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Eagles Nest Cabin in West Virginia


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This Eagles Nest Cabin welcomes you to relax, unplug, and soak in breathtaking views. This secluded spot has a large deck with a hot tub and patio furniture where you can spend the evenings. Indoors, you’ll find a leather sectional for indoor relaxation and a cute corner kitchen with full-sized appliances.

The main bedroom is on the first floor, while two twin beds are in the loft for children or other guests. The bathroom has a luxurious walk-in shower stall and a cool leaf-shaped sink. What’s not to love about this space?

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A sturdy staircase goes up to the covered porch.

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A leather corner couch looks out the windows.

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The walls and ceilings are light pine.

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The kitchen has full-sized appliances.

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The lighting fixtures all have antlers.

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The kitchen has a tin ceiling.

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The bar-height table seats four people.

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There’s a Keurig and cute bear mugs.

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The kitchen has a cute copper sink.

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The loft has views out the front windows.

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This is the main bedroom, with a queen-sized bed.

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The loft bedroom has two twin beds.

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There’s a nice, sturdy railing here.

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A ceiling fan adds some air flow!

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The walk-in shower has a huge rainfall shower head!

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A leaf-shaped bowl sits on the vanity.

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Notice the stacked washer and dryer.

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The views from the deck! Breathtaking!

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The metal picture inlays add charm to the space.

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Make some awesome BBQ with this!

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What a cool spot to relax in the evenings.

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Enjoy hanging out by the fire pit.

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This is the aerial shot of the space.

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Details:

  • Immerse yourself in nature’s symphony at this unique retreat
  • Lounge on the deck or swings and marvel at the wildlife, from rabbits to deer, frolicking in the yard
  • Indulge in ultimate relaxation in the hot tub, surrounded by the tranquility of the mountains and breathtaking views
  • Strictly limited to 4 guests; please review additional house rules before booking
  • Unwind in the bathroom equipped with a Bluetooth speaker
  • Rock out by the hot tub with the Bluetooth-enabled rock speaker or ask Alexa in the kitchen to set the mood
  • Complimentary coffee, creamer, sugars, honey sticks, water, and snacks provided
  • Pancake mix and syrup available for a delightful breakfast treat
  • Towels, linens, shampoo, conditioner, shower streamers, and body wash provided
  • Firewood and starters conveniently located under the treehouse, along with an assortment of games
  • Grill up a storm with the smoker/grill—pellets ready in the bucket beside it
  • Prior to booking, carefully review and understand the house rules
  • Secluded, but please be aware of neighbors and sounds of the countryside due to the hilltop location

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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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