When most people think of Woodstock, New York, they imagine the famous music festival that actually took place in a field in the town of Bethel – a good sixty miles away. The real area from which the festival drew its name is a lush forested woodland that makes for a perfect secluded getaway. And the Willow Treehouse cabin is the perfect venue for just such a trip.
Tucked away on 35 acres of private land and overlooking a fairly large pond (just 15 minutes from downtown Woodstock) this unique cabin-on-stilts is a forest paradise perfect for unwinding. Inside, you’ll find a large open floor plan with a spacious living area, a full kitchen, and a loft bedroom (accessible by ladder). And if that’s not close enough to nature, there’s also a covered deck under the main house and a firewood-heated hot tub just down the hill. Whether you’re looking for a writer’s retreat or just a relaxing time away from the city, this $325 a night treehouse cabin is the way to go.