What an incredible place to stay. Jason and Joan were extremely welcoming and helped us with everything we needed. Enjoy the beautiful campsites th...
What an incredible place to stay. Jason and Joan were extremely welcoming and helped us with everything we ...
Secluded Tipi in Stunning Woodland near Albany, New YorkCoeymans Hollow, New York (United States)
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· Pets allowed · Barbecue
This tipi, set on 225 acres of a stunning working farm and secluded woodland, sleeps two guests and is near Albany, New York, in the foothills of the Catskills. Situated near the farm's large vegetable garden, glampers are sure to enjoy seeing a lot of wildlife wandering around the rental, in addition to the Angora goats, cow, and horse that call this wonderful rental home.
Inside this unique rental, there is stone flooring, giving it a unique aesthetic. It has a double bed, and there is also a fireplace inside, making it a cozy space on those cooler evenings. While enjoying a secluded setting, the rental is close to the communal facilities, including the outdoor bathroom facilities.
The tipi has a hammock outside, perfect for whiling away a sunny afternoon with a good book. There is also a barbecue for guests to cook up delicious grilled meat and vegetables. In the evenings, there is a shared fire pit around which guests can congregate, and meet fellow travelers to share stories and experiences.
With numerous hiking trails and forest-based activities available at the rental, guests will be able to make the most of the unique forest setting of the rental. With the hustle and bustle of city life another world away, it is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a vacation getting back to nature. Read More
- Safe box
- Double bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Barbecue
- Fire pit
The tipi is fully furnished with everything glampers will need to make the most of this delightful, secluded rental. There is a fully functioning fire pit, as well as a heater in the rental. Essentials such as towels, bed sheets, soap, and toilet paper are provided. There is a private barbecue area. The toilet facilities are shared and include outdoor showers and outdoor toilets. There is free parking on site.Read More
- Farm tour additional charge
- Sports equipment storage
This stunning location is the perfect setting for a variety of events. Work retreats, writers' workshops, weddings, and birthdays are just some of the events that the hosts are able to cater for. Prices vary, so guests should inquire with the hosts if they would like to organize an event.
For a donation, a farm-to-table vegetarian meal can be arranged.
The host is available to answer guests' questions and queries until 20:00 unless there is an emergency. There are volunteers living and working at the rental who are also able to help guests with any issues. Read More
Location + Surroundings
About 20 miles from downtown Albany, New York, this unique rental is set in acres of stunning woodland on a working farm and a developing eco-village nestled in the foothills of the Catskills. The tipi is near the farm's large vegetable garden. With hiking trails leading to caves, a lake, waterfalls, and even into the mountains, starting at the rental, glampers can look forward to a truly secluded getaway while staying in this delightful part of New England. The farm is home to various animals, including Angora goats, a cow, a horse, and glampers may also encounter peacocks, chickens, ducks, and the koi fish in the pond. The rental is less than 10 minutes drive from the beautiful Lawson Lake County Park, and about five minutes away from the Alcove Reservoir. Any golfers in the group can practice their handicap at the Joralemon Park Disc Golf Course, about 15 minutes from the rental and close to the town of Ravenna. The nearest international airport is Bradley International Airport, roughly two hours drive from the rental. Read More
- Bird watching
- Feeding animals
The woodland setting of this unique rental gives glampers the opportunity to enjoy some wonderful hikes in the area. There are various trails starting at the rental itself to choose from, and glampers can choose from harder mountain climbs, mesmerizing waterfalls, historical Native American trails, caves, and also a peaceful lake. The hosts also lead a silent hike. Guests can look forward to a phone-free day with limited chatter and just lose themselves in the stunning nature surrounding them. The rental is set on a working farm, and as such, the hosts love to show their guests around on a tour of the property. Glampers can meet the Angora goats, Saucy the cow, and not forgetting Vincent, the friendly resident horse. In addition, guests will get the opportunity to see the koi pond, the hosts' sawmill, the vegetable garden, maple syrup processing area, and more. The hosts also offer a demonstration of how the Angora goats' fur is spun into clothes, and guests can also purchase items to try it out for themselves. On a forest sculpture hike with the hosts, glampers are encouraged to collect materials along the way to then be used to create a sculpture at a designated point in the woods.
early check-in allowed additional charge
late check-out allowed additional charge
- Pets allowed additional charge
- No smoking
- No parties
- Events allowed
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Pets are allowed but must stay off the bed. Guests should confirm with the hosts if they would like to bring a pet. Guests should be aware there are other animals that live on the property.
This is a non-smoking rental.
During heavy rain, small amounts of water can enter through the hole in the tipi that allows smoke to escape. Fires cannot be lit during wet weather as all smoke flaps must be closed.
The woodland setting of the rental means the tipi can have the occasional insect, however, small fires tend to keep most of them away. Read More