|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Come And Enjoy The Serenity And Beauty Of This Authentic Log Bed & Breakfast. “Cabin on the Hill” features hand hewn square logs, hand carved cedar railings and large porches with much character and authenticity nestled in the woods for a quiet and peaceful stay. Enjoy a home-made breakfast and see the natural beauty of Reynolds Creek, birds, squirrels and other wildlife from the large bay window breakfast area. Delicious strawberries and raspberries are served in season while other KY Proud ingredients such as honey and country eggs are used in preparing breakfast. There is a $10 per adult charge for breakfast when booking with this website. Please call the property owner to make those arrangements. You may book the entire cabin or choose to rent out rooms:
There are three rooms available for rent:
Battenburg Room: The Battenburg Room features a king size bed decorated with Battenburg lace décor. It is located on the main floor and features a large bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower.
Cherry Room: The Cherry Room features a queen size bed adorned with Victorian cherry furniture, two person marble whirlpool tub, bathroom with shower and large closet. It is located upstairs in the loft area.
Western Room: The Western Room features a twin daybed and study area with cable television. It is decorated with Western décor and wood flooring. It is located upstairs and is very private.
Mr. and Mrs. York are both from Russell County. After completing college and first job assignments they returned home to build their home in 1997. Opening 'Cabin on the Hill' B & B is a dream come true for the couple as the plans have been in the making since the house was built. Mrs. York has a background in Family and Consumer Sciences and has 30 years experience in hospitality management, cooking, baking, entertaining, marketing, gardening and farming. Mr. York has a business degree and enjoys building, hunting and fishing. The couple has one son, Jesse, who is 15.
Pam York purchased this cabin in 1997
Come and enjoy the serenity and beauty of this authentic log home built by the Inn Keepers in 1997. “Cabin on the Hill” features hand hewn square logs, hand carved cedar railings and large porches with much character and authenticity nestled in the woods for a quiet and peaceful stay. Enjoy a home-made breakfast and see the natural beauty of Reynolds Creek, birds, squirrels and other wildlife from the large bay window breakfast area. Delicious strawberries and raspberries are served in season while other KY Proud ingredients such as honey and country eggs are used in preparing breakfast. Breakfast dining also available on the screened in back porch.
Enjoy swinging and rocking on the front porch or take a stroll down the hill to see the beauty of Reynolds Creek, poultry house and even the strawberry patch. The couple has many tales to tell about their home. The stair railings were custom made from cedar trees from the family farm while the large banister was made with a chainsaw from a cedar tree. The house is beautifully decorated with earth tone colors mixed with modern style and Victorian furniture and décor. Come and see where the popular 'Plate It Up - KY Proud' cooking show is taped and shown on our local cable channel every week.
The cabin was very clean and comfortable. The kitchen is well stocked with cooking utensils. Would definitely stay here again!
Had a awesome time in this beautiful cabin!
Pam was such a hospitable host to our extended family of five during our stay. Everything was clean and tidy and Pam even left us fresh tomatoes from her garden! A lovely little retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Randy, Pam, and their son Jessi made us feel right at home from the moment we arrived at this beautiful cabin! This is a very modern, top-quality, roomy cabin built by Randy and his father with hand-hewed logs, hardwood floors, very comfortable beds, 2 bathrooms and a Jacuzzi, quality linens, excellent air conditioning, screened-in back porch and front porch both with a great view of the woods and creek, and much more. It is very clean and well-maintained. Pam provided us with a delicious home-made breakfast each morning. We stayed at at here for 3 nights as a part of our 40th Wedding Anniversary and we will gladly recommend this property to our friends and relatives.
I along with my daughter and son-in-law and three granddaughters ages 15, 11, and 9 stayed in Cabin on the Hill from July 18-23rd of this year. The weather was very hot and humid as everywhere in the country but the cabin was air conditioned and I and the girls cooled off outside by wading in the brook below the cabin. The 2 story (loft) log cabin was in the country with beautiful rolling hills and corn and soybeans (I think) growing along the country road where we went for walks and saw a herd of cattle and several horses. The cabin itself was clean and comfortable and homey, decorated in country style. There was a single bed in a room upstairs where I slept and a queen bed in the loft where 2 of the granddaughters slept and an air mattress provided for the third grand daughter to sleep beside the queen bed. My daughter and son-in-law slept in the king size bed in a large bedroom downstairs beside the kitchen. Pam put out some candy for us when we arrived and later after returning from our excursion up north to the ArkEncounter and Creation Museum, she brought us a huge cantaloupe, tomatoes, a cucumber and summer squash from her father's garden down the road. We had time to read or work on our computers on the front porch swing or at the table on the screened in back porch and watch movies with popcorn in the living room at night. All in all it was a memorable vacation for us all in a lovely comfortable real log cabin. We even got to see Diamond Caverns nearby one day.
Russell Springs is a small, rural area with much to see. We are well-known for Lake Cumberland and all it has to offer. In addition, we have U.S. National Fish Hatchery which makes an excellent day trip with educational displays, gift shop and tour of the fish (wonderful for children). Lake Cumberland State Park is another tourist attraction with much to offer. When you see the lake, state park and fish hatchery you may travel on to tour the Amish and Mennonite community and eat home-made ice cream and an array of home-made breads at the bulk food store or check out the old-fashioned dry goods store (Misty Mountain. Stop at the end of your trip and pick up fresh produce at Lavern's. Other points of interest include Haney's Appledale Orchard and gift shop, Maker's Mark Distillery, Shaker Village and Abraham Lincoln's birthplace all within 90 minutes.
|cleaning fee||£61 + Tax|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£81|
Rates are subject to change without notice.
We accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover
Personal checks must be received 30 days prior to arrival.
Each additional person is $35 per night.
2 night min. stay weekends, 1 night stay available Monday thru Thursday.
No refunds for early departure.
Check-in: 3 p.m. CST/ 4 p.m. EST
Check-out: 10 a.m. CST/11 a.m. EST
Entire cabin rental available.