The house that is known as Cedar House Inn has been a local landmark for over 25 years due to its location and rustic character.
The two-story cedar structure features a passive solar design with stain glass windows and a rock front porch.
It has been welcoming guests seeking a comfortable stay in an eco-friendly "green" environment since August 2003.
We started the inn with a green emphasis before green was a common topic. At the beginning some people thought we were odd for being green which we considered a compliment.
Inside you will sense a relaxed and cozy atmosphere with rough sawn cedar walls and ceilings in the living and dining rooms. Quarry tile floors covered in colorful oriental style rugs, exposed posts and beams, and a wood stove add to the character.
Inn and yurt guests have access to the living room with the following:
Living and dining areas with a rustic/lodge atmosphere.
Wood stove for warmth on those cool days/evenings.
No kitchen facilities for guest use.
An outdoor patio for relaxing.
Covered front porch.
Numerous Adirondack chairs for reading or bird watching. We have many gold finches and humming birds.
Permaculture vegetable gardens (we will be happy to share how it works).
"Although we recycle at home, we probably waste without being aware. You have certainly given us an awareness that will help us make small changes to "Going Green" and small changes can make a big difference in the future for our girls." The French's, Georgia
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