A storybook-type of log cabin, Dogwood Hills stands ready to give you a cozy welcome.
Situated along a pretty roadside, this cabin will accommodate 6 guests, and is practically next door to a wide variety of interesting activities for all ages.
Hardwood floors, exposed log walls, a native stone fireplace
with gas logs, and cathedral ceilings set the stage for a romantic interlude,
or a congenial gathering of your best amigos.
Two bedrooms, one on each level,
are each outfitted with a queen-size bed, and each level has its own full bath, too.
to find a loft sitting area which overlooks the living room, and offers a futon that can open up to create an additional sleeping space for kids or a third couple.
The fully equipped kitchen
allows those who know their way around a skillet a chance to do their ‘thing’.
A covered front porch ,
and a deck
out back are where you’ll want to sit and listen to crickets and frogs tune up for their nightly performance in warm weather months.
There’s a fire pit and a hot tub
on the more private backside, too, so be sure to take advantage of the magical relaxing powers of each.
When the time comes for a little relaxation, and you want a cozy and quaint log cabin…book your stay for Dogwood Hills.
It’s only a short hop from Nashville, and about 15 minutes from the village of Story.
You’ll also be just a short drive from zipline adventures or horseback riding at Rawhide Ranch;
while paintball, ziplines, and ATV tours, may lure the outdoor enthusiast to Valley Branch Retreat.
Of course, you’ll be mere minutes from golfing at Salt Creek Golf Resort, as well as hiking, mountain biking,
and the ever-popular roadside picnic in Brown County State Park. Meanwhile, back in Nashville, the proprietors of boutiques, galleries,
and shops stocked with all manner of locally crafted wares hope you’ll spend some time with them, as well. There are numerous restaurants
(some with live music), and opportunities for entertainment like stage productions at the Brown County Playhouse, the puppet show at Melchior Marionette Theater,
and panning for gold at Gatesville. Come to Brown County and have a ball!