An escape to this collective of rustic pioneer-built cabins is anything but roughing it

Tucked in a rural retreat overlooking Center Hill Lake in Tennessee, this group of two luxury cabins and a chic treehouse creates a dreamy retreat that offers every amenity deep within nature. Situated on 12 wooded acres, the private property features several smaller spaces that together can sleep 14 guests — the perfect mix of togetherness and privacy.
Pioneer-built cabins offer charm in spades, and Tennessee retreat collective House + Sanctuary has outfitted them with every modern necessity.
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In the main cabin, the living room features original wood beams and a stone hearth fireplace. A large sofa and comfy leather armchair face a flat-screen TV, equipped with cable and WiFi.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances including a full stove, oven and refrigerator. A white subway tile backsplash is paired with teal green cabinetry and butcher block countertops. An antique brass faucet is at home in the vintage aesthetic.
The screened-in porch offers panoramic views of the hilltop and lake.
Vertical shiplap siding and exposed beams on the walls and ceilings complete the rustic look in the master bedroom.
A spacious bathroom features a farmhouse vessel sink and freestanding tub, outfitted with antique brass fixtures.
An additional loft sleeping area upstairs includes original log beams.
On the porch, a cozy seating area overlooks the wooded grounds.
The dreamy treehouse offers a private respite above the forest floor.
It features a large studio layout with a queen-sized brass bed, seating space and loft storage area. There isn't a full kitchen, but there is a Keurig coffee station and small fridge.
The bathroom features a free-standing shower and antique pedestal sink, both with antique brass fixtures.
The last cabin features a rustic exterior, tin roof and roomy front porch.
The main living area features a large fireplace and seating area facing a flat-screen TV. High ceilings feature exposed beams, as do the original concrete-and-beam walls.
A vintage Smeg refrigerator is at home in the rustic kitchen, which has butcher block counters, a small stove and a brass faucet over the large farmhouse basin sink.
Vertical wood siding offers an unfinished look in the bedroom, accented by vintage lamp sconces flanking the bed.
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Outside, Adirondack chairs surround a fire pit. The site also boasts an outdoor shower, horse shoes and hot tub.
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