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Why Rent a Cabin for Your Vacation?

Are vacation cabins better than hotels? Here are the reasons why you should consider renting a cabin the next time you are planning for a vacation:

1. Gorgeous Surroundings

Picturesque views. Surrounded by nature. Sounds of birds. Mountains. Sea. Rivers. Creeks. The choice is yours. Immerse yourself in the abundance of nature, with wild flowers, and luscious trees. You cannot get that from hotels especially in the city. Here in the cabin, you can watch the beautiful starry sky and breathe the fresh air. It could not get any better than that!

2. Tranquility

One of the things you want in a vacation is for peace and quiet. Away from the noise of the city life. As most cabins are hidden away from the highways and busy roads, you will enjoy a tranquil atmosphere.

3. Space

Cabins give a warmer atmosphere than hotel rooms. The latter usually can get confining especially after a few days of staying. Why just rent a room when you can have the whole space where you can also do your cooking?

4. Cost

Renting a cabin can save you more than a hotel especially if you are accommodating an entire group. Many travelers find it cheaper staying in a cabin.

5. Pet-friendly

Many cabins offer guests the option of bringing their pet. There maybe extra fees charged but cheaper than boarding. Anyway, who wants to leave their pet behind, right?

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6. Privacy

If you want to stay in a remote location, cabins are your best options. Booking a cabin for your vacation is the perfect way to make sure that you get to stay closer to where you want to be.

7. Kitchen Facilities

Unleash your inner Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver and show off your cooking skills while you're on vacation! While you enjoy eating the local food in restaurants, the option to cook is so helpful. Unlike hotels, cabin rentals have kitchen facilities you can make use of. 

8. Live like a local

When you use vacation rentals such as a cabin for your vacation, you get the chance to enjoy a more authentic experience instead of being behind the doors of a hotel. You act less like a tourist, and more like a resident if you go the cabin rental route. In other words, it is homey. You feel at home and that you belong.

9. Choose the type of amenities you want

Gazebo-covered sunken hot tub? Fire pit? A wrap-around deck or a picnic table? How about all of these amenities plus a trail to a flowing stream? Cedar Creek Cabin Rentals have cabins with these to offer. If you want sauna for a great and relaxing spa experience, have a look at our cabins and pick your choice. 

 

Which route do you go for your next trip? Cabins or hotels?  If you also want to know the things you can do in Helen, Georgia, check out this: Exploring Helen, Georgia

 

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Have you heard about the Soque River in north Georgia, near Helen?  If not then do you know Ted Turner? The Soque River is the location of many avid fly-fishermen, including Ted Turner, and a visit to this pristine trout stream is totally worth a trip to north Georgia

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Toccoa River Fly Fishing: Best Locations & Flies For Landing Trout

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Georgia Fishing License: Where To Buy, Costs, & Age Requirements


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Fishing in Georgia includes the state's more than 4,000 miles of trout streams and more than 12,000 miles of warm water streams teeming with trout, pike and more than a dozen other fish species that populate Georgia waters. If you can't wait to try your own luck fishing in the Peach State, here's what you need to know about getting your Georgia fishing license.

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