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Three Pines Historic Log Cabin


Three Pines is a rustic log cabin located on 17 acres with a forest view. Originally constructed in the 1790s by a Revolutionary War veteran, it was relocated to the present location in 2011, where it was reimagined with added modern conveniences. The cabin is great for history buffs and those looking for some peace and quiet in a unique setting.

The space

The logs that compose the cabin were hewn in the 1790s by Captain Phillip Buckner, a Revolutionary War veteran. Throughout the 1800s it housed Morford's tavern and inn, with many guests arriving by stagecoach.

Despite its long history, the cabin is well-suited to the modern guest. It consists of three floors. Upstairs it boasts the Buckner and Morford Bedrooms, containing a queen and twin bed respectively. A bathroom with a shower/bath adjoins the Morford Room.

The middle/ground floor is where guests enter the cabin. Captain Buckner entertained his guests in this space with lavish feasts. In its modern layout, this floor includes the dining room, kitchen, and living room. There is also a lavatory adjoining the kitchen.

Though the basement was not part of the original cabin, it flows seamlessly into the modern layout. It includes the Pine Bedroom (queen bed), the den (futon convertible to a double bed), and a bathroom containing a shower. It is a walk-out basement, with a patio space behind the cabin.

We like to think that we are carrying on the tradition of Buckner and Morford today as we open the door of this historic cabin to you.

Guest access

Guests have access to the entire cabin and nearly 20 acres.
Exact location provided after booking.

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