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W/ Hot Tub 2 miles to SmokeHole HillSide Getaway

Welcome to HillSide Vacation Rental, Upon arrival you will be greeted with a recently remodeled two bedroom and one bath West Virginia getaway. With the entrance of Smoke Hole less than two miles away this is the perfect retreat to see the beauty of West Virginia. If you decide to relax at home there is a fully stocked kitchen for your cooking needs as well as a propane grill. Outside you can enjoy the nice back porch and relax around the fire pit or take a dip in the private hot tub.

$166 per night
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  2. Petersburg
Happy Bottom Riverfront Cabin, Petersburg,WV

This quaint cabin is located on the riverfront of the South Branch Potomac River. Enjoy the huge deck & bar right on the river bank , exclusive to the Happy Bottom Vacation comminity, where you can play a game of cornhole, shuffleboard, play cards or grill out. Beautiful calm riverfront to enjoy kayaking, fishing, swimming or floating. A unique property with an "off the grid" feel, but only minutes to stores and restaurants. Nearby attractions Seneca Rocks, Smoke Hole,& Dolly Sods.

$149 per night
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  2. Davis
Driftland Cabin – 2.7 acres w/lake access, hot tub

Driftland Cabin is a custom, hand-crafted log home in the Old Timberline community on nearly 3 acres of wooded land. The cabin has a traditional feel with hickory, knotty pine and ceramic floors and an open living area with wood stove, but also has modern amenities including 3 smart TVs and high speed internet. 2 downstairs BRs plus open living area with spiral staircase leading to game room, spacious master BR and bunk BR for the kids. Gated community with direct access to Dolly Sods trails.

$257 per night

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The Boat Shed: Canoe Lake, Hot Tub, Dog Friendly
$595 per night
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Dream Catcher - Classic Cabin on Private 3 Acre Lot w/ Pond, Dog Friendly, Hot Tub
$255 per night
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The Lazy Bear... At Dolly Sods
$269 per night

Vacation rentals with hot tubs in Cabins

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King Hot Tub Suite Site 24 - Rest and Relax
$117 per night
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  2. Petersburg
The Go Ahead Inn
$139 per night
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  2. Moorefield
Double Hot Tub Suite Site 20 - Rest and Relax
$117 per night
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  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Moorefield
Private apartment to rest, relax and rejuvenate...
$101 per night
  1. Entire home
  2. Davis
SG18-Cozy, Private, updated Log Home! Firepit, Hot Tub
$250 per night
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  2. Maysville
The Hummingbird House...On The Farm
$255 per night
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  2. Davis
Lost Branch on the Lake - Lake Front, Hot Tub, Game Room, Fireplace
$335 per night
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King Hot Tub Suite Site 12 - Rest and Relax
$117 per night
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Double Hot Tub Suite Site 23 - Rest and Relax
$117 per night
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King Hot Tub Suite 22 -- Rest, Relax & Rejuvenate
$117 per night
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King Hot Tub Suite Site 11 -- Rest and Relax
$117 per night
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Smoke Hole Room at the North Fork Mountain Inn
$265 per night

Your guide to Cabins

All About Cabins

Surrounded by the Allegheny Mountains and Monongahela National Forest, Cabins is an outdoor community with infinite opportunities for both sport and seclusion. If you’re searching for cabins or vacation cottages to rent in West Virginia, this Potomac Highlands region offers a plethora of mountain villages, forested hills, clear mountain streams, and striking gorges that make for excellent hiking, biking, and fishing conditions.

Indeed, anglers from all over come to this area located on the North Fork of the South Branch Potomac River to wet their lines in the mountain streams and scenic lakes, while winter snow brings skiers and snowboarders to Canaan Valley, which is also part of this area.

US Route 48, also known as “Mountain Skyway,” will take you through Grant, Hampshire, and Hardy counties. Stop at the Lost River Trading Post, an old railway station turned general store, and choose from more than 300 goods from local artisans, crafters, woodworkers, and consignors. Art lovers will want to explore the arts scene in the towns of Davis and Thomas, featuring local galleries and exhibits. End your trip with the incredible hiking trails at Spruce Knob, the highest point in West Virginia.


How do I get around Cabins?

The charm of the Cabins region lies in its isolation, so the area is not home to many major airports. However, visitors flying to West Virginia could book flights to Charleston (CRW) or Huntington (HTS) airports, or else approach Cabins from the east — Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport (IAD) is only a 2.5-hour car journey from the region. All major airports offer car rental options. National bus services connect West Virginia with other states, but there are no inter-city services. Driving is the best way to get around the Cabins area, especially for those who want to explore the scenic routes and surrounding towns.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cabins?

The best time for cabin vacation rentals in the North Fork of the South Branch Potomac River region is between May and June, and September to November. The mild weather of late spring provides beautiful wildflower blooms for hikers to enjoy in the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area. If you’re up for a road trip, the central West Virginia town of Minden hosts the eclectic Mountain Music Festival in May. Early fall brings gorgeous foliage, making it a wonderful time for hiking at Blackwater Falls State Park or simply driving along the mountainous roads. November to April brings a cold stretch across the region, rewarding those willing to brave the chill with ample winter sporting opportunities and holiday light installations. July and August bring heat and humidity, prime conditions for fishing, tubing, and whitewater rafting.


What are the top things to do in Cabins?

Highland Scenic Highway

In the heart of Monongahela National Forest, the Highland Scenic Highway offers one of the most beautiful drives on the East Coast. Drive along 43 miles of scenic road through wild forest, over rolling hills, and across pristine rivers. Stop at Falls of Hill Creek for magical, secluded waterfall hikes. You’ll also find plenty of opportunities to fish, camp, and photograph breathtaking vistas dotted along the highway.

Elkins Art Scene

Located on the Monongahela National Forest edge, Elkins’ natural beauty has inspired a vibrant local arts scene. The Randolph County Arts Center, housed in a historic church, hosts exhibits, concerts, and over 100 art and music classes each year. To learn about Appalachian culture, visit the Augusta Heritage Center at Davis & Elkins College. Internationally renowned for teaching, presenting, and nurturing traditional music, dance, folklife, and folk art, the center offers multi-week arts seminars throughout summer.

Hike Dolly Sods

Hikers will revel in the 47 miles of hiking trails in Dolly Sods. With elevations ranging from 2,600 feet to 4,000 feet, the cool weather produces unique ecosystems, such as boggs and boulder-filled meadows usually associated with Canada, not West Virginia. Dolly Sods makes for a great day hike or a multi-night backpacking trip, offering spectacular natural beauty and unique topography for the more adventurous.