Conestoga Log Cabins and Homes offer a large selection of log cabin kits, for a whole range of purposes.
Maybe you’re looking for a small cabin which you can use as a guest quarters on your property, a new holiday home, or maybe you want to build your dream family log cabin which will last for generations to come.
A log cabin kit offers you a really simple way to achieve this. Rather than go through the challenge of building your own cabin from scratch, a kit allows you to design the ideal cabin, and simplifies the building process.
Conestoga’s cabins are beautiful, low-cost and durable, and they have been in the industry for almost 40 years.
Here are five of their most popular floorplans. All of their floorplans can be fully customized to meet the specific needs of each customer.
Mountain King Log Cabin
It’s no surprise that Conestoga’s best-selling kit is the Mountain King Log Cabin. Offering ultimate luxury, this cabin is perfect for a family vacation home.
The Mountain King is 1080 square feet, with two bedrooms and one bathroom, all situated on the ground floor. With a six-foot-deep porch, there is plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors while the loft can serve as a playroom for the kids, extra sleeping space or an entertainment center.
The square shaped living area is also on the ground floor, with plenty of room for a table and chairs in the kitchen and a living room.
There is also ample storage space in this cabin, also making it an ideal permanent residence for a couple or small family.
This simplistic, yet fantastic value two story log cabin kit is one of Conestoga’s best-selling A-frame cabins.
With just under 1500 square foot of space, this home offers plenty of room. It has three bedrooms, one of which is a huge master suite with built in storage, and the other two are large enough for either a double bed or two singles.
The great room has a cathedral style ceiling, with large glass windows to make the most of the view. There is also an impressive stone fireplace, and the upstairs loft area looks over this spectacular room.
Alpine Ridge is perfect for a plot of land which has a slope or gradient to it, it would make the ideal ski chalet or lake house getaway.
Rainier Log Home
At 24 by 36 foot, this log home kit has a wrap around deck to make the most of amazing views in three different directions, and over 400 square foot of outdoor living space.
The Rainier Log Home is a two-story log cabin with an open floor plan. To the ground floor there is the kitchen, dining room and living room, all open plan so that family can stay connected even when in different areas. Also, to the main floor, are two bedrooms a bathroom and a hall closet.
To the second level, there is a loft area which has another bedroom and full bathroom. The loft has a cathedral ceiling making it perfect for children, or occasional use for guests. There is also plenty of extra storage space up in the loft.
Serenity Log Cabin
The Serenity Log Cabin is a deceivingly spacious cabin, even though it is only 280 square feet. This is the perfect tiny home if you are looking for a small weekend cabin or even an in-law quarters so you can keep your family close by.
This small cabin has a covered front porch which leads through to an open plan living room with space for a double couch, a table and chairs and a kitchen area.
As one of the most popular tiny layouts, this cabin is very attractive from the outside, with fencing around the porched area.
To the bedroom there is enough space for a double bed and some storage. To make room for the ensuite, there is a small sink in the bedroom, and a shower and toilet in the private ensuite.
Vacationer Log Cabin
If you’re looking for a smaller home, the Vacationer Log Cabin might be the one for you.
Measuring 17 x 31 feet, this small cabin has 727 square foot of living space and a six-foot-deep covered front porch.
The living room has a cathedral style ceiling and it is overlooked by the loft on the second floor which can be accessed by a ladder.
As well as the great room, the ground floor is also home to a full kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Similarly, to all Conestoga log cabin kits, this one is fully customizable and the floorplan can be adapted to suit your needs, whether it’s including ceiling to floor windows or making the porch larger.
Get Started Now
If any of these cabins have caught your eye, get in touch with Conestoga Log Cabins and Homes today to speak to a member of the team.
There are plenty of other plans available, and if you require a very specific cabin for unique needs, Conestoga offers an in-house design for this service allowing you to really create the cabin of your dreams.
About the author:
David Woods is a carpenter, outdoorsman, and author with more than 30 years of professional woodworking experience. He created Log Cabin Hub to educate people on the process of buying and building log homes.