Rustic brook side cabin retreat near the charming town of Milford, PA.
Charming brook side cabin on a dirt road just outside of historic Milford, PA -- relax and listen to the water. Hike from cabin to a waterfall (most likely you will have it all to yourself!). Very short drive or bike ride to historic town for good dining, galleries, and shopping. Five minutes from the Delaware River and State parks and more waterfalls! This is a great retreat from the City, you get to be in the woods, but with easy access to town amenities!
Sleeps 2 people* comfortably in loft bedroom (accessed by easy to navigate stepladder) which has a king size bed with a new memory foam mattress and beautiful linens.
Full small kitchen with coffee grinder and coffee maker, stove and oven, microwave, toaster, and fridge. Kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, dishes, just bring your own groceries (tea, coffee and some condiments are provided). Basic charcoal BBQ and BBQ utensils provided. Small tv with basic cable and dvd player. Offline 'game center' - cards, poker, checkers, puzzles, etc! Yoga mat, and even a hula hoop! Enclosed small porch with dining table for two and magic lanterns is practically over the brook, great place for morning coffee or a nite cap. Bathroom with shower, sink and incinolet electric toilet. Fresh linens, towels, and basic amenities such as dish soap, bath soap and shampoo, and bug spray are provided. The place is rustic but stylish and comfortable. If you would like to book, please send a note with a little info about yourself and guest, and please acknowledge that you noticed that it is a cabin with an electric toilet and loft bedroom accessed by stepladder - both are easy to use, I just like to know that guests are aware. Thank you.
Outside on the property you will find a basic BBQ and a picnic table, fire pit (use carefully), lounge chairs to enjoy the babbling brook, and your own footbridge to cross the creek and find the hammock along the brook! Great for reading and napping. It is always about 10 degrees cooler than NYC up in Milford, and the woods are refreshing!
Area attractions include antiquing, hiking, canoeing, tubing, kayaking, horse back riding and great dining in the historic town of Milford, less five minutes away. Once you book, you receive a Confirmation Email - click through on "View my Itinerary" to access the specific driving directions, house notes, and a guide to the area's attractions, activities, recommended dining, grocery, etc.
Approx 90 minute drive from NYC. Can be accessed via bus from NYC to Milford then taxi or nice long walk, or train to Port Jervis then taxi, or cycle.
Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or help planning your visit!
What they say about Milford:
"The beauty of the Delaware River Valley, only 90 minutes' drive from Manhattan, will astonish first-time visitors. The lovely valley's quaintest town is Milford." - Condé Nast Traveler UK.
"Milford, PA., remains a rarity: a spot filled with natural beauty just 70 miles from New York City that hasn't been overrun by vacationers and weekend homeowners." - The Wall Street Journal.
Atlantic Magazine called Milford "the prettiest county seat in America."
"New York's rich and powerful throughout the late 19th century has been reincarnated as a civilized 21st-century hideaway." - Travel + Leisure, June 2007.
"Milford is now being re-discovered by artistic types looking for a nearby weekend retreat." - Westchester Magazine, June 2007.
"...real show stopper: the historically rich and cute-as-a-button river town of Milford." - The Observer Online, May 2012.
No. 3 in top ten list of US small towns. - Urban Titan, May 2012.
Once booked, you will receive a list of recommended activities and restaurants in and around Milford. Some highlights include:
- Grey Towers, the estate of former Governor and founder of the Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot. Historic homes and buildings throughout the town.
- Waterfalls at Childs Park and Raymondskill Falls. Milford Beach on the Delaware River. Nearby kayak, canoe, tube, bike rentals, and horseback riding!
- Antique and modern home accessories at shops such as the Old Lumberyard, Forest Hall Antiques, Upriver Home, and many more. Breathless Beauty for smoothies, ice pops, health food and natural handmade body products (I recommend their soap and lotion!).
- Bar Louis and the Fauchere Patisserie, Waterwheel Cafe, Fretta's Italian Deli - great for picnic supplies!! Try their fresh pasta, prepared sauces, antipasto, and gelato. Or the Dairy Barn for Soft Serve - YUM.
If you are interested in booking and do not have an AirBnB profile and prior host reviews, please take a moment in your inquiry to tell me a little about yourself, what you are looking for in the weekend and who you are traveling with. One or two sentences is fine. This helps me make sure its a good match! Thanks in advance ;)
*This cabin is not great for toddlers, but a tween could be accommodated on the chaise or our twin extra high air mattress. Not available for more than two adults though because it is a small place and we want you to be comfortable!
Canine guests will be considered on an individual basis, for additional cost (to cover HEPA filter vacuum cleaning after your visit). If requesting to visit with your pup, please include age, breed, weight and disposition in your inquiry. No pets on furniture, and pets will not be able to access bedroom. In your reservation, please count the pup as an additional guest, fee is $25 a night. Thank you!
Enjoy!! And if anything comes up, please contact me asap.