1751 County Road 308, Bellevue, Ohio 44811
Dancing Fox Cabin
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Paul and Janell have added a new concept in vacation rental accommodations for travelers visiting the north coast area. For us, combining the idea of building a small, efficient cabin and using reclaimed materials went hand in hand with our goal of being environmentally friendly and providing a unique, one of a kind accommodation.
Its main theme falls into the genre of a rustic cabin built almost exclusively with repurposed materials found in the surrounding Bellevue area. Its broad appeal is to those who seek truly unique accommodations as well as those who appreciate local historical implications all within the framework of New Age attitudes and the dynamics of “Going Green”. The cabin’s rustic structure and everything relative to it on the exterior and contents were built or decorated with 95+% recycled-repurposed-reincarnated materials. A complete photo album and list of those materials and their origins is available upon request as documentation. This concept has been fully realized while simultaneously creating a welcoming and comfortable environment with cost-conscience rates. The ambiance created while staying at the Dancing Fox cabin will include feelings of inspirational, timelessness, thought-provoking, well-being and so very many more. It may awake senses you haven’t experienced before.
We are a pet free and smoke free interior environment. This touches just a few points about our eco-friendly setting. We are committed to continually evaluating our operations in order to employ more environmentally friendly methods of providing the best service to our guests. We believe that each initiative we pursue with the help of our guests, no matter how small, helps to preserve our town for future generations.
Dancing Fox Cabin amenities include sleeping capacity for 4-5 persons in a one room settler style cabin with queen size log frame bunk beds, modest size but well equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower, a completely secure environment, six-person outdoor hot tub, early settler wooden chimney with gas fireplace, old-world style pergola with fire pit and campfire wood, picnic tables, patio with gas grill, ample parking and storage for bicycles and additional gear.
Both the Dancing Fox cabin and the
Harpster-Davenport Guest House are also available to the public for nightly, extended stay or long term lodging for business travelers, student interns, church members, traveling medical profession, relocating to the area and a host of others requiring secure, lovingly furnished and affordable accommodations.
For more information about the Dancing Fox cabin, please call: 419-602-1009 or visit our website.