A romantic cabin removed from everything but comfort
New Yorkers enjoy the solitude of an upstate getaway, but in the evening’s silence can find themselves perversely missing the warbles of New York’s indigenous species — like the livery cabus towncarius, and its telltale mating call, “Arecibo, Arecibo.”
Get the solitude you seek, but with the lifestyle you depend on, at the William Brown Cabin.
Just-now-opened two hours north of the city, the William Brown Cabin is an incredibly stylish “Jappo/Scando American Hunting” lodge designed by a Wallpaper photographer slash GQ contributor slash men’s lifestyle blogger.
Nestled on 130 acres of verdant countryside complete with hiking trails and a spring-fed swimming hole, the one-bed cabin boasts a Japanese soaking tub, french press locally-roasted coffee, a porch fireplace, and available in-cabin dining from a local farm-to-table caterer.
What there’s not — no TV, no Wi-Fi, no cell service and, for ten miles, no artificial light to sully the night sky.
For recreation, hit nearby Callicoon’s antique shops and cheese/winemakers, or just relax on the porch with a drink from the provided whiskey flask, sourced from the proprietor’s own personal stash.
Sure beats raiding the mini-bar.
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