The SpaceThe cabin has a living room, a bedroom downstairs that sleeps 3, a loft that sleeps two, a living room that sleeps 2, a galley kitchen with all standard amenities, and a three piece bath. All linens for bed and bath are provided. The kitchen is equipped with an electric range and oven, coffee maker, microwave, toaster oven, blender, and a small refrigerator. Pots, pans, plates, eating utensils are also provided, as well as basic sundry items. A small flatscreen TV for DVD viewing is available, as well as a local access telephone line, with provided long-distance calling cards. We intentionally do not have internet connection, although if you find you need it, there are cafés downtown that offer it free of charge. The cabin is heated with a quiet and efficient propane space heater in the living room. Food bowls, a dog bed, and long lead line are provided for your pet. Guest AccessThe cabin and its 6 acres are all yours during your stay. AirBnB will provide you with the itinerary, including our detailed directions, upon confirmation of your reservation. Interaction with GuestsWe are just a phone call away if you need us, and will call the evening of your arrival to ensure you've arrived safely, but other than that, but we respect your privacy. The NeighborhoodOur cabin is a true slice of heaven. Built with our own hands on 6 acres, our property abuts a nature conservancy, ensuring peace, clear view of the stars, and exciting wildlife sightings. With all of the novelties of camping, but all of the creature comforts of home, Twin Birches boasts a true retreat experience. Whether your passion is hiking, sightseeing, ATVing, boating, snowmobiling, fly-fishing, hunting, rock or ice climbing, fly-fishing, back-country camping, fine dining, bird watching, or just moseying in small shops and eavesdropping on authentic Yankee dialect, it is all here. Getting AroundCheck out our guidebook on AirBnB to preview some of our local recommendations for food and fun! There is also an ample selection of brochures, hiking booklets, maps, and other suggestions at waiting for you at the cabin. Other Things to Note**ATV and snowmobile trails are plentiful and growing by the day! We are just minutes away from access points on West Road.
**Don't forget that Fall foliage comes early to North Country...somewhere within the first and second week of September, so don't miss it!
**Please keep in mind that the last couple of roads are unpaved and a bit rough.
**Please note that you are absolutely welcome to bring along your dog. We have dog bowls, a big dog bed, and an extra long lead line for exploring the great outdoors!