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This is the story of Natalie Bogwalker’s tiny log cabin in Western North Carolina.

She and her friend Eric did most of the log cutting and hauling. Then one year later, she began building with the help of many friends. Today she operates Wild Abundance teaching online and onsite classes on self-sufficiency, tiny living, gardening, acquiring land, construction, and hide tanning. It’s wildly fascinating and you can learn more below!

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Her Tiny Log Cabin In Asheville!


Images via Natalie Bogwalker

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Charles and Bob live in “The Hermitage,” a stunning stacked-log park model tiny house that features a spacious screened-in porch with an attached dog run. It was built by Green River Log Cabins in South Carolina.

For about six years during his adult life, Charles was a monk. The name “Hermitage” is meant to reflect some of the spiritual tranquility he found during that time of his life. And tranquil is exactly how to describe their property. It’s surrounded by trees and feels perfectly secluded.

Inside the home you’ll find live-edge cedar counter tops, a downstairs bedroom with built-in wardrobes and tons of lovely log-cabin decor. Enjoy the Tiny Home Tour below.

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Log Cabin Filled with Live-Edge Countertops

The Hermitage Log Cabin Park Model In the Woods 3

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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While you can’t make it in time for this Thanksgiving, maybe make a plan to visit America’s Hometown next year!

You can stay in this traditional log cabin overlooking a cranberry bog, just minutes from downtown Plymouth where you can visit the rock where the Pilgrims (according to local lore) landed, take a tour of the Mayflower II and even enjoy a visit to Plimoth-Patuxet Museum to see what life looked like in 1627 for the colonists and native Wampanoag tribe.

This stunning home has two downstairs bedrooms, as well as an open loft with sofa bed couches and a finished basement with a pool table, huge TV and more dining space. You can book your stay on Airbnb. Reviews say the host, Garrett, bakes you fresh cranberry bread!

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Stay in This Log Cabin Overlooking a Cranberry Bog

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Images via Airbnb/Garrett

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While this is a vacation property, it’s the kind of place I could easily see a family living in quite happily year-round. At 1250 square feet, it’s by no means “tiny,” but would still be more compact than many of the McMansions people live in today.

You walk into an open-concept living room and kitchen, complete with a stone fireplace and dishwasher! A full staircase leads up to the loft bedroom with two twin beds, while downstairs you’ll find mirror queen beds in fully-enclosed bedrooms. Last, but not least, there’s a full bathroom across from the staircase.

This cozy spot includes a firepit and picnic tables, and it’s woodland surroundings make it a great spot to bring your immediate family for vacation. Book your stay here.

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Perfect Log Cabin with 3 Bedrooms at Lake Warren Estates

Magical Forest House For Family Getaway in PA 2

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Not sure about you, but I’ve always dreamed of having a little log cabin tucked in the woods — well, here’s your chance! This 160 square foot cabin was Amish-built and used as an Airbnb rental for the last 5 years.

The one bedroom cabin features a queen bed (with full bed bunk above it), a bathroom with composting toilet, and an area for a mini kitchenette. It’s all solid wood, a mix of Eastern Pine and Cedar, which is sure to smell lovely.

The best part? If you live within 200 miles of Cape May Court House, NJ, the delivery is completely free! (Note: the addition of full off-grid capacities is an additional $4K). Contact the seller and ask questions here.

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160 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cabin in NJ for $28K

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What do you think of studio-style cabins? This romantic getaway in Tennessee is a stunning log cabin right on a river, with an open floor plan.

In one corner of the cabin is a comfortable king-size bed, and right next to it is a large jacuzzi tub. There’s also a lounge corner with a gas fireplace and a fully-equipped kitchen with a dining area. Outside on the deck, you’ll have water views, as well as a hot tub to relax in!  Book your stay on Airbnb.

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Quaint and Quiet Log Cabin Getaway in TN


Images via Airbnb/Cathy

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Right in the heart of Appalachia in North Carolina sits this lovely Scandinavian-inspired log cabin with a huge wrap-around porch and breathtaking mountain views.

The 800 square foot cabin has a spacious ground-floor bedroom adjacent to an open-concept living/kitchen/dining area. The interior of the cabin has a lovely whitewash on all the logs, making it bright and airy.

On the porch, you’ll find a covered dining area, romantic porch swing, and stunning views. You can follow the farm that runs the cabin stay on Instagram, or book your stay at Airbnb.

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Stay in this Nordic Cabin in the Appalachians!

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This little cabin is built of all Northwest Cedar and sits near Friday Harbor in Washington. The cute spot has two bedrooms to sleep up to four people, as well as a full bathroom with tiled tub/shower.

But aside from the quaint interior, you’ll want to rent the Juniper Cabin for it’s breathtaking pastoral views! You can cook up a meal in the full kitchen, and then bring it out on the large deck and take in the peaceful surroundings.

This is a perfect cabin for a family vacation! Rent it on Airbnb.

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Big Deck with Pastoral Views: Juniper Lane Cabin

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This is a lovely humble log cabin in Washington that’s perfect for your next family trip. The exterior features an exciting roof line and large deck overlooking absolutely breathtaking views of Columbia Gorge. The home sits on a 5-acre meadow for plenty of privacy and outdoor strolls.

Inside there are three bedrooms (two queen beds and one twin bunkbed room) and a spacious great room with the fully-functional kitchen, wood burning stove and comfortable living room area. There’s even a screened in porch with a dining room table for family meals. Book your stay over at Glamping Hub.

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Stay in the Humble Log Cabin with Family & Friends

Humble Log Cabin with Magical Views

Images via Glamping Hub

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