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ABOUT

 Brookmill Cabin is a charming mountain retreat nestled in the serene surroundings of Pond Eddy, NY. The cabin awaits atop a hill with towering trees on a half-acre land, inviting valley views on all sides and mere minutes away from the Delaware River. Just a short 2-hour drive from New York City and nearby states, our cabin offers a quick escape from the hectic pace of city life. Immerse yourself in nature as you explore the scenic trails, breathe in the fresh mountain air, and rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul.

 

At Brookmill Cabin, we believe in the power of nature to promote holistic well-being. Our space combines biophilic design with modern wellness amenities, creating a harmonious environment that nurtures both the senses and the spirit. Sustainability is also woven in our ethos. Designed with eco-conscious travelers in mind, our cabin offers a retreat for those supporting earth-friendly practices and committed to sustainable tourism principles.

Book your stay today and embark on a memorable journey at Brookmill Cabin.

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What to love

Explore why we're your perfect match

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Wellness

Our cabin is designed with wellness in mind. We prioritize your health and relaxation by incorporating biophilic design elements that bring nature indoors. Our wellness amenities, including a hot tub and steam shower, provide the perfect escape from the stresses of everyday life. 

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Sustainable

With validation as a sustainable rental, we embrace eco-conscious practices and also support local communities and conservation efforts. We advocate for responsible tourism and aspire to leave a positive impact in the ecosystem and community, one stay at a time. Learn more.

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Outdoor Living

Enjoy a variety of outdoor spaces tailored to your every mood – whether it's dining al fresco, soaking up the sun, socializing with friends, or simply unwinding in solitude. Our versatile outdoor areas also offer opportunities to observe wildlife, practice yoga, meditate, or indulge in some quiet time for reading or listening to the sound of nature.

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Modern Comforts

Retreat to our cabin for a blend of nature and modern comforts. Enjoy the quiet mountain setting while staying connected to essential amenities. Whether it's tuning in to your favorite tunes, watching films, or baking something special, there's something for everyone to enjoy!

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What's unique?

01.

Charred Wood 

inspired by shou sugi ban

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French Doors All Around

elegantly bringing nature inside

03.

3-Tiered Deck

modern outdoor living space

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Sunroom

perched access to nature

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Spiral Staircase

custom design by iron shop

Amenities

Space

1,824 sq ft space, 3 levels with open concept living room, dining nook, kitchen, dining area, study/loft, sunroom 

2 bathrooms and 2 bedrooms

Sleep

sleeps up to 6 people | 2 queen beds and 1 king bed, outfitted with earth-friendly linens and Nectar mattress

Bathroom

copper sink, steam and rain shower units, heated bathroom floors, fresh towels, hair and body care from public goods & attitude

Wellness

steam shower, hot tub, nature therapy, meditation pillows, yoga mats | natural & organic pantry supplies, nutribullet blender

Heating/Cooling

multi-zone mini split units (air conditioning & heating), ceiling fan,  and wood stove (complimentary firewood).

Laundry

washer, dryer, drying rack

Space

1,824 sq. ft space, 3 levels with open concept living room, dining room, kitchen, dining area, study/loft, sunroom

2 bathrooms and 2 bedrooms

Sleep

sleeps up to 6 people | 2 queen beds and 1 king bed, outfitted with earth-friendly linens and nectar mattresses

Bathroom

copper sink, steam and rain shower units, heated bathroom floors, fresh towels, hair and body care from public goods & attitude

Wellness

hot tub, steam shower, nature therapy, meditation pillows, yoga mats | natural & organic pantry supplies, nutribullet blender

Heating/Cooling

multi-zone mini split units (air conditioning & heating), ceiling fan, wood stove (complimentary firewood)

Laundry

washer, dryer, drying rack

Kitchen

LG Smart gas range, fridge, microwave, toaster, dishwasher, pots, pans, flatware, plates, glassware, cooking utensils, baking sheets, spices, cutting board, knife set, mixing bowls, fridge with ice and water dispenser

Outdoor

deck with sunrise & wooded views, sectional sofa, fire pit, hot spring hot tub, weber spirit grill, polywood adirondack chairs, dining set

Entertainment

board games, cards, projector and screen, sonos, apple tv, books

Tech

smart self-check-in keypad, wifi, ring doorbell, nest protect

Nature / Flora & Fauna

mountains, river, brook, streams, lake, forest, wildlife, bald eagles, hawks, ostrich ferns, white tailed deer

Activities

river tubing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, hiking, birdwatching, picnic

Explore more here

The land

Pond Eddy, NY

For centuries, the Lenni Lenape, an indigenous Native American tribe, inhabited the Upper Delaware region, including the area that would later become Sullivan County.

