Wellsboro Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Bedrooms, master, loft, arena room above garage 2 Baths, (Sleeps 10-12
A comfortable retreat in the Slate Run area of Pine Creek, near the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. The home is just minutes from three renowned fly fishing streams. The delayed harvest stretch of Pine Creek is just 1/8 mile downstream, while the special regulation areas of Slate and Cedar Run are 1/2 and 5 miles away respectively. The Rails to Trails bicycle path is located at the foot of the driveway. Numerous hiking trails are in the immediate area.
The home is located on the east side of route 414 in the Village of Slate Run just north of Wolf's Store/Orvis Fly Shop. Situated on 16.5 wooded acres, with a trout pond, the home includes a large deck, sunroom, three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with Jacuzzi tub, and additional sleeping on two pull out couches. The home is equipped with a wood burning stove and modern conveniences including central air, electric range, a two car garage, and a washer/dryer.
The home is available for short or long term rental by calling Al Hoffman at 717-203-1163, or 717-394-8809. Rates are $1200 per week, or $225 per night, three night minimum.
Keywords: log cabin, fly fishing, trout pond, biking, hiking, leaf peeping, relaxing, mountain, retreat
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
About Albert C. Hoffman Ph.D.
I am a Geneticist and a retired University Dean of Science and Math at a Pennsylavnia State System of Higher Education University. I am an avid outdoorsman, flyfisher, hiker, golfer, and tennis player. I live in Lancaster, Pa.
Albert C. Hoffman Ph.D. purchased this cabin in 1999
Why Albert C. Hoffman Ph.D. chose Wellsboro
I bought this property when I retired in 1999 after visiting this beautiful mountainous area for decades to enjoy the Pennsylvania wild areas and to fly fish on the many streams located nearby.
This log home was originally built as a retirement home, and the sixteen acre site was used by the Pa. Game Commission to conduct studies on Black Bear. Black Bear, Turkey and Deer continue to frequent the property.
The Rails-to-Trails bicycle route is located at the foot of the driveway.
What makes this cabin unique
Unique benefits is the private 16.5 acre site includes a private catch and release trout pond, and grass carp pond. There are wonderful opportunities to observe wildlife. Excellent hiking trails in the area, outstanding fishing, a scenic bicycle path extending over forty miles along Pine Creek, and the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular displays of spring flowers and fall colors.