I’m going to be honest with you: I would never stay in this Airbnb. Not because it doesn’t look awesome and well-kept, but because the harrowing heights required to get to bed are definitely beyond my comfort level. But, wow, is this place cool.
First, you have to take 176 steps to reach the initial cabin, which includes a living room, kitchen, and loft bed. But if you want the killer view, you’ll need to take a mind-numbing spiral staircase up to a cabin suspended from the cliff above! In other words, don’t book a stay unless you’re up for a workout, as well.
The interior of each cabin has a rustic yet modern feel, and for the adventurous soul, this looks like the perfect vacation. Would you stay here?
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You Have to Be Brave to Stay in This Cliff-side Cabin in Campton, Kentucky
View from the top of the highest cabin.
Aerial shot of the whole complex.
When the leaves are on the trees, it’s very private.
Warm grey walls with pine boards line the interior.
There’s a deck on the outside of the first cabin.
Live edge is exactly what you want in this cabin.
You’ll have what you need for some good cooking.
Breakfast with a view.
An air conditioner is an awesome touch.
And here’s the loft bedroom.
Up above the cliff-hanging cabin is this stunning deck.
Here’s the cliff cabin’s bedroom.
You are sky-high!
Now that’s a spiral staircase!
Ladder to the deck. Eeeeek again.
Walking to ground level.
Another deck surrounds one of the many neighboring trees.
That’s a lot of steps!
Could you handle this!?
What a view.
Oh hey! There’s a bathroom.
Can you see yourself staying here?
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