The Hideaway is a cozy cabin retreat located in Clifton, Texas, United States. The wood cabin can accommodate up to 3 guests, with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The Hideaway is tucked into the woods and just a short walk to the lake, it has the feel of a cozy mountain wood cabin. The wood cabin has a screened-in porch, perfect for morning coffee, a large screen television, a DVD player, assorted games, horseshoes, and corn hole pitching outside. The Red Canoe Lodge is located at the entrance to Walling Bend Park where you'll find a public boat ramp, swimming, nice picnic areas, and bank fishing. During your vacation stay, you can also just relax and enjoy the wildlife and a quiet retreat by the lake.
The Hideaway is the largest of three cabins at the Red Canoe Lodge, with a plush king-sized bed in the living/sleeping area and a full-sized futon couch in the second room. The Hideaway has a kitchenette that is equipped with an induction cooktop burner, microwave, and appropriate pans, a small fridge, coffee maker, toaster, and coffee. The cabin building also has an outdoor grilling area, fire pit, and picnic table. There is a Welcome Packet which provides plenty of local eatery options as well as other local attractions.
The owners have recently installed a new Firewifi system in this wood cabin to provide a stronger wifi signal and so far, guests say it works very well. The television in the cabin is connected to an antenna that gets most of the local channels along with a host of other channels. There is also a selection of games, a blu-ray DVD player, and an assortment of movies. The Hideaway wood cabin has a screened-in porch with a rocking chair and seating to enjoy during your stay. Guests to the Hideaway wood cabin are welcome to walk about the vacation property.
A log cabin can be good for the environment. The trees that are used for a log cabin help to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as they grow. And even after the tree is harvested, the same carbons are still stored in the wood. A log cabin stores carbons forever. The same cannot be said for other building materials such as steel and concrete. Research has found that 26 percent less greenhouse gas emissions were created when using wood versus steel building materials and 31 percent less greenhouse gas emissions when using wood versus concrete.
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