The Writer's Cabin is nestled at the edge of our nature trails, with a distant view of our beach on Lake Clear. This hand-crafted luxurious Adirondack cabin with a specialty hydrotherapy steam shower and king bedroom is a perfect couple's getaway! The living area has a beautiful vaulted ceiling with wood burning fireplace, cozy leather couches, and an upstairs loft with a sofa. Outside is a fire pit and picnic area shared with the Guide's Cabin for use during the summer and fall.
- Distant Sunset Lake View
- Master King Bedroom
- Hydrotherapy Steam Shower
- Second Floor Loft with Sofa/Futon
- Wood-burning Fireplace
- Standard Amount of Firewood*
- Fully Winterized & Heated
- Custom Adirondack Wall Paneling
- Living Area with Leather Furniture
- Bluetooth Speaker
- Small Refrigerator
- Coffee Maker
- Toaster Oven
- Outdoor Hand-crafted Adirondack Chairs**
- Shared Outdoor Picnic Area: Fire Pit & Charcoal Grill**
Disconnect from Stress & Reconnect with Nature
Though our location in the woods and on the water creates a rejuvenating destination alone, there is no WiFi, TVs, or phones in our lodgings to ensure a serene stay with a focus on relaxation, mindfulness, and making meaningful connections. We encourage you to unplug from the stresses of daily life and instead plug into the sights and sounds of nature.
However, we understand that complete disconnection may not be an option for all our guests. For your convenience, we provide complimentary WiFi in the Main Lodge lobby and gazebo.
Additionally, cell phone carriers that use Verizon towers do have some service and LTE/data coverage.
The Writer's Cabin was designed from one of the original “be creative and contemplative” Lodge cabins and built with milled wood from the property. This miniature Great Camp is where we derived “luxurious without pretension, imaginative within natural subtly and personalized character” as you will not find this interior design anywhere. Ernest, the overly imaginative craftsman in his own right, often comes up with an idea that reaches the extreme of possibility. Here, individual milled boards were individually sized and placed in between sheets of Adirondack fabric to give a warm, woodsy feel.