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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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Family-Friendly Vacation in WV Cabin

Eagles Nest Cabin in West Virginia 7

Images via Airbnb/Jessica

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Looking for a family-sized vacation cabin? This warm and rustic spot in Cloudcroft, New Mexico, is a great option! It has two ground-floor bedrooms, a main bedroom with a King-sized bed, and a secondary bedroom with a queen bed and twin bunks. Everyone will have a spot to sleep!

When you’re awake, have the family gather in the great room, with vaulted ceilings, comfortable couches, and a gorgeous corner fireplace made of stone. The U-shaped kitchen makes it easy to cook a full meal. What do you like about this layout? I think it’d make a great full-time family home!

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This Two-Bedroom Cabin in New Mexico Sleeps 6!

‘Coppertop’ Cloudcroft Small Cabin Family Size! 14

Images via Evolve/Airbnb

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The Dekker family (@thedekkertrekkers) loved spending months at a time traveling in their pop-up camper, so they decided to bite the bullet and get a larger RV to travel in full-time. After six months on the road, they ended up finding an adorable tiny cabin in Colorado to fix up and act as their home base.

Right now they’re renovating the cabin so they can winter there and then head out in their RV during the warmer months. Honestly, it’s the best of both worlds! They can rent it as an Airbnb to help offset the costs of full-time travel. I can’t wait to see what the cabin looks like when it’s done, but for now enjoy pictures of their RV renovation.

Also, there’s a Q&A with them at the end of the post you won’t want to miss.

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Dekkers: Splitting Their Time Between an RV & Tiny Cabin

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In this post you’re going to get to see how this man built a family bunkhouse tiny cabin for he and his growing family.

I think it’s great when when friends and family get together to build.

This way they don’t have to go to the bank to go into debt or  have to hire expensive contractors.

This is how to build a tiny house or small cabin mortgage-free thanks to friends, family, co-workers and you.

See how this man built his very own family cabin over the course of three summers.

Man Builds Mortgage-free Cabin Over 3 Summers

See the rest (and watch the video) below:

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