Antique cabin on working farm.

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Entire cabin hosted by Sandra

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Very comfortable antique cabin in the countryside. One bedroom with twin beds, and loft with full mattress accessed by ladder. Bath with shower and kitchenette with micro, fridge, stove, toaster and coffee maker. In ground swimming pool. Rear porch and yard look out on pastureland with cattle, goats, poultry, and horses.
Location is very convenient to I-20. Cabin is well over 100 years old and quite rustic. It is very small, but has what you need. Cabin has cable TV and WiFi internet (Comcast)

The space
This cabin was, at one time, the commissary on the plantation. A small front porch has been added.
The main house on the property was built in 1856, and the cabin was likely constructed soon afterward. Although made livable by the current owners with bath and kitchen, it is in pretty much original condition. The ceilings are quite low, so the cabin my not suit a tall person. The doorways to the bathroom and to the back porch are quite low The overall cabin dimensions are less than 400 square feet, so it is a “tiny house”. Again, it is rustic. Think “bunkhouse”.
The loft is open to the main area on one end, and, although provided with a fan, which pulls in some cooler air can be rather warm on very sunny midsummer days.
Basic cookware and dishes are provided, as well as farm fresh eggs from pastured flock as available. If you are looking for authentic, this is it. The little cabin is very clean, and very comfortable.
Note: A wee screened porch overlooks the pasture where the dairy goats, Zebu cattle, and, sometimes our horse.. The chickens also roam this pasture in the daylight hours.
There is a fire pit in front of the cabin that guests may use for an evening campfire and to roast marshmallows. We keep a supply of wood on hand.
Please take note that, due to the age of the cabin, the ceilings in the rear portion of the cabin, as well as the doorway to the screened porch are rather low. Taller folks need to take care.

Important: There are no added “cleaning fees” . Airbnb does add a service charge, and collects the occupancy taxes, but we have no added charges.
The cabin will comfortably accommodate up to three guests, if one is able and willing to climb the wall ladder to the loft. If there will be more than three persons in your party, you must clear this with the owners prior to booking.
Also, we can allow no “ pool parties or celebrations” with outside guests.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
2 single beds
Common space
1 floor mattress

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Private pool
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Backyard
Luggage dropoff allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

2 nights in Thomson

Mar 18, 2022 - Mar 20, 2022

4.97 out of 5 stars from 275 reviews

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Where you’ll be

Thomson, Georgia, United States

About 20 miles to Augusta. 18 miles to Ft. Gordon gate 2. Convenient to Clark Hill Lake (Lake Thurmond). Also, a good place to stay if you are here for activities with the Belle Meade Hunt or Pinetop Farms Eventing. About 19 miles to Wildwood Park. Straight drive down I-20 to The Augusta National.

Hosted by Sandra

  1. Joined in August 2016
  • 277 Reviews
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Retired RN. Currently farm a small-holding with dairy goats, Zebu cattle, chickens. Sometimes there is a horse in the pasture as well. There are three adult Great Danes on the property, and occasionally puppies. Married to the same guy for 55 years, and have five grown children and fifteen grandchildren. Have antique business. Iditarod fan, and love to travel to Anchorage for the start, and Nome for the finish. Enjoy water sports, too. Love arts and crafts, but am seriously handicapped by a profound lack of originality and talent. Stay busy in the garden growing flowers, vegetables and fruit.
Retired RN. Currently farm a small-holding with dairy goats, Zebu cattle, chickens. Sometimes there is a horse in the pasture as well. There are three adult Great Danes on the pro…

During your stay

Available for questions or concerns by phone, text, and usually in person.

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Show more
Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy