Illinois September 12, 2015
These Awesome Cabins In Illinois Will Give You An Unforgettable Stay
Why stay in another cookie cutter hotel when you can stay in a fabulous cabin? There’s nothing like a cabin to make you feel comfy and cozy. Here are ten of the best cabins to stay in across Illinois:
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1. Cabin by the Pond (Carbondale)
Choose from one of three beautiful, rustic cabins in the woods of Southern Illinois. It's the perfect retreat after exploring the Shawnee National Forest.
2. Cedar Rock Cabins (Goreville)
Choose from one of three logic cabins, also nestled within the Shawnee National Forest. Cabins are completely furnished and there are hot tubs outdoors so you can relax under the stars.
3. Rustic Getaway Cabins (Bumcombe)
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These cozy cabins each have their own private, wooded setting. There are two smaller cabins and one larger, log cabin structure cabin.
4. CornerStone Cabins (Pomona)
These large cabins are featured in a beautiful setting, surrounded by bluffs, wildlife, and with fabulous views of the stars. Bonus: they are located right in the heart of the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail.
5. Kishauwau Country Cabins (Tonica)
Here is the place you want to go when spending a few days exploring Starved Rock. There are 17 cabins to select from. They're spread over 55 acres, so each feels like its own private experience.
6. Rocky Springs Cabin (Mode)
This retreat is natural and serene, with tons of wildlife and beauty to gaze upon. You will be totally secluded because this cabin is nestled on FORTY private acres.
7. Willowbrook Cabins (Golconda)
These cabins have a great location, as you're right by Garden of the Gods, Little Grand Canyon, the wine trail, and the Ohio River. These cabins are relatively new, clear, and are large with fully equipped cabins.
8. Timber Ridge Outpost and Cabins (Karbers Ridge)
Your eyes do not deceive you. That is a treehouse cabin for you to have the stay of a lifetime. The treehouse featured is built over a small creek and is built between a Red Maple and a White Oak.
9. Coyote Cabins Retreat and Farm (Sullivan)
Recharge at Coyote Cabins. It is a beautiful, 22 acre property with an alfalfa farm and a three-acre pond. Additionally, there is a hobby farm with rescue animals.
10. Cabin on the Hill (Carbondale)
Featured in Log Home Living Magazine and Outdoor Life Magazine, you will have an experience of a lifetime here in their clean and nicely-appointed cabins. Turkeys and peacocks stroll around the property, while you sit in your front porch rocker.
Wouldn’t any of these be lovely to stay in when exploring Illinois’s beautiful, fall foliage?