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Getaway to Ohio: Stay in a Serene Log Cabin in the Woods

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The Cabin in Maple View can host up to 4 people and offers a single bedroom and a bathroom. The cabin is located about a quarter-mile from the highway on a long, twisting driveway. It’s hidden back in the woods far away from all the noise. As soon as the cabin is opened, you can see the Amish log house craftsmanship. It is surrounded with 80 acres of well-tended woods and a large backyard. The surrounding environment is inviting and the atmosphere is pleasant. For a short stay, or for extended vacations, you can call the cabin home. It’s beautiful regardless of the season. Maple View Cabin can host 4 guests (6 people with a blow-up or cot mattress), and is pet friendly, as long your pet behaves.

The bedroom is furnished with a comfortable queen-sized bed while the living area has a full-sized log futon. The kitchen has all of the appliances and utensils that you would expect to find at home. Wi-Fi is available throughout, with 200 channels and Bluetooth radio. You can also find an outdoor firepit, an indoor gym, and three miles of trails in woods. All this while enjoying the serenity that comes with being away from the hustle and bustle. The entire vacation property will be available to you. All they ask is that you treat the property with respect and as if it was your own. The relaxed atmosphere will make your vacation relaxing. You can bring your pet along for a fee per night. The cabin is peaceful. Pet owners will appreciate the flexibility of the cabin, which includes throws to allow pets to use on the furniture. Additionally, the area has leash-free trails that can be enjoyed throughout your vacation.

Urbana is the county seat in Champaign County. It offers a wide range of aviation activities, Ohio history, local shops, restaurants, outdoor adventures, as well as a warm, small-town atmosphere that makes Urbana an ideal place for everyone. Urbana, named after William Ward, a frontiersman who was also an associate with Simon Kenton, was established in 1805. Urbana saw a slow growth rate until the late 1880s when three railroads were completed that linked Urbana with other Ohio populated areas.

The Monument Square District is worth exploring. The Monument Square District, located in the heart Urbana, is home to specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. The pedestrian-friendly downtown district has wide sidewalks, crosswalks, as well as free parking. Monument Square District’s specialty shops offer unique treasures and entice shoppers. There are many local shops selling clothing, furniture, home decor, antiques and other items. You will also find flower and plant shops and a historical candy shop. Urbana’s many attractions will make you hungry. Urbana is home to delicious, local cuisines.



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