Hello lovely guests and visitors to Carriage Corner! As you may be aware, Jay and I purchased Carriage Corner in Mid-October 2016. We were full of dreams, plans and recipe ideas. Some of them we’ve used and some still need attending to. But, I thought today I’d take a minute and give you a tour of Log Cabin. This room was previously called Plum or One. If you’re curious you can read the why of the room names here.
One of the things that was really important to us was to make the rooms feel lighter, brighter and comfortable. While we hope that you won’t spend all of your time in your room, if that’s what you choose to do, we want you to be comfortable doing so.
Log Cabin’s face lift started with a new sign on the door welcoming you into the room. Next, we took everything out – including the desk and electric baseboard heater. We shampooed the carpets, re-calked the sink, showers & toilet and installed new shower heads. Then the painting started. Everything was painted. Then, we started putting it back together. Seating area set up with a large chair and half, electric fireplace (for heat or ambiance) and a flat screen television with cable. Also, free wireless internet is offered throughout the bed and breakfast.
After figuring out where the bed and chair needed to go, we added a darling little electric fireplace and put the new flat screen television on top of it. I’m really looking forward to decorating this little fireplace for the holiday – I think it might get some stockings. Quite possibly, a tiny tree will go where the fan is currently and I know there will be some twinkle lights added to the room.
The final addition to the room was a beautiful pink and green log cabin quilt that was purchased at the Farmersville Mud Sale in March.
We’ve added some of our personal items to the rooms – the Norman Rockwell plates and a few other things.
Everytime we finished a room – it became ‘my favorite.’ I still love Log Cabin. The layout of the room, the space you get with the couch, fireplace and television. Guests seem to really enjoy this room.
If you promise not to laugh, I’ll even share a little video tour I’ve done of the room. That’s my voice and you’ll hear me when you call to book your room. We are looking forward to meeting you and helping you have exactly the type of get away you are hoping for while visiting Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. I hope you enjoyed this tour of our Log Cabin Room. The just over 1 minute video is too long to upload here, but it can be found on YouTube.