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Haskiells selling Kozy Haven after eight years

Kozy Haven Log Cabin Rentals is located just off Exit 49 in Columbia, KY, near the south end of the Veterans Memorial Bypass. It is a unique property that offers log cabin rentals to tourists visiting Green River Lake and Lake Cumberland, plus many folks visiting Lindsey Wilson College.

Peggy Haskiell has been in charge of the day-to-day operations, but she plans to retire in order to assist her elderly father, who is facing several health-related issues.

The business was started in 2013 shortly after John and Peggy Haskiell purchased the property from the late Hazel Parson's estate. At that time, the property contained only Hazel's original two bedroom cottage, which is still on the property today, and a white storage barn. The Haskiells originally built four "Smokey Mountain"-style log cabins, and demand has been so high that they've added more cabins, a 2-bedroom log home, a playground, and a picnic area. They have lodged guests from all 50 states and 48 countries, hosting countless family reunions and even weddings.


Even during the pandemic of 2020, their individual cabin rentals stayed steady - the couple thinks maybe people preferred having their own cabin instead of mingling with lots of people in a hotel.

The couple has taken pride in starting and growing this unique, family-owned business in the landscape of Columbia. They hope that whoever takes over will enjoy much success with this growing business, and they'd like to see a smooth transition because they have several customers that have always booked the same dates year after year.

Golden Rule-Wilson is in charge of the auction of Kozy Haven, which is already online. The no reserve auction ends Tuesday, June 8, 2021, at approximately 6pmCT. Details about the auction are available at www.GoldenRuleAuction.com, and there will be an open house viewing on Saturday, June 5, 2021, from 10amCT until NoonCT.


This story was posted on 2021-06-03 21:47:39
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Haskiells to sell Kozy Haven



2021-06-03 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Chris Wilson.
Kozy Haven Log Cabin Rentals was started in 2013 shortly after John and Peggy Haskiell purchased the property from the late Hazel Parson's estate. The Haskiells originally built four "Smokey Mountain"-style log cabins, and demand has been so high that they've added more cabins, a 2-bedroom log home, a playground, and a picnic area. They have lodged guests from all 50 states and 48 countries, hosting countless family reunions and even weddings.

Peggy Haskiell has been in charge of the day-to-day operations, but she plans to retire in order to assist her elderly father, who is facing several health-related issues.

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