In a world where everyone’s going 100 mph in their daily grind, escaping to an off-grid cabin and slowing down to reconnect with nature invigorates the mind and body. Sitting on a 50-acre patch on the Appalachian Trail littered with trees is the compact holiday residence entitled the Lost Whiskey Cabin.
The 160-square-foot cabin by Green Spur has a name inspired by the Whiskey Hollow and Lost Mountain landmarks nearby. It’s also part of the Lost Whiskey Club, which features a mobile whiskey bar, communal farmhouse, and holiday rental cabins. Combining Scandinavian minimalism and Virginia countryside style, this is a beautiful abode where you can escape the grip of technology. The concrete dwelling contains a Murphy bed that transforms into a table, concrete sink with battery storage, wood-burning stove, LED-lit outdoor deck complete with a Dutch hot tub, fire pit, and hammock. The concrete floors, walls, and ceilings are all exposed for a raw, industrial atmosphere while the glass doors offer captivating views of nature. Book a stay at this cabin to unplug and unwind.
First published on HiConsuption.com