The Columbine cabin is a genuine log cabin from Estes Park. This cabin building rental in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains is the ideal way to see the state. In 1927, the cabin building was the first structure completed at the Black Canyon Inn, and it operated as a guest house for the Stacey family.
The 650 square foot cabin building is made of natural timbers and features a huge bedroom with a king bed. The king-sized bed’s headboard was constructed from fallen aspens from the property’s forest near the pond.
The cabin structure is still a popular choice for romantic vacations and honeymoons, and it is the only rental featuring a stone fireplace in both the bedroom and the living area. This lovely cabin building’s living area features a stone gas fireplace, television, DVD player, and telephone. A two-person jetted tub and a walk-in shower are included in the bathroom. The renovated kitchen includes a bistro-style dining area where you may have a cup of coffee in the morning or a meal at any time of day. After a day of exploring the Rocky Mountains and Estes Park, the cabin building features a nice leather sofa, which is a wonderful place to unwind.
Near the outdoor heated pool, this rustic construction is set between rock formations and thick pine trees. From the large South facing deck, you can take in the views of Longs Peak. When you arrange your trip around the Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park, Colorado, there are plenty of activities to enjoy. Outdoor activities abound in the Estes Valley and Rocky Mountain National Park.
Cabin construction is more popular today than it has ever been. Wood cabins have a long history, and there is a rich history behind these long-lasting and rustic housing designs. Cabin structures have existed for about 5000 years. Wood cabins were once used to guard against the weather; however, today, you may find wood cabin designs in more luxury and contemporary styles. Wood cabins have a rich and fascinating history that dates back many years. The first cabin constructions are thought to have been constructed over 5000 years ago. Northern Europe was the birthplace of wood cottages. Cabin structures were eventually taken to America and have since been incorporated into American architectural design. Wood cabin styles were first introduced to America by the Swedes and other Scandinavians.