Looking for a true off-grid experience? This secluded log cabin in Vermont is an amazing little spot on nearly 20 wonderful acres of land.
You won’t have wifi or electricity, but there’s seasonal solar-powered water in the sink & outdoor shower and a wood stove to warm you up! These accommodations are definitely basic, but just what you might need to escape the rat race and get back to nature for a few days.
It’s located close to hiking trails, rock climbing, swimming holes, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding! So you’ll find ways to fill your time even if you can’t log into Netflix.
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Vacation in this Secluded Off-Grid Log Cabin in Vermont!
Here’s the living space downstairs. The futon folds out if you don’t want to climb into the loft for bed.
But how could you not? Look at that skylight! (Note: The lights were brought in by a guest and run on a battery pack)
And here’s a look at the cozy bedroom loft.
Here’s the indoor kitchen. There’s no refrigeration but you’ll get a cooler.
And the outdoor shower — how magical!
You also have the chance to cook in the outdoor kitchen with this wood stove.
A better view of the whole kitchen.
In the winter this place looks super magical (but the water might not be running, full disclosure).
What a unique cabin! I’d love to stay here for a night or two.
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