Still at a loss for Valentine's Day plans? A cozy cabin a few hours out of town might be the way to go.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
Nestled in upstate New York’s Bovina Center, this two-bedroom, one-bath cabin is roomy enough to bring the kids, but affordable enough to go as a couple, too. It’s filled with charming—and aesthetically pleasing—features like exposed wood beams, a claw-foot tub and outdoor shower, and a wood-burning stove. Visitors recommend a meal at the nearby Brushland Eating House (order the carrots!); afterward, cozy up by the fire back at home. And if you’d like some time in the great outdoors, Bramley Mountain Trail is just 10 minutes away.
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