Enjoy a fire in the wood-burning stove while you cozy up on the couch of this log cabin on 3 acres located in Shingletown, California, United States. The cozy cabin building retreat can accommodate up to 4 guests, with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and 2 bathrooms. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The log cabin is self-check-in with a smart lock. You can relax in this newly built log cabin building on over 3 private acres of land at an elevation of 4,300 ft. The 1,350 square foot cabin building has a large master loft with a large private bathroom and a media area.
The log cabin loft also has a balcony that gives you amazing views of the surrounding trees and is the perfect place to listen to birds and watch wildlife. The cabin building is ideal for a couple, friends, small family, or an individual looking for a personal retreat in the forest. For your entertainment, there is a television with no cable, DVD player with a selection of movies, board games, and reading materials including a few books and magazines. There is timberland at the back of the property with plenty of trails to walk or ride a mountain bike (if you bring one along). Lassen National Park is a just short drive away. Also nearby is Lake McCumber.
The log cabin has a wood-burning stove inside that you can use for a fire. There are absolutely no fires outside. There is a fire ban in effect, and the owner thanks you for your cooperation and understanding. The log cabin building has a 4 person maximum at all times with no exceptions. The owner will provide a selection of tea, coffee, hot cocoa, and oatmeal to get your day started. You'll want to be sure to bring along food with you since the nearest grocery store is about 9 miles away. The owner will provide a basket of firewood to use during your vacation stay, but it's a good idea to bring extra since it will go fast. As you are in the forest there is limited cell reception so you'll want to plan accordingly.
It was in the early 17th century that the construction of log cabins became quite popular. Log cabins that had one or more rooms became the typical home for most American pioneers during this era. It was at this time that you would also find log cabin buildings used as outbuildings. Private log cabins would be treated with wood chips in between the log spaces, along with flat stones embedded in clay and placed between the log spaces for insulation.
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