Luxury 1 Bedroom 2 Story Cabin in Gatlinburg Falls

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This wood cabin is available for rent and has everything for families or couples including a hot tub, multi-game arcade, pool table, air hockey and great views on two outdoor decks. The cabin building is completely stocked with kitchen appliances for cooking and comfortably accommodates up to six people. This log house is located in Gatlinburg Falls Resort where guests have access to a workout room and a swimming pool when in season. The cabin building is 1,664 square feet with two floors for privacy and space enough for everyone to be comfortable. This cabin building offers all of the amenities of a home and a vacation resort. And as good as the wood cabin is, is the resort community where this cabin building is located. This wood cabin is priced at $120 a night and is less than 10 minutes away from Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge. You will find this wood cabin at the Airbnb site.

This wood cabin rental is just one of the ways you can enjoy wood cabin living. There is something about the rustic ambience of a cabin building, and it's connection with Mother Nature, which makes owning a log or staying in a wood cabin the popular choice over more conventional construction. Longtime log house homeowners say log and wood cabins offer rich rewards over stick and brick homes. The benefits of a wood cabin start with the building materials. Trees are a renewable resource. Since trees are a renewable resource, log houses and wood cabins are one of the greenest types of builds. When a log house is built from solid logs, you are effectively taking the carbon that is contained in those logs out of environmental circulation over the entire course of the log houses life. Moreover, some log house and wood cabin producers harvest standing dead timber which is a result of pesky insects or purchase logs that come from forests certified as sustainable. Some builders are constructing log houses and wood cabins to green building standards as well. Log houses are also long-lasting. If a log house is built properly, it can last you and your family for generations.

The warmth of wood. Wood is warm to the touch, and that has to do with something known as thermal mass. Thermal mass is a natural property in the logs that helps to keep the inside temperatures of log houses comfortable in all seasons. This allows the log walls to collect and to store energy, then radiate it back into the log house. Super energy efficient. Provided the log house or wood cabin is sealed properly between the foundation and the first course of the logs, between the log-to-log connections and where the roof system meets the log house wall, you can have a super energy efficient cabin building. Peace and quiet. Log houses are often quieter than stick built home designs, and that is thanks to the same thermal mass that also helps to provide energy efficiency and the sound deadening effects of wood walls. The acoustical benefits of a log house wall, therefore, are the reduced transmission that is provided by its solid mass and the sound deflection that is provided by the profile of the log, this includes the angle, the shape, and texture of the log surface. These are just a few of the benefits of a log house build, and it's not surprising that they are as popular today as they were in the past.

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