Tour the Vacationer – a brilliant cabin with two bedrooms over 727 square feet

The term "bigger is better" does not necessarily apply when considering a log cabin. It is the simple living space which these rustic retreats offer which complement the outdoors lifestyle. A large log home does not have the same connection to the outdoors that we feel when staying in a smaller cabin.
The Vacationer by Conestoga Log Cabins & Homes is a fantastic example of an ample-sized log cabin which has everything you need to facilitate an outdoors life. The floor plan covers just 727 square feet (67.5 square meters) and includes two bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a loft. Step inside to learn more about this simple rustic getaway.
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This charming log cabin has an attractive log facade, which will weather nicely to perfectly blend into the natural surroundings. A spacious covered porch is featured in the entrance. With a depth of 6 feet (1.8 meters), this deck can easily house outdoor furniture.
This cozy wooden cabin has a well-proportioned kitchen; with ample storage space, attractive countertops, and modern appliances.
The living room and dining area at the front of the house benefit from a double-height cathedral ceiling. Air-filled vertical space can create the illusion of a larger square footage than the actual footprint.
The loft space is accessed by ladder from the living room. Although open to the main area below, it maintains the feel of a secluded nook - perfect for those who value a little quiet time.
The Vacationer has two ground-floor bedrooms - one with a queen-sized bed, the other hosting two single beds. In the pictured example, the single beds are replaced with bunk beds, meaning this quaint floor plan could sleep six adults.
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The bathroom is a small, yet perfectly functional wash space.
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