This cozy family owned cabin located in the town of Sunderland in Southern Vermont, is surrounded by hundreds of acres of national forest. Enjoy the sounds of a swift stream flowing nearby, birds chirping in trees, and the rustling of leaves and branches in the breeze. This mountainous area has a rich array of wildlife, meadows, trails, and only a few miles away from the Bat
This cozy family owned cabin located in the town of Sunderland in Southern Vermont, is surrounded by hundreds of acres of national forest. Enjoy the sounds of a swift stream flowing nearby, birds chirping in trees, and the rustling of leaves and branches in the breeze. This mountainous area has a rich array of wildlife, meadows, trails, and only a few miles away from the Battenkill River, a tributary of the Hudson River of New York. Once inside you’ll find a small kitchen and dining area complete with a wood burning stove for those cool Vermont nights. The sleeping area offers four generously-sized bunks, a loft area, and a queen futon. Enjoy the peace of nature with a cup of coffee on the porch, but don’t forget to cap off the night with smores around the fire pit!
Access to Vermont’s Long Trail System is nearby, with its 272 mile footpath and 166miles of side trails. This offers endless hiking opportunities for the dayhiker, weekend overnighter and extended backpacker. The Long Trail follows themain ridge of the Green Mountains from the Massachusetts-Vermont state line to the Canadian border, crossing Vermont’s highest peaks.
As for the daily adventures, takea drive to surrounding ski resorts, including Bromley Mountain being just 15 miles from the property, where you can enjoy various activities year-round. Take a 10 minute drive to visit Mount Equinox Skyline drive where you’ll take in incredible views. Just past Mount Equinox isThe Village of Manchester, which is home to the famed Equinox Resort and Spa. In Manchester, guests can enjoy everything from shopping & dining to outdoorclasses for ATV driving & fly fishing!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
This is a great Hipcamp to experience the colors of fall—watch the leaves change and autumn come to life.
Natural features you'll find at Cozy Mountain Cabin in Vermont.
The vibe at Cozy Mountain Cabin
Places to see near Hartshorn Hideaway
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The Cozy Mountain Cabin was great! Very rustic, exactly what i was looking for. Very clean and tidy. Caroline was very responsive. The wood burning stove was great! Very useful for the chilly nights.
The only compliant i had, was a house behind the cabin, which you could barely see, and wouldnt have been an issue, except that there were vehicles coming in and out and it took away from the quiet i was personally looking for.
First hip-camp experience and it was just as I expected. Quiet off-grid cabin with the sound of a stream in the background. Arrived on a cold and rainy day - host Caroline started a fire and got the cabin warmed up prior to my arrival. Cabin is off of small dirt road. Cabin was quaint, clean and well-kept with a knotty-pine trimmed interior. Plenty of chairs, board games, and basic kitchen supplies.
Labor day getaway
What a perfect Labor Day weekend at Cozy Cabin - shortly after arriving, Caroline and family stopped by to offer us some freshly picked tomatoes, peppers, and carrots. They provided us with some great information and it didn't take long to determine that these were some seriously generous, kind hearted folks!
Caroline was very attentive and packed the cabin with everything you could possibly need for a weekend getaway - board games, towels, toilet paper, trash bags, cleaning supplies, dishes, silverware, fuel, and firewood. Reminder to bring your own water, lighting, and bedding as this is a rustic cabin.
The property was mowed and the cabin was clean. There were a few campsites up the road, a handful of visitors passed by the cabin on their way up - nothing that took away from our seclusion or enjoyment. We had a great first night for stargazing and were able to get some great pics.
The cabin was quiet and rustic, and the nearby town of Manchester is a little gem. Overall I would highly recommend this listing as one of the premiere Hipcamp locations in southern Vermont - thanks Hartshorn family for sharing your space with us!
The cabin was great, the lot was great.
The approach to the access road was not identified.
Maybe a little more info could have been helpful.
I guess I thought that some form of bedding matt would be available. The propane lamp on a wood girder was scary.
Another form of lighting could have been supplied. ( battery)
It was a beautiful camp. I should have been better prepared for no available water. But that's camping.The scary part was the dilapidated
camps up the path a bit. Nothing you can do about that.
I did have a dog and protection so I was in good shape.
Great place thanks again.