The sunset Cabin at Skinny Kat Farm is a basic and rustic cabin for the outgoing adventurous type. Located on 300+acres Atop a little hill overlooking a beautiful natural beaver pond; the area is teeming with wildlife of all walks. Take a bike ride or hike through southern New Hampshire's enchanting woods! we also have a a few resident pigs chickens cows and goats. (if you c
The sunset Cabin at Skinny Kat Farm is a basic and rustic cabin for the outgoing adventurous type. Located on 300+acres Atop a little hill overlooking a beautiful natural beaver pond; the area is teeming with wildlife of all walks. Take a bike ride or hike through southern New Hampshire's enchanting woods! we also have a a few resident pigs chickens cows and goats. (if you can't make friends with the chipmunks) the cabin is rather simple with just a few chairs and a coffee table.. so remember to bring an air mattress or cot!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
2 kayaks available for rent
Bring your own for an additional fee or rental dirt bike available
Natural features you'll find at The Sunset cabin in New Hampshire.
The vibe at The Sunset cabin
Places to see near Skinny Kat Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Here's the good:
Luigi and his father were helpful
Luigi helped get our gear up the big hill on his dirtbike to the site
His dad cut wood for the large fire pit
The farm with small friendly goats geese and chickens were enjoyable...really liked it with my grandsons
Here's the points to consider:
The cabin was not habitable as rented....storm door had the upper window missing (bears, bugs and anything else could come in
Bee and hornets nest in there too
The whole area was overgrown with weeds.. tons of ticks. Even got bit by a brown recluse on my finger while setting up the tents. . Luckily I brought a spare. .. couldn't use cabin and felt way safer in the tents
It's a huge trek to get to the cabin and tent site
Have to lug all your gear a long way and up a really steep hill. ...cause you can't drive up there. .. huge mess near the pond pictured because of beavers
It's a long exhausting haul.
No drinkable water although water was brought up to us in a jug by the father...but only for cleaning....kinda wondered why they just wouldn't bring up drinkable water from the house after going thru all the trouble to bring it up there....bring yiur
Outhouse is far away and just loaded with ticks because via all the brush. . 100 % deet doesn't keep them off
But it was clean and usable
Great site in a huge private field!
This site is great! It's a (very) large field, up a dirt track far enough from the rest of the farm to feel secluded. There's also a mostly unfurnished cabin (just a couple of chairs and a table), if you don't feel like full-on camping. There's a large fire pit, and Luigi had already gotten a fire going for us when we arrived, which was very nice. Down at the main farm there's a large pond for swimming or other water activities, and various farm animals to visit.
The camp site is accessible by jeeps and other high-clearance 4x4 vehicles, but the road was quite muddy/rutted this time of year, so it's definitely an off-roading situation. It's a short walk, though!
If you use Google maps, put in "Skinny Cat Rd" as the destination - navigating to the farm itself put me on a different road on the other side of the property, with no way through.
We had a great time despite poor weather - highly recommend!