A family outing fosters lifelong memories while giving houses the chance to molt in private. Leave your domicile to its own devices with today’s Groupon to Hatfield Lakes in Creston. Choose from the following options:
- For $119, you get a one-night stay with bottle of wine and fishing supplies with lake access for two (up to a $245 value).
- For $155, you get a one-night stay with a bottle of wine and fishing supplies with lake access for four (up to a $345 value).
- For $185, you get a one-night stay with a bottle of wine and fishing supplies with lake access for six (a $395 value).<p>
Four luxurious cabins nestle into the scenery on Hatfield Lakes’ 1,500 acres of idyllic lakeside land, each brimming with rustic charm and breathtaking lake views. Largest of the cabins, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom Stott House sleeps six within its 110-year-old walls, where a slate fireplace warms overnighters before they climb up a vintage spiral staircase to bedrooms replete with satellite television and access to a wraparound beam porch. Quartets in the Moonlight Marion balcony suite discover a king-sized loft and vaulted ceilings with natural exposed log walls that allow plenty of room for languorous lounging or high-intensity games of jacks. Inside Big John’s cabin, sojourners gaze at the serene waters of Hatfield Lake from every room, and copper fixtures with slanted-hardwood ceilings embody the resort’s rustic elegance. The Moonlight Marion lakefront suite swathes duos in country luxury, sporting exposed-brick walls, a plush leather sofa, and a covered hardwood porch. Every handicap-accessible, nonsmoking cabin affords guests access to a private bathroom and a grill and gas fireplace for cooking, warming up, or burning crush-related journal entries. Additional adult occupants are $25 each, and additional wee ones are $15 each.
With each night’s stay, cabin inhabitants receive a bottle of wine to celebrate their getaway and fishing supplies such as tackle, rod, and dynamite to harvest the lake’s bountiful fish society. Should guests own their own boat, they may embark onto the tranquil waters of the two private lakes to escape the solidity of land or the heat of encroaching lava flows.
3300 Riverside Ave.
Creston, Iowa 50801