Thank you for reviewing our cabin in the woods. It was decided by our family, along with my daughter’s husbands that we should keep it quiet, relaxing and an appealing get away in the woods to allow for a break from the pressures of the work week. There is no internet, and the cabin’s location on the side of the mountain presents sporadic cell service. Texting is fine and offers no problems so if you’re truly looking for a place to “get away from it all” we may very well have what you’re looking for.
This intimate cabin offers three bedrooms. Two bedrooms on the first floor; one holds two double beds and the other room provides a Full sized bed. The loft looks down on the main living area with a California King sized bed for sleeping in, you will need to bring linens. There is one bathroom and an open floor plan with a combined living room kitchen area. The outside has a rather large deck that looks out over the one acre lot going down the mountain. It is not uncommon to see deer and turkey’s passing through the area. When you arise in the morning, take your coffee out on the deck and enjoy the sights and the sounds of the woods as they come to life in the morning. The living room has a sleeper couch and a love seat that faces the fireplace. The kitchen table is expandable and will seat 6 comfortably and the kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need. If the need arises there is a washer and dryer in the basement.
The property is located in a gated community with 2 pools, 5 lakes, four tennis courts, two basketball courts, and 24 hour security patrol. One of the pools, playground and tennis courts are within walking distance of the cabin. Jim Thorpe is within a 40 minute drive and the Pocono raceway is about 7 miles away. There are numerous waterparks in the area and 4 indoor waterparks are within a 35 minute drive. Hickory Run State Park is just up the road on Rt. 534 with lots of hiking and outdoor activities. Our personal favorites for hiking are the falls in Jim Thorpe, and Bear Creek Preserve and the Austin T. Blakeslee natural area on Rt.115.