Located in the quaint-but-cool town of Tivoli, NY, about 100 miles from New York City in the Hudson River Valley near Bard College, this two-bedroom cabin, listed on Airbnb for $200 a night, has a Scandi-modern vibe, decor that reflects the hosts’ travels and eclectic past and plenty of creature comforts. The home’s friendly hosts call it a “cozy den,” which sounds about right–perfect for families, friends or couples.
As temperatures fall you can warm up by the fire–or roast marshmallows at the fire pit. There’s a hammock for chill time, and a deep soaking tub under a skylight for serious chill time. The town of Tivoli is within walking distance for morning coffee, evening drinks, farm-to-table meals and shopping.
The cabin’s modern-bohemian decor is filled with lovingly-collected items and well-designed hand-crafted accents. In addition to aforementioned wood-burning stove, winter warmth comes from radiant-heat floors and baseboard heaters. In warmer months the house stays cool with three A/C units.
From a rustic kitchen with all the trimmings to cozy bedrooms beneath the eaves, the home’s design is framed by lovely wood floors and clean white walls. Lots of windows provide views of the local wildlife wandering about.
Even the bathrooms are all about modern design and comfort–no roughing it here.
Guests have access to the entire home, a private, furnished back deck, a front yard and four acres of land with pond-side picnic table, a yoga deck and and a stream complete with dippin’ hole.
If you’re bringing the kids, there’s plenty to do in the nearby towns, including pick-your-own farms, a playground and a library, swimming at lake Taconic, horseback riding and more. The hosts provide a list of their many favorite local restaurants, sights, and things to do both indoors and out.
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