Are you yearning for a cabin in the woods, yet are torn between that and a trip to Walt Disney World® Resort? Well, how about a combo vacation, something easily accomplished at Copper Creek Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. These delightful accommodations are an ingenious new addition to the Walt Disney World scene with 26, two-bedroom, two-bath cabins nestled waterside and set among the pine trees on the shore of Bay Lake. Tour Disney’s Wilderness Lodge on the Glass Slipper Concierge YouTube channel!
Gorgeous native landscaping surrounds each cabin sleeping eight in a king bed, queen bed, fold-out bed, queen-size sleeper sofa, and sleeper chair (wood flooring found throughout). On entry are the two bedrooms across the hall from each other, each with en-suite baths.
The larger master bedroom holds a king bed with Native American motif headboard, desk/bureau, armoire, TV, and it’s own exit to the porch near the outdoor fireplace fronted with two comfy chairs. The master bath has double sinks in a cream quartz vanity, in-mirror TV, large shower, and separate oversized bubble-jet tub with a wall of marble surround.
The guest room comes with a queen bed, window alcove seating, a single bed that folds out of the cabinetry, and a TV. In the bath is a single-sink bath with a pebble floor shower.
The living area’s focal point is the double-sided stone fireplace (the other side extends to the screened-in porch). Two walls of windows overlooking the water are controlled by two sets of remote shades (one for transparency and one for privacy). Surrounding the fireplace are the sleeper sofa, three easy chairs, and a long bench-style coffee table.
The open kitchen has a sink, stove, microwave, dishwasher, and full-size refrigerator. Nearby is a freestanding, small granite island with seating for four, and next to it is an oversized dining table seating 8.
And best of all is the cabin’s oh-so-nostalgic screened-in, wraparound porch with flagstone flooring, picnic table, double-sided fireplace, and hot tub—just envision yourself in this setup early morning watching the “world” come alive with a nice mug of coffee in hand!
Don’t expect to see the fireworks except from a handful of cabins (I’ve heard Cabin #1 and #26 are the best!).
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