  • Churches
                  • Museums
                  • Sight Seeing
                  • ATM/Bank
                  • Horseback Riding
                  • Massage Therapist
                  • Groceries
                  • Antiquing
                  • Shopping
                  • Sledding
                  • Wildlife Viewing
                  • Horseshoes

                  Other Activities

                      • Cavers and rappellers and hang gliders come from all over the US to Lookout Mountain, nearby Mentone hosts the southernmost ski slope in the US, the Little River, which begins and crosses atop the mountain is one of the cleanest rivers in the US, flora and fauna abound and The Pocket Park is nationally known for wildflowers, The Mentone Area Arts Council has monthly exhibits and classes and shows in nearby Mentone. There are three fantastic parks closeby: Cloudland State Park, DeSoto State Park, and Little River Canyon. In addition is the nearby Zahn tract with rock climbing, Crockford/Pigeon Mountain Wildlife area with 43 miles of hiking/horse trains and the Pocket Wildlife area, McLemore Cove with pre civil war house and farm, Sequoya Caverns, etc....moreless
                       

                      Reviews

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                      • Spring Break Fun!

                        Spring Break Fun!

                        • Guest James J.
                        • Date of stay 04/06/14
                        • Review Submitted 04/12/14
                        Our family had a very enjoyable stay at HHL. Six days were not nearly enough to explore the "farm" nor the surrounding area. Steve and Harriet were excellent guests and were available at a moments notice. We'll be back soon to continue our Cloudland adventure!

                        Recommended for: Age 55+, families with young children, sightseeing, tourists without a car, adventure seekers.

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                      • High Horse Lodge is Outstanding Family Friendly Vacation

                        High Horse Lodge is Outstanding Family Friendly Vacation

                        • Guest Wen
                        • Date of stay 04/04/14
                        • Review Submitted 04/09/14
                        My family of seven recently stayed at HHL for three days, everyone loved the very clean accomodations, the nature trails, and the location near Mentone. Just as importantly, Steve and Harriet could not have been more accomodating - fresh eggs in your frig from their laying hens, tour of their farm, holding the cutest baby goats you will ever see, fishing in their pond, etc. The entire experience was wonderful, you will not be disapointed by the accomodations or the warm hospitality of the owners. We will return.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

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                      • Everything we've been looking for... and more!!

                        Everything we've been looking for... and more!!

                        • Guest Jason S.
                        • Date of stay 03/24/14
                        • Review Submitted 03/31/14
                        We have been searching for the "perfect" mountain getaway for quite some time and we found it in the High Horse Lodge! We have 3 kids - 2, 4, and 7 - and we all had the time of our lives! We loved the lodge - the layout (master bed downstairs with the kids upstairs), the decor, and the craftmanship. Our favorite part was the hiking trails. We hiked for several hours exploring the property (waterfalls, Indian hideouts, massive boulders, and so much more). The highlight of each day was meeting Harriet and Steve in the evening to put the goats in the barn and gather eggs for breakfast. The location was perfect - we went to the children's museam in Chattanoga, Tigers for Tomorrow and Cherokee Rock Village near Collinsville, horseback riding at Shady Grove Dude Ranch, downtown Mentone, etc. At the end of the trip we were already looking at the reservation calendar to book another trip. We can't wait to go back!

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, girls getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

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                      • High Horse Lodge is truly something special!

                        High Horse Lodge is truly something special!

                        • Guest Lynn
                        • Date of stay 03/28/14
                        • Review Submitted 03/31/14
                        We had such a wonderful time at High Horse Lodge. Steve and Harriet were so hospitable and we loved all the animals. We enjoyed visiting the goats, fishing and hiking! We are already planning a trip back!

                        Recommended for: Families with young children.

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                      • Family Fun!

                        Family Fun!

                        • Guest Big papa
                        • Date of stay 03/14/14
                        • Review Submitted 03/20/14
                        Our family of 7 thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the High Horse Lodge. The cabin was beautiful and stocked with all the necessaries plus extras. Our children loved visiting with the farm animals, and the trails were well marked and a fun activity. The owners were very welcoming and embodied southern charm. We would definitely recommend staying at the HHL.

                        Recommended for: Families with young children.

