The Sugar Lake Lookout is a log cabin vacation rental located in Cohasset, Minnesota, United States. The log cabin building can accommodate up to 6 guests with 3 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 2 bathrooms. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire log cabin building to yourself. For your health and safety, the Sugar Lake Lookout cabin building has been enhanced cleaned with the host being committed to a rigorous cleaning protocol that was developed with leading health and hospitality experts. More than ever, the health and well-being of the community is a top priority.
Airbnb hosts from around the world can now commit to Airbnb’s enhanced cleaning protocol that was developed with experts. Airbnb collaborated with former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy and other health and hospitality experts in developing this rigorous protocol. This means that the Sugar Lake Lookout log cabin building is not just cleaned but sanitized. Enhanced clean means the owners are going beyond your basic clean to sanitize an entire log cabin building space. This is a thorough, five-step cleaning process that ensures that every room in the log cabin is covered. The protocol includes social distancing guidelines to help keep you safely distanced whether you are in a private log cabin or private room. The Sugar Lake Lookout is self-check-in with a lockbox. This place isn’t suitable for infants (0 to 2 yrs) and the host doesn’t allow for parties or smoking.
The Sugar Lake Lookout is a beautiful hand-scribed log cabin building that is located on the amazing aquamarine waters of Siseebakwet/Sugar Lake in Cohasset. This is the premier destination for snowmobiling, golfing, ATV trails right out your back door, ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, boating, waterskiing, sunsets, and great memories.
These days you hear more and more about energy efficiency, and it continues to be a trend in the future. And that is good news because energy efficiency helps the environment in that it conserves precious natural resources and helps to reduce pollution too, while also saving you money. And with the growing concern over climate change and energy, there are sure to be more and more building options to incorporate into your log cabin or home design. When it comes to the planning of your log cabin building design, you will want to do your research and find out all of the available options and choices that you have to make your log cabin building as energy efficient as possible.
Water systems are one of the ways to conserve energy in your log cabin building. Hot water accounts for about 13 percent of most log homes annual utility bills. Usually, hot water is provided by an insulated water tank that is fitted with a gas burner or electric heating element. If you are going the traditional route, you want to choose the highest efficiency units that are available. If you live in an area with a reasonable amount of sunshine, you might consider a solar hot water collector. This roof or yard mounted water system circulates the water or fluid through a panel where it is warmed by the sun. The warmed fluid then passes into an insulated storage tank where it can then be drawn for use in radiant flooring or to heat for drinking water.
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