Hideout Chalet 919
Pocono Mountain Rental
-Vacation Rental Chalet, 2 Levels, Full Kitchen –
Mountains ~ Pocono MountainsSpecial Amenities & Permissions
Special Amenities: Fireplace, Country Porch, Very Cozy Home
Permissions: Pets-ASK~ Smoking-ASK~ Children-WelcomeWeekly Rates, $US: $950/week.
*Contact us for holiday rates
|The first industries in Monroe County grew from its natural resources – lumber and agriculture in the summer, ice in the winter, and tourists year round to enjoy all of its beauty. Sawmills turned timber into lumber. Bark suitable for tanning hides prompted tannery construction. Gristmills grounded agricultural crops. Bricks were made throughout the county.
This beautiful three bedroom Pocono vacation rental home is tucket away on a winding country road in the Hideout, a four-star resort community in the Lake region of the Pocono Mountains that offers serenity, privacy, gated community access, and a myriad of activities and attractions in this premier Pocono PA vacation rental area. The layout and many amenities of this vacation house make it the perfect location for your next family vacation, romantic couples’ getaway, family reunion, or lodging for high school and college reunions in the Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, East Stroudsburg, and PA areas. Enjoy swimming, fishing, or simply lounging around by the lake, one of six, or play a few rounds of golf on our private course. The peaceful surroundings of this Pocono retreat belie the many activities and attractions you’ll find locally.
This Pocono Mountains vacation home boasts three bedrooms suite with scenic views of the Poconos foliage and two bathrooms, as well as a fully equipped country kitchen, dining area, and a great room with a fireplace and skylight. From the living room, you can step out to the large, covered country porch, where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful mountain foliage. After a full day of taking in all the Poconos have to offer, grill up a barbecue dinner on the deck from one of the many local Pocono area farm merchants, enjoy a romantic meal in front of the large fireplace, or eat out at one of the many local gourmet restaurants. Finish off the evening with stargazing from the private oversized porch and enjoy the beautiful Pocono Mountain scenery and that fresh country air.
All our guests have access to all the amenities the Hideout has to offer, including our own private golf course, six lakes, pools, beaches, downhill skiing and showboarding, cross country skiing, ski lodge, parks, playgrounds, indoor and outdoor tennis, fishing, boating, hiking, indoor and outdoor basketball, softball, bocci, shuffleboard, horseshoes, sledding, ice skating, miniature golf, handball, beach volleyball, a pavilion, campgrounds for tents and RV camping, rowboats and paddleboats, swim lessons, golf lessons, clubhouse, game room, gourmet restaurant, pub, arts and crafts center, woodworker’s shop, gym, and a fitness center. Day and evening activities in the Hideout may include but are not limited to pool and ping-pong tournaments, Night at the Races, movies, cards, childrens’ and family bingo, luaus, nature walks, computer classes, art classes, social groups, dances, and many other adult and childrens’ activities.
We’re ten minutes from Lake Wallenpaupack, where you can rent jet-skis, powerboats, and other types of watercraft, five minutes from a zoo, driving range, paintball, horseback riding, antique shops, and nature areas, including state game lands. We’re only one-half hour from several major Pocono Mountain ski areas, including Montage Mountain, Elk Mountain, Shawnee, Big Bear, and Tanglewood, where you can go skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing, museums, cultural centers, theaters, cinemas, several golf courses, water parks, malls, white-water rafting, outlet shopping, and historic sight-seeing tours. And it’s only five minutes to the best ribs anywhere. We offer discount coupons to these and many other special local activities and events, as well as provide event guides for local Poconos happenings.
In the early days, Monroe County continued to use its natural resources and evergreens became Christmas trees and holiday decorations, while elsewhere on the mountain, huckleberries, chestnuts, hickory nuts, and maple syrup were harvested. Quarrying operations yielded flagstone, building stone, slate and sand. Icehouses on the lakes thrived until electricity made the need to refrigerate with ice obsolete.
|Jan/01-Dec/31: $350/Weekend(2-Nights) – $950/Weekly(7 Guests)Note: Please add these extra charges to our vacation rental rates:|
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