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Tips for Week Long Trip to Ohio

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Hi! I'm trying to plan a romantic getaway in Ohio and would really appreciate it if anyone here could give advice on places to stay and sensible ways to save money while there. I already have some affordable flights scoped out, but my fear is that the cost of spending a week at a place like Hocking Hills (our original choice) would push the trip over our low-income budget. Adding to my concern is that, since our trip would need to be in early or middle December, a lot of places will probably be closed for winter.
Our hope was to stay in a cozy little cabin but we're definitely willing to be flexible and make compromises in order to make this happen. In short, we're looking for a place where two people on a budget could afford to stay for a week (or at least a few days!) during December. Any and all advice you guys have will be huuuugely appreciated, trust me!
Thanks!

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