Historic Rural Cabin Which Accommodates Up To 6 People
Bedroom 1 is a private bedroom with queen sized bed. This room openings out to a great balcony that overlooks fields and trees. The balcony provides a beautiful space for morning coffee and reading. Bedroom area 2 contains the main living space with fireplace and seating. This room openings onto the side porch for great views and relaxation. Bedroom area 3 is an opening loft above the kitchen and eating area. The loft contains a futon couch and bean bag chairs.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - We welcome well behaved children.We welcome well behaved children.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
About Doug McGlumphy and Jennifer Greer
Doug McGlumphy and Jennifer Greer have been married for 28 years and enjoy working and developing our family farm. Doug works as an artist and educator while Jennifer works as an academic advisor. Both enjoy raising their two sons and passing on the property's history to the next generation.
Doug McGlumphy and Jennifer Greer purchased this cabin in 1997
Why Doug McGlumphy and Jennifer Greer chose Stone Creek
Our cabin is located on 280 acres of rolling farmland in the Stucky Valley, of Tuscarawas County, Ohio. Originally settled in the 1830's by the Moomaw family, the farm was purchased in 1903 by Doug's great-grandparents, German farmers, Jacob and Emma Hisrich. It has remained in our family for over 110 years. The farm subsequently passed down to Doug's grandparents, Laura and Vernon Hisrich who lived, raised a family and farmed the property for many decades. After their deaths the main house, outbuildings and land remained underutilized for many years and fell into decline until we purchased them, along with Doug's parents, Ed and Pat (Hisrich) McGlumphy in 1997. In addition to the built environment, the farm consists of approximately 60% tillable land and 40% woods. In an effort to preserve the property as farmland, a local farmer uses the fields to plant crops for his dairy farm. The remainder acts as a bird sanctuary, as well as habitat for local wildlife. We enjoy our farm and its family history and invite you to come and enjoy its peacefulness and tranquility with us. It is a labor of love and continues to be an ever-evolving endeavor. There is always something new to look at with each subsequent visit as we always have a new project in the works.
What makes this cabin unique
Our cabin and rural setting offers a truly unique experience for couples, families or friends to get away and relax. We even have a baseball field, hiking trails and an art gallery right outside your front door. Come and enjoy!