Come home to this cabin after a day of exploring and enjoy its luxurious bathtub

One of the most important things when exploring a log home is its location. That is the reason why we retreat to a wooden cabin - as a gateway to access the countryside. This quaint cabin is located in Cades Cove on the edge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Nantahala National Forest of Tennessee.
The cabin isn't the largest we have seen; however, that isn't important. The ample-sized floor plan contains everything you need to supplement the outdoors lifestyle, including a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a bedroom with a king-sized bed. Let's explore further...
What an attractive cabin! The large covered porch on the front is an inviting outdoors space, while the rear porch includes a barbecue grill.
Inside the cabin, we find an attractive display of wood lining the walls, ceilings, and floors. The living room is a cozy space which is easily heated by the wood-burning fire.
The kitchen is a spacious room which includes a full dining set. The cooking space has plenty of worktop space and cabinetry and is equipped with a dishwasher, a microwave, and a coffee pot.
The large bedroom is furnished with this gorgeous four-poster king-sized bed. What an inviting place to retire when you can no longer keep your eyes open.
The bedroom also includes a Jacuzzi bathtub - perfect for unwinding at the end of the day. The separate bathroom also includes a shower.
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