Legend tells the story of how the Covered Bridge Cabin is on the original road to Nashville…where buckboard wagons,
buggies, and folks on horseback passed through the still-standing covered bridge that is just a short distance from this quaint log cabin.
If seclusion is what you’re seeking, then Covered Bridge Cabin may well be the place for you.
Relaxation begins at the
where a proper swing lures guests to swing and sway to the sounds of nature.
Once inside, you can make yourself right at home in front of the wood-burning
n the large great room with a 40" satellite TV.
The sofa just happens to be a sleeper sofa, so if another couple or the kids need a place to crash,
they can do so right here.
Sharing this space on the main floor is the
and a door leading to the deck on the backside of the log cabin.
Here, your steaming
out door hot tub
awaits…so bring along your swimsuit and let the water massage commence.
offers a king-size bed, a pretty antique dresser, half bath and tree-top view of the woods.
What could be better than your own private living room area, accessed via a catwalk, where you’ll enjoy
cuddling up in front of the gas-log fireplace.
whole space overlooks
the living/dining area below, making the cabin feel very airy and spacious.
The basement level of the cabin provides more sleeping accommodations with a
There is a second
plus a table for puzzles and board games and
a 32" satellite TV.
Bring along some wood and a pack of hot dogs for an old-fashioned
Covered Bridge Cabin is within shoutin’ distance of the Bill Monroe Memorial Bluegrass Park…and only about five miles from downtown Nashville.
There are numerous antique shops, restaurants, craft galleries and studios for your investigation.
Outdoor adventures abound for those who want to try a zipline ride, an ATV tour,
or tour the woods on the back of a horse or mountain bike.
Come see what Brown County has in store for you by booking a stay at
Covered Bridge Cabin!