About the property
- Cabin4000 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 5 nights
4 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, 3 Couches, Full Kitchen, Mountain And Valley Views.
Do you really want to get away from it all and take a step back in time? Make your way to our cabin that overlooks part of the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, and it sits on the edge of a bluff which has a great 180 degree unobstructed views of the mountains and valley. There are family-friendly activities such as a basketball court, tennis court, and hiking. You’ll love our place because of the coziness and how rustic it is. Great for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids older than 2 years old), and medium size groups.
Activities on the property include hiking, basketball, and tennis. The property sits on 12 acres and you do not see any other man made structures in the view from the back porch.
The wood on the main part of this cabin comes from an old farm house that was built in the 1800s an hour away from Beersheba Springs, torn down, and reassembled at its current location.
The large porches provide a wonderful outdoor living space that helps you soak in that 180 degree view of the mountains and valley below. There is even a couch swing so you can take a nap or enjoy the view with several of your closest friends or family.
There is a working wood burning fire place that helps add even more charm to your stay.
Outside of the basketball and tennis courts there is a game and puzzle closet to keep you busy on those cold and rainy days. There is also life size jenga as well as a cornhole set located in the downstairs bedroom.
This cabin has everything you need to truly relax and spend quality time with your closest friends and family.
Local activities within a five mile radius include Greeter Falls and Stone Door which is part of Savage Gulf State Park.
3 Full Bathrooms
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 19, 2018
About Alfred Stewart
This is our family's cabin that we built in 1981. It has been in our family ever sense. We grew up in the Franklin area just south of Nashville, TN. We have a passion for working hard, being outside, and spending quality time with our friends and family as well as helping others any chance we get.
Alfred Stewart purchased this Cabin in 1981
Why Alfred Stewart chose Beersheba Springs
Our family has been coming to Beersheba Springs, TN since the early 1900s. It started with my great grandfather and we have been going up there ever since. Going to Beersheba helps us push the reset button on our busy day to day life that we live. The rustic feel of the cabin and the rich history of Beersheba Springs creates an atmosphere that dates back to the 1800s which is actually how old the wood is that currently makes up the main part of the cabin.
What makes this Cabin unique
It has a front porch swing as well as a church pew and a Jack Daniels barrel we store wood in for the fireplace. The back porch has a 180 degree unobstructed view of the mountains and valley below. Our favorite feature is the couch swing on the back porch. The cabin has many puzzles and board games as well as a basketball and tennis courts. It sits on 12 acres of land that you have full access to.
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
This cabin delivered an absolutely beautiful and peaceful retreat.
Our family thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the cabin. We had plenty of room to sleep, eat, relax, and visit. The view from the amazing back deck were breathtaking. The only regret was not doing my research on the exact location We were almost a good hour from Sewanee. The drive had to be made several times with three different commitments
I would highly recommend this cabin as long as you don’t need to be in Monteagle or Sewanee during the stay.
Hey Amy! We are glad you enjoyed your stay.
You are correct, it is not a short drive from Beersheba Springs to Monteagle or Sewanee. Usually about a 45 min drive each way.
I hope you guys are able to stay in the area next time and enjoy all the hiking Savage Gulf State Park has to offer. It is only a 5 min drive from the cabin.
Thanks for staying with us!
Beautiful views, comfortable secluded property
We had an absolutely fantastic time staying at this cabin. The cabin is quite spacious and very cozy and has an incredible view from the deck. We can't wait to stay here again.
We loved hosting Benjamin's group and would welcome them back anytime.
Local Attractions: (see Guest Booklet at cabin for directions and more info) Greeter Falls (5 min drive) Stone Door State Park (5 min drive) Cumberland Cavern (about 30 minutes away) Fall Creek Falls (1hr away) Jack Daniels Distillery (1hr away) Bring any food you need as grocery options are limited to Beersheba Market (small country store with basics) and Dollar General in Altamont about ten minutes away. Exit 114 off I24, where most of you will exit to climb the mountain ( 30 minutes away) , has a Walmart. We have plenty of condiments in fridge. We have a Guest Booklet with important information about using the fireplace, check-out procedure, house manager emergency contact numbers, etc.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Be sure and bring any food you need as there are no grocery stores close by. There is Beersheba Market on HWY 56 about 1/4 mile past (if traveling east) Backbone Road. There is also a Dollar General in Altamont. Both stores have eggs, milk, ice cream, deli meats, bread etc Also, Exit 114, where most of you will exit off I24, has a Walmart Store. This is about 45 minutes from cabin.