Ever dream of snuggling up in a cozy creek side cabin and listening to the water gurgle by. You found it! This cabin is constructed of recycled old barn material including the rusted tin roofing material. Perched on the banks of Big Creek with cascading wooden stairs to the creek. Enjoy creek side hiking or fish for wary trout or small mouth bass or you can watch from the forty foot covered deck. Then snuggle into a cozy cabin with one bedroom with queen, a great room with wood burning fireplace and queen sofa sleeper and one awesome bath with claw foot tub and washer/dryer. The cabinets, vanity, end tables and night stands are all custom made of recycled old barn wormy chestnut by Foster Custom Cabinets. Enjoy the fully complimented kitchen with range, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Relax and read a book or kick back and watch the flat screen TV with Directv. Whatever, its all about privacy, comfort and enjoyment. Security provide by ADT.
New cabin built of recycled old barn boards with all the mordern fixins.
- Calendar last updated:
- 10 Dec. 2018
About Jake Jacobs
Wendy and Jake Jacobs have been married over 50 years and have always loved adventure and challenges. They have two sons with whom they work on multiple projects. Jake a former fighter pilot has owned several businesses over the years and they have lived in 7 states. However, upon moving to the Amis Farm in east TN, Wendy declared she was 'home' and Jake agreed. The Jacobs have loved working with old properties beginning with restoring an antibellum plantation home in Louisiana, an 1885 log cabin in Colorado and an 1890 Victorian in South Carolina. Saving the best for last they are now restoring her 5th Great Grandfathers home and community near Rogersville, TN. Making a great team, Jake does the design and construction and Wendy adds the flair and fluff.
Jake Jacobs purchased this Cabin in 2008
Why Jake Jacobs chose Rogersville
Wendy Jacobs and her husband Jake had the opportunity to purchase the Thomas Amis Farm from her distant cousin and jumped at the chance. Thomas Amis was Wendy's 5th Great Grandfather and received the property as a Revolutionary War Land Grant for his military service. He selected this site on Big Creek where Old Stage Road (the original road from Philadelphia to the frontier) ended on the edge of the wilderness. Here he built a stone dam, mill, stone home, forge, foundry, blacksmith shop, tannery, boot and harness shop, store and distillery. The Jacobs are putting it back piece by piece. The first step was to build and open Amis Mill Eatery a family restaurant overlooking Big Creek Dam and water falls. The grounds have been reclaimed and offer walking trails along the creek and through the woods filled with birdhouses to the old family cemetery and home place grounds. Creekside cabin is a short walk or drive downstream from Amis Mill Eatery and the home place grounds.
What makes this Cabin unique
Visitors comment that they feel they have stepped back in time to a more quiet, relaxed life and that's exactly what we want. Yet, we are in the heart of what's happening in Appalachia from Cherokee Lake to Bristol. The east Tn scenery is unparallelled and the history is fascinating.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Very clean, all basic necessities provided
Nestled on a hillside overlooking river, very relaxing & quiet. Enjoyed taking in the history of surrounding area.. Was the perfect getaway for our family. Rustic cabin feel in a perfect environment. Hearing the water ripple over the rocks from the front porch was very comforting. We would love to return in the near future!
The pleasure is always ours, hosting guests that appreciate what we have attempted to capture. Grace and Peace
Loved the town and the place
The staff at the Amis Mill Eatery (very close to cabin) greeted us to check us in and were so welcoming and gracious. Cabin was lovely and had a great backyard right on the water. Rode our motorcycle around and the location is beautiful!
Thank you Julie, it's wonderful guests like you who make doing this so enjoyable. The Amis Staff
Beautiful secluded spot, lush and brimming with wildlife, delicious dining on property, and intriguing early American historical significance.
Comfortable cabin convenient to Rogersville.
The Creekside Cabin is perfect for couples & Jake is a wonderful host. Full of local knowledge & history.. Must see his museum & check out the great eatery too. Highly recommend !! Thanks Jake!! Scott & Sue
Wonderful first visit to Tenessee
The cabin we stayed in was perfect. We thoroughly enjoyed the wood burning fireplace and the larger soaker tub, especially after our hikes. Jake was very accommodating and told us about the area. The little eatery around the corner is friendly and has great atmosphere. We enjoyed a few appetizers and drinks after our hike. This is a good place to get Wi-fi as the cabin itself does not have any. We didn't mind. It was nice to be off the grid for a few days. Highly recommend the cabin and Bays Mountain and planetarium. They have great trails and a nature preserve.
Beautiful creek side cabin located in the heart of the east TN mountains and cradle of history. See oldest stone home in TN built by Thomas Amis in 1781, tour the grounds, visit the cemetery and walk birdhouse trail. Amis was first Senator from area then still North Carolina. Walk the banks of Big Creek and see ruins of original mill or fish for wary trout and small mouth bass. Visit Ebbing and Flowing Spring, one of two reported in the world. Drive to downtown Historic Rogersville settled in 1775 by Davy Crockett's grandparents.