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The camp cabin is our personal guest house it has no address. We do not check guests in after 9 P.M. You must meet us at our residence and be taken to the cabin and oriented to its operation and the grounds as a matter of safety and function prior to occupancy. Guests can not find their way to the cabin the first time in the dark, it is off the main road in the woods.
There is a 2 night minimum to book.
There is a 3 night minimum for holiday weekends.
This is a private membership property and membership requires guests to be gay friendly and 21 years of age or older. $1.00 annual membership fee per person and sign a membership agreement when you arrive. Proof of age is required no one in the rental party can be under the age of 21... no exceptions. $40.00 a night for each additional guest. No cleaning fee is charged but you are expected to leave the property in the same condition as when rented or security deposit will be claimed according to condition it is left in.
Rustic Cabin on 31 wooded acres in the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania. Furnished log cabin in the woods overlooking the pond. Screened porch, electric, hot and cold running water, wood/coal heat, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, cookware and dishes included. Knotty pine interior, picnic table, lounge chairs at the pond. Seasonal rental only - no running water in winter. Total privacy of the cabin and pond allow the guests clothing optional sunbathing and swimming. For entertainment we have a huge DVD & Blu-ray collection available (over 1,000 titles to choose from) for use on the Blu-ray player connected to a 51" TV in the cabin to give you an excellent movie watching experience. There is cell service but no television signal or internet access at the cabin. There is wireless access available outside near the main house. You are required to bring your own sleeping bag or bed linens and towels. This is rustic camping; not like a hotel, motel, B&B or room rental. The shower and portable camp toilet are in an outdoor enclosure in back of the cabin. This rustic cabin is for those that want the quiet seclusion of a natural setting and Privacy. It is not for drinking parties and big bonfires. We rent it because we don't use it much and feel it is such a beautiful setting others should have the chance to share it. Please be respectful and keep it beautiful.
We had a wonderful time at this beautiful cabin. The fall foliage was absolutely amazing during our stay. Watching the sunset over the pond was stunning. It was a relaxing experience in a cozy retreat.
My partner and I had an amazing weekend away at John's cabin. John and Al were very helpful and friendly, and were very accessible if we had any questions. The property is absolutely beautiful and our experience was one of tranquility. We loved being able to walk in the woods, swim in the pond, sunbath, cozy up in front the the fire and easily cook with all of the amenities we could possibly need. This quite possibly may have been our favourite Airbnb stay and we hope to be back!
We had a lovely experience! If you're looking for a rustic camping-style experience but with all the comforts of civilization, this place is it! It is so wonderfully secluded and quiet. It was too cold to swim, but we still enjoyed going out on the rowboat. The campfire is a blast at night. It was easy to really cook between the grill, propane stove, and toaster oven, but if you want to be lazy, there's a microwave! John and Al were fantastic, even recommending a great locals' breakfast place. They were very informative and open to any help we might need as well as giving us all the space we needed. We will be back for sure.
this is an amazing place. it is very comfortable and peaceful. being able to swim and relax around the pond is really nice. I truly love this place.
The pictures can't do this place justice-- it's even lusher, greener, and more ensconced than it looks here. It's a truly tranquil setting that feels so secluded as to be its own world.
The cabin is delightful, cozy, and well appointed with kitchen gear. Of course the listing's not wrong about it being a rustic experience, but there's just about every convenience you could ask for-- electricity, hot water, decent cell service if you need to send an email, etc. (The outdoor shower in particular feels less like roughing it and more like a luxury spa.) It's the kind of place that Airbnb seems made for-- you have the privilege of stepping not into a hotel or a resort, but into an instant sense of home and place. Everything to do outside the cabin -- building a fire, walking the property, swimming, boating, or sunning yourself by the pond -- is lovely, but if for some reason you couldn't do any of it, it'd be worth the trip to sit on the porch and take it all in.
Al was a wonderful host, explaining in detail all the cabin's operations and then referring us to the extensive supplementary information -- maps, info on the property and area, local businesses -- available for perusal in the cabin. Because he set us up so well we didn't need anything else from him during our visit, but he would've been more than happy to do anything. He is exceptionally kind and wants you to feel welcome in his home.
We should've stayed longer!
Exceptional experience and host. The place was very clean and cozy.
Swam in the private lake in the day and barbecued fun in the evening
Made for a wonderful New York weekend retreat. Will definitely be coming back again. We would suggest this experience to anyone. Lovely!
I reached out to Al and John because their cabin looked like the perfect respite from the city for a few days. It was exactly what I was looking for--quiet, remote, surrounded by nothing but trees. I'd heat up my coffee on the wood-burning stove in the morning and drink it on the dock of the private pond a short walk from the cabin. I mean, really, it has everything you need. You get the rustic experience of staying in a cabin in the woods, but with the luxuries you don't get when camping in a tent--hot, running water; electricity, a tv with an endless DVD selection, and of course a bed and roof over your head.
I also got to enjoy a late summer lightning storm from the porch. Another added benefit is the outside shower.
While the place and setting were great, what really made my experience perfect was the host himself. From the second I heard Al's voice on the phone, I knew to expect a friendly spirit. I was right. Al is "people" and if you don't know what that means, that's too bad. He showed me around the place, how everything works and even took the time to light the first fire on the stove for me. He brought me more kindling when I was running low and let me know about a county fair that was down the road. Along with a recommendation on where to get the best BBQ pork sandwich while I was there.
I will definitely be going back. I've had very positive experiences with Airbnb but this was the best, and no small part of that is because of Al.
I am Retired from Binghamton University in Binghamton NY. I worked as an Administrative Assistant and also studied Fine Art there. I live on 31 wooded and very private acres in the Endless Mountains in North Eastern Pennsylvania about 35 miles from Binghamton' NY. I currently focus on my gardening, photography, drawing and painting. My teen formative years were the late 60's early 70's and this is still very much a part of who I am especially in the music I love. I have a wonderful partner of 35 years, two lovely whippets and a sweet house kitty. I have the beard and Al is in the checkered jacket.