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The Stott House Log Cabin

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The Largest of the Cabins of Hatfield Lakes

Persons Rate Per Night
2 Persons $295.00
4 Persons $345.00
6 Persons $395.00

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  • Log and Stone cabin
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Stone Fireplace in Living Room
  • Full kitchen with bar table
  • Dining room seating for eight
  • Wrap around verandahs with dining table for 14
  • Air Conditioning
  • High Speed Internet available for an additional $25 per day
  • Satellite TV in every bedroom, kitchen, and living room
  • Located a quarter mile from the lake.

Our 110 year old log cabin, named the STOTT HOUSE, was named to commemorate the family that homestead the land and built the 110 year old farmhouse. Ida, Jake, and Tom, English immigrants, claimed this wilderness land in the IOWA HEARTLAND. The Stotts used horse and wagon to develop the farmland to feed their family and livestock....... The Stotts built the original home from various houses that they pulled, by horse and buggy, to the farm. They built the home piece by piece and lived in the home during their lifetime.

The Hatfields rebuilt and restored the 110 year old home using logs, installing hand hewn beams, adding massive porches, and updating the interior. The Stott House still has the style of and the "feel" of the vintage home built over one hundred years ago.

This unique, one-of-a-kind vintage cabin, is built with the western/lodge decor throughout. We designed the cabin with antler chandeliers, log beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, copper and slate counter tops, hand hewn massive log and iron beds, pedestal sinks, hair-on-hide sofas and furnishings, and hand painted armoires and cabinetry.

Cabin Details:

Our Log Home has three bedrooms.....and two bathrooms. The lower floor has an entry with mesquite breakfast table. The kitchen is a full kitchen with all major appliances and bar table.

The dining room, with wraparound windows, and seating for eight, is located in the former porch area and is one of the best places to observe wildlife.

The living room has old fashioned windows that reach to the floor. The antler chandelier illuminates the western and lodge art. The stone gas fireplace adds romance to the lower level of the cabin. Hardwood floors and the abundance of dark, heavy wood, creates intimate and homey spaces.

The lower bedroom has a massive hand hewn king log bed, antique armoire, and antique furnishings. The lower bathroom (with washer and dryer), is located about ten feet from the bedroom, and near the kitchen.

The two story log cabin has a vintage winding narrow staircase (23 inches wide) leading to the two bedroom and one bathroom. Two bedrooms are located on the top floor. The red bedroom has two massive log twin beds, with sloping "old-time" slanted farmhouse ceilings. The gold bedroom has an iron-twig king bed, with the slanted farmhouse ceilings. The blue bathroom, with pedestal sink and tub/shower, is located next to each bedroom.

The wrap-around, three-sided log and beam porch was designed to create the perfect relaxing outdoor spaces. We have a dining table, which seats 14, made of massive tree roots. The hardwood rocking chairs, and bench seating is the perfect place to watch the wildlife, sit under porch ceiling fans, enjoy the 200 year old trees, and enjoy the lake views.

Winding sidewalks, log garage, and log outbuildings complete the vintage wildlife look of our very private cabin.