There Is a Heaven and It’s Called the Lost Whiskey Cabin
Hot tubs and bourbon. Name a more iconic duo.
Someone really ought to power rank the best spots to curl up with a book.
You’d get some obvious choices — a hammock on a secret beach somewhere, button tufted armchair in the corner of a university library — but you’d also have to source some random inclusions. We’ve got one such candidate. A concrete cabin with a cantilevered roof, sitting in the Appalachian foothills.
Enter: the Lost Whiskey Club cabin. A top-ten spot for doing pretty much anything, including crushing pages.
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The mountaintop cabin belongs to the Lost Whiskey Club, a stupendously exclusive group that offers openings to just ten members. The Club owns 50 acres of land directly abutting 5,800 acres of protected Virginian wild (about an hour west of Washington, D.C.), in addition to a central farmhouse, a mobile whiskey bar and barns selling barrels of hooch, including double barrel rye/wine whiskey and single barrel wheated bourbon.
The prize, though, is the cabin. Designed by GreenSpur, its feel is storage unit meets the frontier, an inspired blend of concrete, glass, fireplaces and leather furnishings. And the real winner awaits on the roof, a hot tub that overlooks the fields and glens. Might wanna bring a couple books, if you can nab a membership.
Find more information on club membership here.
All images from Lost Whiskey Club
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