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The Love Shack is an absolutely charming cottage featuring 2 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms plus a sofa-bed in the living room. This quiet getaway far removed from the stress of city life, but conveniently located 30 to 45 minutes from Nashville. The perfect place for romance, peace and quiet, or just reconnecting with loved ones.
Located at the end of a winding one lane road, Love Shack is nestled in the forest of Big East Fork Conservation Easement. Surrounded by the cool, calm forest, Love Shack holds privacy for lovebirds and people who just want to get away. Come experience the healing powers of nature in the Love Shack!
About the Owner
Jonathan and Melisa Strickland O
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:July 2016
Interaction with guests:
At Love Shack, you will be isolated amidst abundant nature, but should you wish to meet new friends, Big East Fork Retreat is close by and always looking for new friends! We generally leave our guests alone, but may visit at appropriate time to say hello.
All guests MUST pay State and County taxes (13.5%) before check-in. To avoid delay in check in, pay the taxes electronically before you arrive. PaayPal works great!
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
3:00 PM check-in
1 Full bath
1 Half bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
AU$111 / stay
AU$555 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Love Shack sits atop a ridge adjacent to Nachez Trace National Park and neighbors Leiper’s Fork; home to many country music stars and media personalities. The land is surrounded by Big East Fork Retreat which boasts miles of hiking trails that access small waterfalls, lakes, ponds, meadows, and woods. Deer, turkey, coyotes, and bobcats are among the numerous wildlife that call Big East Fork home.
Uber operates here; but a personal or rental car is highly recommended.
How to get there
At the end of Firetower Rd, go past the mailboxes that mark the dirt road leading from the old Firetower circle. Go 1 mile on the dirt road, bearing left at each of two forks in the road.