A unique, new and eco-friendly "Tiny Home" built with style and comfort in mind. Voted top ten most unique places to stay in the Adirondacks by NYupstate. This two bedroom house is great for families and couples alike. Located just minutes outside of the Village LP and and SL. Just perfect! It’s convenient to all things fun. We can accommodate up to three adults but if you are a couple or one adult travelling with children under 10 please contact us as before booking.
“All communication was prompt and easy to follow. Jodi also followed up with some specific recommendations for where we could hike with our pup off leash. The home itself is a magical blend of cozy , art, and thoughtful. It was so relaxing to be in the space and although it’s “tiny” everything was creatively laid out to allow easy cooking and hanging out. We loved having the backyard space for a fire and there’s a little screened in nook off the master bed perfect for reading. Thank you Jodi for the thoughtful touches and truly unique space - it was the perfect setting to unplug and recharge ourselves”
Step under a pair of moose antlers and enter a serene world without cellphone reception. Swing in a hanging log chair and have a BBQ on a screened-in porch with views of a pond. Borrow a canoe and go paddling on nearby lakes and rivers.
“This place is definitely worth coming back for! Amazing touch of details, the cabin itself is PERFECT for 2 people, the place is very cozy and the location is perfect if you love the outdoors (just be aware of the limited phone signal such as AT&T and T-Mobile). There’s plenty of areas you can hike, bike and such. And plus, it’s near WhiteFace Mountain, if you haven’t been there, I advise you to go! I would definitely come back and check it out during the winter time!”
Sleep up in the trees in our cozy Magical Treehouse. This place is the perfect base camp for your next adventure - or a unique spot to curl up with a good book. The perfect place to be in the woods, but not isolated. Cook your meals in the nearby cookhouse on a camp stove, or over an open campfire. A bathroom/shower is available in our office building. We provide you with linens, cookware, plus help you plan your trip. Property includes miles of hiking trails and beautiful places to explore!
“The magical treehouse is stunning to see in person - but walking inside makes you believe in magic for a second! (Light spoiler alert until the end of the paragraph, if you want to be extra surprised by how magical the treehouse is) - We arrived at night and the hosts had set it up with twiggy holiday lights wrapping around the interior room, elf music playing gently from a cd player, and a little faux-fireplace space heater. The walls are lined with novels and novelties that could provide days of intrigue, the forest views are upstaged by the cute furniture and handmade trimming, and a dining table had a little jar of homemade syrup next to a photo album of the treehouse being made. The magical feeling is clearly made a reality by decades of passion, experience, and love. We visited the last week of November: it was essentially winter-camping. The hosts were clear about this up front and reached out before we even confirmed to make sure we'd be comfortable and prepared. The treehouse was maybe 2 degrees warmer than what was outside. The space heater up there accomplishes very little, although a heated blanked does make the bed somewhat cozier. We slept in sub-10 degree F weather the last night, and I had to wear long socks, two pants, two sweaters, and a hat pulled around my face. I was cozy and happy though! The bathroom is inside a well-heated cabin, and makes the mornings, evenings, and bathroom trips quite pleasant. It's really nice with a hot shower and plenty of space to change in the heat. The property is adorable, we cooked at their huge firepit a few times. There is a screened-in cookhouse, which means it has 0 insulation as well. If you're cooking on the property, you'll be cooking outdoors (although under a roof with a nice table/campstove). The hosts provided sufficient firewood, although we brought a bit of our own and had an extra-big blaze. Overall, I would highly recommend this experience (the winter version) to anyone who 1) Can prepare and adapt for a full-on magical adventure. Do not under prepare for sleeping here. 2) Can climb up slightly slippery, steep stairs. This does require some finesse to enter, I would not recommend it to my family with knee issues as much as they'd love the space. 3) Likes nature, homemade carpentry, elf-vibes, really anything. If you can survive the cold and make it up the stairs, you'll make a life-long memory. The hosts are extremely communicative and experienced, just reach out if you have questions!”