Secluded Cabin near Catskill Mountains in New York
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- Pets allowed
- Queen-size bed
- Air mattress
- Cooking basics
- Dining table
- Fire pit
The hosts restock amenities, including basics such as coffee, tea, sugar, cooking oil propane canisters for the Coleman camp stove, dish detergent, scrubbies, etc, so be sure to inform them if there is anything is running low. Guests should bring matches with them for lighting the fire and the cooking stove.
Location + Surroundings
The forest inhabits plenty of wildlife, deer, bear, raccoons, great horned owls, and much more, which makes the location perfect for nature lovers who love to spend their days observing the area's flora and fauna.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
There are many different activities for glampers to partake in in the region of New York. Whether glampers prefer high intensity sports or peaceful strolls through the surrounding forestry, there's an activity for everyone in this wonderful region. This is also a great area for those who love to watch the local wildlife in their natural habitat, and budding photographers are sure to get amazing pictures of the wildlife, the creek, and the surrounding flora and fauna. The creek is perfect for fishing and spending a lazy afternoon listening to the water. The towns of Catskill and Woodstock have many local stores, restaurants, and markets should glampers wish to visit. With Woodstock being famous for it's music and culture scene, glampers will not be short on entertainment.
Check-in: 01:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
The rates displayed are based on the rate for a one-night stay. Extra guests will be charged $10 per night, after two guests. Rates are discounted for more than two nights. Guests should send an inquiry to the hosts so they can let them know about the prices.
Guests should receive an email from the hosts with a map and instructions. If they don't get it within a couple hours after receiving a booking confirmation, please send a message to the hosts. It is essential to have the map, and the hosts insist that guests print it out before they leave their house. Some guests who did not, and only used their cell phone, had trouble seeing the map details and had difficulty finding the cabin. The hosts' map is detailed, accurate, and quite necessary; the cabin is at the end of a mile long driveway that has several forks before guests reach the cabin.
Some people get cell phone service at the cabin, but it does depend on the provider. The site's hosts have ATT, and it works for them.
It is important to note that during the dry season no combustibles should be near the fire pit when it is in use, and glampers should never leave a fire unattended.
Mice are a fact of life in the country. You may well see a mouse, or evidence of them. If that would bother you, we suggest you choose another retreat