Enjoy an off-grid living adventure in this tiny house located in Kimberly, Alabama, United States. The cozy off-grid retreat can accommodate up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The Case Rock cabin building is a luxury 400 square foot wood cabin on the Locust Fork River. The off-grid cabin retreat is pet-friendly and located on a 105-acre eco-retreat and goat farm, completely inaccessible by car, fully stocked with a large deck with 180-degree views of the river.
As part of a pilot program at the Case Rock Cabin Building, the owners have decided to start offering meals to purchase during your vacation stay. The owner is a great cook, and you can choose from hot or cold meals for $20 a person if this is something you would like. These are complete meals that are delivered right to your door. The choices for meals will change seasonally. Right now, you can choose from the chicken Alfredo, with a bagged salad, and bread or chili with cornbread and toppings, along with a vegan option to include chickpea curry with rice and naan bread.
The off-grid wood cabin has two queen-sized memory foam beds, a twin futon, and a twin mattress on the floor. The cabin building has a fully stocked kitchen with a one-burner propane stove, a gas grill with an optional pizza stone, or an Instant Pot which requires cranking the generator. The cabin building has a hammock, fire pit, and a Bluetooth speaker. During your vacation stay, not only are you going to enjoy small house living, but you will also have 85 acres of trails at your back door. You will enjoy the solitude and the quietness of being half a mile from your nearest neighbor. To reach the off-grid tiny house, the owners will pick you up and drop you off in a Ranger. All other trips back and forth are up to you.
It is advised during your stay that you bring food and a cooler with you with some ice. When you check-in, you should not plan on dropping your things off at the cabin building and then going out to dinner. Logistically this is a difficult thing to do due to the length and the challenge of the hike out to your car. The owners strongly advise you to eat dinner before you come, bring some ingredients with you to cook, or plan to order your catered meals 48 hours in advance.
The off-grid Case Rock cabin features a composting toilet (a high-end sanitary toilet with no smell, non-potable water from the water tanks (except in below-freezing temperatures when the water system must be winterized), drinking water from a water dispenser electric lights, propane instant water heater, a solar bag shower for use in winter when the water system is unavailable, wood heater with firewood and a push-button start generator. The cozy cabin retreat has a one-burner propane stove, a two-burner propane grill with a pizza stone and peel, and an Instant Pot if you wish to crank the generator.
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