Christmas Cabin in Arkansas is Like a Hallmark Holiday Movie
With the Christmas season fast approaching more people will start venturing out looking for something to do with the family. Have you ever considered staying in a cabin for the holidays and I'm not talking about any cabin but a holiday-themed cabin in Ozark, Arkansas? Talk about decking the halls!
Christmas Tree Lane is like being in a Hallmark Channel holiday movie surrounded by the splendid beauty of the surrounding Christmas tree farm. Generations of families have been coming here years to make memories, purchase a tree, or stay at the one-of-kind decorated Christmas cabin.
Christmas Tree Lane Cabin
The 3-bedroom, 5 beds, 2 baths with a jacuzzi can accommodate up to 8 people for a holly jolly good time. The open living dining and kitchen are stocked with everything you need to make this the perfect stay even cocoa for making s'mores on the open fire pit outside the cabin.
This charming rustic Airbnb cabin is fully decked with twinkling white lights that seem to dance off the vaulted ceiling and rustic-looking metal and Barnwood. Tastefully, decorated from the outside with homemade wood-carved trees around the wrap-around porch.
Lighted trees adorn the inside that takes the place of lamps on each side of the bed. There are plenty of board games, and a great selection of holiday movies to watch.
There's even a spiral staircase that leads to the top of the bedroom loft
Christmas Tree Farm
And with the Christmas tree farm just steps away you can roam down the rows of trees to see if you can find one to take home with you. The Christmas Tree Farm specializes in a variety of trees of all sizes and heights.
So, if you are looking for somewhere to escape the hustle and bustle of the city the Christmas Tree Lane is the perfect getaway for the holidays or anytime because the cabin stays fully decorated year-round.
So, if you are unable to stay this time around and you still want to preserve the magic of the holiday season you can book your stay for a different time of the year.
The host Jim and Karen Lane invite you to come out to the farm whether you stay or not to help celebrate the season.
You know that verse in the song, Here Comes Santa Claus, Here Comes Santa Claus, Right down Santa Claus Lane. They should change it to say, Right down to Christma Tree Lane.