During the early 1800s, settlements emerged on either side of the river, both bearing the name Pond Eddy—one situated on the New York side, and the other on the Pennsylvania side.

Pond Eddy derived its name from the backward swirl of the Delaware River, forming a pond-like eddy at this location.

The river

Delaware River

The Delaware River is one of the major rivers in the United States, flowing through four states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

The Delaware River runs 330 miles long and originates from two branches in the Catskill Mountains of New York, with the Western Branch beginning near Mount Jefferson and the Eastern Branch near Roxbury at Grand Gorge. These branches converge in Hancock, New York, before flowing as a single river to the Delaware Bay.

The Delaware River, steeped in history, witnessed the rise and decline of the Delaware and Hudson Canal (D&H Canal), a 19th-century transportation marvel spanning 108 miles from Pennsylvania to New York, predominantly serving the transport of anthracite coal, until its eventual obsolescence due to the ascendance of railroads.

The cabin

Renovated 1948 Cape Cod Style Home

Thanks to cabin aficionados, Kevin and Chris, this home was entirely rebuilt and completed in autumn 2022 from the ground floor upwards and later transformed into a cabin with European-styled farmhouse interiors. We're delighted to highlight that our cabin was purchased from them brand new, needing only minimal adjustments to its exterior and interior. It was meticulously constructed with a dual emphasis on quality craftsmanship and energy efficiency, guaranteeing its endurance for generations to come—an aspect we deeply value and appreciate.

 

 John Paul & Jaine, your dedicated hosts and proud owners, eagerly await the opportunity to welcome you to our cabin and ensure your stay is memorable.

Sustainability

Join us in our journey towards a greener, more sustainable future.

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Sustonica Certification

Our dedication to sustainability encompasses various aspects, including energy conservation, water preservation, waste reduction, and support for eco-tourism and sustainable travel practices.

We believe in promoting destinations while minimizing negative impacts on local communities. Through our eco-conscious design and decor elements, we also strive to create a harmonious blend of comfort and environmental responsibility.

Delaware Highlands Partnership

This partnership enables us to actively contribute to conservation efforts, positively impact the local ecosystem and community, and sustainably promote responsible and eco-conscious tourism.

 

We're committed to educating and inspiring you about the Delaware River and its natural wonders. Let's work together to respect and protect our environment.

Pure Catskills Partnership

As a member, we promote purchases from Pure Catskills farmers, foresters, and businesses to directly support the rural economy, safeguard working landscapes, and preserve water quality.

Your contribution to our community ensures the survival of small towns in the Catskills and sustains the region's way of life. This boosts economic viability and directly supports the Watershed Agricultural Council.

Gallery

Come, explore, and let your imagination wander to where you'll soon be calling home away from home. More pictures here

Location

Explore things to do here

We're in Pond Eddy, NY.

That's in Sullivan County, Southern Catksills. We're just a hop and a skip away from the Delaware River —a 2-minute drive or a quick 10-minute stroll!

 

From the GW Bridge, the cabin is only1 hour and 30-minute drive! 

If you need to take the train, we're just a 20-minute drive from Port Jervis Train Station.

Katherine, NY

“...The cabin itself, upon entry is aesthetically pleasing with a lot of amenities to be had. And you know that everything (from the decor down to the kitchen items) are thoughtfully curated with the environment in mind."

Jon & Emma, CT

"Thank you for creating a lovely and sustainable place for relaxation. The perfect staycation. We hope to come back one day!"

Jenn, NJ

"...The attention to detail, extra amenities, and thoughtfulness they put into creating a beautiful and memorable getaway for us is something we’ll never forget. I cannot recommend staying here enough!!!!"

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