Cave Hill Dodge Cabin features a massive stone fireplace and a spacious deck overlooking woods and a pond. You will love that it is located on a secluded, private and quiet 20 acre farm, out of sight of any other buildings.
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One of our guests said: “After a very hectic week, it was so nice to be able to relax together at the Dodge Cabin with our two furry kids. The dogs loved running in the fields – you could almost see smiles on their faces. Thank you for being dog-friendly!!! And the cabin had just about everything we needed. Loved, loved the beautiful stone fireplace! It was a beautiful, clean place and I would love to visit again. Thanks for sharing your home with us!!!”
Sleeps 6 guests.
- Downstairs is a private bedroom with queen bed
- Upstairs loft — 4 twin beds
One bathroom — with tub/shower
Pet friendly Your dog will enjoy romping and exploring the woods and fields surrounding the cabin.
Amenities: We offer boutique amenities – crisp hand ironed sheets and pillow cases, handsome comforters on the beds, fluffy towels, natural soap, and shampoo.
Cozy living room with fireplace
Relax in the living room before a sparkling fire, surrounded by warm pine paneling. We supply local seasoned hand split hardwood, kindling, newspaper and fire lighter in season (Fall, winter, early spring)
Fully equipped kitchen – – Prepare favorite family meals with flatware, dishes, wine glasses, coffee maker and filters.
Dining table seats 6 . . . or make it a game table or jigsaw puzzling table for great family memories.
WiFi: Verizon Hotspot.
Flat screen TV in great room with DISH service and a DVD player. Bring your own movies.
Out on the deck overlooking the pond and the woods is a gas grill and table and chairs for dining and lounging. Have your meals on the sun-dappled deck (weather permitting).
We do not have a hot tub.
Outdoor fire rings In the evening, start a fire in the fire pit by the cabin or go to the one by the barn and roast marshmallows. Star gaze from the big field next to the cabin, where the Milky Way shines across the sky.
Immerse yourself in nature Your children will be intrigued to stay in a cabin surrounded by woods. Stroll over to the log barn for a spectacular view of the Appalachian foothills. Walk up our woodland path to the cave, bring a flashlight to explore, and have clean clothes ready – you’ll get muddy. Or fish the small pond.
About Adams County:
Adams County is one of the most beautifully scenic counties in Ohio. The Great Serpent Mound is the largest effigy mound in the country. The Amish community offers shops and tidy well kept farms. The southern boundary is the Ohio River, with gorgeous views, fishing and boating. Nature Conservancy’s Edge of Appalachia Preserve and numerous state natural areas showcase the county’s unique features.
Visit the Great Serpent Mound and its visitor center. Check out the Wheat Ridge Amish community shops and well kept farms. Travel the Quilt Barn Trail and see the rural countryside by car. Follow the ride of Confederate John Hunt Morgan and his Raiders through Adams County in 1863.
In neighboring Brown County, visit the boyhood home of US Grant in Georgetown; see where Liza reportedly crossed the Ohio River on the ice in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Visit the Rankin House above the Ripley bluff, where lanterns hung to guide slaves escaping across the river from Kentucky.
Hike in one of the many nature preserves and natural areas in Adams County. Our favorites include Chaparral Prairie (a remnant prairie a mile away). Buzzards Roost Trail (a moderately strenuous hike in the Edge of Appalachia Preserve) and Davis Memorial Nature Preserve (features a pristine stream, high rock cliffs and a geologic fault in the cliff face).
Enjoy birding on our farm or in the nature preserves.
Fish our pond (catch and release only), the ponds in Tranquility Natural Area, Adams Lake State Park, Ohio Brush Creek or the Ohio River.
Have dinner at White Star or Moyer’s Winery. White Star in Peebles is a home-cooked food spot. Moyer’s offers dining overlooking the Ohio River.
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The Cabin has central heat /air conditioning, equipped kitchen, deck, grill, wifi (optional), satellite TV and DVD player, board games, puzzles and decks of cards. Kitchen equipment includes refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker, electric mixer and cooking utensils. We supply placemats, dishes and silverware, linens, pillows, towels and paper goods. A high chair, crib/playpen and booster seat are available upon request, and well behaved pets are welcome.
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Weekends (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and nights before holidays) $175 per night. Weeknights $150 per night. No charges for extra people.
Pets are welcome, but there is a $40 cleaning charge per stay.
Two night minimum. $30 cleaning fee.
8% discount for stays of more than 6 nights.
Rates do not include 3% local lodging tax.
For a quote, click the “Book Online Now!” button. Our link is to a secure outside payment site.
Confirmed reservations require a deposit of 25% of the total rental charge. The balance is due 30 days before arrival. Reservations may be cancelled with a $25 service charge up to 30 days prior to arrival. Deposits on reservations cancelled within 30 days of arrival will not be refunded unless the nights are taken by others.
A Few Rules
Check-in 3:00 PM; check-out before 11:00 AM. Let us know if this does not work for you. We can often be flexible. We do not allow smoking in the house, and advise caution outside since it is often dry. If you smoke outside please pick up your butts and filters. No fires outside except in a fire pit. No firearms or hunting. We do not allow all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes or other motorized vehicles off the gravel roads; our paths are for foot traffic only. The Cabin has an on-site septic system, so flush only human waste down the toilet. Cave Hill Road is a private one lane gravel road. Please drive slowly and cautiously. If you meet an oncoming car, please pull over or into the nearest driveway.