This is a log cabin on stilts known as the Whispering Pines Treehouse on Airbnb. It’s available to book out of Hot Springs, Arkansas. There are actually a total of three similar structures on the property to choose from.
According to the listing, this location is surrounded by the Ouachita Mountains on 27 wooded acres bordered by a creek where you see deer, turkey, and other wildlife. From here, you’re also 7 miles away from Magic Springs Theme Park, 15 miles from Lake Ouachita, and just down the road from Oaklawn Racing. Anyway, what do you think of the log cabin?
The materials from which the EuroCabin was built are made of spruce. They were logged in Siberia in Northeastern Europe and shipped to a very high-tech and precise sawmill in Romania. The package of logs windows and doors were then shipped by container to the Port of Seattle and built-in the PNW.2
This is a pioneer style tiny log cabin with trim work done by Wilderness Woodworks in Ely, Minnesota shared by one of our readers.
As you can see below, it’s a traditional log cabin with a covered front porch entry. Go inside and you’ll find your kitchenette, living area, bunk beds, and dining nook – all in one room. Facilities are nearby. Please enjoy the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments. What would you do with a little cabin like this? Would you live in it?
This is a 396 sq. ft. shotgun log cabin tiny house by Dave Taylor. Enjoy!
As longtime fans of the New Orleans style “Shot Gun House” we chose it as our inspiration. There is considerable information on the internet about the meaning and origin of the term “Shot Gun House.” We choose this definition: “A house that has rooms and doors aligned such that one could fire a gun (shot gun) through the front door and out the back without hitting anything.”
This is a 120+ year old Finnish Log Cabin that has been modernized and is now available as a vacation rental in Biwabik, Minnesota. It’s called the Green Gate Log Cabin and to me, it’s the perfect tiny house, wouldn’t you say?
From the outside, it looks like a very simple cabin from the 1900’s. But when you step inside, you immediately notice the modern updates! Inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and a cozy upstairs sleeping loft. Enjoy!
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