Secluded Log Cabin Nestled in the Woods in Athol, New YorkAthol, New York (United States of America)
Secluded Log Cabin Nestled in the Woods in Athol, New York
This secluded log cabin is located in Athol, New York, and can accommodate 13 guests. There are five bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Two bedrooms boast a queen-size bed as well as a twin bed, while the third bedroom has a queen bed. In the loft area, guests will find a comfy king-size bed while the fifth bedroom is perfect for kids with four twin beds. In the first bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, a tub and a shower. In the second bathroom, there is a sink, a toilet, a shower, and a claw foot tub. Linens are provided.
In the living room, guests will find sofas, a sled coffee table, and a fireplace. The fully equipped kitchen comes with a stove, a refrigerator, an oven, a microwave, a coffee maker, and a dishwasher. Dishes, silverware, cooking utensils, pots, pans, and basic pantry items are provided. There is also an 18-inch stone island, perfect for meal preparations and large group gatherings. In the dining area, there is a table for 10 with a big wood-burning fireplace under a massive cathedral ceiling and loft area. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a washer and dryer, a hairdryer, and radiant floor heating. There is also a game room and a large beverage bar.
Outside, guests will love spending time on the front deck and the covered porch, perfect for barbecues and to watch the sunsets behind the Adirondack Mountains.
This property has air conditioning, a wood fireplace, and radiant heated floors throughout the home. Inside there is a washer, a dryer, a hairdryer, and Wi-Fi. Linens are provided.
There is a recreation room with a bar, a pool table, and a chess table. In addition, there is a gear room and an outhouse.
Outside, there is parking enough for cars, boats, RVs and toy haulers. In addition, there is an outside dining area, a hammock, and a fire pit.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The minimum age of the primary renter is 27 years old.
Loud parties are not permitted, however, should guests want to enjoy a quiet event, they can do so.
Guests are expected to keep the property in an orderly fashion. Parents should be mindful of their children around the accommodation.
There is a damage deposit of $200.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
It is at the discretion of each individual host as to whether the booking can be rescheduled to another available date. If you cancel at any time, you will not receive any refund.
Location and surroundings
Athol, New York (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
There are plenty of indoor and outdoor activities to do in Athol, New York. In the summer, guests can enjoy fishing, boating, kayaking, whitewater rafting, tubing, and canoeing. They can do these in Lake George Village just 11 miles away or at Hudson and Schroon rivers. Nearby there is also a Six Flags Indoor Waterpark, a Six Flags Amusement Park, and a Cronin’s Golf Course 10 miles away. 12 miles away, guests can find Million Dollar Beach Lake George, perfect to swim and to lounge in during the warmer months. For some cultural experience, guests can take a tour with Lake George Steamboat Company, visit House of Frankenstein Wax Museum, and head out to the bluegrass and jazz festivals in the city.
In the spring or fall, glampers can enjoy hiking, birdwatching, and wildlife sightings. There are over 80 acres of land to hike or bike. Guests can also visit Adirondack Museum, Adirondack Extreme Zip Line Course, or Fort William Henry for rodeo and horseback riding.
In the winter, visitors can go skiing or snowboarding on the slopes of Gore Mountain North Creek and at Mt. Hickory.