A Wisconsin cabin with a fireplace brings the coziest comfort during winter. Imagine hitting the trails all day and the whole family looking like Rudolph with red noses and rosy cheeks. When you finally step back into the cabin, your hard work is rewarded with the warmth from a gorgeous fireplace.
Round up the family and head to one of these Wisconsin cabins with amazing fireplaces. Don’t forget the hot cocoa!
There’s something magical about Door County that takes you miles away from the distractions of daily life, but you’re never too far from where the action is. Nestled in the woods, just minutes from the waterfront village, the Egg Harbor Log Cabin is the perfect place for your family to get away and enjoy some winter bliss.
Inside the cabin, the knotty hardwood floors add to the authentic log cabin experience and make you feel that much more cozy in front of the wood burning fireplace. The cabin also features immediate access to snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails, so you won’t have to worry about cabin fever.
Home to the extraordinary Ice Caves, Bayfield has long been a famous winter destination for Wisconsin travelers. If you’re looking for lodging as unique as the caves themselves, look no further than the Boulder Ridge Treehouse. Raised 12-feet off the ground, you certainly won’t have to worry about getting snowed in here — although you may want to be.
Inside, the gas fireplace, surrounded by stones collected from Lake Superior, keeps the place warm. Cozy up in front of the fire and marvel at the winding driftwood bannisters and polished wood slab countertops that add to the cabin’s unique charm.
Grand Pines combines the conveniences of staying at a resort with the seclusion of having your own place. With 20 different cabins to choose from, Grand Pines can accommodate families as small as 3 or as large as 14.
In any of the Grand Pines cabins, you’ll find stone fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs to keep you feeling pampered throughout your stay. The antiques and nostalgic artifacts adorning the walls will transport you to a simpler time when gathering the family around the fire wasn’t a mere tradition, but a way of life.
The Cothren House is someplace you need to see to believe. The inside of the historic cottage is downright idyllic: open the cabin door with the antique skeleton key, and you’re greeted by an expansive fireplace that makes for a primitive, yet comforting atmosphere. As soon as you step in, you’ll want to throw on some flannel and brew the hot cocoa to complete the experience. Don’t get too comfy though — the restaurants, shops, and galleries of Mineral Point aren’t far from your front door.