Live Your Cottagecore Fantasy in These Trendy Ohio WiFi-Less Cabins with Phone Lock Boxes

Ohioans can take the unplugged plunge at these tiny, hip, and totally in-demand rentals in Lisbon.

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It sounds pretty dreamy, right? A cozy and aesthetically pleasing, reasonably-priced cabin situated in nature where your iPhone's red notification bubbles, social media pings, and unanswered work emails are no match for the peace and serenity that comes with truly logging the hell off.

Well, Brooklyn-based startup Getaway has created escapes across the nation that would be perfectly suited to accompany Taylor Swift's whimsical recent album releases. Ohioans can take the unplugged plunge at these tiny, hip, and totally in-demand rentals.

Located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, the Beaver Creek Outpost in Libson, Ohio, is one of 13 Getaway destinations across the United States. The cabins are spread across 59 acres of land, surrounded by Little Beaver Creek and featuring a pond and nature path to explore.

All cabins range from 140 to 200 square feet and start at $129 per night. They include air conditioning, heat, a private bathroom, shower, running water, two-burner stove, pots and pans, a fire pit and grill grate, picnic table, and optional cell phone lockbox. Guests can book either a one-bed or two-bed cabin and can bring their dog along for an additional $40.

You can also add the sustenance box for $30, which comes with snacks, cans of soup, beef jerky, pasta, and pasta sauce.

Apparently, due to the pandemic, Getaway stays are pretty damn popular. An article by MLive says the company saw a 150% increase in bookings in 2020, and almost all of Getaway's outposts were booked 100% of the time, which means if you're interested, you may want to book soon.

Getaway Beaver Creek is accepting reservations from March 8 and beyond. To learn more, visit