An original Log cabin adjacent to the Museum of Appalachia in Norris Tenn
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 28
Minimum 3-day vacancy between guest stays
Enhanced cleaning practices
Cleaned with disinfectant
Robert and Robin Sain
About Robert and Robin Sain
Bob and Robin Sain are the owners of the Cabin along with their dogs, cats, birds, and horses. As ‘custodians’ of the Harned cabin we are dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the cabin by minimizing the impact of providing conveniences of modern living for our guests. As we restored the cabin we took steps to ensure the original structural integrity of the cabin was retained as much as we could and still comply with local building codes.
Robert and Robin Sain purchased this Cabin in 2002
Why Robert and Robin Sain chose Clinton
The Harned family cabin is unique as it is an artifact of the history of Appalachia that is rapidly disappearing. It has endured the passage of time for over 200 years if not longer. One of our primary goals is to preserve it so it may survive for many years to come. Robin and I view our ownership of this cabin as being temporary custodians until we pass it on to the next generation of owners. We want to use this time to collect as much information as we can about the history and background of the cabin and the families who lived in them.
What makes this Cabin unique
Since we started offering guest accommodations in 2002, we have had hundreds of guests representing a variety of people and reasons for staying with us. The experiences we have gained over the years prompt us to level set our goals, interests, and expectations in order to assist you, as a potential guest, to decide if staying in our cabin aligns with our mutual expectations. We want you, our guest, to understand what we offer: • We offer safe, comfortable, and quiet accommodations - best suited for couples or small families. • We seek guests who are looking for a unique place to stay and can appreciate and understand the historical significance of the Cabin. • Our guests should show respect and care during their stay. This is a very old cabin and cannot be abused or marred as we seek to preserve them for future generations. Things to consider before making a reservation: • We respect our guest's privacy and do not provide daily services. However, if there is anything our guests need or have questions, we are more than happy to assist. • We cannot accommodate large group meetings such as wedding parties, family reunions, business meetings, or other large groups.