the Cabin in
the Pines

Relax in peace and solitude…

The Cabin in the Pines is tucked away at the end of a Brown County lane nestled in a piney woods. The Pines is the the perfect vacation spot for two to six people — with plenty of room to relax, cook in or out, and see first hand what is so satisfying about living in a real log cabin in the Hills of Brown County! The Cabin in the Pines is also pet friendly, so you can vacation with your four-legged friends for a small additional fee.

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This three bedroom log cabin offers plenty of room for friends and family with two loft bedrooms upstairs and a third bedroom on the main level. Downstairs, the large, open great room is accented with a cozy Hearthstone gas-log stove, while the dining area has a large, harvest table with a view of the pines — the perfect place for morning coffee.

Soak up the view from the front porch, or relax in the hammock on the large screened-in back porch. The Pines is the perfect place to experience true relaxation while visiting Brown County, Indiana.

 

The Cabin in the Pines features:

  • 3 full-size beds
  • A complete kitchen with microwave, coffee maker, dishes, utensils and cookware
  • Bed and bath linens
  • Radio, TV and DVD
  • Cozy gas log stove
  • 250 acres of woods and trails
  • Front porch with porch swing
  • Pet friendly (with additional $75 pet fee)

Book the Cabin in the Pines

“I had daydreams and fantasies when I was growing up. I always wanted to live in a log cabin at the foot of a mountain. I would ride my horse to town and pick up provisions. Then return to the cabin, with a big open fire, a record player and peace.”

— Linda McCartney