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                      • Top of the world in Alabama

                        Top of the world in Alabama

                        • Guest Peter M. (Dunwoody)
                        • Date of stay 01/18/14
                        • Review Submitted 01/23/14
                        Ok for starters it is not the highest point but it is so nice, who cares. The kitchen is more than good enough. The architect and decorations were really done well. The property is outstanding! Assuming you like to be on 500+ acres and you value incredible views and you like to walk in an incredible forest. Verizon has very little coverage and that turns into a plus if you want to escape. The Wifi works great. The property owners are extremely nice people. I could liver here. But not everyone thinks like me.

                        Recommended for: Age 55+, families with young children, adventure seekers.

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                      • Beautiful Property

                        Beautiful Property

                        • Guest Hugh (Birmingham AL)
                        • Date of stay 01/03/14
                        • Review Submitted 01/07/14
                        The cabin is beautiful and surely will not disappoint. It was just two of us; however, there is plenty of room for 7. There is complete privacy and the most sought after peace and quietness! Harriett and Steve are some nice genuine people, who are very knowledgeable of the area. We had a great time just walking the well marked trails on the property. The property was beautiful with all the running streams and falls. The star gazing was spectacular! Be sure to go see the goats and chickens.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, girls getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

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                      • Fall visit

                        Fall visit

                        • Guest Intaglio (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
                        • Date of stay 10/28/13
                        • Review Submitted 11/16/13
                        We were at High Horse at the end of October and the leaves were beautiful. The lodge is a great place to stay with many artistic and orginal features. It is clean and comfortable will all the comforts anyone could want. The hosts were great and gave us interesting information about the trails and surrounding areas with great scenery. We really enjoyed walking the trails on the farm and just sitting on the porch relaxing. This was our second visit but hopefully not our last.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, girls getaway, families with young children, romantic getaway.

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                      • Wonderful!

                        Wonderful!

                        • Guest Abby R.
                        • Date of stay 11/08/13
                        • Review Submitted 11/15/13
                        We had a wonderful stay at the High Horse Lodge. The highlight of the trip for my little one was putting the animals to bed and collecting eggs. The kitchen is well appointed and the beds are comfy!

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                      • Best fall vacation ever...we will be back!

                        Best fall vacation ever...we will be back!

                        • Guest Denise B.
                        • Date of stay 10/11/13
                        • Review Submitted 10/18/13
                        If you love Gatlinburg, stay in town and enjoy the shops and restaurants. If you want to leave the tourists behind, spend some time at High Horse Lodge where you can unplug, unwind and recharge. My husband and I and our two teenagers just spent a glorious 4 days there and fell in love with the people and the land between Mentone, Alabama and Cloudland, Georgia. Our family has travelled together for the past 15 years -- usually choosing a vrbo.com listing for accommodations. We have met some lovely, interesting people all over the U.S. and made great memories along the way. But we have NEVER had any hosts so charming, fascinating, welcoming and gracious as Steve and Harriet. They are artists with a deep knowledge of history, biology, geology, landscaping, woodworking, construction, archeology, animal husbandry, eco-farming and I'm sure dozens of other topics we just didn't get around to discussing. High Horse Lodge was immaculate and stocked with the best of everything. There was no kitchen utensil or condiment lacking. Comfy beds, cozy cottage, detailed instructions and the Best Screened Porch Ever. Oh, and the hammock....heaven. I dont want to spoil all the surprises of this AAA vacation rental. Just email now and book your stay. I guarantee you will discover your own reasons to fall in love with High Horse Lodge.

                        Recommended for: Families with teenagers, age 55+, girls getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, romantic getaway, adventure seekers.

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                      Rental basis: Per property
                      Dates Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
                      My Standard Rate
                      2 night min stay
                      $160
                      $1,000

                      Rates are based on 2 guests; add $5 per night, per additional guest


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                      • Tax Rate 7%

                      Notes:

                      Rate is $160 per night, plus $5 additional per person per night, INCLUDING children. The automatic calculator for vrbo is not currently accounting for children, so I will have to edit the rates after you receive them to account for the additional $5 per night per person INCLUDING CHILDREN. The website technicians are working on the problem and hope to solve it early in 2014.

