Serve up good times to your family and friends in these entertaining cabin rentals with wet bars.
1. Elk Lodge
The wet bar serves two plush seating areas, each with overstuffed sofas. A flat-screen TV lets you watch your favorite shows or sports. Steps away are pool, foosball, air hockey, and one of the lodge’s three decks—for sipping or snacking outdoors.
This gorgeous cabin’s luxuries include a beautiful, wood-trimmed wet bar with storage and bar space for fixing refreshments. The pool table is close by, and leather couches complete the comfy yet classy vibe.
The unusual loft game room includes kids’ fun, “hidden” beds tucked away in the wall, plus a pool table, TV, and a convenient wet bar. This cabin basks in natural light from the large windows that overlook the wooded view.
This spectacular full bar, built of wood and stone, boasts a counter that seats four in front with ample space behind the counter for you to play bartender. Check out the beer tap, mini-fridge, slate-topped prep space and unique wooden sink. Belly up to this bar and watch the flat-screen TV overhead.
The wet bar in this cozy cabin serves both the living area, with its stone fireplace and leather couches, and the game area with an antique-style pool table. A generously sized mini-fridge and plenty of countertop mean you can stock up, so beverages are always close by.
Lounge at the counter of this rustic full bar (it’s perched on classic wooden barrels), or get behind the bar to dole out the drinks and the fun. Your personal “Cheers” includes a crackling fireplace, high-top bar table, and pool table. The views outside the floor-to-ceiling windows are a bonus.
Entertaining cabins with wet bars don’t get better than this. In one spacious room, enjoy a private theater seating 12, plus foosball, air hockey, and arcade games. You need a wet bar to fuel the good times, and this large bar keeps treats handy for a film festival or foosball tournament.
The full bar shows off the loveliest bar stools around, hewn from logs for a charming country look. Behind the knotty pine counter is a large worktop where you can prepare drinks for folks nearby as they rack up pool balls or settle down to watch the flat-screen TV.