Go Back In Time and Enjoy This 175 Years Old Log Cabin

With its 175-year-old historic cabin building, this old Washington farm stay is like going back in time. With two bedrooms, two beds, and one bathroom, the historic cabin building in Washington, Arkansas, accommodates up to four guests. You’ll have the whole cabin building to yourself during your holiday. There are four cabins, a barn loft, and a general store on this luxurious, rustic, historic farm stay property. The location offers the best of both worlds.

During your vacation stay, you’ll enjoy all-day Southern hospitality with a side of modern comfort, tranquility, quiet, and simple beauty that will help you unwind from your hectic lifestyle. Take a step back in time and unwind in this 175-year-old log cabin structure. It is a historically accurate cabin structure with modern conveniences.

There is a lovely saltwater pool where you can relax. You are sure to enjoy your stay at this farm as you experience life in a cabin building as it would have been in the early 1800s. You can spend a relaxing evening on the patio, take a dip in the pool at night under the stars, or drink your coffee with the animals. This historic cabin building comfortably sleeps four people. There are two full-sized beds in the room. One bed is located in the main area of the cabin house, and one bed is located in the loft (which is accessed by a ladder).

The cabin has a complete kitchen and a charming bathroom with an old clawfoot tub and a vintage bath fixture (handheld showers weren’t popular back then). You are free to wander around as a guest at this farm. You have complete ownership of the farm. You can swim from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., see the animals, or lounge on your tiny cabin’s porch. The farm’s owners live on-site and are available when required. Some visitors have spent hours by the pool with the owners, while others have just been welcomed. The level of engagement desired by the guest is solely up to them. On the land, the owner is always available.

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You can rent this log cabin in AirBnb.

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