This is one of those "good news, bad news" situations. Which do you want first? O-K, I'll decide for you. The "good news" is that you won't find a more desirable getaway. The "bad news" is that you won't want to leave it. "The cabin", with all its modern conveniences, has a feeling of cleanliness and coziness. It sits under an umbrella of towering shade trees arching over a lawn that stretches more than the length of a football field--and half as wide as one--ending at the banks of the Delaware River. Beyond the rapids which are visible from the covered deck, you can see clear to the other side of the river, where the banks of it butt up against a stretch of the lower Catskills. And, if you keep your eyes peeled, through a good pair of binoculars, you can see Bald Eagles on the hunt and nesting in the trees in the tops of the trees along the horizon. Even indoors, you feel you're outside, as the cabin is decorated with scenes and artifacts of the nature just outside the front door. Much of the furniture itself, artistically cut from local wood, is a reminder that you are far from the maddening crowd.
We LOVED everything about this home. The owner was INCREDIBLE. Her attention to detail and to the comfort of her renters is mind blowing. The house is spotless and was pure joy to be in. Little touches made everything so perfect. Thoughtful owner put out Champaign with a lively card to welcome us. Along with fresh fruit and every amenity available was so perfectly placed. Unfortunately we had to cut our stay one day short due to emergency. We would definitely come again and refer others to this incredibly stunning getaway home. Thank you Danielle!!!