The cabin is a great place to escape from it all! The custom made cedar hot tub is hot and ready all winter. Cold, snowy nights make for excellent tub time!! Inside the cabin is warm and has the comfort of home. Want to ski? Two ski resorts are 30 minutes from us.
“Andrew & Marilou's place was exactly as we expected. It was clean & cozy! The fire place & hot tub were perfect as they allowed us to be outside on a cold winter night. Please note, they do not provide firewood, so make sure to bring some (they did sell some at the hardware store). They did provide boozy waffles which were delicious & fun to make on a slow morning! We would definitely come back & we are hoping to check out their other tree house!”
The Hyggelig Hytte is a one of a kind Nordic inspired cabin and sauna located in the heart of the Green Mountains. 30 mins north of Montpelier deep in the woods. Glamping and leaf peeping fun! Rustic romanic, hobo hideaway, bohemian hermitage, nordic nook.
“This was a surprise birthday trip for my S.O. and we were both blown away at the stay here. The cabin was clean, cozy, and had everything we needed for a fun-filled adventure in the surrounding mountains and towns. It is 20-30 mins away from Montpelier, which is a great city with many options for food, drinks, and shopping. We loved every second of this trip and the sauna was a welcome addition, especially right after a long cold winter hike.”
Come savor a secluded escape in the green mountains. Park your car and enjoy a short hike up to your private mountainside retreat. This cozy cabin in the forest is the perfect spot to relax, slow down, and unwind. For adventure seekers, it is the ideal home base. Well maintained hiking trails surround the area. We are minutes from the Long Trail, renowned rock climbing, beautiful swimming holes, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding.
“Thank you Laura for sharing your beautiful space! We went in mid/late February with approx 1.5ft of snow on the ground. If you're visiting during the snow season and have a lot of gear, bring a sled along with you if you can. Your legs with thank you later. The hike up to the cabin is only about 10 minutes, but if you've got to make a few trips, loading your gear onto a sled may help the uphill trek in the snow. Once you're up there and settled in, it sure is magical! Unlike another review, we had no trouble heating up the sleeping loft. Outside lows during the night was in high teens, but you can definitely get that little wood stove cranking. After about an hour, the heat certainly makes its way up there and it was plenty comfortable. Hope to be back later this year to see what summer or fall has to offer. Would recommend this stay, especially if you are looking to unplug for a little while.”