Welcome to Pine Creek Hospitality
We are currently closed for the season. Come back April 1st to stay with us or get a hold of us anytime to make your reservations for next year!
We have 3 cabins and a former hunting lodge located in a delightful heavily wooded setting on Little Pine Creek, (a stocked trout stream) just below the Little Pine Creek State Park. Each of these facilities has all of the conveniences for modern living, including high speed internet, TV, and phone service, plus all of the standard amenities, including showers, kitchen, etc.
The Bear Cabin and the Trout Cabin both border on and overlook the stream among huge old trees which provide a cool and serene environment. Executives, who can work from home, have found our facilities to be a delightful place to continue their work activities, yet have some of the nation's best fishing only a short distance away. A 23" rainbow trout was taken by a tenant, within view of the Trout and Bear cabin porches. (May 2016) In April, a "burned out" executive spent almost a month recuperating, and reported that he felt 100% improved, when he left.
We suggest you take a look at each of our facilities, which can sleep from 2 to 15. A bunk house is centrally located and can sleep an extra two people.
Perfect for Little League World Series visitors. Only 45 minutes away.
The Bear Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.
The Bear Cabin has 1 bedroom with a full sized bed which sleeps 2, and a bunk bed which also sleeps two There is a pull-out couch, as well. The cabin has all of the amenities for modern living, including high speed internet, TV, and phone, There is a very nice bathroom, complete with vanity and shower. The kitchen has a stove, fridge, coffee-maker, and most of the other amenities one would expect to find. There is a very large deck, shaded with big old trees, with gas grill, that overlooks the creek, as well as a nearby animal feeder. Click here for more info and pricing.
The Trout Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.
The Trout Cabin is a one room cabin, perfect for a couple, by itself. It does have a pull out couch which will sleep two extra, and the bunk house is only a few steps away, which will sleep two, and is very reasonably priced. It has a bathroom with shower, kitchen with stove and fridge, plus most all of the amenities expected where meals are prepared. There is high speed internet, TV, and phone service. The dining table has two large picture windows. One overlooking the creek, and the other with a perfect view of the animal feeder, located next door. Click here for more info and pricing.
The Deer Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.
The Deer Cabin is located 4 miles from Waterville, and 3/4 of a mile from Little Pine Creek State Park. It is only 50 yards from Little Pine Creek, a stocked trout stream, and is in a shaded setting of very large white pines and oaks. A nearby animal feeder attracts wild turkeys, deer, and a host of other "critters". There is a stone fireplace with picnic table in a small pavilion to the side of the cabin. Two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a bunk bed, makes it perfect for a couple with two children. Click here for more info and pricing.
The Turkey Lodge < Click for more info and pricing.
The Turkey Lodge, sleeps 12-15, has 3 bedrooms, with room for additional bunk beds, and possibly other sleeping accommodations. 1 bedroom has two double beds, the 2nd bedroom has a single double bed, and the bunk room has three beds, with room for more. It also has two bathrooms, and 2 showers, plus a bath tub. It has a huge combination kitchen, dining, living room, as well. Click here for more info and pricing.
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The Bunk House is a small building centrally located between the Bear, Trout, and Deer Cabins. It has two single beds, which would be ideal for children, or an overflow of adults, as well. Other than reading lights at each bed, there are no other conveniences in the structure. $20/night
Rt. 44 Cabin < Click for more info and pricing.
The Rt. 44 cabin is a two bedroom cabin that sleeps 6. It is located near the intersection of Rt. 44 and Rt. 414, only 1 mile from Waterville. It is only 1/2 mile to the Waterville access area of the Pine Creek hiking/biking trail. and only 20 minutes to the finest trout fishing east of the Rocky Mts. at Slate Run. In addition, another one of the areas most productive Catch and Release fly fishing section on Little Pine Creek is only 10 minutes away. This cottage can be used year round. Click here for more info and pricing.
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What Our Guests Have to Say
"Perfect for a couple. Has everything you need for a relaxing getaway. Very quiet place in a 6 cabin "neighborhood". There is a small 2 store town about 2 miles away if you need anything. The caretaker, John, is very nice and stopped by on my check in day to make sure everything was ok, super friendly guy that is very knowledgeable about the area and local hiking trails..."
William & Amy Courtney:
September 6th, 2016
“Everything was just as described and more! Richard the owner kept in constant communication prior to our arrival, provided us with all information need and very helpful suggestions. Johnny the manager was beyond amazing he met us there informed of all the amenities. He even gave my 3 year old a ride on his tractor!! The location is peaceful and beautiful. we spent our days fishing and we even took baths in the creek..." Read More
Michelle: August 9th, 2016
"AWESOME PLACE !!! The cabin is located on an excellent area, loved the creek right in front of the property, and my kids loved the playground area, spent the evenings on the swings, which was a great surprise for us because is not included on the description. The property is well maintained and there is plenty of activities to choose from: LOTS of fishes, many places to go for a swim (you can pick from the lake at 10 mins from the cabin, or the river at 20 mins), bike and hike trails, we got to see eagles, turtles, deer, hedgehogs, birds and many more creatures that we ever seen before....Read More
Date of arrival: July 4, 2016