You'll Have A Front Row View Of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains In These Cozy Cabins
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Pennsylvania is a state filled with incredible untouched beauty. When you have the chance to get away for a couple of nights, perhaps a cozy cabin in the mountains would be ideal. There’s nothing more relaxing than surrounding yourself with nature and breathing in that fresh mountain air! Mountain Springs Lake Resort offers several cozy cabins in Pennsylvania where you can rest and rejuvenate as you take in the views of a lake and surrounding mountains.
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Are you interested in staying in a cabin with a hot tub? Check out these cozy cabins with hot tubs in Pennsylvania — they’re perfect getaways any time of year. And if you’re into history, this Civil War log cabin is a delightful trip back in time.
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What are some other waterfront cabins in Pennsylvania?
There's nothing that beats staying in a cabin by a lake... unless, that is, you're staying in a cabin *on* a lake! At Seven Point Marina, there are floating cabins for rent that promise an amazing waterfront getaway. There are smaller cabins and even a 10-person houseboat, with reservations generally opening up in February for the calendar year. All houseboats feature a variety of amenities, including air conditioning, heat, gas grills, and patio furniture. Each also boasts a slide that will take you straight into the cool water of Raystown Lake. If you’ve never fallen asleep on the water, you’ll likely fall head over heels when you check into one of these floating cabins in Pennsylvania!
We're also partial to the cabins at Rough Cut Lodge. One of the best cabins in Pennsylvania, from Rough Cut Lodge, you’ll be just steps from Pine Creek and a short drive to Pine Creek Gorge, one of the state’s most breathtaking natural wonders that's also known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. Between the lodge rooms and well-appointed cabins, you can't go wrong with any of these waterfront accommodations!
What's a historic cabin in Pennsylvania I can stay in?
If you're a history buff -- and living in Pennsylvania, you kind of have to be! -- you can't beat a night at Thaddeus Stevens' Gettysburg Log Home. Surround yourself with historic charm when you check into this Civil War-era home, just a five-minute stroll from downtown. Dating back to 1790, the home still maintains its original flooring, beams, and walls. Be prepared for a home that was built for its time... in the best possible way!