This is and adorable tiny log cabin in Poland.
Outside, you’ll find a traditional-looking square home with a cozy gable metal roof and stone chimney. The house is made of logs and on the inside, is clad in pine.
A tiny wood-burning stove sits in the corner of the home on a stone facade. The bathroom includes a stand-up shower and heated stone floors. A ladder leads to the loft above where a bed sits on the floor under a skylight. Step outside onto the porch and enjoy gorgeous views of the Polish landscape in any season.
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Tiny Log Cabin in Poland
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This is a Very Nice Log Cabin Tiny House. If I was alone, that is the way I’d like to live. Thanks
Sweet! For this one I might even try the ladder. 😀
Wow this a lovely cabin! Green with envy!
Love it!!!! Any of them that have bathrooms are ok with me. This one is especially adorable. 🙂
This is sweet, I could do it. Any photos of the kitchen?
Such a lovely chalet in a beautiful spot. I love the traditional architecture, the use of beautiful wood, and the spectacular views. It is a perfect retreat not too far from the robust mountain town of Zakopane. I was in the area in the late 90s and was impressed with just about everything.
Spending three weeks in the country gave me ample time to visit ethnographic museums, cultural and historical sites, large and small towns and tiny villages. I saw castles, churches, gardens, the salt mines, concentration camps, beautiful natural areas like the Dunajec Gorge, and even tiny log cabins with their blue colored chinking built in the late 1800s. The people were welcoming and very kind despite my poor language ability. I plan to go back.
cute. bedroom is too scary for me. the stove pipe is not safe.
I didn’t see any area for a kitchen or anything resembling one. The ladder is at an awkward angle and if your body is a bit large, one could never navigate the ladder in that position.
And why the fish eye lens approach to view something that is quite small anyway?
In the picture with fireplace there is a wall shelf with cups hanging from underside and what looks like a microwave or oven on table underneath. Would be nice to see the rest of the “kitchen”. Cozy little cabin but looks like they replaced the old fireplace with a chimney on top for one with the chimney coming out the back and did some improvising.