The Original Woodbury Cabin
Secluded Cabin Rental With Fishing Pond
Nestled in a hollow and surrounded by 42 wooded acres, the Woodbury Cabin offers privacy and peacefulness few other rental cabins can offer. Located in Coshocton County, just outside of Warsaw, Ohio, our log cabin is within short distance of Amish Country, Longaberger, Roscoe Village, the Mohican River, public wildlife areas, and other attractions. For those who are looking for the perfect getaway cabin rental, Woodbury Cabin offers a beautiful stone fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, jetted tub for two, complete seclusion, scenic hiking trails, a stocked pond (no fishing license required), and an abundance of wildlife such as deer and turkey. For those wanting a large group, family oriented and kid friendly cabin, you will find sleeping accomodations for up to 14 guests, bunk beds in the basement, an air hockey table, a bridge to fish from and a pedal boat. Since it is the only cabin on the 42 acres (not another building in sight), you can be assured that you will not be disturbed by other renters nor will you need to worry about disturbing anyone. If you are looking to fish, hunt, bird watch, canoe, or simply escape the complications of the everyday world, then the Woodbury Cabin is for you!
David on September 8th, 2020:
"Very clean, the cabin is as portrayed. The trails and local area are very quiet, our favorite place we have stayed for a quiet getaway. The cabin is beautiful and we found ourselves fully immersed in nature. Our dog loved the trails and long quiet roads. We had a big storm on the last night of our stay but had plenty to do inside."
Victor on July 26th, 2020:
"We stayed at this cabin for a family get together. What a nice, beautiful, and breathtaking property! The property was secluded and gorgeous. It was everything we hoped for and more! We never left except to get a pizza. We made lots of hotdogs and burgers on the charcoal grill. We enjoyed sitting around the fire pit and we also enjoyed the large pond. The kids went fishing and released all the fish back into the pond after they were caught. They loved the paddleboat. It was so pretty to get up early in the morning and listen to the birds chirp and walk to the pond and see the beautiful reflection of the bridge across the pond. There were plenty of games to play and very well-stocked. The kids also enjoyed the air hockey. I really enjoyed the swing on the porch. We cooked some amazing meals in the kitchen. We are so happy all the pots and pans were already there and that we didn’t have to drag them along. It was also nice to sit outside at night with cool lights that kind of looked like Christmas lights but bigger. You can sit and talk on the upstairs porch or you can go downstairs and sit and talk on the downstairs porch. There are so many places to go and relax and enjoy nature. We walked all the trails and the kids had a blast. The cabin was very comfortable and beautifully decorated. We had good Wi-Fi. We slept in the master bedroom on the main floor and the bed was so soft. Loved the sound machine. The cabin is beautiful and so is the property on which its located. All of the appliances were in working order. The owners are very attentive and answered all the questions we had for them. If anyone wants a great cabin experience, definitely stay here. We had such a great time and it was a wonderful weekend for our family! I would definitely stay here again!!!! It was peaceful and quiet... simply serene Thank you so much for the perfect getaway!"
42 wooded acres of complete privacy.
Sleeps up to 14 guests (base rate is for 6 guests)
4pm Check-in, 11am check-out
All linens and towels included
Large fire pit (optional wood available for purchase)
2 park-style charcoal grills
2 Large fishing ponds stocked with bass, bluegill, perch, crappie, and channel cats. Pedal boat included at no charge.
Huge 24 foot covered porch with great views of the property.
Near Coshocton, Mt Vernon, Newark, Millersburg, Roscoe Village and the Woodbury Wildlife Area
A short drive to Amish Country, The College of Wooster, Kenyon College and the Mount Vernon Nazarene University