The cabin could stand alone as a destination; it's beautiful, immaculate, warm and well-equipped. The surroundings are beautiful, especially in the winter setting and snow. We had so much fun leaving the TV off, drinking mulled wine, putting together a puzzle, and relaxing by the firelight. It was all of the city escape we wanted and more.
Out and about, Royalton is a great little town with a handful of good eats and a great pair of charming taverns that serve up the local standards in beer and pair it with great pub food. Should you care to stay in, though, the cabin is outfitted with everything you'd need to bring your gourmet options with you. Pots, pans, utensils, plates, silverware, drinkware, and even a kettle, apart from the coffee pot. It was a home waiting for us, and our best nights were the ones we spent in, cooking a country meal appropriate for the setting.
Lisa and Keith have a great operation, their love for which is apparent and endearing, obvious to their guests, and results in an unforgettable experience you'll be eager to repeat. We know we are.More