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Total Privacy, Sustainably Built
Guests staying in our independent eco-cabins enjoy total privacy, as they come with their own kitchen, bathroom, living room, deck, barbecue and wood or propane stove. Each cabin has been built with a keen respect for the environment by using local, sustainably harvested woods, reclaimed materials, non-toxic paints and stains, and high quality insulating techniques and other energy-conserving practices.
They are open year-round.
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Charming old cabin with a private dock on the Oxtongue River. Two double bed bedrooms, a kitchenette, bathroom and living/dining room. Charging station for electronic vehicle. This cabin is the furthest from the road and the most private! Maximum of 4 people, well-behaved pets welcome.
4 Guests2 Bedroom(s)Two double bed bedroomsKitchenette1 Bath(s)
This cabin is the first in the eco-cabin series across the road from the hostel. It has a GORGEOUS queen bedroom in an open loft above the living space, a double bedroom, and a bunkbed room. The cabin is universally accessible. Sleeps up to 6.
This cabin was named after Jennifer’s grandparents, who were passionate amateur naturalists. It has a queen bedroom, a bathroom off the living area, and a double pull-out couch/bed in the living room. Sleeps up to 4.
4 Guests1 Bedroom(s)Queen BedPull Out Couch1 Bath(s)
Our largest independent cabin can host a medium-sized family or group of friends. A double bed and three singles are together in an open loft overlooking the main living space. A bathroom, kitchen, dining area and living space in an open-concept arrangement on the main floor. A double pull-out futon on the main floor can be used by folks who have difficulties with stairs or prefer to stay close to the fire.