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This little stone cottage in Vermont is off-grid vacationing at its finest. You’ll have hot and cold running water, but no WiFi and not much cell service. The one-room cottage sits on a New England farm and you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a Robert Frost poem.

There’s a bathroom with a shower and Separette toilet, a kitchen with a sink, cooler, and two-burner cooktop, and you can eat at the old wooden table or sit on the comfy couch.

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Primitive Vermont Cabin on a Farm

Off Grid One Room Stone Cottage in Vermont. 4

Images via Erica/Airbnb

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There are few things as quaint and cozy as stone, and that proves true in this tiny stone cottage affixed to the Pony Barn Bar & Restaurant on a 120-acre heritage breed farm.

The little vacation spot features a studio-style set up, with a queen bed on one side, and a kitchenette with pasture views on the other. Down a small hallway there’s a wet bathroom and linen closet.

While it’s perfect in any season, something tells me this spot in West Sand Lake, New York is particularly magical when the snow falls! You can book your stay at Airbnb.

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Romantic Stone Cottage Getaway on Farm in NY

Stone House Studio at June Farms 1

Images via Airbnb

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From the outside, it looks like a classic tiny stone cabin.

At 350 sq. ft. it’s tiny to some, small to others, and spacious for few.

When you step inside you unexpectedly feel like you’re in a modern, woodsy, and yet rustic micro cabin all at the same time.

I encourage you to enjoy the tour of this modern/classic tiny stone cabin below so you can see what I mean. And let me know your opinion on it in the comments below.

Modern, Rustic and Woodsy Tiny Stone Cabin

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