Welcome to Mullins Log Cabin
Come sit a spell and enjoy the day
Open April thru October
I have recently listed my log cabin on
Currently,my log cabin is a non electric structure. However, I am in the process of installing some basic electricity. For nearly 25 years, i have left my log cabin as it might have been in the 1800s.
For the comfort of my guests, i feel it's time to add electricity. Just to be able to have AC, a lamp, or a coffee pot, will make my guests so much more comfortable. My new listing with Airbnb.com has brought about several inquiries, but i cannot blame guests who would not want to spend the night in a historic log cabin, without at least, the comfort of a fan. So, this has been the main reason for the changes, i am currently making. I will post a message when the electricity has been installed. Until then, please be patient, and have a great Summer.
Currently, the cabin has candles and oil lamps for lighting. It has a double bed in the loft, and a sofabed downstairs. It also has a wood burning fireplace. It has an outdoor clawfoot bathtub, and two solar showers available.
Scaffold Lick Creek runs directly behind the cabin. It's a very shallow creek making it safe for children to play in.
There is a clean outhouse and a chamber pot for nightime use.
You'll find an outdoor water spiket that has clorinated water.
I'm located off Hwy. 36 East, just 15 minutes from the new
Ark Encounter. There's 5 acres to explore between the rolling hills in Grant County Kentucky.
If you would like to experience what life might have been like in the 1800s, you will love my log cabin. However, if you are looking for AC, a Jacuzzi, WIFI, and other modern conveniences, then this overnight facility would not be for you.
The closest restaurant is 7 miles away in Corinth, KY.
If you have further questions regarding overnights at my log cabin, you can reach me at: 859-322-3082
Directions to the log cabin
From I-75 in Kentucky, coming from the North, take Exit 154, Williamstown, turn left off exit, right on Hwy. 25, left on Hwy. 36 at silver tepee. Follow 36, 7 miles to Scaffold Lick Creek Rd in Cordova community, turn left at sign, Cabin is just 1/4 mi on right. It's a total of 9 miles from the exit.
Coming from the South, take I-75 Exit 144 Owenton - Corinth, turn right off exit, left on Hwy. 25, then short distance, turn right onto Hwy. 330 East. Drive 4 miles to Hwy. 36. Turn right, go up the hill, then down the next and turn left onto
Scaffold Lick Creek Rd.
From this direction, it's just 7 miles to my log cabin.
The following pictures were taken ealier this year when a mentally challenged group visited the cabin. They had a blast, just doing pioneer chores.
A two hour group tour is just $8.00 per person
It includes a light lunch.
Check out our daily activity on Facebook
Mullins Log Cabin Country Getaway
Guests can now enjoy the new grill
This is a group of ladies from a Northern Kentucky Garden Club, enjoying their
Wild Herb Walk at the cabin.
If you would like to learn about wild plants and their uses, schedule your workshop by emailing me @ email@example.com
Mullins Log Cabin is a place to take a pioneer workshop, where you will learn to weave a basket, or weave a chair bottom.
Mullins Log Cabin is a place where you can bring your loved one for a picnic by the creek, or in the Walnut Grove.
Last but not least, Mullins Log Cabin is a place where you can get married. The last pioneer wedding took place on May 19th.
Please check back often to see what Pioneer Events we have in store for you. To learn about daily activites, check us out on Facebook at
Mullins Log Cabin Country Getaway
Here's some recent wedding pictures taken at my log cabin.
Call me for prices, if you would like to have your wedding at the cabin too.
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Mr. & Mrs. Dave Morris
Married at Mullins Log Cabin May 19th, 2012
Are you planning a small outdoor wedding this Summer or Fall?
Let me help plan your beautiful Pioneer Wedding for a very reasonable fee.
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Michael Fain Married at my cabin
Revelation Trail was filmed at Mullins Log Cabin & Farm In Mid July 2011
You may find out more information by viewing
Revelation Trail on Facebook
Revelation Trail is now available on DVD at Walmart and Amazon.com
You may also see more pictures of the filming, on my Facebook page
Mullins Log Cabin Country Getaway
This movie is a Western Horror Film
It was filmed at 3 different locations, my cabin and farm being one of them.
Here's a few photos taken during the filming.
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Here's some pictures from former herb walks.
If you would like to schedule a private herbal workshop &walk, get a few friends together, and give me a call.
An all day herbal workshop is $40.00
Class will include identification of wild plants, learn their uses, taste some edible plants, also learn how you can use some plants in crafts.
This fee will include lunch.
Bring your camera, notebook, and a desire to learn about valuable wild plants.
I will also be offering a half day class this year. Fee will be 20.00, but will not include lunch.
Springtime at Mullins Log Cabin
This happy Indiana family just took
advantage of the March/April special
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Mullins Log Cabin on a daily basis?
Then check my Facebook page
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If you are planning on coming to my log cabin, please
DO NOT use a GPS device to find your way. It will get you lost. Just follow my printed directions found above.
Thank you, Judy Mulllins, Owner
If you're interested in purchasing my herbal soaps, you can find them at the Country Heart store, Main St. in Williamstown, & the Dry Ridge Antique Mall in Dry Ridge, KY
Pictures shown below were taken at a
Soap Making Class last Fall at
Mullins Log Cabin
Sorry, I no longer give soap making classes at my cabin,since I can't find a company who will insure me for soap making.
