A 19th Century Inspired Cabin

Imagine yourself following the rhythm of the tracks in a comfortable carriage on a train track surrounded by the beauty of nature. You can feel how peaceful it is. What if this wagon is not on the rails, but has a tiny cabin in the middle of nature? Now we’re going to talk about this tiny cabin today.

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This tiny cabin was built by skilled craftsmen in New Hampshire, inspired by 19th-century design with a keen eye for detail. This nostalgic cabin offers modern amenities and conveniences such as electricity, running water, and numerous sockets to charge your mobile phone.

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The Bathroom:

The bathroom of this cozy cabin has a flush toilet, a shower with hot and cold water, and all necessary toiletries. You will feel at home even in the middle of nature.

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The Galley Kitchen:

The galley kitchen is equipped with a sink and mini fridge, making it easy to prepare simple meals and snacks. There is ample storage space for food and all necessary utensils will be at hand.

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The Propane Stove:

In the colder months, it is heated by a propane stove, which adds to the ambiance of the cabin. You can relax in bed and watch the flames dance while staying warm and cozy.

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The Skylights and Screens:

The cabin features opening skylights that provide natural light and fresh air. The windows also have screens that provide a diagonal breeze on warmer days. The cabin is fully insulated with sheep’s wool, providing a comfortable environment whatever the weather.

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You can rent and experience this cabin for $100 per night. Staying in a cabin is an experience you will never forget. It offers a unique blend of past and present, combining 19th-century nostalgia with modern amenities and comforts. If you are looking for an unforgettable vacation that will transport you to a different time, this cabin is the perfect place.

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