The Shack at Hinkle Farm
South Fork Mountain, Upper Tract, West Virginia
The Shack was originally built to be a weekend retreat for a Washington D.C. family, but has now become an award winning cabin. It's beauty lies in its simplicity.The lighting comes from oil lamps situated in and around the cabin. Heat comes from a small stove on the inside that is also used to heat water. Oh, and the company website has this to say:
"Acknowledging the constant struggle between mouse (and occasionally rattlesnake and bear) and man, the shack sits upon four wood posts with rodent barriers, a detail borrowed from local corn cribs."
So, there ya go. What more could you ask for in a weekend getaway?