CABINS

OUR CABINS ARE STEEPED IN HISTORY AND POLITICS

Lawton ‘Walking Lawton’ Chiles, as he was known for walking 1000 miles across Florida to earn a U.S. Senate seat, hosted many political events in these cabins. He retreated to Jubilee often to recharge from the duties as Governor of Florida in these beautiful woods and fields.

Senator Cabin

The Senator Cabin

Truly a one-of-kind, the beautifully restored 1827 Senator Cabin includes a king size bed in the great room, a separate bedroom with a queen bed, wonderful claw foot tub and shower/bath, kitchenette and all of the comforts of a smart TV, AC, fireplace and elegant furnishings. Outside the door is a firepit that will tell you many stories and a grill overlooking the pond that features the sunset viewing dock. The property is replete with private walking trails. A great way to relax and unwind.

Senator Cabin

The Governor Cabin

Originally restored by Governor Chiles from a 200 year-old Tennessee log cabin as his famous “Cookshack”—where many political gatherings were hosted at Jubilee. It’s our largest cabin with the most amenities.

Recently renovated and crafted into a two-story large cabin with a wraparound porch. Featuring a queen bed and twin daybeds in the greatroom, a loft bedroom with another queen, a full kitchen, wonderful claw foot tub and shower/bath and all the comforts of a smart TV, AC and elegant furnishings. Outside the door is a firepit that will tell you many stories and a grill overlooking the pond that features the sunset viewing dock. The property is replete with quiet walking trails. A great setting to unwind and recharge.

A Place Like No other Image

A Place Like No Other

Natural wonders are ever present from beautiful lake sand creeks to groves of Live Oak and Long Leaf Pine. Hiking and biking trails weave through the hundreds of acres here. Gopher Tortoises, squirrels, bobcats, wild turkey and deer share the property along with a myriad of winged wonders like hawks, owls and herons. Even the drive here is tranquil through canopy roads and cathedral oaks, weaving through Red Hills Plantation. Onsite, you can canoe the lake, bike through miles of woods trails, hike, picnic by one of the lakes, and go organic blueberry or pear picking in season. We can arrange horses if you would enjoy riding while on the plantation.