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Secluded mountain cabin on 24 acres with big views

Entire cabin hosted by Susan
3 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the cabin to yourself.
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95% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Bright, off-grid, cozy cabin with beautiful sunsets and majestic local and long distance views of Vermont's Green Mountains! Well-furnished, clean and immaculate, well-equipped, and very comfortable. Sources of energy include solar (electricity), propane (indoor gas stove, refrigerator and gas grill) & wood energy (indoor wood-burning stove).
An outhouse is 50' away and it's clean and bright. An indoor commode is available for use at night. Hiking, wildlife, ATV's, photography.

The space
This cozy cabin with knotty pine walls & ceiling along with picture windows and cathedral ceiling make this special place so rustic and charming. Laced with comfortable & casual furnishings and collections of nature items from the forest puts you more in touch with this lovely mountain setting. Kicking back and relaxing on the farmer's porch brings immediate rest from the business of your world at home. Taking in the incredible westerly view and watching sunsets from the cabin's porch will be highlights of your special escape vacation. Staying in an off-the-grid cabin is great enough but having a propane stove, water at the sink, a solar-powered shower and even a gas grill make the stay a bit more comfortable.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
2 queen beds

Amenities

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace
Luggage drop-off allowed
Refrigerator
Dedicated workspace

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Monroe, New Hampshire, United States

On your way to the cabin you'll be traveling through rural countryside, passing by dairy farms and country homes. This is a quiet little town with plenty of farming and agriculture as well as having some nice neighborhoods with more modern homes. On the mountain, there's only one other "occasional-use" home and plenty of private acreage. You're pretty much alone up there and there's plenty of trees and open land on the property.

Hosted by Susan

Joined in February 2016
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Although an R.N. by profession, my heart is in the hospitality industry and I enjoy sharing my passion for the mountains and nature with as many people as possible, from all walks of life. My goal is to offer peaceful, relaxing and beautiful places for guests who are looking to re-energize themselves. And, I hope to do this at an affordable rate so many people can enjoy what I have to offer. My interest in the hospitality industry began many years ago when My husband, Karl and I began opening up our home in Uxbridge, Massachusetts to people who needed a short or long-term place to stay. We rented out bedrooms in our home and shared our kitchen, living room, beautiful sunroom with views, and our only bathroom with a shower, with our guests. Many were complete strangers to us yet we opened up our home and invited them to use it as though it were their own. We felt it was "our calling" to share our home with others in need and envisioned moving up north to NH where we could be more involved in the hospitality industry in the beautiful White Mountains Region. We ended up settling in Grafton County, NH, and finally in the charming town of Monroe, along the Connecticut River. Karl took an early retirement package from his job at Thermo-Fisher Scientific in Massachusetts after struggling to perfom his job as an electronics technician due to Parkinson's Disease. I took a position as a school nurse at a boarding school in Haverhill, NH and we began our adventure of living in NH and the mountain region. Karl was a very devoted husband who was the "wind beneath my wings,," and with his encouragement and help he enabled me to fulfill our dream of owning a cabin on a mountain ("Secluded Mountain Cabin on 24 Acres with Big Views")which we are now able to share with so many others. Sadly, in 2019, after 40 years of marriage, Karl lost his battle with Parkinson's Disease, but I carried on with our vision of pursuing our love of hospitality and opened up several beautiful view properties for travelers to enjoy. Thankfully, Karl's caregiver and our dear friend, Jeff, has faithfully provided the needed support and help to care for all the properties to enable our vision to be carried forward. Karl and I have two wonderful children - a daughter who became a special education teacher and is now raising 5 children with her educator husband, and a son who is presently enjoying a post doctoral position in Atmospheric Chemistry at NASA. For fun, I enjoy hiking with the family, taking my two standard poodles (Tucker & Lexi) for walks; biking, kayaking, writing, community theater and using my creativity to beautify and improve the properties for guests. I feel God has blessed me with the opportunity to share these beautiful places with so many travelers and I hope people walk away feeling refreshed and inspired by the experience of living isolated away from the pressures of life in the beautiful North Country of New Hampshire.
Although an R.N. by profession, my heart is in the hospitality industry and I enjoy sharing my passion for the mountains and nature with as many people as possible, from all walks…
During your stay
As hosts, we'll be available throughout your stay, only 10 minutes away, to help you in any way if you need anything. We've even met guests at the bottom of the mountain late in the evening when they wanted help finding their way up to the cabin. Living close to the cabin is definitely beneficial for this reason!
As hosts, we'll be available throughout your stay, only 10 minutes away, to help you in any way if you need anything. We've even met guests at the bottom of the mountain late in t…
Susan is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Language: English
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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May encounter potentially dangerous animals
Carbon monoxide alarm
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