Full of history as it was once truly occupied by Miners that called it home on Blind Springs Hill. It was moved to the Inn in the 1950's and served many purposes. Now, it has been renovated and remodeled in a luxurious rustic theme reminiscent of Benton's mining heritage. The quaint cabin has a queen bed with unique lighting and furniture. The cabin has no utilities, however it is adjacent to the bathhouse and heating is available during cold nights. The Inn's main building is about 20 yards from the cabin which has two large porches. So you may sit outside and watch the coming and going of the Inn or relax in the back with panoramic views of the White Mountains. This is glamping at its best. Breakfast and access to hot tubs.