                      Thank you, Harriet


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                      Last updated: 04/19/2014
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                      Location

                      • Nearest Airport: Chattanooga Lovell Field at 40 Miles
                      • Nearest Train: Chattanooga, Tn at 45 Miles
                      • Nearest Motorway: Ga. Hwy 157 - at 1 Miles
                      • Nearest Barpub: Ft. Payne, Al at 15 Miles
                      • Nearest Ski: Cloudmont, southernmost ski resort in US at 10 Miles
                      • Nearest Golf: Cloudmont, Canyon Ridge at 10 Miles
                      • Nearest Restaurant: 5 five star restaurants, Mentone, Al at 5 Miles
                       

                      Owner info

                      Year Purchased: 2010

                      About the owner: The High Horse Lodge project is the culmination of many years of vocations and avocations of us,Steve and Harriet. With a history in landscaping and growing flowers in the the wholesale nursery business, in designing and manufacturing silhouette lighting and furnishings, and in remodeling, we combined our experience to create High Horse Lodge on our wilderness property. With horses as a part of our lives, we made trails along the pristine creeks, through groves of fringe trees, along the rock overhangs where Indians lived for two thousand years, over the wildflower meadows, and through the dense old growth forests. We hope guests enjoy the environment that has been so dear to us.

                      Why the Owner Chose Cloudland:
                      We did not buy, but created a guest facility that is an art work in itself, where visitors can share the incredible surroundings that we have relished over the years. We built High Horse Lodge to blend into the environment while providing every luxury for guests.

                      The Unique Benefits at this Lodge:
                      The land itself is the main benefit, with the view of the distant ridges and mountains, the trails and and incredible array of wildlife, both plant and animal. The miles of paths open the creeks and forests to the guests who can ride or hike, or just admire. The lodge was built by talented craftsmen who brought stone, wood, art and metal together for a wondrous venue. While the lodge is completely private, it is 5 miles from the restaurants and shopping in Mentone, Alabama, and close to Crockford/Pigeon Mtn. Wildlife areas, Cloudland Canyon, DeSoto State Park, and Little River Canyon.


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                      Photos

                      • High Horse Lodge, with screen porch across front.

                        High Horse Lodge, with screen porch across front.

                      • Front porch with willow chairs and antique saw blade table top.

                        Front porch with willow chairs and antique saw blade table top.

                      • Living room with antler chandelier, rock fireplace and fresh flower bouquet

                        Living room with antler chandelier, rock fireplace and fresh flower bouquet

                      • Working kitchen in High Horse Lodge

                        Working kitchen in High Horse Lodge

                      • First floor bedroom with canopy bed and down winter linens

                        First floor bedroom with canopy bed and down winter linens

                      • 1st floor bath with mexican hand painted sinks and monogrammed linen.

                        1st floor bath with mexican hand painted sinks and monogrammed linen.

                      • Children wading the creeks along the trails of High Horse Lodge

                        Children wading the creeks along the trails of High Horse Lodge

                      • Hikers on part of the miles of trails on the High Horse property.

                        Hikers on part of the miles of trails on the High Horse property.

                      • Flowers surround the entry with locust wood railings .

                        Flowers surround the entry with locust wood railings .

                      • View from the porch of the mountains beyond Lake Weiss in Alabama.

                        View from the porch of the mountains beyond Lake Weiss in Alabama.

                      • Iron Age Crafters "Wild Horses" chandelier

                        Iron Age Crafters "Wild Horses" chandelier

                      • Stairs with mountain laurel pickets and antique hitching post

                        Stairs with mountain laurel pickets and antique hitching post

                      • Loft bedroom with oak marquetry bed and down linens

                        Loft bedroom with oak marquetry bed and down linens

                      • The pond on the grounds of High Horse with trail riders.

                        The pond on the grounds of High Horse with trail riders.

                      • One of several waterfalls on the trails. This on was home to a still in the 50's

                        One of several waterfalls on the trails. This on was home to a still in the 50's

                      • Visitors to High Horse Lodge feeding the bottle baby kids at the barn.

                        Visitors to High Horse Lodge feeding the bottle baby kids at the barn.

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                      This listing was first published here in 2012.

                      Date last modified - Thursday, March 13, 2014

                      $160 per night (USD)
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                      3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom
                      Sleeps 7

                      View calendar: Updated 04/19/14
                      Minimum stay: 2 nights
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