The Dry Brook Cabin in Arkville, New York is a cabin that can accommodate up to four guests. It has 2 bedrooms, 2 beds and 1 bathroom. The Dry Brook Cabin is inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and functionality. The goal was to create an environment that would give you the comforts of modern living, but also allow you to be a part the surrounding landscape. The soothing sound of Dry Brook can help you to forget your everyday worries. Nature will also remind you that you are home. The owners hope that you enjoy your stay as much as they have.
The house was completed in spring 2020. The pinewood smell is still present. The home was designed by the owner and built by local contractors. You will enjoy enough privacy to be comfortable. On the main level, you will find a spacious living area with a cathedral-ceiling, a fully-furnished kitchen, a dining table, a sofa, and a coffee table. The wide sliding patio doors provide access to the backyard. One bedroom is on the main level, and another is in the loft.
The nearby town has everything you could possibly need: groceries, pharmacies, galleries, restaurants and charming artisan stores. Not to mention the Western Catskills, which offers access to miles and miles of hiking paths, skiing resorts, (Belleayre, just 15 minutes away, and Plattekill, 25 minutes), crystal-clear waters and meadows. Delaware County is a great place to go fishing, skiing or snowmobiling. It’s also a great place for road or mountain biking or hiking. Enjoy the wildlife, and fall in love the breathtaking views. Here are some of the best things to do on your vacation.
Big Pond. Belleayre Beach, located in the hamlet Pine Hill, offers a variety of activities for the whole family. These include swimming, boating and kayaking, as well as stand-up paddleboarding and picnicking. There are also horseshoe pits and volleyball courts, fishing and volleyball, and horseshoes.
Belleayre Mountain. Belleayre, a family-friendly ski mountain in the Catskill Mountains offers something for everyone. You can enjoy long cruising runs, bumps and glades as well as parks, steeps and lots of fun. There are 8 lifts, including a high-speed quad and a detachable gondola, 174 skiable acres (50 trails), almost 6 miles of cross country trails, and four lodges.
Foxfire Mountain House. Tim Trojian, Eliza Clark and their team discovered the beautiful old building that is now Foxfire Mountain House in 2013. Tim is an open-fire chef and a nomadic cook with a love for rustic farm to table cooking.
Peekamoose Tap Room and Restaurant. The award-winning Peekamoose restaurant is surrounded by mountains and backed up by Big Indian’s for ever wild forest preserve.
Silvia. A wood-fired stove and a pantry filled with organic vegetables reflects a commitment towards locally sourced ingredients.
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