Boneset shown below
Field of Evening Primrose
Jeruselum Artichoke _________________________________________________________________________________________
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2010 Herb Walk at Mullins Log Cabin
You can now view my 2010 herb walk on YouTube
Just type in Mullins Log Cabin Herb Walk
On the trail headed back to the cabin.
I am available for herbal workshops at your place or mine. I can travel up to 100 miles to conduct a wild herbal workshop at your place. My fee is based on my travel distance. I charge $1.50 per mile from my home to yours. I'm 10 miles out from Williamstown, KY. For an example I'm 50 miles from Cincinnati. My fee would be $75.00 for an approximate 2 hr. workshop. If you prefer to come to my place, an all day workshop is $40.00 per person. This includes lunch.I have to have a minimum of 3 people.
If you're planning a trip to my cabin, please scroll down, and print directions.
Picture yourself and the one you love in this setting.
Dinner on the front porch, in a quiet, peaceful, setting in the country
Around sunset the concert begins. Not your normal string orchestra, but nature's concert. The frogs, the crickets, and the whipporwhills, begin their nightly musical. To most people, it's like a baby's lullaby.
Guests often comment they have never had such a peaceful night's sleep, as they do at Mullins Log Cabin.
Make your reservations today,September and October are very busy months!
Thanks, and I hope to see you soon.
Judy Mullins - Owner & Innkeeper
When you visit Mullins Log Cabin, you'll see the old traditional country life.Our neighbor, Gene has Holstein cattle, and Belgian horses. He also raises a big garden.Things we all took for granted many years ago, are now a novelty.
We welcome everyone from the city and country alike. People who would like to experience life as it might have been in the 1850s, with coal oil lamps, and candles providing the light, and a wood burning fireplace to help take the chill off, on a cold winter's night.This one room original dovetail log cabin, will take you back to the era of your great grandparents day.
We discourage bringing small children in the Wintertime, since this is an original 1850s cabin, it's not insulated, and might be a little uncomfortable if the temperatures fall down below 30.
First of all for new guests, you need to know that this original log cabin does not have electricity!
Most guests like to experience what it might have been like in the 1850s.
Our cabin is a country getaway in rural Grant County Kentucky. It sits on 6 acres, with a creek flowing behind the cabin, and hammocks setup in the Walnut grove for your peaceful, relaxing stay.
There's one double bed in the loft, and a sofa bed downstairs. Plus enough room for kids to bring their sleeping bags. It has a woodburning fireplace, and a kerosene heater to supplement the heat.
We not only offer overnight stays, but welcome day trips for schools, churches, & organizations.
Would you like to learn about wild plants our forefathers used for food and medicines? We offer workshops on the uses of wild plants and herbs. Other workshops available are chair weaving, and basketry classes.
More answers to your inquiries:
Does the cabin have indoor plumbing?
No, but there is an outdoor water spiket.
Does the cabin have a bathroom?
No, but I do have a chamber pot for nightime use.In warmer weather, you are welcome to take an outdoor bath in the old clawfoot bathtub. I also have two solar showers that you warm in the sun and hang in a tree to take your shower. It might be primitive, but you get clean.
What is the check-in and check-out time?
I am not real picky about this. If someone is scheduled to arrive the next evening after your stay, I ask that you leave by noon, so that i can get the cabin ready for the next guests.
I prefer that guests arrive after 1:00pm.
Do I have to bring my own wood for the fireplace?
No, I furnish wood for the fireplace. However, if you want to build a bonfire by the creek, you must bring your own wood for that. I only provide the wood to keep you warm.
Directions to cabin:
PLEASE FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS BELOW. THREE DIFFERENT GUESTS HAVE RECENTLY GOTTEN LOST BY EITHER FOLLOWING THEIR GPS DEVICES, DRIVING TO BERRY, OR MAPQUEST. JUST PRINT THIS PAGE OUT, AND I PROMISE YOU, IF YOU READ IT STEP BY STEP, IT WILL TAKE YOU DIRECTLY TO THE DOOR OF MY CABIN.
If you are coming in from the South you would take
I-75 North to Exit 144
Owenton - Corinth,
Turn right off the exit, go up to Hwy. 25 (about a mile) & turn left. Drive short distance 1/4mi.& turn right on 330 East. It's 4 miles across this road to Hwy. 36
At the stop sign, turn right.
You'll see a country store on the right, called Crooked Creek General Store. Continue up the hill, and down the next. At the bottom of the hill, you will see a yellow and red sign (Mullins Log Cabin). Turn left onto Scaffold Lick Creek Rd. The cabin is just 1/4mi. off highway on the right.
Total driving time from I-75
About 15 min.& 7 miles to cabin
Directions from the North
Take I-75 Exit 154
Turn left off the exit, then right on Hwy. 25, continue about a mile and a half. You will be turning left onto Hwy.36 at Edmondson's Grocery. You will also see a silver teepee. Continue on Hwy. 36 about 7 miles. You will go through a community called Cordova. When you see a country grocery called Crooked Creek General Store, let this be your landmark, and continue on up the hill. At the bottom of the next hill, you will see the Mullins Log Cabin sign. Turn left onto Scaffold Lick Creek Rd. The cabin is just 1/4 mi. off Hwy . 36 .
It's about a 15 min. drive off I-75
From this exit, the total is about 10 miles to the cabin.
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Herb walk May 2009
View more photos from this fun day, on my herb page.
Family reunion June 2007