Cabin getaways are the perfect winter aesthetics (minus any Misery or Cabin Fever hindrances). Dealing with the chaotic city, sometimes a wonderful retreat just outside of Chicago is the most useful way to go about the brutal winters. Cause we all know Chicago’s winters tend to drag on much longer than necessary.
However, instead of weighing you down with a lengthy list, UrbanMatter’s gonna switch it up a bit and give you the cream of the crop. That’s right, the ultimate Cabin destination, that’s unlike any of its competition. Luxurious, charming, and of course, pleasantly wooden, here is the ultimate cabin getaway.
*FYI…Plan ahead folks, these cabins are always booked.
Since 1995, and curated by couple Susan and Norbert Calnin, Candlewood Cabins has been the serene getaway for families, couples, and individuals alike to escape the buzzing city and tune into the calming woods. Located in the rolling hills of Richland Center, Wisconsin, (approximately 4 hours from Chicago), the luxurious estate features intimate and captivating cabins, with various opportunities for activities within and around Candlewood. Choose among their 6 custom cabins, each vastly distinguished and intimate. Activities include:
Trailing the woods & sightseeing
Tubing, Canoeing, & Kayaking
Movies & Parks around the area to explore
Take a look at their cabin options. It’ll be hard to choose one!
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