Two-Bedroom Cabins for Rent near Daniel Boone National Forest, KentuckySomerset, Kentucky (United States of America)
Two-Bedroom Cabins for Rent near Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky
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Stay in Daniel Boone National Forest cabin rentals for top glamping in Kentucky
Set near the Daniel Boone National Forest, there is a total of nine two-bedroom 400-square foot cabin rentals at this property. Each forest cabin is identical in size but come with distinct decorations and furnishings. They offer top-of-the-line appliances and boast two cozy bedrooms with queen-size beds. Inside, guests will find full kitchens, beautiful living spaces, and a comfortable eating area. Additionally, each of the Daniel Boone National Forest cabin rentals have a full bathroom with walk-in showers. These cabins can sleep up to a maximum of four guests.
Amenities include a full kitchen with a refrigerator, a cooktop or range, a microwave and a coffeemaker. Glampers will enjoy having a television, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. Additionally, there are bed linens, pillows, and towels.
There are dishes supplied, cookware, and utensils. Outside, guests will have a fire pit, a charcoal grill, and a picnic table. Guests will find a private dock right on site, a playground, and an outdoor kitchen.
The host will supply dish soap, dish towels, toilet paper and trash bags. All guests are responsible for personal toiletry items, extra towels, charcoal, and any paper products needed when occupying the cabin. Forest vacations are waiting to be enjoyed, so stays at this Daniel Boone Lodge should be booked straight away!
- Air conditioning
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Check out: Flexible
Pets allowed additional charge
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Somerset, Kentucky (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
No matter what season, guests who stay here can enjoy days on end of activity. In the spring, take on water rafting, hiking natural wonders or quiet afternoons along Cumberland Lake. Head to the Daniel Boone National Forest and explore Cave Run Lake, enjoy the stillness of the Laurel River Lake or rent a boat at Buckhorn Lake. Those heading into Somerset can visit the Carnegie Community Arts Center, take the kids to the town waterpark, Somersplash, and shop at the Paradise Flea Market.
In the fall, this area comes alive with boaters. Be sure to catch the Poker Run, which occurs on the second weekend in September and is known to be one of the biggest boat races in the Midwest. In the summer, fishing on Cumberland Lake is highly popular. Guests here can fish right off the dock or head to Lake Cumberland State Resort Park and General Burnside State Park.