The Springs Retreat: The perfect hidden rustic getaway

If you've ever wanted to live, even temporarily, in your own cabin in the woods, you can't do better than The Springs Retreat. The place is just a little spot of heaven located in Montour Falls, New York. Off-the-grid and hidden in the woods, the Springs Retreat cabin still boasts many commodities as well as a dining room to die for.
A two-story cabin set on 12 acres, according to its listing on Air BNB, the retreat might have been made 200 years ago based on the lovely exterior, with white-tail deer, grouse, turkey, rabbits, and chipmunks all known to frequent the property
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Seclusion is the name of the game for this tiny cabin. No other dwelling resides on its 12-acre spread.
The combination living room/dining room/kitchen is spotless and flows perfectly. 
Gorgeous decorations reflect the natural light into the tiny cabin.
The kitchen offers all the amenities of home with a refrigerator, sink, stove, range, microwave, and toaster oven.
Rustic decorations keep the theme of a log cabin throughout the property.
The dining room is a rustic dream, seating four around a white wooden table with chairs to match, all set in a relaxing blue. 
Built-ins give this cabin way more space than you'd imagine.
Yes, indoor plumbing! Natural light again plays a big part here.
The staircase to the second story is located inobtrusively right inside the front door.
The upstairs bedroom is as cozy as can be with a queen and a twin bed, perfect for parents and children to share. 
Curtains lend privacy in the bedroom.
Scented candles do the trick for a relaxing night of sleep.
A comfy rocking chair invites you to share that first cup of coffee.
This woodland gnome is just one of several colorful characters dotting the property's landscape. 
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With a location perfect for adventurers and an interior able to satisfy the most demanding city dweller, it's safe to say that the Springs Retreat is a jewel in the woods. 
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