This Fayetteville, Tennessee, United States home will make you fall in love. Relax and unwind at this Fayetteville vacation home with a one-bedroom and one-bathroom. The 2-story cabin is nestled along 500-foot of riverfront property. This family-friendly cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, loft, kids’ supplies, fireplace, and is pet-friendly. You can rent a kayak or canoe for the day to explore the Elk River or fish. You can enjoy the breeze from the screened porch, relax on the swing bench and enjoy a family game evening around the fireplace.
The cabin is equipped with children’s supplies and is situated on five private acres with 500 feet riverfront. This private cabin, which is surrounded by greenery, is the ideal escape for anglers and families looking to get away from it all. The cabin features a bedroom with a queen-sized mattress, a loft with two queen-sized beds and a full-sized bed, as well as a living area with a queen-sized couch and a queen-sized couch. There is additional sleeping with a Pack ‘n Play.
You can enjoy the covered porch with swing bench and bistro table, screened in porch with seating, backyard, horseshoe pit, river view, and access. Inside, you’ll find a Smart TV, cable, DVD player, fireplace (only use Duraflame logs), dining room, loft, ceiling fans and toy box. There are also laptop-friendly workspaces. 800 square feet of space is available in the cabin. It has a fully equipped kitchen, including a double basin sink and an island with seating. There’s also a coffee grinder, blender (toaster), cooking basics, flatware, and a toaster. The cabin offers free WiFi, central heating, air conditioning, linens and towels as well as a washer and dryer. It also has a high chair, laundry detergent and hangers. One bedroom is located on the main floor. The full bathroom can be accessed from the first floor via a single step. Loft access requires stairs. There is enough parking for four cars.
The cabin is in Fayetteville (Tennessee), which was occupied for most of Civil War. Union troops even built a bombproof wall in the second of four courthouses in the town square. This town, along with several others, organized city bands in the late 1800s. They built a bandstand at the courthouse lawn to show their talents. Today, the bandstand is used for community events and festivals. The Southern Pride Distillery, which produces premium craft spirits, is a great place to visit during your vacation. Their products are made in a copper-pot still and are very much like the old days. The distillery uses locally grown corn, and the water comes directly from a natural spring. We invite you to stop by and take you on a tour through the distillery and natural spring.
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