Carbondale Pool House - Sauna, Hot Tub, Dogs OKThe Pool House is a separate cottage surrounded by gardens and swimming pool, with retro "Danish Modern" furniture, a gourmet kitchen and plush beds. We have recently added a Finnish Sauna and Japanese Ofuro Soaking Tub. In addition we now accept well behaved dogs for a fee of $35 a night. Hosts are Jane, anthropologist and D. a retired photojournalist for the New York Times. The Pool House has been inspected by the City of Carbondale, License No. VRU-21-02, State license No. HM-15747.
WOW! NEW to the Market!Grab your 😎🍹 and enjoy your poolside oasis "Mi casa es su casa!" Our Pool House is perfect for a couple's getaway or a family outing. We are conveniently located: + Less than 3 miles from Interstate 57, making travel easy and accessible. + Less than a 15-minute drive to wineries, Shawnee National Forrest, Ferne Clyffe State Park, and Tunnel Hill Bike Trail. It is no doubt the perfect place for your getaway! We provide an online welcome packet to help you plan your trip that includes our personal recommendations. This Pool House has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and enough sleeping arrangements for up to 6 guests. The pool is shared with the very busy property owners. The Pool House has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay, including central heating and a Smart TV (Amazon Firestick), propane grill, and fire pit– sure to appease all your entertainment needs during your vacation.
Couple's Retreat with HOT TUBCOUPLE'S RETREAT WITH HOT TUB The Couple Retreat is designed solely for one couple. No pets, no kids, nobody but you and your significant other. It's a place where you can relax, reconnect and rejuvenate. This cabin has everything you need to make your stay restful and soothing: + 750 square feet of living space on one level. + stone, gas fireplace + TV (DishTV) + Stocked full size kitchen + Gas Grill + Washer/Dryer + New hot tub!!! Perfect for the two of you! If you want to enjoy Mother Nature all you have to do is step outside. You'll love watching the deer graze while kicking back in the rocking chairs on the covered front porch. In the winter just snuggle up in front of the fireplace.