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Bright and Primitive Patagonia Cabin


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This is another stunning vacation property in Minnesota, designed by Patagonia Cabins. This 2020 build has beautiful, minimalist, Scandinavian decor. There’s a loft bedroom and an open floor plan in the tiny space.

Besides the lovely interior, the setting of the cabin is wonderfully idyllic. There’s a large deck looking out on nature, and a grill, an outdoor shower, and an Aframe outhouse to complete your stay.

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The main room is wide open with an electric stove for warmth.

The door leads out to a large deck.

There’s a little bench for putting on shoes.

Breakfast table for two.

The kitchenette is stocked with basics.

A little egg chair is the perfect spot for reading.

Washing basin and two burners.

A bean bag up in the loft.

The loft hangs in the center of the cabin.

There’s a lovely fireplace outside.

Look at the gorgeous sunshine.

Bucket-fed shower in the trees.

There’s an outhouse nearby.

Inside of the outhouse.

Beautiful secluded location.

Description:

A 2020 build, this dovetail log cabin overlooks Lake Superior from a hilltop, a perfect vantage point to see the aurora.

Whether you are catching the sunset on the deck, exploring the endless surrounding woods, or playing a whiskey-fueled card game by the fire, this space offers the ultimate cabin experience.

-Views of Lake Superior
-2 min Walk to The Lake Superior Beach
-10 min North of Grand Marais
-Backyard Access to Superior Hiking Trail
-Backs Superior National Forest

The space
This primitive build has a natural way of connecting its guests to the simple pleasures of simpler times.

Patagonia Cabin was crafted by local polar explorer Lonnie Dupre and us, the owners.

At just over 300 sq ft this the cabin is both quaint and spacious boasting an open floor plan and cathedral ceiling.

Built for travelers seeking a retreat in a sustainable stay, we designed this cabin to offer all the bare necessities one would need in thoughtfulness of nature: solar power for lighting and charging electronics, propane fireplace and stove, A-frame outhouse, rain barrels for wash water and an outdoor bucket shower.

The inspiration for Patagonia Cabin came from our time spent living in Argentina, which is where our story together began. Our hope is that travelers can enjoy the same serenity from nature in this rustic refuge that our journey’s brought us.

The interior has been thoughtfully curated with unique decor from Patagonia, Argentina and local Grand Marais artists.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Kathy
    October 19, 2022, 3:56 pm

    What a pretty, magical place this is! It would be a lovely place to get away from the norm. I’m just not sure about the bucket shower in the open woods though! No, I’m sure. Not for me I’m afraid. : )

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