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Cheese might be the first thing people think of when hearing Wisconsin, and rightfully so. The state produces the most cheese in the nation, rolling out about 2 billion pounds per year. That takes up 90% of their Wisconsin milk supply. But there’s so much more in Wisconsin to explore, from national parks, scenic byways, pristine lakes, and memorable hikes. This means that if coming toward the area, you should certainly consider staying at one of these cabins to take advantage of these features.
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This cabin stands out because of its perfect balance between modern and classic. There are all of those craved naturalistic touches, along with sleek furnishings, and a more upgraded kitchen. The deck is lit with café lights, which is always stunning. A hot tub is nestled in the corner and looks out over the land.
Subtle attributes that could almost remind us of a spa are found throughout the cabin – light wood, a no-fuss design, and beautiful tile work in the bathrooms. Warm-up by the wood-burning fireplace while sitting back with a detox tea. Or do some morning yoga out on the porch. You could turn this into a little wellness vacation.
Since the cabin only sleeps two, it is ideal for honeymoons, anniversaries, or just a weekend getaway. Inside is snuggly and cute. Peer down at the woods while being perched a little bit higher up. A well-known restaurant is right next door, so close you can walk to it. So if you’re not up for cooking, enjoy some drinks and a relaxing dinner.
The 700 square-foot abode has 6 acres that are covered with majestic trees. Guests will also have access to a trout stream, so bring your pole and try to reel in a few. Not a fisherman? Then just take a dip. A fire pit is outside for the family to enjoy. Inside, there is a main level and a loft.
Sometimes we want something more than a tent, but still want to keep the simplicity of staying in the woods. A 1920s cabin once sat on this very spot, but now a renovated A-frame takes its place. The space is small, but all one needs for a warm and comforting shelter. Portable bathrooms are on-site, and every cabin has its own fire pit and grill.
The hosts went a different direction when decorating their cabin. A minty green pairs seamlessly with the natural wood tones in the common living space. From the exposed beams to the traditional cabin feel that carries through the rest of the home, it’s a treasure. A hot tub is nestled within the deck, and a fire pit is below in the yard.
True craftsmanship has been infused into this home, and every nook and cranny seems to be special. A harmonious blend of rock, whole log beams and more earthy touches define the space. From the outside in, this is a true gem.
It’s solid, welcoming, and absolutely traditional. It’s the cabin that we all look for when seeking out our ideal vacation amongst the outdoors. The living room has large windows that showcase the scenery, and the lake is a skip away. Guests will have a private dock to utilize.
Looking so magical when walking up to the front door, this little cabin is lit with glittering lights, and surrounded by native foliage. Located near the shores of Lake Hayward, plenty of recreation is just outside. The cabin keeps a charming and basic feel throughout, and altogether it’s just perfection.
Boldly sitting amongst the native foliage, the circular blue beauty is such a quirky and fun pick for those looking for something different. Nothing short of mesmerizing, the shape makes us wonder how the architects accomplished each angle. The decor continues with the colorful theme, with Tiffany lamp style lighting, and lots of bright hues. A stream is nearby, and the rest of the natural surroundings are spot on.
You know, sometimes it is really the little things that make the difference between just a cabin, and something breathtaking. A glossy appeal is immediately noticeable when stepping through the front door. From the detailed light fixtures to the subtle enhancements of the architecture, these attributes really pull it all together. A hot tub is outside, as is a peaceful trickling creek.
As far as lake views go, this cabin takes the cake. Right on the shores, the gentle waves that are lapping against the sand can be heard from the spacious deck. A cove room inside is basically meant for looking out the window, as two chairs face outward, via the windows. Dining and living spaces are both generous in size and could be described as elegant and rustic at the same time.
Come explore all of the expected outdoor activities, along with ax throwing, and rock climbing. The property is well equipped, and close to water sources for kayaking and swimming. With just enough space, the tiny cabin is so incredibly cozy. There are not bathrooms inside, but a super nice facility is available to guests for showering and going to the bathroom.