Discover this Yosemite A-frame Cabin – the minimalist main room is majestic

When dreaming of a log cabin getaway in the wilderness, it is rare that we imagine a boring, normal, cookie-cutter type house. Log cabins have their own unique character: a combination of design, construction, and the surrounding natural environment makes each log cabin different from the next.
Today we are going to explore a log cabin which has a lot of individual character. This stunning A-frame cabin is located in Yosemite National Park, California. It is positioned among beautiful tall trees, with close proximity to meadows, swimming holes, and hiking trails. A-frame cabins are different and are a quirky take on the back-to-basics log cabin lifestyle. 
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Let's start by exploring this cabin's exterior...
First impressions of this vacation retreat are very strong. This rustic cabin has a gorgeous facade made of wood which has blended into its surrounding environment naturally. Nice!
The red roof is an attractive addition which gives this cute cabin its own character. The rear of the house has a small porch for sitting, relaxing, and contemplating. 
The front of the house has a large deck area which is comfortable and spacious. The porch is open on one side, extending the panoramic views of the surrounding woodlands.
This A-frame cabin is constructed using an attractive wood which is immediately eye-catching, with rustic accents throughout the home. Shall we take a look inside?
What a dramatic living space! The open-concept main room is finished with a minimalist style which increases the sense of a clean, bright, and airy living area. Lovely!
The large windows at the rear of the house ensure this cabin benefits from an abundance of natural light. The brightness of the sunlight highlights the natural grain in the wood.
The kitchen area in this rustic cabin is a simple space which offers everything you require to preparing a meal. The black cabinetry is an attractive feature, whilst the open floor plan means it is a social place to cook.
The ground level is completed with a designated dining area fit to house a large table. Direct access to the porch makes outdoors dining a simple option.
This A-frame cabin has a double-sided sleeping loft, hosting a queen-sized bed on one side and two single beds on the other. The bedroom benefits from the A-frame construction, with ample headroom and great natural light.
The minimalist design which runs throughout this cabin is present in the sleeping loft too. A simple space to retire at the end of the day - inviting!
The bathroom is tastefully adorned and is exquisite in its simplicity. The large shower is finished with beautiful natural materials which add to the room's character.
A place to sit, relax, and enjoy the surrounding woodlands is an integral part of any log retreat. This rustic A-frame cabin has a wide porch - perfect for quiet evenings in the forest.
Fancy taking your lunch outdoors? How does a dining set in a meadow sound to you?
As day turns to night, enjoy the warmth of a roaring fire and conversation with your friends and family. 
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