Affordable Rustic Cabin Getaway in British Columbia

The Fern Gully is the perfect rustic cabin building for your West Coast adventure. This cabin building is located in Jordan River, British Columbia, Canada and can accommodate up to 3 guests with one bedroom, and a half bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. This tranquil rainforest cabin building is situated on the creek. The cozy wood cabin has an outdoor shower, a loft bed and a wood fireplace, a basic kitchen with a mini-fridge, hot plate, pots and pans, utensils, and a coffee press. The cabin has an outhouse. The Fern Gully is located near China Beach and close to several nearby surf breaks that you can walk or drive to. There is a beautiful creek trail, with this calm and quiet rainforest retreat. The wood cabin lodging is a basic and rustic experience. Jordan River is on the west coast of Vancouver Island British Columbia and located about 43 miles west of the city of Victoria.

You'll love the style of this rustic log cabin and may find yourself inspired for a wood cabin of your own. The two-story cabin building design has a slanted roof and front covered porch perfect for sitting back and enjoying your morning cup of tea or coffee. The wood cabin is in an ideal location surrounded by rainforest and large ferns. Once you are inside you will find plenty of wood throughout with a small wood stove to warm the place up on cooler days and nights. There is a tiny staircase that will bring you up to the upstairs loft. The loft has a cozy bed with a window that offers views of the surrounding rainforest.

The tiny cabin building gets glowing reviews from its guests. This beautiful little off-the-grid cabin building is hidden away in the woods with one other cabin building next door, but otherwise solitude. The wood fire and the outdoor shower are both amazing touches that you will be sure to love. Jordan River is also close to the community of Sooke where you will find shops, a brewpub, 2 grocery stores, and restaurants.

Part of the appeal of this charming cabin building is all the wood used both inside and out. There are a variety of reasons that building with wood is so popular, with one of the most important reasons being sustainability. Every building material that is used begins with the extraction of the natural resource and ends with its disposal. Wood is the most eco-friendly raw building material that humans have at their disposal. For these reasons, an eco-conscious person should be looking at wood as a building material over other natural resources. With that said if you are choosing wood for your cabin building, you want to make sure that the wood you are getting comes from a sustainably managed forest. Tree harvesting is where the extraction process begins that later provides the wood for things such as cabin buildings, home designs, paper products, and furniture.


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