Authentic Log Cabin: Eco-farm Stay at Kaluna Farm In Georgia

Enjoy this farm stay vacation home located in Talking Rock, Georgia, United States. The log cabin at Kaluna Farm can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom, 1 bed, and 1 bath. Come enjoy the good life in this authentic 1800s log cabin building. This is a unique chance to live simple and close to the Earth, while still having modern creature comforts. The log cabin sits above the property's animal pasture, yet offers plenty of privacy. If you need an easy and close escape from the city that offers a tranquil setting and a slower pace, this is the place.

The owners consider the property a Morganic farm, which means they go beyond organic cert standards to manage the whole property, with no chemicals having been sprayed in the last twenty years. The owners transformed this space from a family junkyard back in the mid-90s. It is a magical realm of creeks and wonderful trees, plants, and old cabin buildings. They like to host workshops and other events along the lines of health and farming. When you arrive, the owners like to invite guests of the cabin to meet their spring, where they get delicious drinking water. There is a fire pit and charcoal grill available for guest use. Guests should plan and bring their charcoal and firewood. Wood may be available for purchase on-site. You'll want to confirm firewood availability with hosts.

The gardens on the vacation property are open to your exploration, and it is just asked you to stay on paths and do not walk in their garden beds, the microbes will thank you. The cabin property is close to many wonderful outdoor areas and vineyards. The Talking Rock Nature Preserve is home to 10 plus miles of hiking/mountain biking trails and is located in the cabin neighborhood. This is a good jump-off point for Carter's lake, the Cohutta Wilderness, and many hiking and biking trails. This log cabin has a bathroom and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with a mini-fridge, gas stove/oven, coffee maker, toaster, as well as all the basic cookware and dinnerware that you will need during your vacation stay.

The town of Talking Rock is located in Pickens County in northwest Georgia. It is the third smallest town in the state of Georgia and has not changed much since its beginning in 1883 when the train was the lifeline of the town. Every October, Talking Rock hosts the Heritage Days Festival, one of the town's annual highlights. Vendors from around the state join with shop owners for the two-day festival, which includes plenty of food, fun, and music. The origin of the town's name is unclear, and there are many interesting stories regarding its derivation. Some individuals believe that it's from the noise of the water rolling over the rocks in the area's beautiful creek, while others like the story of folks sitting for a spell on a rock to talk with a neighbor. Whatever the origin you are sure to enjoy all the area has to offer.

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