Welcome to Log Cabin
And no, you aren’t getting an off-site cabin. It was poor planning when we named the rooms, 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 and brighter, cozy and comfortable. When you stay at a bed and breakfast, your rooms should feel welcoming and inviting and that was the feeling we tried to invoke with the calm green paint color, the hand-quilted Amish quilts, and the loveseat. We’ve cleaned up and pared down the amount of decorations in our guest rooms, so you won’t feel uncomfortable staying.
Log Cabin’s face lift started with a new sign on the door welcoming you into the room. I mean, if you’re going to name your rooms after quilts, everyone should know about it, right? Soon, I’ll be looking for a log cabin quilt to put on the bed.
Cozy Seating Area
After trying the bed in several locations, it’s right back on the outside wall. Log Cabin currently has 2 nights stands with matching lamps on either side of the bed. There’s a cozy chair to one side and the overstuffed loveseat, which is perfect for curling up with a good book, on the other. Like all of our guests rooms, Log Cabin has a little electric fireplace. It’s not really needed to heat the room, but many people like to have it on for the romance of it.
Like all of our guest rooms, Log Cabin has a private ensuite bathroom, fully stocked with shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, a shower poof, hair dryer and plush robes. Take your time in the morning getting ready as we have plenty of hot water.
It’s been long enough since we updated the rooms, that it’s about time to start freshening them all up again. I have some plans to add my industrial farmhouse style to this guest room. We also have plans to change and update the art in the room.
The layout of this room makes it one of my favorites here at Carriage Corner. The cozy, comfortable space you get with the couch and the ability to watch television with ease . Guests seem to really enjoy this room.