Rustic Cabin Located in Upstate New York Overlooking the Banks of Indian LakeIndian Lake, New York (United States of America)
Rustic Cabin Located in Upstate New York Overlooking the Banks of Indian Lake
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This comfortable cabin overlooking Indian Lake in Upstate New York and can accommodate two guests. It boasts knotty pine throughout, with oak floors and curated rustic furnishings. There is one bedroom and one full bathroom. The first bedroom has a queen-size bed, and there is also a day bed in the living room. The beds come set with pillows and one blanket. Linens are not normally provided but can be made available.
In the living room, guests will find a seating area with a view of the forest and a fireplace-style woodstove. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with small appliances and durable goods. This includes a refrigerator, oven, toaster, coffee maker, microwave, cookware, and utensils. Other amenities include a screened-in dining porch and gas heat.
Outside, there is a deck with a fireplace and picnic table.
Guests can enjoy direct access to the lake from the large swimming dock attached to the shore. They can also use the canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and the sailboat provided at no extra charge to explore the lake. The property also comes with an outdoor fire pit by the lakeside. The cabin has WiFi. Each bed in the cabin comes with pillows and one blanket, bed linens, and additional blankets are not usually provided.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Washing machine
- Ski-in/out access
All surfaces and kitchen utensils are rigorously disinfected according to CDC guidelines. The cabin procedures are also subject to NYS Board of Health inspection.
Check-in: From 02:00 PM
Check out: 10:30 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Open fires allowed
Cabins are only available to be rented for a week from Saturday to Saturday from the end of June through August.
The check out time is 10:30 a.m. on summer Saturdays, or any other time of the year when same-day changeovers occur.
This property is pet-friendly; however, guests should note that they must use leashes to walk their dog, they must clean up after them, and they must ensure their dogs are not disturbing other guests with their barking. Additionally, dogs are not allowed in the cabin when they are wet, they are not allowed on the furniture, they should not be left alone in the cabin all day, and they should avoid areas of the waterfront where people are. There is an additional surcharge of $50 per week or $10 per night per dog.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Indian Lake, New York (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
Guests of the property are spoilt for choice with an abundance of outdoor activities to choose from. Right from their front doorstep guests will be able to access the gorgeous Indian Lake, where they can explore by kayak, canoe, row boat, or sailboat. Alternatively, guests may bring their own boats to dock on-site. The lake is also an excellent fishing spot and boasts and abundance of Smallmouth Bass and Brown Trout, and is home to Lake Trout, Salmon, Pike, Panfish, and Whitefish. During the warmer months, guests can go for a dip in the crystal clear and fresh waters of the lake, which offer two exclusively reserved swimming areas.
The surrounding mountains offer the perfect opportunity for an exhilarating hike including Watch Hill, Castle Rock, Chimney Mountain, and Baldface. For a less strenuous adventure, guests can take a stroll to the Buttermilk Falls, wander along the Northville-Lake Placid Trail, or admire the breathtaking OK Slip Falls, which is New York's highest waterfall.
During the winter, guests can hit the slopes of Gore Mountain for excellent downhill skiing, as well as Oak Mountain and Whiteface Mountain. Cross-country skiers can explore the groomed trails of Garnet Hill and Lapland, as well as the Cascade Pond trail, Stephens Pond, and Tirrell Pond.