Ordinary just won’t do at our Hocking Hills cabins Our thoughtfully selected finishes, floors and furniture are as luxurious as any you would find in … View Cabin about Christine’s Chalet
Amish Built Luxury Log Cabin Rentals
This hot tub cabin features one-of-a-kind luxury amenities This cabin was built around a center post hand selected from the owner’s own wooded lot. … View Cabin about Hannah’s Hideaway
Our Newest Cabin in the Hocking Hills Serenity Now is one of our four cabins in the Hocking Hills. All of our cabins in the Hocking Hills are … View Cabin about Serenity Now
• 1 King bed and 3 Queen beds ~ sleeps 8 (maximum occupancy) • 4-5 person hot tub on covered porch • Stone (gas) fireplace (off May-September) • … View Cabin about Almost Heaven
Rent one of our luxury log cabins for a weekend or longer. Trickle Creek is the perfect place to unwind with family and friends, or for a romantic retreat. Once you visit a Trickle Creek luxury log cabin rentals in hocking hills , you will want to return again and again.
Trickle Creek offers luxury cabins in Hocking Hills. The cabins are situated on nearly 200 acres of secluded cabin rentals in the deep wooded ravines in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Hocking County, Ohio. The highly desirable land was purchased in 2015 by Jon (Brett) Adcock and his wife Christine, with a vision to create a unique, serene and peaceful setting and construct luxury log cabins that would distinguish them from the many, many “run-of-the” mill log cabins for rent in Hocking Hills. Brett and Christine interviewed several log cabin builders, and ultimately chose an Amish Company with a solid reputation for building quality log homes. With attention to detail, each log cabin includes hot tubs, stone gas fireplaces, large covered porches (great for rainy weather reading or playing games), granite countertops, outdoor fire ring areas, finished walk-out basements with a game room and TV room, a large loft with two queen beds, a queen bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed in the basement bedroom, two full bathrooms, hand-crafted, Amish-made furniture throughout, and a 90” dining room table (seats 8). Maximum occupancy is eight, which includes adults and children. So just do it!