The Dogwood Point Log Cabin located in Nashville, Indiana is set in a lovely, secluded setting that awaits the fortunate guests who select the vacation rental for their getaway spot. A pretty drive along a Brown County ridge top will deliver you to a rustic log cabin, surrounded by native hardwoods and lots of blue skies. Upon entering through the front door, a large living room welcomes you with comfy furniture gathered around the stone fireplace with gas logs. The cabin has a large-screen satellite HDTV and WiFi that will make couch potatoes and computer geeks contented. Of course, one could always choose to read a book, take a nap, or, if you’re lucky enough to get some rain, go out on the wrap-around porch and listen to the raindrops pelting the cabin’s metal roof. Now, that’s some serious country fun.
The cabin has a roomy kitchen and a dining room that are adjacent to the living room with a table big enough for a couple or a crowd (if you’ve been generous enough to include a few of your nearest and dearest in your travel plans). The cabin has french doors at the end of the dining room that opens onto a small back porch that leads to a new deck with a large spacious hot tub and a firepit just off the deck. Up the stairs, you’ll find the second floor where you’ll trundle off to bed at day’s end. The master bedroom features a large space with a king-size bed, and then there’s a queen-size bed in the second bedroom. Each bedroom has a built-in window seat that’s nice for reading or watching the moon come up over the treetops. The bedrooms share a full bath on the second floor; but there’s a handy half-bath on the main floor, as well.
The Dogwood Point Cabin is nicely situated between Nashville and Bean Blossom, Indiana so you’ll be within just a few scenic minutes of activities in either location. Think of activities and places such as the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival, Remember Me Antiques, Greg Schatz Pottery Studio, and the Flower and Herb Barn just to name a few all to the north in the Bean Blossom area. Then to the south in Nashville, you might want to visit the Hob Nob Corner Restaurant, Brown County Playhouse Theater, and Brown County Winery, or spend several hours browsing the many shops and galleries you’ll find in town. Whatever your preference for spending your downtime Dogwood Point and Brown County are sure to please.
The cabin does not allow any pets. Amenities at the cabin include a landline, fiber optic high-speed WiFi calling/internet, and accommodate 2 to 6 people. king-sized bed, queen-sized bed, a sleeper sofa with a queen-size mattress, 1 1/2 baths, a secluded setting, deck, fire pit, big screen satellite HDTV, 1 fully equipped kitchen with drip coffee maker, all bed and bath linens provided, heat and central air conditioning, secluded location, hot tub, and a charcoal grill.
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