Step inside this woodland cabin: Interior is a true dream

If these are your first steps into the log cabin lifestyle, then perhaps this retreat in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, is the right one for you. It is perfectly positioned with outstanding views, direct access to nature and a contemporary, stylish interior.
This cabin is listed for vacation rental purposes on Glamping Hub and comfortably sleeps six. The floor plan includes two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a fold-out bed in the spacious loft area. The cabin has an elevated location of 3,700 feet, with treetop views of the rolling green hills.
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Inside the cabin, the double-height living room is open to the dining area and kitchen. The colors have neutral tones that create a sleek and elegant interior.
The gas log fireplace easily heats the room with the flick of a switch.
The sitting area has comfortable furniture perfect for unwinding after a long day of hiking.
The kitchen, dining area and living room all combine to form one large room, and the flow makes this a vibrant, sociable place to entertain.
The kitchen offers modern, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. They create the aesthetic of a clean cooking space.
The guest bedroom is on the ground floor and has access to a full-size bathroom. The neutral-toned walls are consistent with the overall theme of the house.
The master suite is upstairs.
Enter the second level via a lounge area, which benefits from the light and air of the great room. The loft includes a fold-out bed and is next to the master suite.
The master suite is decorated with tasteful, traditional furniture. The large windows create a sun-filled room that is a pleasure to wake up in.
The master bedroom has access to the full master bathroom.
This cabin has some wonderful outdoor living areas. This wide porch provides enough space for a screened area and an open-air section.
The covered porch is huge and has plenty of seating options. The large deck feels like another room of the house, and the windows let in lots of light.
The open-air section of the deck offers a picnic table for outdoor meals and a hot tub for star gazing.
Winding down the hill, visitors find another, lower level terrace that makes them feel like they are truly in the heart of the woods.
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