8 Cozy Log Cabin Getaways for the Perfect Winter
This iconic log-cabin resort was built among lakes and woods in 1952 and today the guestrooms have a 60s feel about them with walls covered in cedar planks. However, this vintage look is offset with Moroccan style rugs and indoor hammocks. Summers are a cheerful affair with the central lawn of the place blanketed with picnic tables, hammocks and grills. Paddle boarding and yoga are some of the activities at your disposal.
By the way: Visit the iconic Montauk Point Lighthouse where the first whale oil was burned in 1797.