The cabin looks like it sprouted out of the forest that surrounds it. Although it’s 90 square feet bigger than Thoreau’s cabin on Walden Pond, it’s small enough to hold you close and keep you focused on your writing.
You’ll be productive at the drop-front desk, which features Wi-Fi, a printer, and some office supplies; enjoy reading in the recliner by the warmth of a fire in the wood stove, nourish yourself well in the fully-equipped kitchen; and enjoy listening to the birds while writing in the Adirondack chair on the screened porch.
Kitchenette with gas stove, refrigerator, microwave oven, drip coffee maker, coffee grinder, blender, and toaster
Dishes, silverware, glassware, pots, and pans
Bathroom with shower
Towels, bed linens, comforter, and pillows
Bookshelf stereo with dock and jack for earbuds
Wood-burning stove with firewood
Electric heaters in kitchen and bath
Dining table and chairs
Recliner for reading or writing
Large screened porch with Adirondack chair
Chiminea (outdoor fireplace) with Adirondack chair
Sometimes you'll hear rain on the roof, an owl hooting on a tree outside, or a coyote howling off in the distance. When you do, you can snuggle into bed a little deeper, knowing you're safe and warm and have just experienced one more thing to write about.