Private, quiet and secluded, these two log cabins are restored pre-Civil War structures which were dismantled, moved from Virginia and rebuilt with modern conveniences. They may be rented separately or together.
Aunt Babbie’s cabin dates from about 1850 and Sarah’s cabin from about 1820. They adjoin each other and share a stone terrace so that they are only steps apart for easy access.
Massive 75-year-old boxwoods surround Aunt Babbie’s cabin for a sense of complete privacy. Downstairs, Aunt Babbie’s has rustic barn timber floors, walls and cabinets salvaged from a local camp’s 1950s barn; full kitchen; bath with shower; and living room with stone fireplace and T.V.. The sofa bed sleeps two. The charming upstairs room has a rustic hickory twig queen bed, antique youth bed, T.V. and a lovely little romantic fireplace.