Our recently renovated 1940’s seasonal lake cabin is the perfect place to spend your time surrounded by nature-relaxing, hiking and enjoying the lake. Take a romantic weekend escape or bring your hiking gear and explore all the nearby trails. Brew a cup of coffee, and relax on the patio. Spend your day on the lake or exploring nearby towns, and your nights in the hot tub or by the fire pit roasting s'mores and gazing up at the stars. Check out our Instagram! @thelittlelakecabin
“The Little Lake Cabin was such an amazing space for our family to spend a fall week away! Jordyn and Gabby have done an excellent job providing everything a person needs to enjoy the cabin like it’s your home. We’ve traveled often and we’ve learned to always pack extra blankets, cleaning supplies, ziplock baggies, knives, a small cutting board, etc. We didn’t need ANY of these items at the cabin! It was completely spotless and completely stocked! There were even shower shoes provided! The welcome treats for us and our fur baby were so thoughtful, and Jordyn is easy to reach and responds quickly when we messaged her. And the s’mores bucket!! That made our boys day! We loved watching the wildlife every morning with our French press coffee...deer, wild turkeys, many types of birds, squirrels, and chipmunks. So peaceful! The cabin is in a great location. Far enough out that you enjoy starry nights and zero street noise, but close enough that gas and food are just minutes away. Groceries and gas are 10 minutes down the road, and if you are a Trader Joe’s junkie like me, it’s just 20 minutes away! The restaurants in town are delicious, the 440 Line is just at the bottom of the hill and had good food and fast carry out service. Portofino’s had our favorite pizza. And of course we hit the American Pie Company for breakfast and then for treats after hiking! Squantz Pond State Park is just a three minute drive away and the hike along the lake was fun and gorgeous! We also explored Kent, CT and the falls there, which are a family favorite. We have already recommended The Little Lake Cabin to numerous friends that will be traveling east next year and we will definitely will stay again! Do not hesitate to book this spot, you’ll love it!!”
Newly renovated, comfortable and neat. Private apartment in the Harlem Valley with one queen bedroom, full bathroom, kitchenette/living room combo with pull out queen sofa. Watch the sun rising over the mountains and enjoy the quiet life settings. Located only 10 minutes from the Appalachian Trail, 5 mins. from Old Dovers Inn and Harlem Valley Homestead, 15 mins. to Thunder Ridge Mt ski, 8 mins. from Metro North Train Station, 15 mins. from Kent. Close to all private schools and wedding venues.
“Space was exactly as pictured. Very comfortable. Easy to find. Spotlessly clean. Friendly, accommodating, and super responsive to messages. Wonderful getaway, would have stayed longer if it were possible. Thank you!”
An original Candlewood style cabin. The house has been updated to offer all modern comforts. It features a large fireplace in the living room, porch over looking the lake, central heat and air conditioning. It is on the northern most part of Candlewood Lake with direct, private water access from the shore or the dock. A foam lily pad, SUP, and several small boats are available for use. Candlewood Lake is the #22 best fishing lake in the US.
“We thoroughly enjoyed our stay! 24hrs prior to check-in Nat informed us that a storm rendered the router useless. We responded telling Nat we needed internet access to work remotely and within hours he had a solution. When we arrived we were immediately enamored with the house, lake view and grounds. The home perfectly balances a rustic feel, modern amenities, wonderful views and a bit of local history. Outside the, water tower, funicular, hammock, shed and vintage lanterns add a layer of charm that is absolutely unique. Relaxing on the adirondack chairs in front of the fire pit and lake were exactly what we needed. Nat has also covered every detail from device adapters for the stereo and tv, a drawer full of cables and chargers, games and toys, a bag to carry firewood and an easy to use thermostat. The kitchen was spotless, stocked and well appointed. The grill on the deck and fireplace were also treats. It was hard to leave but we definitely plan on returning.”