Come stay in our Caboose House in the beautiful capital region of New York, Albany near the Helderberg Escarpment. This is a highly wooded area with a beaver pond. It is very private and secluded, our property is the perfect place to get away and recharge! Thacher Park and Rensselaerville water falls are both very close. Bring your telescope to experience some truly amazing star gazing. Indian Latter Farms is a great place to pick and harvest apples in the fall. Did we mention there's no traffic?
100% of all profit will be donated to Renew the Earth, a New York based non-profit, that encourages the international exchange of ideas, information, and successful actions that transition from a fossil-based economy to one based on renewable energies.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Caboose House in beautiful NY
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My girlfriend and I spent a night in the Caboose, and had the pleasure of meeting Jeff and Susan. They are some of the nicest people you will meet. Jeff showed me around his beautiful property. At the center of the complex of structures Jeff has built is a fenced in field for the horses the live there. There are trails that sprawl the area, and Jeff has put in some street signs that label the trails. The entire property, including The Caboose, is powered by solar panels that sit on the far side of the horse enclosure. The Caboose is a wonderfully constructed tiny house made to look like a train caboose. The time we spent was peacefully quiet and cozy. We made pesto pasta in on the propane stove in the caboose. There’s even a full bathroom in there! If you get a chance, ask Jeff about his push for renewable energy or anything else!. He deserves books written about him.