Welcome to McMillan Farms

Family Matters to us!

Our  Fully Furnished Rental Cabin  Is the perfect hide-a-way for you.

All of our rentals are reserved through AirBNB.com. 

 CLICK HERE TO MAKE YOUR INSTANT RESERVATION : https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/246366

Fully Furnished. Linens included!

Queen bed downstairs. King size mattress in the loft. (ladder to the loft)

Full size bathroom with tub,shower,sink, commode and laundry rack.

Full kitchen with all the appliances you will need. Oven/stove, full size refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, crock pot,  electric mixer. Dishes and silverware included.  Bring your own paper towels, paper plates etc.

No laundry facilities in cabin. Coin Laundry is 2 miles away. 

Heating system for winter and a/c for summer.

Screened in back deck facing pond.

Just bring your clothes, food and toiletries  ( toilet paper/ paper towels etc) and stay a while.

Cable tv & wifi included.

 Catch and release fishing included. Bring you fishing gear! Catfish like hot dog weenies and light bread for bait and Bass like any bass bait you use. 

PLEASE do not use hooks that have 3 hooks in one because fishing here as it is all "catch and release" and taking the hook out of the mouth can damage the fish. 

We also require that you pinch the barb off of all hooks for ease of release. Thank you!!

Make your reservation now by calling (423) 823-2867. Please leave a message if you do not get an answer and we will call you back.n Or make your reservation instantly on airbnb.com. Look for our listing in Mosheim!

Our rates are very reasonable!

Nightly rate is: 

$70.00 per night, Monday through Thursday.   

 $ 80.00 per night Friday, Saturday & Sunday. 

Each extra person is $5.00 per night maximum of 4 people in cabin.

 No more than 4 people allowed at a time in the cabin.

Our monthly rate is: $650.00 for up to 2 people. Weekly Rate is $325.00 for up to 2 people.

This rate includes all utilities ( except fuel for furnace), cable tv & WIFI.

 Monthly rates do not include fuel oil for the winter heating.




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