This cabin located in Tignall, Georgia, United States is the perfect place to start planning a peaceful lakeside vacation. The cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. During your vacation stay, you can embrace the essence of lakeside living at this peaceful Tignall cabin. Highlighted by a cozy outdoor living area and proximity to water access, this 2-bedroom, 1-bath vacation cabin rental is ideal for small families and boating enthusiasts to relax and enjoy a quiet stay on Strom Thurmond Lake. You’ll have access to a bay in the boat barn to store your watercraft, and after a day of adventure, you can fire up the gas grill for dinner on the porch or get cozy inside with a fireplace and a Smart TV. The cabin has a Smart TV, gas grill, and fire pit, and is just 0.7 miles to the boat ramp and beach. The cabin has one bedroom with a king-sized bed and a second bedroom with a queen-sized bed.
Inside the cabin, you’ll find a fireplace and breakfast bar. Outside there is a boat barn with one bay available, a covered porch with an outdoor dining area, and Adirondack chairs. The kitchen has cooking basics including dishware, flatware, stove and oven, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, blender, slow cooker, and toaster oven. The cabin has free WiFi, linens, towels, complimentary toiletries, central air conditioning, ceiling fans, trash bags, and paper towels. Stairs are required to access, with 6 exterior security cameras that are outward facing. The driveway has room for 2 vehicles, RV/trailer parking with an additional fee, and 30 amp and 50 amp hookups available.
The cabin is located in Tignall, Georgia, United States close to Strom Thurmond Lake where there is fishing, boating, swimming, and waterskiing. Outdoor adventures in the area include the boat ramp and beach just 0.7 miles away, Fishing Creek public hunting area, Bobby Brown State Outdoor Recreation Area, Bartram Trail, Long Cane Scenic Area, and Watson Mill Bridge State Park.
Tignall, Georgia is surrounded by rolling pastures, farms, and vast woods and has long been the center of North Wilkes County. In only two decades Tignall grew from a crossroads to a thriving town boasting many stores and a hotel-thus earning it the nickname, Little Atlanta. The town is close to Washington, Georiga which is considered one of the Prettiest Small Towns in Georgia. The following are some of the things to do in the area.
Washington, Georgia. One visit is not enough to discover the rich history, architectural styles, outdoor activities, and so much more. Wilkes County, the first county in Georgia formed under the Georgia Constitution of 1777, was named for British Parliamentarian and American Independence supporter John Wilkes. Washington, incorporated in 1780, was named for General George Washington, even though he never visited the town. The area also played a valuable role in the nation’s history on February 14, 1779, when the Revolutionary battle of Kettle Creek was fought here in Wilkes County. Today, you can breathe in the fresh air while hiking the marked trails at this sacred, historic Kettle Creek Battlefield.
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