Thursday, October 29, 2009

Little Cola Cabins in Hocking County

by Carolyn Miller

There is nothing like a nice getaway to Hocking County. There are so many sights to see with all of the natural gems that this county has been blessed with, and after a long day of hiking and biking, all you need is a good place to kick up your feet.

Little Cola Cabins is a family business that owns a pair of mid-1800s cabins so that visitors can kick back and relax in style. Located in Rockwell, Ohio, Little Cola Cabins are just minutes from Cantwell Cliffs and the Rockhouse. They are the perfect place to stay after a long day of experiencing nature. The cabins aren’t facsimiles; each one is an original building constructed centuries ago. They were dismantled log-by-log and reconstructed in a 65 acre forest in the heart of Hocking Hills, complete with kitchen, fireplace, porch swing, pool table, hammock, wood burning stove, grill and (yes!) a hot tub. Who knew people from the 1800s had this much style?

The cabins themselves are nothing short of darling. Each truly looks as though it has stepped out of the pages of history, nestled quietly between the trees with gardens in front. It would make for an incredibly romantic and secluded weekend getaway for two, though both cabins can accommodate up to six people.

The cabins charge $155 per night on winter weekends, $135 per night on winter weekdays (December 1-May 31), $175 per night on summer weekends and $155 per night on summer weekdays (June 1-November 30). There are discounts for longer stays and children under five can stay for free. Dates fill up fast, so if you are planning a trip and would like to stay in Little Cola Cabins, it is best to make your plans weeks or even months in advance.

These cabins are a must-stay in your Hocking Hills experience.

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