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This new – contemporary cottage is located adjacent to our 65 acre homestead and surrounded by over 800 additional acres of woodlands. Activities also available nearby in Maryland, Somerset, PA and in other parts of the Laural Highlands. This Woodland Cottage offers you the opportunity to experience life in the Appalachian Mountains in a very private setting. . The cottage is within 10-yards of a mountain brook and on the edge of a thousand acre forest through which the Casselman River and Great Allegheny Passage flow. Occupants are serenaded by the sounds of forests bird, amphibians, tree crickets, howling coyotes, barking fox and babbling water. The elevated 10’ x 34’ deck overlooking forest and stream has a 10’ x 22’ section under roof allowing “outdoor” time even on rainy days.

We can accommodate 4 guests – queen bed and two twin beds (daybed with trundle). This is a total sleeping area for 4 guests. Please note: these sleeping areas are adjacent to each other . It is an open floor plan but, a privacy curtain is provided between the 2 areas.

The Woodland Cottage has a fully equipped ready to cook kitchen, dining area with table and chairs, living room area with reading chairs and gas fireplace (in season), den area with daybed/trundle (bedding here is for two twin beds) and bedroom area with queen size pillow topped mattress, dresser and closet. (A privacy curtain may be added between these two sleeping areas.) The cottage is ADA accessible and the bathroom has a large shower that is ADA compliant.

Outside: large covered and open deck has a dining area, gas grill, comfortable chairs, dining table with chairs and benches. There is a fire ring with wooden bench and fireside seating. Firewood for a campfire that will last several hours for each night of your stay is provided. Two other rustic benches are placed in more secluded locations for solitude or private discussions.

The gas fireplace in the sitting area is available for use from mid-Sept. through mid-May. Heating and air conditioning are available year round as appropriate. Our gas grill is available on the covered back deck from Mid-May until mid-Oct. — Gas fireplace in living area from Mid-Oct. until Mid-May

We booked a New Year’s getaway at this cabin. The weather went against us – it was single-digits and we got a lot of snow. Thankfully we brought food! Everything you need to cook (utensils, coffee pot, silverware, pots and pans) was available. Despite the extreme cold, the house was warm and cozy. There were multiple bird feeders and we really enjoyed watching the visitors! They have interesting books and a good selection of DVDs. Plenty of towels in the bathroom and kitchen, good water pressure and it was CLEAN. I often stay in 5-star hotels (for work) and this cabin was just as clean. The one thing I would suggest to any would-be travelers: it is remote. That’s part of the charm of course, but come prepared. You won’t find craft beer or decent wine within 20 miles. If your the health-food type, definitely none of that around either. Thanks to the weather we did not get to enjoy any of the outside amenities but the view was peaceful. I’m a travel snob and I recommend it! Regarding the cabin itself we had zero complaints or issues!