Our guesthouse is a lovingly restored antique log cabin dating back to the 1820s. It sits on a beautiful hill overlooking the vineyard, just steps from the Winery and Tasting Room.
The cabin was moved to our site in 2006 from Rogersville, Tennessee, which was settled in 1775 by Joseph Rogers, grandfather of Davy Crockett.
After the cabin was disassembled, the logs were loaded onto a flatbed truck and delivered to our Vineyard’s property. The former proprietor, Raymond Castleberry, reconstructed the cabin and supervised the rebuilding of the roof system, porches, chimney, and all of the finishing details that make our cabin unique.
The cabin has three covered porches for you to take in the views and firepit for your private use during your stay.