About this listing
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FOR 4 - 6 NIGHTS NOW THRU THE END OF OCTOBER. AIRBNB MEMBERS BOOK TODAY! VISITORS, DROP US A LINE TO INTRODUCE YOURELVES! Nestled in the woods of West TN, this log cabin, with wraparound deck and screened porch, is a perfect getaway for nature lovers. Wake to a medley of bird songs and breathtaking views of Indian Lake. For stargazers, come nightfall the sky's the limit!
Just steps out the front door, down our winding trail, lies beautiful 132-acre Indian Lake, home to fish, bald eagles, blue heron, turtles, frogs, ducks and other animals. Bring your binoculars, camera, sketch pad or journal. We are located in a quiet, private, gated community with paved roads, great for a morning walk or afternoon stroll. Deer and wild turkey can often be seen on the grounds.
Guests can make themselves at home with access to two bedrooms, bath with tub and shower, the porches, the yard, kitchen privileges and Mother Nature.
Interaction with guests
The owners may or may not be on the property while guests are visiting but are always happy to offer information on getting around the area.
Indian Lake is a quiet, private, gated community nestled half way between Memphis and Nashville. Though it's worlds away from city life, it's just 10 minutes from the new 1000 acre Carroll County Recreation Lake, 20 minutes to the The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center and Hal Holbrook Theatre in Huntingdon, and 20 minutes to historical Bailey's Crossroads. Jackson is just 30 minutes southwest and Amish farms, with fresh produce in season, dot the hillsides of the area.
Tennessee is renowned for its natural beauty and West Tennessee is no exception. There are seven state parks within about an hour's drive--a nice day trip--of Easy Street. From hiking and fishing to Native American and Civil War history, these parks have a little something for the adventurer in you: Big Cypress State Park, Paris Landing State Park, Nathan Bedford Forrest State Park, Chickasaw State Park, Pinson Mounds State Park, Natchez Trace State Park, and Mousetail Landing State Park. Even beautiful Pickwick Landing State Park (known for it's famous Tennessee River catfish tales) is only an hour and a half's drive from Easy Street. So what are you waiting for? Pack your hiking shoes, your binoculars, and your fishing pole and book a spring date with us!
There is private off road parking on the property but the garage is reserved for the owners.
Other things to note
Please be aware that while you are visiting Easy Street, as well as anywhere, you are stewards of the earth.
Easy Street House Guide and Rules
Easy Street is our family's personal getaway so the master suite is reserved for us. Adults only please; we have two lovely guest rooms available to you. No pets, smoking or hunting allowed. Please enjoy the wildlife in the area.
Before you arrive:
There is a code to the Indian Lake gate, which changes often, so we'll give you that the day before you arrive.)
Turn on the instant hot water switch located in the lake front BR closet, on the right, near the floor. Turn it off when you go to bed for a quiet, peaceful night's sleep.
Set thermostat to 68-72 degrees. NEVER turn thermostat off.
While you're here: No smoking please. In emergency, call 911.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER IS IN THE STREET SIDE HALL PANTRY HANGING ON THE RIGHT.
FIRST AID KIT IS UNDER THE BATHROOM SINK.
There will be light breakfast foods/coffee/creamers/sugar/sweeteners & some fruit, etc. in the fridge for you.
There are ice trays, ice and filtered water. The ice maker is precarious so we do not use it.
There are condiments. Use what you need but please leave us a note if you deplete anything so we may replace it.
If there is beer in the fridge, it's ours. Beer is sold at the Country Store in Cedar Grove. Their hours are posted in our Location section of this listing.
There's a grill so bring charcoal and fluid if you want to cook out. Please pull the grill away from the house to use it.
Please wash your dishes or use paper plates. There is no dishwasher.
Please open (push up) the flue before lighting a fire. It is a black metal ring in the fireplace centered above the logs.
When you leave:
Please leave the bed(s) you use turned back so we know which sheets to wash.
Please place all used towels, etc., on the washer in the closet in the street side BR.
Please make sure the flue in the fireplace is closed (pulled down) before you leave.
Please leave dishes washed.
Please leave ice trays filled.
Please unplug coffee pot, toaster oven and toaster, and turn off all fans.
Please do NOT turn the thermostat off; set on 62 in winter and 76 in summer.
Please leave the breezeway light turned on.
Please close and lock the windows and doors.
Please take your trash and recycling with you. We have no trash pickup.
Most of all, enjoy your stay beginning to end. Easy Street is a wonderful place to relax and share good company.
Come see us again! Sherri & Michael
Michael plays guitar. Sherri loves travel. We both love gathering with friends at Easy Street. Since our cabin is a getaway destination, we are helpful but very hands off with guests, letting you relax and unwind and/or explore this beautiful natural setting on your own.