Alabama Couple Painstakingly Restores 6 Pioneer Log Cabins to Create The Ultimate Mountain Getaway
This one-bedroom retreat originally constructed in 1838 was the first log cabin that Randy and Sandy Galloway restored. It can sleep up to 5 people.
Charming Lofted Bedroom
Cabin #1’s lofted bedroom looks out onto the two-story great room below and features a queen size bed.
With two bedrooms, a spacious living room and a wrap-around porch, this cabin, which dates back to the 1850s, is ideal for groups up to 5 people.
Cozy Stone Fireplace
An oversize fireplace is the centerpiece of Cabin #2’s spacious great room.
One of the largest cabins on the property, this 1860s stunner has one queen size bed, two full size beds, and a sleeper sofa spread across three bedrooms. Eight people can sleep here comfortably.
Wood, Wood and More Wood
Like the rest of the cabins on the property, nearly every inch of Cabin #3 is made of wood.
This gorgeous cabin was originally constructed in the 1850s. A one bedroom, single-pen gem with a huge loft bedroom, this cabin can sleep four people.
Log Dining Room Furniture
You won’t soon forget eating at Cabin #4’s unique log wood dining room set.
Dating back to 1865, the swing on the front porch of this two-bedroom option is what summer dreams are made of.
All About the Details
Cabin #5’s lofted ceilings and beautiful stained glassed windows have us signing this pretty home’s praises.
The prettiest of the property’s restored cabins, this two-bedroom 1860s structure was named after Sandy and Randy’s daughter
Wagon Wheel Chandelier
The wagon wheel chandelier in the kitchen of Jacey’s Cabin would set Darius Rucker’s heart aflutter.