Cozy Lavish Cabin Rental on Angelina River in Jasper, Texas
- Private Barbecue
Once through the main doors, guests will walk into the downstairs living area. Originally built in the early 1900's from hand-hewn logs, this common space now features a fireplace, a couch chair, a rocking chair, as well as a pop-up trundle bed and two half sleeper chairs for additional guests to make use of.
The fully functional kitchen is equipped with a stovetop, a microwave, a coffeemaker, a broiler oven, and refrigerator.
Upstairs in the loft, guests will find the main bedroom, which has one full-size bed, two side tables, and ample light streaming in during the day. This is the main sleeping choice for most guests as it offers privacy, as well as an exquisite view of the forest from either window.
The bathroom has a sink, a toilet, a lovely relaxing bathtub, and all the toweling essentials guests could need.
Outside, guests will find plenty of seating space on the front and back porches amid the beautiful surroundings. There are hammocks hanging in the riverside garden, rocking chairs, swings, as well as a nearby riverside deck and floating dock. Guests will also have access to both a charcoal and a gas grill to use for any outdoor cooking urges that may arise.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Double bed
- Movie library
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- BR/DVD player
- Docking station
- Cooking basics
- Private Barbecue
Onsite professional massage therapy is available (by appointment and cash payment only.)
Location + Surroundings
- Wildlife watching
For those guests that love the outdoors, Angelina river is a sublime location for bird-watching. In addition to the typical woodland birds found in these areas, the surrounding lakes and the river attract an impressive array or waterfowl in migration and winter, including loons, grebes, white pelicans, gulls, and terns.
Kayaking and canoeing are other options when outdoor activities are being considered, with a wide variety of trails, ranging from easy to moderately challenging to choose from, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this area. Once known as "The Big Thicket", the river runs through a hardwood bottomland in the pine woods of East Texas. A kayak is suggested as the best option when paddling through the water, and the ideal way to stare up into the abyss of the treetops while scanning the scenery for the various wildlife on display.
Hiking enthusiasts can also opt to traipse through the national forest in search of what is known by locals, but not by many others, as "The Blue Hole". An immaculate lake consisting of crystal blue water and surrounded by tall Texan pines, and also one of the only, if not the only, accidental lake to be found in Texas.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old