Download our Tri-Fold Brochure by clicking on the the image to the left.
You will find the information you need to assess whether our Log Cabin Meeting Center meets your requirements.
Contact us to schedule a site visit before making a final decision.
While Pictures of our BreadWorks Cabin Venue may intrigue you. Why not take a Virtual Tour with our YouTube Video by clicking on the logo to the right.
Curious how Bob built the Log Cabin? View his month-by-month, online construction journal of the last four years of construction with the links provided below:
See how Bob built his Pompeii-style Wood-fired Oven for baking Breads, Tomato Pie and Roasts by clicking on the image to the left.
Bob has spend years researching the history of how present-day “Lynch” Creek got its name. The spelling has changed since James Linch was granted a Land Grant from Lord Granville in 1722. The earliest map showing its name is the 1770 John Collet Map of North Carolina. The Inset shown is from the 1833 MacRae-Brazier Map with the name “Linches” Creek. See Bob’s online Lynch Creek Journal for complete details.