Renovated log cabin sits behind our historic farm house and garage apartment on a wooded hillside. Cabin sits right on creek and has lovely private stone patio attached to upper end, with a great view of creek and woods with rock cliffs. This setting is like a little hidden natural preserve tucked away one of the few "old homeplaces" that still exist in Downtown Boone.
Open your bedroom window to hear the gentle flow of the creek and maybe catch a glimpse of the deer that sleep beneath the rock overhang . The large and updated kitchen is bright and sunny and ideal for weekend cooking. Coffee, tea, homemade granola and yogurt will be provided for guests. The bathroom is freshly renovated, with new shower, bath, sink, and hardwood floor. This rustic cabin with funky-artsy furnishings will inspire your creative juices. Original art and found object sculptures adorn each room. Get creative with the fully supplied art table.
Accès des voyageurs
Guest are welcome to explore any areas of our 3 acre property, but there is a fence between our house and the cabin to give guest privacy,, its easy to walk around the upper end of fence and enjoy the large sunny backyard..
Échanges avec les voyageurs
A key will be left for guests on hook to the left of the front entrance. Our dog, Reuben, might bark but he is old and friendly. Just say his name and he will roll over and beg to be pet. Interaction is at the guests' discretion. If the guests need us, we will be available by phone call or text, and can also walk down to our back porch and knock on door.
Our historic cabin is split level.. the entrance is into a hallway and there are two steps up to kitchen...I have installed handles to hold onto as you step up.. but wanted guest to know there are steps.
I'm a mother of four, 3 daughters in college and a 16 yr old son...besides mothering I have had a variety of jobs through the years...I have been an activity director in a mental health facility, an art teacher in a montessori school, and catered weddings. My interest change often, but lately I have loved playing around with found object art, I enjoy learning about wild edibles,, I love historical novels, and I enjoy therapeutic running (which means I never measure or time myself) and change my route daily. My husband, Bill Dixon, is an Architect, his firm is named Appalachian Architecture, Bill grew up in Boone and has great appreciation for local culture, and preservation.