|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The Douglas Place is an old farmhouse, now used as a cabin, situated on 55+ acres of prime hunting ground--adjacent to 3000+ acres of Pennsylvania State Forest Land. The house has 2 bedrooms with full-size beds, living room with a sleeper sofa, 1 bathroom with shower and claw foot tub, towels and linens provided, fully-furnished kitchen, microwave, modern oven, and fridge. Cook your meals on the stove or on the campfire!
The Douglas Place is adjacent to 3000+ acres of PA State Forest Land, perfect for hunting, fishing or other Armenia Mountain adventures such as hiking/walking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, and photography. Sit on the porch, light a fire in the pit, and breathe in the simple life of Armenia Mountain. Watch wildlife, admire the stars in the dark skies, hear the songbirds, and pick a wildflower bouquet.
Take day trips to Mt. Pisgah State Park, the PA Grand Canyon, Apple Cheese Festival, Leroy Heritage Museum, Troy Fair, the Little League World Series in Williamsport, and the Finger Lakes region.
We farm field crops, vegetables, goats, pigs, and chickens--we believe in eating local. Farm experiences and farm to table meals are available for an additional fee! Nicole is a environmental educator with 18 years of experience in outdoor conservation education and recreational activities. Are you interested in learning something? Just ask us!
The Harris Family is 6th generation of family on Armenia Mountain. Help us continue the restoration of the Douglas Place! Future plans include remodeling the loft area, new siding, laying stone for the antique cookstove and restoring the outhouse back to working condition--in case you get the urge ; )
We are pursuing our dreams of being self-employed, raising our kids around plants and animals!
Nicole Harris purchased this cabin in 2014
We are born and raised in the Troy area, and have decided to remain in this area to continue the legacies and traditions of our families. We purchased the property because we needed more farmland close to our home. I've ridden horses on the dirt roads past this property for years--never dreaming that we would one day be able to own it! The land hasn't been farmed in 40+ years, but are working on clearing land to make it back into a working farm.
When I was younger, I can remember riding around Armenia Mountain with my grandfather. We would drive past this white cabin, with lattice on the front, and a white picket fence with a sign that said "Oleo Acres: One of the Cheaper Spreads."
We are excited that we now own the cabin and surrounding land. We are farming: raising our children around plants and animals on a unique piece of ground. We pick wild huckleberries (blueberries) and harvest wild leeks. We hunt on the property and the attached 3000+ acres of State Forest Land. We ride horse all over the area. There used to be native brook trout in Rathbone Creek--we chuckle as we haven't even had a chance to go fishing in the creek yet! The pond we built in Fall 2015 is slowly filling--you'll be able to fish in Summer 2016!
My 17 year old God son and I had the best couple of days together hunting. This cabin is nestled inside and surrounded by game lands on its 55 acre parcel. Hunting and bonding experience A +++++!!!! Highly recommended.
My husband and I booked a weekend at the Douglas Place, and I have to say it was well worth the drive. We needed a peaceful weekend away from the hustle and bustle of city life, and that is exactly what we got! I must say that the owner Nicole, was awesome. She met us at the top of the mountain and took us to the cabin. When we got there, she had provided us with some things that she makes on her farm, along with the items to make S'mores on the fire pit. She also had maps of the area so that if we left the cabin, we would be able to find our way back. The cabin was well kept. and had all of the luxuries of home. My husband and I were able to spend some quality time alone, without the interruption of anyone, which is exactly what we needed. Not having any cell phone coverage in the mountains was more of a blessing than an inconvenience, it gave us more time to focus on each other. I recommend that you visit this place, you won't believe how relaxed you will be !! By the way do not leave without trying some of Nicole's pickles, they are to die for!!!
Visit Mt. Pisgah State Park for a picnic, a dip in the pool, or boating on Stephen Foster Lake or attend one of our educational events: Sugar on Snow, Apple Butter Day, Women in the Wilds, Bradford County Youth Field Day or Patriots in the Park; check out the Chief Wetona statue at Mt. Pisgah County Park with scenic overlooks; take in a game at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA; take a day trip to the Finger Lakes breweries and wineries; eat local foods at Milky Way Farms & Restaurant--which sells milk and butter from cows milked on the premises; explore the Apple Cheese Festival & Fall Fling in early October; attend the Troy Fair held in late July; travel to the Heritage Festival at Alparon Park in mid-September; check out the Leroy Heritage Museum or the Bradford County Historical Society; or day trip to the PA Grand Canyon near Wellsboro, PA.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Property Damage Protection||£79|
Well-behaved pets may be considered for an additional fee. Guests are expected to leave cabin as they found it. House not found clean will be subject to a $100 cleaning fee.