150 Year Old Rustic Cabin MUST SEE
Located in central west Tennessee, in Crockett County, is a 150 year old rustic cabin you must see! Situated in the southern historical village called Green Frog Village, on Highway 412, you will find the Delaney cabin. Nestled amongst succulent berry fields and surrounded by cotton fields, you will enjoy a unique, quiet and serene stay. The cabin which was built in 1880, has been completely restored to offer you the comforts of home away from home. The quaint cabin is able to sleep up to 4 people with 2 on the main floor and 2 in the loft. Enjoy a soak in the claw foot tub or curl up in front of the cozy fire place. The fully equipped kitchen is stocked with breakfast items. Brew yourself a cup of coffee, plunk yourself down in one of the rocking chairs on the porch and watch the sun rise over the cotton fields. It is the perfect way to start your day.
Green Frog Village was started in 1991 by Dr. John Freeman. It includes a cotton museum, school, print shop, chapel and more. You can take a tour of the village or tour the extensive grounds, walk along the lake or rest in the gazebo and watch the world go by. In season you can pick blueberries and blackberries. Be sure to make time to explore the Loiuse Pearson Arborterum. The Arbetoreum is a botanical garden devoted to trees and has over 75 speices of trees labeled. A project of the Bells Garden Club, it began in 2001 and was named in honour of former Bells Garden Club member, Loiuse Pearson.
So whether planning a wedding or just needing a quiet place to get away, this 150 year old rustic cabin is the perfect place to stay. Check it out at 'Green Frog' or by visiting the link below.
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