Fireside is an incredibly cozy couples cabin in Red River Gorge. Located just minutes from the area's best trails, scenery, and entertainment, it’s the perfect spot to spend your days in this beautiful region of Kentucky.
“Sandy’s cabin was a dream! Everything was clean and well maintained! The hot tub was my favorite part! The kitchen was fully stocked and the bed was cozy! The driveway up to the cabin is a little steep, however, nothing our car wasn’t able to handle. We highly recommend this cabin for your stay! The deck provides a great view and when it rains you’re in for a treat when it hits the roof!”
Go Baby Go! Come enjoy a little horsey fun in the Derby Darlin', our favorite (and first) "glamper" (glamorous camper), parked at Nolin Lake. You get to stay in our fully renovated vintage camper, with heat, AC, gas stove, microwave, frig, potty, shower & finish pole(!) that sleeps 4. There's a playground and on-site boat rentals, (one with a slide), and sits right next to the Nolin Lake State Park, with public beach & boat ramp, which is just a short walk away. We hope to see you soon!
Our beautiful rustic tiny house cabin is the perfect couples getaway or just a great place to stop in for the night. Our tiny house sits down by our pond tucked away into the woods and is very private and secluded. Sit out on the front porch and watch the deer. Play games, read a book, go fishing or just rest and relax. Located just off of I65 outside the historical little town of Franklin, KY. We are located between Nashville (45min), Bowling Green (35min) and Mammoth Cave (55 min).
“This is a great little getaway and is exactly as advertised. It's clean as a whistle and cleverly appointed. The surrounding farmland and rolling countryside are nearly worth the price of admission and the house is tucked into a pretty little area in the woods. I will, however, caution you that this is, in fact, a tiny home and at 6'5", I didn't fit very well. Anyone at, say, 6'2" or less will have no problem whatsoever. Regardless, I highly recommend the place.”