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As we leave summer behind us, it can be tough to spend a lot of time outdoors.
Luckily, Hocking Hills isn’t just a summer destination. It’s also a great way to spend a weekend during the colder months, especially when the cabin comes equipped with a chilly weather essential: A hot tub.
These cabins vary in size and price, but one thing they all have in common is a bubbly, warm, inviting hot tub to relax in. Spend your day on a hike or reading a book by the fireplace. Then, when the sun goes down, you can head outside for a little stargazing and a soak in the tub.
Here are 11 amazing cabins with hot tubs in Hocking Hills. Are you ready to relax?
Hocking Hills may be known for its cabins, but if you’re on the hunt for something more modern, don’t worry. This stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home will keep you from missing all of the upscale amenities you want. The price varies, but you can snag this beautiful home for as little as $489/night depending on which dates you choose. For more info or to book your stay, please click here.
Looking for luxury? Look no further than Webb Pointe Lodge. This massive, 3,800 square foot lodge sleeps up to 16 people, making it perfect for large families or groups of friends to get away. It even has it’s own private media room with a 13-foot screen.
In addition to the very inviting hot tub, the property also has a heated inground pool and indoor game room. Webb Pointe Lodge winter rental rates start at $789 per night. For more information, please click here.
Nestled on 13 acres of woods, The Lily Pad is a modern retreat just two miles from Old Man’s Cave. The home has a cozy bedroom, a full kitchen, and a living area that features a gas fireplace. Outside, you’ll find a comfy outdoor swing bed, a hot tub for two, and a glass grill.
This chic retreat is designed for two guests, so you can get more info about booking your romantic couples vacay by visiting their Airbnb page.
Looking to unplug? Hidden Falls Retreat is the place for you. There’s no wifi or cable here, just the beauty of nature. The cabin is surrounded by woods, stunning rock formations, and a seasonal waterfall and stream. It is the definition of private! The cabin can sleep up to six people, with 3 queen beds and has two wraparound porches that are covered, including the porch that has the hot tub!
Hidden Falls Retreat is available Sunday through Thursday nights for $165 and $240 Friday and Saturday. For more info about Hidden Falls Retreat, please click here.
Stargazing calling your name? Then a short getaway to the Observatory Cabin at Cherry Ridge Retreat is just the ticket. The Observatory sits on a beautiful hilltop with sweeping views and boatloads of privacy.
Snuggle up on the poolside deck or in the hot springs-inspired Hot Tub while you gaze into the cosmos with the provided Celestron Astromaster EQ Telescope. Nerdy? Probably. Still insanely awesome? Completely. You can book your stay here.
This authentic log cabin is the perfect cozy place to head for the weekend. The cabin is located in a serene, wooded area, just a few miles from some of Hocking Hills’ biggest attractions. The 20-acre property includes its own pond, hidden cave, and frequent animal visitors!
Hidden Cave Cabin is available Sunday through Thursday for $159 per night and Friday through Sunday $229 per night. For more information, please click here.
The Box Hop has been a pretty big sensation ever since it opened last year. This Hocking Hills retreat is fairly unique to the region, considering it’s constructed with shipping containers. The home is simplistic, elegant. and sustainable, with three bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and tons of gorgeous views of the 18.5 acres property.
Booking the Box Hop can be tricky because it’s so dang popular. If you’re enamored by this place, your best bet is to hop on their waitlist and hope for a cancellation. You can get more info here.
The Woodford Cabin at Bourbon Ridge Retreat is a high-end, luxury cabin. The property features vaulted ceilings, huge windows, a beautifully updated kitchen, and more. Woodford can accommodate 4 people. The cabin has a pool and hot tub, both of which are heated year-round!
The Woodford Cabin rentals start around $305/night. For more information, please click here.
Mill Cabin captures the rustic elegance that everyone loves about the Hocking Hills. The cabin is small, with just two bedrooms, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in charm. Just outside the cabin, you’ll find the hot tub, surrounded by woods, the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Mill Cabin is available to rent for $175 on weekends and $150 on weekdays. For more information or to book your stay, please click here.
I can speak from experience when I say that a stay at Dunlap Hollow is the perfect way to unwind. I enjoyed hiking the trails around the massive 40-acre property almost as much as I enjoyed relaxing in the hot tub after.
The cabin has a Scandanavian chic vibe, which blends beautifully into the quiet hollow where it sits. It sleeps up to 6 guests, with one bedroom, one loft, and a pullout sofa. Visitors hoping to relax at Dunlap Hollow can book their stay through Airbnb.
If you’re thinking that The Boho Hop reminds you an awful lot of the aforementioned Box Hop, then you are onto something. Both properties share the same owners and both utilize renovated shipping containers as the bones of the home. The Boho Hop is slightly smaller and features a boho-chic vibe, complete with a Clawfoot bathtub.
The outdoor space at The Boho Hop is nothing to balk at, with a massive deck and 6-person hot tub. The Boho Hop will cost you about $225/night and much like its sister house, the home can also be hard to get a reservation.
What are you waiting for? It’s officially weekend getaway season!
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