Tiny Cabin

Tiny Cabin is as cute as it is affordable. Located in the Big

House yard between the parking lot and the gazebo, Tiny Cabin is great for those who don’t like to hike trails. Without doubt, it’s small, but it’s also very convenient. It’s a great speaker cabin to pair up with Big House.

Amenities: 1 double bed, space heater, sink, coffee-pot, access to public restrooms and showers.

Nightly rate: $33.30 April 1st through September 30th
Winter rate: $26.64 October 1st through March 31st

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  1. I had a good laugh after finding out you are renting out this cabin. When I lived at the Lord’s Land, this cabin was only about half it’s current size. Good for you. It looks really nice now, as do all the cabins, and the price is right!

    Comment by Gene Gettig — May 24, 2009 @ 7:30 pm

  2. My two nieces and enjoyed this cabin very much. It was near the play ground, horses and the trees they could climb so they played and played. I also enjoyed having the campfire and outside grill area nearby where we could cook our food.

    Staff were very hospitable, we had a blast!

    Comment by Eshawn — September 22, 2009 @ 3:08 pm

  3. My wife and I just returned today and we really enjoyed ourselves!! We love the tiny cabin and are hoping we can make it again b4 this year is out. Shout out to Cindy and Holly!!! They are a great staff!!! God Bless!

    Comment by De Shawn Kelly — October 6, 2009 @ 12:34 am

  4. Just returned home with my wife from our favorite “lil” tiny cabin. This time around we did’nt spend much time on the land, but we were able to spend great nights together in the cabin and enjoyed wonderful sleep. The Spirit of God hovers there! Thank you Hanna for checking us in! I miss my second home already. – De Shawn Kelly

    Comment by De Shawn Kelly — May 30, 2011 @ 7:10 pm

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