11 Waterfront Cottages You Can Rent For Super Cheap In Pennsylvania
Pack your bags because you won't want to miss these deals
Autumn is quickly approaching and it's arguably the most beautiful season of the year in Pennsylvania. The trees start turning bright vibrant colors, the air is crisp and cool and the hustle and bustle of summer relaxes into quiet peace and serenity. The best way to enjoy the season is to plan a hideaway at one of these amazing Pennsylvania Airbnb and VRBO rentals.
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Many people like takinginto the woodlands to enjoy the fall foliage and perhaps the only thing better than a vacation in the forest is a vacation in the forest with waterfront views. It's a double whammy.
Luckily, that option exists. You and your crew can rent from this collection of beautiful Pennsylvania woodland/waterfront properties for super cheap this fall.
Get ready to pack your bags because you won't want to miss your chance to relax and watch the trees' reflection dancing on the water while the fallen leaves swirl around in the wind.
Price: $400 per night
Neighborhood: Pocono Pines
Why You Should Go: This beautiful lakefront home on Lake Naomi features all modern amenities, new kitchen appliances, three spacious bedrooms, a fireplace, a private dock and a sleeping loft. The lifeguarded beached has a gradual-grade sand bottom that can be used for, boating, sailing and kayaking. Additional features include a clubhouse, indoor and outdoor pools, sailing lessons, gourmet dining and a beach bar.
Price: $136 per night
Why You Should Go: This charming two-bedroom home is located on the banks of the Susquehanna River. It features a fully furnished kitchen, a waterfront deck, an enclosed front porch and a grill. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the use of kayaks and bicycles as an added plus. Shuttle service and private dining/catering can be provided upon request for an additional fee.
Price: $150 per night
Neighborhood: Lake Harmony
Why You Should Go: This two-fold beach and ski cottage is a lakeside oasis with two pools. Guests can kayak or bike around the lake on the beautiful three-mile trail, or relax on the beach. Things to do within a two-mile radius outside of Big Boulder include an, nightlife, motor boating and hiking Boulder Field or Hawks Falls.
Price: $395+ per night
Why You Should Go: This waterfront paradise includes a gorgeous, A-frame cottage with a cozy lofted bed and massive windows that offer delightful viewing opportunities of the lake. You'll have your own massive porch, a hammock and a private lounge area directly on the water where you can access the vast Lake Carobeth.
Price: $309 per night
Neighborhood: Pocono Mountains
Why You Should Go: Located in Pocono Mt. Lake Estates, this secluded home is beautifully furnished and fully equipped for comfortable vacation living. Guests will enjoy lake views from the kitchen, living room, loft and front deck. You can take advantage of outdoor seating, grills and sand between your toes.
Price: $117 per night
Why You Should Go: This cottage's motto is "less is more" because it features vintage charm with modern conveniences without the distractions of technology. Enjoy the woodlands surrounding you from the comfort of the cottage or the treehouse, do a little nature watching, take a hike on the local trails, or do nothing but relax in the hot tub. You won't be cut off from the world entirely; the cottage is close to entertainment, state parks and eateries.
Price: $178 per night
Neighborhood: Pocono Mountains
Why You Should Go: This cottage is located on Alpine Lake in the Northeast section of the Poconos. The floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the home are perfect for watching sunrises over the lake. If you prefer to be outside, you can enjoy lake views from the raised deck and boardwalk. If you feel like getting cozy, there is a fire pit outside and an indoor fireplace overlooking the water.
Price: $660+ per night
Neighborhood: Long Pond
Why You Should Go: This massive, sunlight-drenched cabin is basically a woodland mansion. The space offers a collaboration of Scandinavian design and natural rustic elements of a country lake house. Soak up the sun and the water on the lounge area overlooking the lake. Don't forget to unwind in the outdoor jacuzzi.
Price: $100 per night
Neighborhood: Kinzua Dam
Why You Should Go: From songbirds in the trees to fish jumping in and out of the water, this nature-filled getaway is surrounded by wildlife and serenity. Keep cozy by the fireplace or fire pit, watch some TV, and enjoy all the home's amenities. Enjoy water activities on the rolling river and breathe in the fresh mountain air.
Price: $100 per night
Why You Should Go: This newly renovated space is in the heart of Amish country. The large windows provide the perfect view of Amish buggies and opening them will allow you to hear the relaxing sounds of the stream that runs behind the home. This rental brings you closer to nature by leaving out many of the modern-world distractions like TV and game systems.
Neighborhood: Harvey's Lake
Why You Should Go: This open-concept home with marina views is located in a private and quiet neighborhood. It features three bedrooms and a living room that overlooks the lake, a private deck, a grill, modern-day appliances and spacious living. It's within walking distance of Pennsylvania's largest natural lake, Harveys Lake, so you can easily take advantage of the swimming and other water-sport opportunities.
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