Stay Overnight In A Cozy Historic 175-Year Old Log Cabin In Arkansas
By Melissa Mahoney|Published November 24, 2020
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A historic farm lies within the grounds of the historic Washington State Park, which is dedicated to when the town was the Confederate Capital of Arkansas during the Civil War from 1863-1865. On the farm is a cozy log cabin dating back 175 years and you can book an overnight stay there.
A pool is also available on the property for guests to use. And you won’t want to miss the continental breakfast of farm-fresh eggs, homemade pastry, yogurt, and orange juice which may either be served at your cabin or inside the Coulter House for a fee. For more information and booking, visit Airbnb or the Coulter Farmstead website.
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