Cooperstown Cabin Rental Photos and Description
3 bdrms, 1 bath, sleeps 6
This unique handhewn log cabin sits on 10 private acres of hemlock forest open meadows, fruit trees, babbling brook and lush gardens. It is luxurious and rustic all in one. A cozy romantic retreat in all seasons In the winter cross country ski or snowshoe right out the back door or downhill at Bellayre mountain -30 minutes away. In summer linger in the gardens or skinny-dip in the stream or swim in the nearby river or village pool. Watch the sunset from the porch rockers or lie in the hammock with your favorite book. Visit Framers markets in Franklin on sundays and see live theatre at Franklin Stage Co. during the summer/fall nights. Visit museums, breweries, glimmer glass opera house and the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown or go antiquing, listen to music or dine in the local restaurants in nearby Oneonta. Please visit my website for more extensive listings of local excursions as well as hikes , farmers mkts and farmer owned restaurants to visit. catskillsretreatcabin dot com
- alternative lifestyle
- limited accessibility
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- pets considered
I am a photo-based artist, naturalist and avid gardener migrating between Brooklyn, NY and the catskills. Between my work and my ten year old son life is full and adventurous.
Dana purchased this cabin in 1999
Why Dana chose Cooperstown
This location is rural while at the same time convenient. I fell in love with the cabin and its surroundings right away. (So much so that we recently bought a farm up the road.) The cabin holds a very special place in my heart. It's is a handmade work of art with its own spirit and personality. A rare find which is also decorated with rare finds. The surrounding countryside is mostly open farmland and rolling hills which appeals to my inner grace and sensitivity to good fresh local farm food. There are many farmers markets and farm stores that sell amazing ingredients to what I consider one of the most important pleasures in life, a delicious responsible meal.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Judy's husband drove the three of us from Kingston to see the real McCoy...and it's more amazing even than in your great photographs.
The guys who have it over the weekend were very nice when they spied us looking from the road and invited us to look around the grounds and to explore inside. The whole thing is like a wonderful mini movie set. I think it may be the original Archetype for cabin-in-the-woods.