An Overnight Stay At This Secluded Cabin In Iowa Costs Less Than $100 A Night And Will Take You Back In Time

The small, quaint cabin is cemented into American history as the preferred frontier dwelling for European settlers. One of the more famous wood cabins in American lore is the writer-poet Henry David Thoreau’s, which was approximately 160 square feet. There was also Abraham Lincoln’s childhood cabin, which was believed to have been around 280 square feet. In Iowa, there’s a secluded little cabin that’s a delight to spend the night, and it won’t break the bank, either…

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To learn more or book a stay in this old-fashioned cabin, visit New Hope Farm’s Airbnb listing. And if you love nonconventional stays, be sure to check out this riverfront skoolie!


Address: La Motte, IA 52054, USA