Monday, June 2, 2014
Room for all
Finding a well maintained, clean, and comfortable cabin can be a task in itself. What about that same cabin with a private, natural Beavers Bend setting? The Beavers Bend Hideaway private 40 and 20 acres tracts are home to six three queen bedroom cabins. The 40 acres is dedicated to five of the three queen bedroom cabins. The acreage has several ponds. One of those is stocked and considered a catch and release only. Around this fishing pond set three of the cabins. They are Water's Edge, Tranquility, and Redbud Retreat. They are approximately 45 yards apart from one another. About 200 yards from this pond is where the Bear's Den cabin is located. Then separated by a small pond, about 60 yards away, is the last of the three bedroom cabins. This cabin is called Shaui Chukka. Only guests of the cabins have use of the forty acres and the fishing pond. The property has a paved blacktop road that is perfect for a stroll or bike ride. Outdoor activities with ample space can be enjoyed throughout the acreage.
The other private 20 acres are reserved for the Seclusion cabin. It is also a three bedroom cabin. However, it has two king sized and one queen sized bed. All of the cabins sleep a maximum of eight guests, children included. From this property, you have panoramic views of the natural woods as far as the eye can see. You will see no other cabins, roads, buildings, or anything from Seclusion. It is as secluded as you can get in the Beavers Bend area.
These cabins are currently being managed by Beavers Bend Log Cabins, and can be referred to by cabin name or as Beavers Bend Hideaway when inquiring.