Welcome to Log Cabin by booking a stay at this cozy cottage in Maggie Valley, North Carolina, you will have the opportunity to get a head start on the preparations for your journey to the Smoky Mountains.
The log cabin includes a combined total of 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, providing adequate space for up to 6 guests to stay during their stay.
The Living Area
My mouth drops open in shock as soon as we step inside this quaint little house for the first time because of what we see inside. The living area, which is open to the dining room, is located in a convenient proximity to the kitchen, which is just around the corner from that area.
The dining room and the living area are both open to one another. The layout of the room is completed with the addition of warm and inviting pieces of furniture in the area surrounding the fireplace.
This brings the overall design of the room full circle. In this setting, you will very quickly feel at ease and as though you have completely settled into your log cabin.
When you are in this position, you can view the wonderful lattice work that has been installed on the railings of the stairs and along the edge of the loft. In addition, when you are in this position, you can see the exquisite latticework that has been installed.
The stone fireplace that is built into the side wall of the log cabin is not just there for appearances; rather, it is fully functional and can be used for whatever you need it for. The fireplace was developed as part of the original design of the log cabin.
We genuinely admire how this family has arranged things to give the impression that the place is large and open while at the same time being cozy and welcoming. We have the utmost appreciation for the work that they have done.
The Kitchen of the Log Cabin
The quality of the kitchen is outstanding in every respect. The space is segmented by a very large wooden island that, on one side, features a bar and, on the other side, showcases a significant amount of storage space.
Additionally, you have some highlights of stainless steel appliances here, which highlight the rustic and modern parts, and tie them together very well.
This is an excellent combination of the two styles. This is a stunning example of how the two styles may be combined.
One of the things that we like best about this room is how easily it can be converted into a breakfast bar or a comfortable nook for visitors to rest in and converse with one another while the host works on preparing dinner. This is one of the reasons why this room is one of our favorites.
The Dining Table of the Log Cabin
The dining room is located at the “end” of a “hall” that can be found just around the bend from the living room. The living room is located at the beginning of the “hall.” This is such a nice place, and it is exactly what was needed for the room to have a sense that it is more cohesive.
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