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Breathtaking Views + Great for Families

Entire cabin hosted by Cathleen
4 guests1 bedroom6 beds1 bath
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Our quirky cabin is for you if you love mountain views, outdoor fires, open meadows, and cute small towns.

The space
The cabin is quirky--the previous owner enclosed an RV inside a wooden frame and added an extra room. The situation now is that you enter a wood paneled cabin--a large room we use as the dining and living room areas. There is a door off this room which leads into the RV portion of the cabin, which provides the bathroom, kitchen, one bedroom, and a second sleeping area.

If you are the kind of person who finds this amusing, or just appreciates the reuse of resources, please come check it out! You'll need to turn on the water and gas when you get there, and take off the protective covers from the beds (we rarely see mice but we know they're there when the cabin is empty). It's not hard, just note that that's part of the experience. This is a place for someone who loves nature and the outdoors.

The interior of the cabin is quite pleasant but the real joy of being there is the outside. We have a fire pit right out front and a table for eating. There are two swings in a maple tree, an outdoor eating table and chairs, and lots of Adirondack chairs. The whole place smells like the wild thyme growing in the meadow.

There's a second eating/fire pit area at the top of a hill on the property with a really amazing view. Some people camp up there when they visit us. We keep a picnic table there and more Adirondack chairs.

Here's where you can sleep:
--The private RV bedroom with a sliding door and a queen bed.
--Two beds in what used to be the living room of the RV. One of the beds is an alcove and not a full-length bed, nor a full mattress, but kids love it. This area is located in the kitchen and one of the beds has access to the living room--you can climb across it to get to the couch. Again, kids love this--sometimes it's like having a "back seat" for the couch during game nights in the living room.
--A couch in living room.
--2 folding canvas cots in the living room
--A shed out back that's painted a cheery yellow, with a double bed with a proper mattress and some electricity. You have to enter the cabin to use the bathroom - sleeping out there is kind of like sleeping in a tent. We ask an extra $10 to make up this space as it's extra work for our cleaner.
--A 10'x12' "Tentr" style platform tent with a double bed and possible single bed as well. We ask an extra $10 to make up this space as it's extra work for our cleaner.
--Any tents you want to pitch!

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Patio or balcony
Backyard
Fire pit
Refrigerator
Microwave
Long-term stays allowed

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Where you’ll be

Middleburgh, New York, United States

Our cabin is about ten minutes from Middleburgh. You have have a lot of fun there. Here's our favorite activities:
--Hiking Vroman's nose in town (a 2 mile hike with great views)
--Fishing/swimming in the Scoharie River
--Going out to eat or visiting gift shops, the library, brew pub, and used bookstore/art gallery in Middleburgh, a classic American small town
--Eating at The Middleburgh Diner, another classic. We love the blueberry pancakes.
--Apple picking at Terrace Mountain Orchards (http://www.terracemountainorchard.com) --Strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, raspberry or cherry picking at Bohringers (https://www.facebook.com/SusanFydenBohringersFarms/).
--Spending the day at Zoom Floom (www.zoomflume.com), a family-owned water park about 25 minutes away.
--Driving to Cobleskill to ride the Go Karts or go to the Park Movie Theater--you get a ticket, popcorn and soda for $5. They show one movie at a time. It is like going to the movies in 1975.
--Day tripping to the Catskills for skiing or hiking in the Windham/Hunter range.

Hosted by Cathleen

Joined in August 2014
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
No smoking
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Climbing or play structure
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $124
Cancellation policy