Experience log cabin living in this 3-bedroom Adairville, Kentucky, United States log cabin that can accommodate up to 7 guests. During your vacation stay you can forget your worries in this peaceful and private 3 bedroom, 2 bath log cabin that sits on the Red River! Enjoy amazing views of the water. There are 1,000 feet of river frontage perfect for kayaking, wading, and fishing. Relax on the covered wrap-around porch, and admire the view. Enjoy a full kitchen, 3 bedrooms (sleeps 7 including an additional fold-out bed), fully furnished with a gas fireplace. Get away with friends and family. Bring along your fishing poles, kayaks, and more. The cabin has three full bedrooms with one bedroom downstairs with a king-sized bed, 2 bedrooms upstairs one with a full-sized bed, another with a twin-size bed, and a sofa.
The cabin has a Smart TV, Wi-FI, river frontage with access, and a huge front porch. The log cabin has a full-size kitchen with a coffee maker. All unsecured spaces within the cabin are accessible. Parking is available in front of the log cabin or you may circle to the rear door entrance. The log cabin is located in Adairville, Kentucky, United States. The property is located only 20 minutes from I-24 (Clarksville, Tennessee), 40 minutes from I-65 (Bowling Green, Kentucky), and 10 minutes from Russellville, Kentucky. There are lots of restaurants, shopping, nature, and entertainment in the area.
After staying in a log cabin you might find yourself considering a log cabin of your own. Log homes have been around for a very long time. There are log cabins that are still standing that date back over 800 years. Living in a log cabin invokes a sense of calmness, peace, and solitude that helps you escape, if only for a few moments. Another benefit of log homes is that trees are a renewable resource. As trees are renewable, log homes start green. Other building materials which require significant processing can be harmful to the environment. On top of that, they are significantly easier to build and require fewer building materials than a conventional home. If you think about it when you build a log home, the logs act as your exterior walls, interior walls, and insulation all in one.
Energy efficient. Energy efficiency is important to consider when building a home. One of the best features of a log home is that when you heat the logs they radiate warmth back into the log home which increases energy efficiency. In warmer climates, this works in reverse so when the sun is beating down on the exterior of the log home it doesn’t transfer that heat to the interior. This means a cooler temperature in the summer and a warmer temperature in the winter. Log homes also look good anywhere, anytime. Whether the log home sits on top of a mountain, hidden in the forest, set by a lake, or even in a suburb, log homes look amazing no matter where you build one. Log homes remain timeless, their style doesn’t change with mainstream trends.