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Mount Pocono Vacation Rentals(4)

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$450 - $900
per night
2 night minimum stay
  • 6 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 16
2 night minimum stay
  • 5 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 12
2 night minimum stay
  • 5 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 14
2 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 5 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 9

Recent Mount Pocono Reviews

A luxurious spot for a weekend getaway!

5 of 5
Rented this cabin with about a dozen friends for a weekend getaway outside the city. I was looking for a cabin large enough to house a dozen adults that had all the amenities of home and still had a ‘cabin-like’ feel. This property fit the bill perfectly! It is a beautiful house that is well kept and very clean, it certainly exceeded my guests’ expectations. The house is large enough that a substantial number of adults can hang out all weekend inside and NOT be on top of one another. The weather was cold and less than ideal when we visited, but everyone was warm and comfortable inside all weekend long. There is room to hang out upstairs in front of a TV and a fire and a game room downstairs where you can play pool, watch TV and play games. Our group enjoyed cooking large meals in the kitchen and everyone spent the weekend relaxing, playing and enjoying the house. We did get a bit of sunshine and took the opportunity to bundle up and go outback to walk along the trail immediately behind the house! You can hear the river from the back porch and it was so nice to sit outside with a hot cup of coffee in the morning listening to the rapids. The owners of the property were very responsive during our stay and immediately responded to any questions I had. They were super detailed with the instructions on how to get to the cabin (which is off the beaten path). I would definitely rent this home again for another peaceful getaway in the mountains.
  • Submitted: Nov 28, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014


5 of 5
I booked this house for vacation stay with a group of 14 and it was absolutely perfect for us. The home has PLENTY of room for 14 people, everyone got a bed and most people even got their own rooms. The living room was comfortable and the kitchen had everything we needed in it. I would DEFINITELY stay here again and I would recommend it to anyone. It is also very easy to find, located very close to the interstate The only thing that was missing was a guest book so that I could let the owners know how much fun we had in their home! thank you for a wonderful weekend!!!
  • Submitted: Jul 14, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014

About as close to perfect as you can get...

5 of 5
I have rented a lot of vacation homes in many states and this one is just about the best. If you are looking for adventure or just want to relax this is the place to be even if your traveling companions include the newer "grands", ages three and one, plus their parents and a friend. Had the older "grands" been with us also, ages fourteen and eighteen it still would have been perfect. It is spacious enough that all needs are easily met, including "having to bring work with you" that so many of us now do. This is not to say that this is a family only style rental, it is ideal also for adults only. With the central location, all of the year round activities the area is famous for are within an easy drive. This trip we did not do our usual antique/junk hunting but did try out the new water park where you can buy a day pass and it was great for the youngest to the oldest, but leaves you too tired to think about making dinner. Luckily there is a restaurant, Dana's, just down the road from the community that not only is happy to see you, and has good food but they will deliver for those not wanting to sit up straight. The lure of the outlet stores, which I believe is called "The Crossing", proved a little too strong and with deeply discounted prices we made a few more trips than we thought we would. Speaking of lures, I forgot to bring my fishing rod and one of the neighbors told me the lake was great fishing for bass - next time. I had planned on visiting the Casino which really is only ten minutes down the road but a warm fire and good few good books added to the comfort of the house was too much to overcome. You do need to bring your own sheets, pillow cases and towels - there are plenty of blankets but even with the washer and dryer it is easy to underestimate how many towels you will use but that is easily remedied at Wal-Mart where the bath towels are only $3 each. Food shopping is a bit more of a challenge, quality and price wise at both the Wal-Mart and I think the other local store was a Stop and Shop. The fresh veggies at the Wal-Mart were over-priced but if you went to their "organic" section, they were cheaper and fresher. Neither store is a store for fish lovers. I would suggest doing what I usually do but didn't this time, which is to ask a local where they shop. Would I recommend this property to a friend, or even more frightening to a relative? With no question about it, the answer is a yes. Dnynia
  • Submitted: Nov 12, 2008
  • Stayed: Oct 2008