Meet the Hosts

Owners Laban and Julie love living and raising their family in the country. They both enjoy the outdoors, walking in the woods or other nature trails, landscaping, traveling, good music, and spending time with family and friends. Julie loves working outside in her flowerbeds as soon as spring brings warmer weather. Laban loves quiet times in nature. They both love spring and are glad when winter is behind them.

Laban and Julie Kaufman 2018

About the Cabin's Location

Mesopotamia is a rustic village in eastern Ohio, with 21 historic buildings that are included on the National Register of Historic Places. The End of the Commons General Store can be found at the south end of the town center, along with the world’s largest horse and buggy.

Nearby Middlefield (Ohio) boasts several quality restaurants, and guests sometimes drive 45 minutes north to a beach on Lake Erie. See more area attractions.

End of the Commons

Gas Station

Horse & Buggy

Photos courtesy of Gerry Rosser

Picture-Perfect Summer Getaway

The cabin and its location were picture perfect, and our entire stay was incredible! Beautifully detailed home with thoughtful touches like complimentary snacks, drinks, and toiletries - not to mention the heavenly bed in the loft. The fireplace made us feel cozy on a cold day, and the backyard fire pit, grill, and patio will make this the perfect summer getaway. The hosts were kind, easy to contact, and responded immediately if I had any questions. Forever Spring Cabin is a true beauty, and we plan on returning next year!