About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Loft + Den, 2 Baths, Sleeps up to 8 (4 beds)
Hunters Hideaway is the last property at the end of a dead end gravel road, secluded from the busy every day things of town. There will be nobody driving by and no neighbors to see. This property is truly a backwoods rustic retreat. The cabin is located on 5.5 acres of mostly wooded land with a small backyard and large turnaround driveway. Hunters Hideaway is a simple cabin with 2 bedrooms; each with a full size bed, closet & dresser on the main floor. Also on the main floor is the full kitchen, living area with gas fireplace, ample seating, and TV/DVD (sorry, no cable or dish). Also on the main floor is a full bath with tub/shower and seperate washer & dryer in the mud room. Off of the living area is a patio window leading to a patio with built in fire pit and a gas grill. In the living area is the stairs leading to an open loft containing two full beds and a bathroom with shower. Outside there is a covered front porch, shed with 3 seperate dog kennels each with barrel and bedding. The kennels are covered and on a slab and properly cleaned between every renter. (Please request to have pets in the cabin)
Hunters Hideaway is geared to hunting parties, it is located in the 'Grouse Capital of the World' with its endless supply of public hunting area just a couple miles drive from the cabin, but is also a great getaway for families and friends that like all the activities country living has to offer. Snowmobile trail access is only a couple miles by sled, river access and canoe landing is a few miles down the road, the woods is right out the back patio and this is the land of a 1,000 lakes ranging from small swimming holes to large lakes with great clean parks, boat landings/docks and enough room to water ski, jet ski and musky fish.
Local Bird Guides:
Northwind Enterprises, LLC
Ann Jandernoa & Skip Souther
Terry & JoAnn Ides
Keywords: cabin, secluded, dead end, country, rural, getaway, rustic, new, hunting, camping, snowmobiling, dogs, vacation, river, phillips, wi
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
About Kristin Brockman
I and my husband Corey and daughters Logan and KayCee manage Hunters Hideaway for a good friend of ours, Eddie, that is currently living in Virginia. We live just before the cabin on Aspen Lane, we can almost see the cabin roof from our home. Corey and I are avid hunters. We both whitetail hunt with gun and bow, bear hunt and of corse bird hunt with Mazzi, our best bird dog ever. Logan, who is 12, has been trying to sit with mom during gun season the last couple of years, but just doesn't have the patients yet, but did get her first deer with the crossbow at 10. Our favorite pass time is camping! We enjoy sleeping under the stars, tenting it, or using our pop up. We go all over Wisconsin looking for new parks and fun things to do. I was born and raised and hardly left the Phillips area and my husband was born and raised in Appleton, WI with a small cabin in Phillips, but couldn't wait to move to Phillips after he met me :)
Kristin Brockman purchased this Cabin in 2010
Why Kristin Brockman chose Flambeau
We built Hunters Hideway from 2009 to 2010 doing most of the work ourselves. Before Corey became a maintenance man at a local factory he owned his own construction/flooring business, primarily doing custome tile jobs. The cabin is conveneintly located near our residence for ease of maintenance and assitance. Hunters Hideaway is located at the end of a mile long private gravel road that is located at the dead end of a 5 miles town road. It doesn't get any more rural and secluded than that. We joke that it is at the edge of the earth. With the nearest town being a 15 mile country drive.
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Sports & Adventure Activities
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Perfect for snowmobiling
Very comfortable, everything you need is here!
A nice, quiet location to spend a winter weekend! Plenty of space, but still warm and cozy with a well-stocked kitchen. Hosts are quick to respond if you need anything, but won't bother you if you want your privacy. Would highly recommend!
Great place! Had some great riding during our stay. Bautiful cabin and setting.
I would recommend this cabin to anyone heading to tye Phillips/Park Falls area. Plenty of room for trucks and trailers. Short ride down the gravel road to the trails. Cory (owner) was extremely helpful showing me how to get to the trails and some of the local places to stop while riding. He also helped us out with some vice grips when we had to do a repair on one of the sleds. He even checked with us before he ran to town to see if we needed anything. Great host!! Looking forward to returning to the area and staying here again. Thanks so much!
Just to take a break
It was a very clean and nice cabin. Quiet and very private. Just what we were looking for.
I would for surely go back
A Serene Getaway Experience
I stumbled on the Hunter’s Hideaway on the VRBO site and was attracted by the solitude it offered and by the enchantment of the cabin itself. The previous reviews for the site ended my search – I knew it would be ideal for a winter honeymoon get-away. After checking the availability, I had to sell it to my bride. She is a blue-blooded Wisconsin gal, and being a professional caregiver, seclusion and privacy were top on the list of priorities, followed by comfort and a chance to do some snowshoeing and maybe host a campfire in the evening.
The cabin is everything it is advertised to be. Although it is secluded, the town of Phillips is close at hand for shopping, supplies or meals. Our cell phones did not have service at the cabin, but a phone card let us check in and get business updates from the land line. The cabin is very comfortable. The first floor has heated tiles that provide heat for the entire cabin, and there is a gas log furnace that provides auxiliary heat if one would need it.
We ate most of our meals at the cabin, and found the supply of appliances, cookware, utensils etc. to be adequate for our needs. The fire ring was a nice perk, and there was a supply of firewood to use, and use it we did. In lawn chairs around the fire, we found that wintry nights and a fire is something that being in nature one has to experience. We brought a supply of books to read, DVDs and games (we love movies and are avid board gamers) for evening entertainment, although there are some DVDs and cards at the cabin for guests to use.
The cabin is fairly new and very charming with stuffed animals, a gas log fireplace, knotty pine paneling, and a secluded view to the hardwoods forest which makes it feel more like a home than a cabin - very warm and cozy to be sure. Our first impression was very favorable, and we talked throughout the stay about coming back with our grown children and significant others for a family get-away. I’d recommend this cabin for its value, serenity and enchantment.
Very nice well kept would go again
Exactly what we were looking for
access to snowmobile trails by sled (no need to trailer), public hunting with in a couple miles, step out the patio into the woods, South Fork of the Flambeau River only a couple miles away, many large and small lakes to choose from, closest towns are Phillips and Park Falls both roughly 15 miles from cabin.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Discounted rates available for larger groups and/or longer stays. We charge $125 per pet. You will receive $100 back at departure if the cabin is undamaged by the animal.