Seven Springs Cabin Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath; Sleeps up to 7
Beautiful Waterfront Craftsman-Style Cottage, just minutes from Seven Springs and Hidden Valley Resorts. Private setting among native laurel and hemlocks, just a few feet away from Trout Stream, with creekside patio and firepit, bridges, and hiking trails.
Carefully restored cottage circa 1927 is filled with charm, as well as latest conveniences including high speed WiFi Internet and Flat Screen TV with Netflix and BlueRay Player.
Great room with 17 windows overlooks stream below; Sounds of waterfalls are heard throughout!
Full kitchen with all new stainless steel appliances and modern front load laundry. Hardwood dining set with extended seating for 6. Stone fireplace, and woodstove. 2 bedrooms with sleeping for 5, with 2 additional sofabeds, and sofa.
Property Details: Private 5 acre wooded setting backs to hundreds of acres of undeveloped resort property . Over 250' frontage on Class 1 trout steam, with 2 bridges, hiking trails, mountain spring, creekside picnic area with park style grill, and creekside vollyball court! Stone patio and Adirondack Chairs. Extensive landscape plantings among native hemlock and laurels.Trail from property leads to adjoining Historic State Park with lake, hiking trails, and picnic area
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
We found the cottage to be right out of a storybook! The sound of the babbling brook outside our window was so soothing that we never closed the windows. While other properties we looked at we're larger, they all paled in comparison to the charm and attention to detail. The kitchen was extremely well equipped, and the high end adjustable Sleep Number mattress was o so comfortable and not something found find in most rentals. While having vintage charm, the cottage was thoroughly up to date where and the craftsmanship is wonderful. We enjoyed every minute of it, from the creek side patio and outdoor firepit, to eating breakfast in the great room with all the windows open and hearing the stream and birds, to the private hiking trails The area offers so many things to do - we thoroughly enjoyed a tour of Fallingwater and great dining options, too (The Out of the Fire Cafe is now our favorite restaurant). In short, the cottage was everything it promised to be and we can't wait to come back!
My day job is an enginner for a major IT company, while my hobby is historic home renovation. I am married and we live in the Washington DC area with our 2 children.
I grew up in Pennsylvania, and I love the Laurel Highlands.
The atmosphere and setting of this property is breathtaking. It is very close to the resorts and other attractions in the Laurel Highlands, but is an attraction onto itself.
-Beautiful setting among the stream and woodlands.
- Trail leads directly into state park; makes for great hike or morning jog
- 1 mile/5 min to ski resort. Easy for skiers and nonskiers
-Walk to resturaunt with good food and great prices
- The atomsphere at sunset during the summer on the stone patio and firepit with a nice glass of wine with friends is priceless.