This spacious 1100 sq. ft one-bedroom cabin features a large living room, dining room and kitchen , private sitting room and patio, in-room double spa tub and bathroom with shower. Rustic log furniture, stained glass windows, Persian rugs, canopied framed bed, private river access and log cabin construction make this property an ideal retreat for honeymoons, anniversaries or romantic getaways. Unit offers one king size bed and one queen size bed.
This beautiful cabin is also in an historic location. In 1849, on this site, James Savage built a store made of logs. It supported gold miners who explored the Merced River. For his protection from and to gain influence with local tribes, Savage married several Indian women. After Savage died, one of his Indian widows guided John Hite, a poor prospector, up the South Fork of the Merced to find gold that made Hite a millionaire.
Come enjoy our million dollar views from this historic cabin.