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Off- the- Grid, this Cabin is a great, hidden oasis. Sitting on the property of Saint Hubert's Lodge where camping meets restored log cabin near our Orchard. There’s no place to plug in, so it’s the perfect spot to “unplug” for a few days!. 

There is a full bed in the sleeping loft with a wood burning stove that is perfect on a chilly night.   Inside Sink with cold run

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Off- the- Grid, this Cabin is a great, hidden oasis. Sitting on the property of Saint Hubert's Lodge where camping meets restored log cabin near our Orchard. There’s no place to plug in, so it’s the perfect spot to “unplug” for a few days!. 

There is a full bed in the sleeping loft with a wood burning stove that is perfect on a chilly night.   Inside Sink with cold running water and flush toilet operated by solar battery. An outdoor shower with limited cold water supply. Small refrigerator operates on battery also.  Linens and towels provided. 

Historic gas stove for ambiance only. Outdoor wood-fired grill available for your cooking use if you bring your camp kitchen gear.  

Limited quantity of potable water. Please plan to bring more. 

Enjoy a leisurely nap in the Hammock as you disconnect from technology.  

Arriving after dark, we suggest you have your own lantern. There are several in the Cabin but this will help guide you after you park your car near by. 

Please note, this space is off the grid, there is no air conditioning.  

Complete privacy at your site. Seasonal Sporting Clays on nearby acreage. 

Upon booking you will receive instructions for self check-in and detailed directions to the site.  Please note, this site is not suitable for children, there are to be no more than 2 adults over the age of 21 allowed per booking. 

Lodging provided
Cabin
1 site
Up to 2 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
No pets
Amenities
Potable water available
Showers available
Picnic table available
No kitchen
No wifi
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  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Strict
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 2
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 20% off
  • Response time: Within 6 hours
  • Response rate: 60%

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Hudson Valley Cabin near Orchard in New York.

Forest
Lake
River, stream, or...
Swimming hole
Waterfall
Wetlands
Farm
Driveway

The vibe at Hudson Valley Cabin near Orchard

Places to see near Guarino Farms

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Hipcamper Becky

Not what i expected

Becky P.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
July 20th, 2019

This cabin fell short of expectations, which was partially due to (incorrect) assumptions I made and partially due to the owners not putting forth any effort.

The cabin is well-constructed, with a queen bed and wood stove, a battery-powered mini-fridge that gets semi-cool, plus a toilet off the kitchen (partitioned by shower curtain). There's a nice hammock out front. That's where the "modern luxuries" mentioned in the listing end.

This is, first and foremost, CAMPING that happens to be in a permanent structure and you should pack/prepare accordingly. Now, I like camping and go often, but I had messed up by assuming that at 200 bucks per night and with pictures of a stove, etc. that this was a step up. It was a last-minute trip and we wanted the retreat without all the prep that goes toward organizing gear, etc.

We were caught by surprise when we arrived after dark and there was no electricity to unload. There is no potable water from the sink, and the owners had left one gallon of water to split between two people for two nights, so we knew we'd have to head back to town to get more. The stove is for decoration only, with a big note saying it's not functional and DO NOT USE. The house was mega-hot from being shut up during the day (many days?) and the windows do not have screens in them, so if you visit in the summer, your choice is to boil alive or get eaten by mosquitoes overnight. Windows do not have curtains and there are golf carts that come through for maintenance of the property and sporting clays course, so you won't have complete privacy either. We knew in advance and were OK with the outdoor cold-water shower.

All of this would be fine if A) it was communicated beforehand and B) if it was priced accordingly. They did neither, and in fact, we never met our hosts, nor did they stop by or call or email to see if we needed anything.

The town of Marlboro is a 15 minute drive away for groceries or other supplies, and I can recommend Benmarl Winery which is also close by. And the cabin is cute, if you were there in a cooler season and just wanted to read in the hammock or sit in a rocking chair by the wood stove.

For the price we paid, this was supremely disappointing, without even a human touch to say hello.

Hipcamper Guarino
Response from Guarino , the Host, on August 24th, 2020

Hi Becky, Thank you for your input. We have worked diligently to change some of your concerns and have modified the description to be clearer on others. Stay safe, Kathy & Alan

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Hipcamper Nicole

Cozy and beautiful

Nicole T.
recommends this listing.
May 28th, 2019

This cabin is quiet, clean, and comfortable. We felt so relaxed even only being there for less than 24 hours. We were also able to join a lovely breakfast at the lodge for an extra fee, which was delicious. The only note I would make is that it is on a site with sport shooting program, so I would check with the hosts before booking on days that it will be active.

view from the porchcabin
Hipcamper Guarino
Response from Guarino , the Host, on August 24th, 2020

Hi Nicole What a difference a year makes. Due to COVID, we are no longer serving breaking in the Lodge. Hopefully that will change in the near future. The Sporting Clays course is still open as a great 'social distancing' activity that may be tried with our "Intro to Sporting Clays" experience that can be added to your stay. Best regards, Kathy & Alan

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Hipcamper Lynda

Cozy & romantic

Lynda D.
recommends this listing.
July 24th, 2020

A sweet little slice of heaven nestled between the woods, with a symphony of frogs by the pond. The cabin was rustic and while off the grid it was cozy and comfortable. I appreciate all the little rustic details and the vintage finds through out the cabin.

Hipcamper Guarino
Response from Guarino , the Host, on August 24th, 2020

Hi Lynda. Was a pleasure to have you stay and enjoy the log cabin near the orchard. We look forward to hosting you in the near future. Stay safe! Kathy & Alan

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Hipcamper rachel

Peaceful location, old rustic cabin

Rachel S.
recommends this listing.
August 5th, 2020

This is a lovely place to stay and Kathy was a great host. I couldn't recommend it more highly!

Hipcamper Guarino
Response from Guarino , the Host, on August 24th, 2020

Thanks Rachel. So happy you had a great experience at the Cabin! Kathy & Alan

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Hipcamper Rachel

Charming

Rachel K.
recommends this listing.
August 16th, 2020

We really enjoyed our stay in the cabin! It’s much closer to camping than a vacation rental house; you get a full bed and a private toilet, but the house is definitely off the grid and both potable and non-potable water are limited. We appreciated the note in the other review that there are no screens in the windows, as it helped us plan in advance. Some other things worth noting to help with planning: only one of our phones had cell service at the cabin, and the road to the cabin is long and mostly unpaved. You’ll DEFINITELY want to do your first visit during daylight to get a feel for the drive.

The hosts left clear directions to the cabin, and also recommended bringing in extra potable water, which we did, and which we used. They also kindly left a plethora of battery-operated lanterns and a battery-operated fan in the cabin for us, as well as plenty of towels. And they were very responsive to a messaged request for more paper supplies.

Logistics aside, the cabin is charming, the bed is comfortable, and we really enjoyed exploring the rest of the land, which includes pear and apple orchards, fields, and a couple of lakes. The cabin itself faces a cute pond that you have to yourself. The only other people we saw on the property were the hosts when they came over to drop off supplies, and another vacationing family from further down the hill that were going for a walk. We would definitely stay again, and I think the only thing I’d change would be to bring the camp stove to make cooking meals less work (we did it over the open fire this time, mostly for the fun of it).

Hipcamper Guarino
Response from Guarino , the Host, on August 24th, 2020

Thank you Rachel! We are glad that you were able to enjoy your time on the property. Every review gives a bit more insight for the next traveler so we really appreciate the details in your review. Hope to see you again. Kathy & Alan

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Property
Guarino Farms
State
New York
Country
United States
$175/night
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