Rentals (270) 646-3199
Welcome to Harston Hideaways
You will love staying at our hidden away, hand built log cabins located in the woods, next to the water, with complete privacy. Walk out on the back deck and enjoy the hummingbirds feeding. Watch for the deer and raccoons or listen to the many calls of the birds.
These beautiful lakefront log cabins are secluded for a quiet retreat, completely furnished with antiques and all full size kitchen appliances. We supply your coffee, cream, sugar, salt/pepper, cookware, dishes, linens and bedding.
All of our Cabins are totally modern with central heat and air. Each is complete with modern appliances but furnished for comfortable country living with antiques, stone fire places (operational seasonally-gas fire logs) for a more rustic and romantic stay in the winter months, large decks, porch swings and gazebos for outdoor fun in the spring, summer, and fall months. All cabins have cable TV, DVD player, and free wifi if you’re not trying to get away from everything! The cabins are ideally designed for adults seeking a unique, quiet hideaway.
- Are excellent for anniversaries, honeymoons, or just a vacation getaway.
- Provide comfortable cooking and eating areas.
- Are Lakeside and Private.
- Are only 1-mile from Barren River Lake State Resort Park and Marina offering Boat Rentals, Horse Back Riding, Nature Trails, and More.
- Are only 35 minutes from Mammoth Cave National Park Area, offering Cave Tours, Zip Line Fun, Mini Golf, Bumper Cars, Bumper Boats, Climbing Wall, Alpine Slides, and More.
Harston Hideaways has an Adults-only policy (13 years old and up), occupancy limited to Registered Guests Only. (Limit Six Adults and No Pets)
Reasonable rates based on occupancy with a two night minimum on the week-ends.
We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.
Open all year
WE DO NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS.
CANCELLATION REQUIRES 20 DAY NOTIFICATION.
For Reservations call: Daytime: 8:30 Am -4:30 Pm 270-646-3199
Office located directly across from Barren River State Park entrance on Route 31-E (log cabin with red tin roof).