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7 C's Lodging
Based on 6 traveler reviews
One of the BEST!
Aug 20, 2012 by: MJAFish from Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, United States
If you want your very own cabin, this is it! Located on a highway & only a short distance from the interstate in a small Burg, it's hard to believe how little noise there is. Each roomy cabin is owner constructed. Modern and rustic in one with tasteful country details. Microwave, coffee maker, kitchen sink, small fridge with freezer, (4 seat) table, large bathroom, with walkin shower, A/C & heater, deep set windows that open easily (& lock) with blinds & curtains, very soft absorbent towels, rocker, 2 super comfortable beds, flat screen tv (with dish), wi fi, terrific covered front porch...the list is endless! Each cabin is situated to allow for privacy. Restaurant on premises.
Mar 15, 2012 by: ZXZX19 from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
We had a wonderful experience here and will certainly return. We stayed in Cabin #1 for one night and were completely satisfied. This is located very close to the highway exit, and there is an on-site restaurant. The cabins are fairly close together but situated in a way which maximizes privacy. Each has a porch which is a wonderful touch. At no time could we hear anyone else, and we enjoyed having a private cabin all to ourselves. Upon entering the cabin, one is welcomed with an inviting aroma. It was a great mix of country charm with modern amenities. Our cabin had two double beds, which were quite comfortable with plenty of pillows. The bathroom was exceptionally clean with bright lighting, good ventilation, and a separate heating system. It bears noting that the shower, while larger than normal, did not have a bathtub. There was a cozy and useful kitchenette area with a smaller dining room table, mini refrigerator, a full-size microwave, a 4-cup coffeemaker, and a sink. The cabin comes stocked with regular and decaf coffee packs, plastic cups, and a roll of paper towels. We appreciated the table when we ordered a pizza later at night. Our room also contained a small reading area with a charming wooden rocking chair and a small table complete with an assortment of magazines. While we did not take advantage of this service, a massage therapist is available to provide a massage in your cabin. This cabin seemed to be solid and well constructed. It has modern features but also exudes a down-home comfort with a warm country décor not found in the relatively bland, sterile environment of most chain hotels. This is decidedly different and a wonderful place if you are looking for a relaxing, peaceful getaway. The price was quite reasonable and well worth it.
Just as advertised with a beautiful location.
Dec 05, 2011 by: Texazstar from FT Worth
We have stayed here several times. It is a new, rustic cabin feel with all the amenities of a hotel. The location is good for events at Rocky Gap or the train in Cumberland. Very peaceful and quiet. The owners are very accommodating and their are two diners within walking distance. We stay at Rocky Gap often, but we tend to like the cabins better if they are available. Make your reservations early.
Aug 24, 2011 by: cunning12 from Bowie, Maryland
We had a terrific time staying at 7 C's this past weekend. The cabins are really lovely -- full of country charm and special touches. Scented candles add to the ambiance. The beds were very very comfortable, the bathroom is large and modern, and the coffee maker and coffee (both decaf and regular) was a nice touch. June was a wonderful host. She suggested a restaurant for dinner (Puccio's, about 5 miles away) and she even made reservations for us. The dinner turned out to be exceptional. Afterwards, we returned to our cabin and spent the evening on our porch looking out at the mountains and listening to the crickets and tree frogs. The rocking chair and porch glider were both comfortable and relaxing. We had breakfast the next morning at the little Country Cafe on the 7 C's property -- it's convenient, quaint, and absolutely fabulous. The Western Omelet was without doubt the best we've ever had. For about the same price as a standard room in one of the chain hotels in the area you can get a unique and relaxing cabin at 7 C's. There's just no comparison! We will certainly be back the next time we're in Western Maryland.
Sep 15, 2010 by: stacykat414 from Atlanta
This is a wonderful place to stay if you are planning a trip to the Cumberland Maryland area. We were taking our boys (one 3, twins 18 months) to ride the Western Maryland Scenic RR and stayed here one night, wished we stayed longer. It was so clean, it felt like we were the first people to stay in our Cabin #2. My boys loved playing on the front porch, blowing bubbles. A good sized refrigerator with freezer, and microwave and sink. No hairdryer hanging in the bathroom or iron so if you need these, take them. If they had put those items there, it would ruin the overall feeling of the accomodation so I don't find this a negative. When we arrived we were given plenty of pamphlets regarding the area. The commute to Cumberland is about 15 minutes and we didn't feel we were missing out on anything not staying in town. On the weekend the on sight restaurant is open convenient hours, and we ordered to go Saturday night, and ate breakfast there Sunday morning. All the food was very good, and our waitress very personable and accomodating. Highly recommend, for families or couples. For the price of a hotel, but with privacy and a mountain view.
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