Our Guide to Cabin Rentals in Ohio

cabin rentals in OhioNow that summer is upon us, one of the first ideas we have in our head is that it’s time for a vacation. Then we start to think of places we would like to go. After that, it’s where to stay and then activities that seem like fun. Before you know it, you have your trip planned out and then you just have to wait for the day to come. However, we at Inn at Cedar Falls want to highlight one important aspect of this process, where to stay. Consider staying with us. When you book your cabin rentals in Ohio at Inn at Cedar Falls, you will have the luxury associated with a B&B along with the quiet of being in a cabin.

Booking your cabin rentals in Ohio with Inn at Cedar Falls is a logical choice for many reasons. The first is our location. We are in the Hocking Hills area of Ohio which a perfect place for a retreat away from everyday life. We are located adjacent to Hocking Hills State Park which provides our guests not only gorgeous views but also a quick and easily accessed activity that includes hiking, birding, and more. We are also close to many other area activities.

Our cabins are perfect for all sorts of travelers, couples, friends, and families. We have five cabins to choose from and each is amazing and unique in their own way. The first of our cabin rentals in Ohio to mention is the Hickory Hollow Cabin. This can house anywhere from 2 to 6 people. It contains one bedroom with a Queen sized bed, another with a set of bunk beds that has a Twin on top and a Full underneath as well as a Full trundle bed. During the day enjoy the peacefulness of the area on the swing on the porch which overlooks a wood ravine. This is a perfect place to be quiet or have fun conversations with those sharing the cabin with you.

Next is our  Dogwood Cabin, which is the ideal choice for a romantic weekend away. This cabin can house 2 to 4 people with a King sized bed as well as a double-sized Murphy bed that comes from the wall in the living room. The bedroom in this cabin is located on the lower floor and features a 2 person whirlpool tub as well. When on the main floor, enjoy scenic views from the living room as well as the bedroom.

The Strong Wolf Cabin is our smallest and most secluded cabin. Out of all of our cabin rentals in Ohio, this one is the most popular. It features a loft style bedroom outfitted with a whirlpool tub and unobstructed views of the woods. This is our only pet-friendly cabin and is perfect for a couple or a single. Be sure to make pet reservations in advance and be sure to check out our pet packages. 

Sometimes a weekend away with your best couple friends is just what you need. The most ideal of our cabin rentals in Ohio is our Redbud Cabin. This cabin can sleep 2 to 4 people and has two separate King sized bedrooms with private bathrooms is just enough privacy for 4. This cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchen and a gas log stove that is just right for cool evenings. Be sure to take some time to relax on your porch and enjoy the views.

The last of our cabin rentals in Ohio is our Tree House Cabin. A smaller cabin for up to 2 people, this cabin is essential to a romantic weekend. The main floor features a cozy living room, dining room, and kitchen. Downstairs leads you to a King sized bed along with a shower as well as a whirlpool tub. What gives this cabin it’s name is that you are set amongst many trees, including the tops of some, and it gives you the feeling of living in a tree house, like we all wanted to as children, but also with the modern luxuries we have come to love as adults.

Consider booking with us at Inn at Cedar Falls each time for your cabin rentals in Ohio so not only will you have the privacy you are looking for but the quality you expect as well. When you do, you will get to enjoy a bountiful breakfast each morning. Want to make your stay with us even more relaxing? Book a spa service with your cabin. Contact us today to book you cabin for your next stay to Ohio.

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