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Pet-Friendly Cozy Cabin Retreat

Cabin Clack is a cozy, stream-side retreat bordering miles of beautiful trails in host-maintained Clapper Hollow State Forest.

The area is perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities and also offers great thrifting, plentiful farm stands, and horseback riding.

The cabin is good for a couple, solo adventurers, or families (with kids). We welcome pets, and they will love exploring the countryside and the freedom of our virtually traffic-free dead-end road (no leashes needed).


The space is a 1-room cabin with queen bed, full kitchenette, vintage free-standing tub and Vermont Castings wood-burning stove. The back porch overlooks a lively little stream with magnificent views of the changing leaves - and a hibachi if you feel like grilling some farm-fresh goodies during your stay.


The entire cabin is yours to call home during your stay, and you are free to explore our 100 acre property and adjacent 900 acre Clapper Hollow State Forest. We are DEC Stewards of the forest and have made and maintain our own trail maps, which we would be happy to share with you - just ask!

If you would like to branch out and explore the area, Windham and Plattekill ski areas are within an hour's drive, as are cultural attractions like the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame, Brewery Ommegang, the Farmer's Museum, and Fenimore Art Museum, Howes Cavern and Secret Cavern.


We live across the road and are available to answer any questions you might have about the area.


We can supply you with snowshoes and ski poles for exploring. Bring your own equipment for Xcountry skiing around the property, or go downhill skiing at Plattekill or Windham. Skating rink is free on the Jefferson village green.

There are apple trees all around and guests are welcome to collect them and to use our apple press to make their own cider.

There is no cell reception or wi-fi at the Cabin - so be prepared to truly unplug!


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- There are 2 mattresses in the sleeping loft that can be used to accomodate additional guests. The sleeping loft can be great fun for children, but is only accessible by ladder (as shown in the pictures), and could be a hazard for younger children.



Perfectly secluded and relaxing! The small cabin is amazing. Fully equipped with a wood burning stove, full kitchenette and mountain charm. We loved our stay. Thank you to the hosts for being amazing!

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Tom and Clara's cabin. It was very charming, clean, and quiet — with all of the amenities you might need. We grilled out one night, cooked a couple of meals in the kitchenette, and used the wood-burning stove twice. The property, also, was beautiful and serene. Tom and Clara invited us over for a spot of afternoon tea, and we appreciated the chance to get to know them. They were excellent hosts, and we hope to return in the future!

We couldn't have asked for a more perfect getaway! We felt so welcomed and comfortable at the cabin, which had everything we needed, while really giving us the chance to unplug. Clara and Tom greeted us like old friends and we were lucky enough to meet their daughters and spend a fantastic afternoon pressing cider. We are looking forward to going back again soon!

This is a little slice of heaven !! From the location to the beautifully decorated cabin, it made for an amazing weekend getaway; we did not want to come back to our reality. From the time we pulled into the driveway Friday afternoon with friendly hello from our gracious hosts until we reluctantly left Sunday morning, it was the perfect getaway ! If you want to leave the stress of every day life behind, this is definitely the place to do it. We're already looking forward to our next visit ...

This little cabin was a dreamy escape from the city for me and my dog! I sat on the porch & read listening to the gurgling stream while he explored the woods & fields. The wild heirloom apples, gorgeous turning leaves, & natural sulpher bath water made the whole time feel a little otherworldly in the best way. It was like a trip to another time & place only 3.5 hours away from NYC. These hosts are truly welcoming & generous with their time. And also respectful of your privacy at the right times - they have a natural gift for hosting. I got to see their cider press & the rest of their beautiful property & home & even take home some delicious cider. They are also truly dog friendly, understanding even my crazy rescue dog's idiosyncrasies & welcoming him into their home down the road. The cabin is cozy & just as tiny as they say, which I loved. The kitchen is well stocked with equipment & the woodfired stove is cozy. The large porch was my favorite feature; with rocking chairs & a large sink to wash up in, it adds significant space to the very intimate cabin. Absolutely no cell phone or wifi makes it a true retreat from the city. I'll be back!

This was an amazing location! Very quiet and peaceful, and also beautiful. A great place to let time pass, to cook, to sleep, and from which to explore the surrounding natural beauty. Tom and Clara are amazing hosts and even allowed us to pick apples and make apple cider from their apple press! It should be noted that the cabin, while basic in its scale, is very nicely appointed and immaculate.

After 15 years of marriage and running a small gardening business together we just needed to put phones down, leave daily stresses behind and reconnect. The cabin was the perfect place for it. Quiet solitude to remind ourselves of what's important, reading, writing, drawing and kisses. Our dogs are our babies and they were off leash and exploring all day everyday. Flowers were in bloom, brook was babbling, birds singing and the air was crisp. We had a lovely afternoon with Tom and Clara. Tea and cookies turned to a couple of cocktails with cheese and crackers and a sausage of the month! They are beautiful, kind souls and we hope to continue an inspiring friendship. The bed was cozy and warm. The bath reviving. The porch inviting. We picked delicious wild blackberries and hiked their beautiful trails. Hoping to return soon.

Jefferson, 纽约州, 美国注册时间:十月 2016
Your hosts are Thomas and Clara Courtenay-Clack. Thomas is originally from the South of England and came to the USA in the early 1960's. He worked in England at the BBC and opened his own recording studios in Manhattan. Clara was born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and worked fo…
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