The 1842 former church was remodeled as an environmentally friendly cabin with 1500 square feet of living space, wooden floors, and old barnwood furniture.
It has plenty of space for sleeping and dining, laughing with your family and friends and most of all it’s back to nature.

There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and wonderful kitchen and dining area has a recycled barnwood dining table that can fit up to 10 guests at a time.

The grounds contain 90 acres of beautiful wildflowers, your own private Wayne National Forest with carved out hiking trails. A stream located on the property is a place to wade in the water, pick up stones, dabble at fishing off the bridge, and drive a few of your own golf balls. Plenty of room on the porch for family gatherings.

The master bedroom has two custom-built queen beds made from recycled barnwood with fresh linen on good quality mattresses. A second bedroom has two twin beds. For larger groups, a futon and rollaway bed provide additional sleeping. Extra pillows and blankets are stored in the closet for big families or friends. There is also space for tents and a camper.

The cabin has two bathrooms — lower with custom tile shower, upper with a cast-iron claw-foot tub supplied with relaxing bubble bath. The cabin is cooled with room air conditioners. A nice gas log stove keeps the log cabin warm and cozy in the winter months. This historical cabin surrounded by nature is beautifully decorated

It makes you escape from reality. As many guests say – there is so much magic and it’s heaven to all of us.

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