Tiny Homes & Log Cabins

Cozy and Rustic Cabin In Kentucky

The cabin on the creek in Beattyville, Kentucky, is a great place to stay during your trip. With its two bedrooms, three beds, and one bathroom, the cabin can comfortably sleep five people. This cozy cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom, and is located in the beautiful Daniel Boone National Forest, where visitors may enjoy hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. This holiday rental features a fully equipped kitchen, a sizable outdoor area, and a convenient position just a short drive from world-class climbing and hiking in Red River Gorge. Wake up with a cup of coffee in hand and a view of the front porch before heading out to enjoy Natural Bridge State Resort Park or downtown Beattyville. The cabin has a washer and dryer and is in a peaceful setting near to the city. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast or just want to get away for the weekend with some friends, this quaint cottage is the place to rest and rejuvenate after a day of hiking, fishing, or kayaking. In one room, you’ll find a queen-sized bed, and in the other, a bunk bed that can accommodate two adults.

You can enjoy the cabin’s Smart TVs, games, and mealtimes at the table. The kitchen has everything you may need, including a blender, Keurig coffee maker, cookware, serving utensils, a microwave, a toaster, and a microwave. There is a spacious yard, a dining space, a charcoal BBQ, and views of the creek beyond the cabin. A hair dryer, hangers, an iron and ironing board, a washing machine and dryer, bed linens, bath towels, trash bags, and paper towels are all provided in this cozy cabin. There is a homeowner and another vacation rental on the premises, thus there are three cameras installed outside the cabin, all of which face outward. Two cars can be parked in the driveway.

You may discover antique shops, country boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and more on Main Street in Beattyville, Kentucky, United States. You may go fishing, rock climbing, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, bicycling, and bird viewing right from the cabin because it is surrounded by the Daniel Boone National Forest. Nearby lies the Red River Gorge, which is 24.2 miles distant and features 29,000 acres of sandstone cliffs, gorges, waterfalls, natural bridges, wildlife, lush greenery, hiking trails, and rock climbing. Additionally, Southeast Mountain Guides, Muir Valley Nature Preserve and Climbing Area, Natural Bridge State Resort Park, the Kentucky Reptile Zoo, and the Red River Gorge Zipline are all within driving distance of the Lee County Recreation Center. It is located 80.2 miles from downtown to the Blue Grass Airport.

Some of the roughest land west of the Appalachians can be found in the Daniel Boone National Forest. There are tiny ravines, sandstone cliffs, and steep forested slopes. Within its 2.1 million acre proclamation boundary, the Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky maintains more than 708,000 acres of national forest system lands. Eastern Kentucky’s natural and cultural history can be explored to the fullest at the Daniel Boone National Forest, which features over 600 miles of trails, two federally declared wilderness areas, and over 250 recreation sites.

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