This charming log cottage in Middlebury, Indiana can sleep two people comfortably and features one bedroom and one bathroom. Come unwind in the peace and elegance of this room. Tucked down in the shade of the trees, it’s the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate after a long day. You may enjoy the peace and quiet of the cabin while yet being close to activities like sightseeing, dining, riding, and exploring nature. There are a total of 420 square feet available for use within the cabin, consisting of 280 square feet on the main floor and 140 square feet in the sleeping loft. There is a full bathroom and kitchen with a two-burner stove top, refrigerator, microwave, coffee machine, and hot water pot in this contemporary and attractive cabin. Kitchen appliances such as an oven are unavailable. There’s a bedroom up in the loft with a luxurious queen bed, perfect for two adults. In the winter, a propane fireplace provides warmth, while in the summer, the air conditioner keeps everything cool.
Separate from the main house, the log cabin is tucked away in its own little forest. Everything you need to unwind is here, from hiking routes in the woods to rocking chairs on the porch. Both the walkways and fire pit can now be used. A grill/grate for use over an open fire is also included on a tripod that is for sale. Firewood and kindling are provided at the rental property for guests to use while making a fire. Trees, bushes, and other greenery are currently being planted.
The cabin can be found in rural Middlebury, Indiana (USA), not far from a little town with charming cafes and shops. It takes only 15 minutes to get to Shipshewana, 20 minutes to get to Goshen, 20 minutes to get to Elkhart, and 45 minutes to get to South Bend–Notre Dame. The Pumpkin Vine Bike Trail, which connects Shipshewana and Elkhart, is only three miles away. You can reach the Indiana 80/90 toll road from the cabin in around 5 miles. To go about, you will need access to your own transportation. No mass transit options are available. For cyclists, getting to the Pumpkin Vine trailhead won’t take more than a few minutes.
There is something unique about taking a holiday in a rustic log cabin surrounded by natural beauty; not only is it the ideal spot to slow down, relax, and reconnect with one’s inner self and the natural world, but there are additional advantages to cabin life. Also, it’s a fantastic method to reduce your negative effects on the planet. A log cabin is environmentally beneficial in more ways than one, including its structure and the way it stores and uses energy.
You may cut down on your carbon footprint and electricity costs by staying in a log cabin. Thermal mass is responsible for this, as heat is retained by the logs and released later in the day, making the cabin both comfortable and cost-effective to heat and cool. However, if the logs for the house weren’t cured in a sheltered area beforehand, the resulting structure could have air leaks and drafts. Spruce, pine, cedar, fir, and larch logs are ideal for retaining heat.
Available for rent at AirBnb.