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Cabins for rent in Ohio

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The Cabin at Maple View - (We are Open!)

We are open for guests! The Cabin at Maple View is located a quarter mile off of the highway down a long twisting driveway. It is tucked back in the woods and away from it all. You notice the Amish craftsmanship as soon as you arrive. You are surrounded by 80 acres of manicured woods and a huge yard. The environment is welcoming. The atmosphere is warm. Call it your home for a night or for an extended stay. It is beautiful no matter the time of year.

$95 per night
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The A-frame at Creekside Dwellings ((hot tub))

The A-frame at Creekside Dwellings is a tiny oasis near beautiful Amish Country! Only 6 miles from Winesburg and 13 miles from Berlin. There are an endless supply of local attractions and the Pro Football Hall of Fame is only 30 minutes away, as well! The A-frame is stocked with all the amenities you will need to kick back and relax! Enjoy the steaming hot tub, Gas grill, and tree top views. *note on location: the A-frame is visible from the road during the winter months

$193 per night
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The Roundabout Cabin near Portsmouth, Ohio

Nestled on 4 wooded acres along Pond Creek, this one of a kind cabin will certainly be a unique experience. Walls of windows blur the lines between inside and out, connecting you with nature in every room. The house is very open, with rooms winding around the central stone fireplace with varying levels. The kitchen is stocked with supplies for preparing your own meals, but downtown Portsmouth restaurants are just 10 minutes away. Outside are patios for relaxing and woods for walking.

$169 per night

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Cottages for rent in Ohio

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  2. Granville
Timbuk Ridge, Granville Ohio.
$125 per night
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  2. Pickerington
Big Buck Run
$81 per night
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  2. Millersburg
Luxury 2 Bed/Bath Cottage With Private Hot Tub
$179 per night
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  2. Lakeside Marblehead
The Boathouse on East Harbor
$146 per night
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  2. Lancaster
Carriage House 1840: Downtown Lux, Hot tub, Pool
$101 per night
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  2. Little Hocking
Ohio River Cottage
$139 per night
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  2. Geneva
Lake Front Oasis with Breathtaking Lake Erie Views
$221 per night
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  2. West Lafayette
Crooked River Cottage
$119 per night
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  2. Reedsville
Waterfront Bungalow With Private Dock!
$138 per night
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  2. Malta
Rim Of The World Cabin
$131 per night
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  2. Akron
Cozy Cottage on 4 Acres, 5 Mins from National Park
$105 per night
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  2. Chillicothe
Dragon Cabin
$116 per night

Chalets for rent in Ohio

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A-Frame #07 - Hocking Hills
$127 per night
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A-Frame #02 - Romantic Escape - Hocking Hills
$127 per night
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A-Frame #18 - Romantic Hideaway - Hocking Hills
$128 per night
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  2. Logan
Appleseed Cabin
$155 per night
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A-Frame #03 - Hocking Hills
$124 per night
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Bowie Cabin
$200 per night
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A-Frame #15 - Hocking Hills
$128 per night
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  2. Saint Marys
Grand Lake Home with a spectacular view and space
$175 per night
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  2. Ray
The cut in the hills Aframe Chalet
$164 per night
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  2. Logan
Crockett's Lodge
$481 per night
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  2. Loudonville
Creekbank Chalet
$394 per night
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  2. Madison
Lovely Lake Erie Waterfront Holiday Pine Chalet
$349 per night

Cabins with a pool for rent in Ohio

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Deer Run - Hocking Hills
$145 per night
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Laurelwood - Hocking Hills
$142 per night
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Overlook - Hocking Hills
$165 per night
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  2. South Bloomingville
Timber Ridge - Hocking Hills
$164 per night
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  2. New Richmond
Nature Spa House | Hot Tub, Sauna, Pool, Relax
$448 per night
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  2. Logan
Cumberland - Hocking Hills
$133 per night
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Coyote - Hocking Hills
$152 per night
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  2. South Bloomingville
Pine Creek - Hocking Hills
$144 per night
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  2. Logan
Fireside Lodge - Hocking Hills
$369 per night
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Blackjack - Hocking Hills
$154 per night
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Lake View - Hocking Hills
$162 per night
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  2. Logan
Hawk's Peak - Hocking Hills
$154 per night

Your guide to Ohio

Welcome to Ohio

Some states are famous for their mountains or beaches. Ohio is famous for its people. One nickname for the state is Mother of Presidents, since eight U.S. presidents were born or raised here, although it’s noted, too, for the charm of its general citizenry. The state is also possessed of an unexpected geographic diversity. Ohio has major cities imbued with an urban energy, like Cincinnati and Cleveland. It has smaller cities with the flair and vibrancy of major metropolises including Dayton and Columbus, which attracts national attention for its culinary and arts scenes. The state’s bucolic villages and open farmland have attracted both the Amish and back-to-the-landers alike. And if people aren’t your thing? Ohio features rolling hills dense with picturesque cabins nestled in the hardwood forests.


How do I get around Ohio?

Ohio is served by several major airports. The ones in Cleveland (CLE), Cincinnati (CVG), Dayton (DAY), and Columbus (CMH) all see frequent commercial flights. Within the state, bus companies connect most major cities; GoBus, for instance, serves Athens, Columbus, Cleveland, Wooster, and communities along the way. You’ll want to rent a car for traveling further afield and exploring the city’s parklands or lakes.


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

Ohio is splendid in the fall. September and October here are drier than any other months and tend to be cool and comfortable. It’s wise to pay attention to college football schedules here, as big games at college towns can lead to teeming crowds at restaurants and congested roads. Summers can vary from comfortably hot to uncomfortably hot; always prepare for occasional thunderstorms. Spring is a mixed bag, with some lovely days and others filled with chilly rain. Few claim that winter is the best time in Ohio — polar chills can dip down from the Arctic, and winds sweep across the Great Lakes to scour the northern parts of the state.


What are the top things to do in Ohio?

American Sign Museum

Opened in 2005, this quirky collection claims to be the largest public museum dedicated to signs in the United States. Inside the 20,000-square-foot building are hundreds of displays of how companies have shouted at us from rooftops, storefronts, and highways. These range from signs touting a novel product called lightbulbs, to neon’s peacock phase, to now-faded roadside icons.

Cedar Point Amusement Park

With its 17 roller coasters and deep lineup of thrill rides, Ohio’s most popular amusement park — the second oldest in the country, dating back to 1870 — is a hit with kids as well as adults who feel that childhood ended far too early. Cedar Point sprawls over 364 acres, and the roller coasters range from a gentle 1964 wooden classic to the latest, fastest, most terrifying screamers. If swirling in the air at high speeds isn’t your thing, there are also water slides, kids’ rides, live entertainment, and dozens of food stands.

Toledo Museum of Art

Since it opened in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art has amassed an impressive collection of art from a range of eras, including early Egyptian and Greek, as well as the work of historic and modern American artists. The museum is especially noted for its displays of historic and modern glass — there’s a glassblowing studio where you can see glassmaking in action — not to mention its stunningly modern Glass Pavilion.