This log home has everything you need for the perfect vacation in Palmer, Alaska, United States. The stunning log cabin building can accommodate up to 8 guests with 2 bedrooms, 2 beds, and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire log cabin to yourself. The cabin building is self-check-in with a keypad. This Palmer log cabin building is a gorgeous, comfortable, cabin lodge with huge windows everywhere to let in plenty of natural light. This superb log cabin building is new and comfortably sleeps 6.
The log cabin has a large upstairs loft with a king-sized bed, built-in closets, and a 24-inch television. There is a second bedroom downstairs with a queen-sized bed, built-in closets, and great views. There is a full-sized kitchen with fully appointed GE Slate series appliances and everything that you need. The log cabin has a large great room with a 52 inch 4K HD television and premium channels. There are fast wifi and a cozy wood stove for those cold nights. The log cabin has a nice bathroom and a full-size washer and dryer.
The log cabin building sits on 2 acres of private, wooded property. The log cabin has neighbors but none that you can see too easily so you can relax and truly escape the city but are still only 15 minutes from great shopping, restaurants, and sightseeing opportunities. The log cabin is located only an hour north of Anchorage so you can be there only an hour and 15 minutes after landing at the airport. The log cabin is close to two very nice golf courses just 15 minutes away, a musk ox farm, skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer at Hatcher Pass Mine, and an hour up the road to the Matanuska Glacier. In Palmer (which is only 15 minutes away) you will find world-class restaurants and grocery stores with sushi and olive and wing bars. Guests to the log cabin building have access to everything but the owners do have a locked closet in the utility room.
A log cabin is just one step to being more eco friendly. When you build a log cabin design that uses building materials that come from sustainably managed forests, its just another step to ensuring an eco-building. Sustainable forest management keeps the balance between three main pillars to include ecological, economic and socio-cultural. Sustainably managed forests help to provide integrated benefits to everyone, ranging from safeguarding local livelihoods to helping to protect the biodiversity and ecosystems provided by forests. Sustainably managed forests also help to reduce rural poverty and mitigating some of the effects of climate change.