You'll want to take a look inside this unique vacation cabin building located in Hudson, New York, United States. The off-grid cabin can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire tiny house to yourself. You can enjoy a quiet respite from the city in this architect-designed tiny cabin that overlooks a meadow, deep in the woods. The cabin is located on 20 acres of land with private trails and Catskill-mountain views, this bespoke wood cabin feels blissfully far away from everything, yet it’s only a 15-minute drive from the vibrant city of Hudson, New York. You'll experience a peaceful off-the-grid vacation retreat, complete with a hand-crank Victrola. Time moves slower at the cabin. The sky is closer, and the stars are brighter. You'll want to note that there is no electricity and no running water
The cabin setting is intimate, serene, and secluded. The cabin has clerestory windows which contribute to a sculptural play of light against the gently angled, hand-plastered walls. Downstairs is a bold, vintage-inspired ceramic tile floor, a wood-burning stove, and a bay window with a window seat for long, lazy afternoons of reading and relaxing. Upstairs you'll find the loft bedroom which features wide, white-washed pine floors, a comfortable full-size bed, and hand-crafted cabinets. You'll savor the pleasures of camping, of being close to nature while experiencing the comforts of an idiosyncratic, beautifully designed tiny house abode. The cabin is well insulated, so it stays cool in the summer and warms up quickly in the colder winter months. The tiny cabin comes with a supply of drinking water. During your vacation stay, cooking can be done indoors, on the wood-burning stove, or outside, on the Weber grill. There is plenty of firewood (walnut, harvested from the property) that awaits you.
The cabin has an outhouse toilet that is sited about 200 yards away from the tiny cabin. There is no electricity and no running water. If there is snow the drive is not plowed so the tiny cabin is only accessible by parking at the end of the driveway and hiking to the cabin. This is approximately a 400-yard walk in the snow so you'll want to bring along boots or snowshoes and wear a backpack to get your supplies to the cabin. Guests have access to much of the 20-acre property. The cabin is about a 300-yard hike from the parking area. There will be a cart you can use to haul your stuff from the car to the cabin.
There will be 5 to 10 gallons of drinking/cleaning water and a large basin you can use to rinse dishes or take a birdbath. There is an outhouse near the parking area. There are an outdoor shower and sink that are available in the warm months that are located near the parking area but this is shut down in the winter from November to March. The cabin is approximately a 300-yard hike from the parking area.
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