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Tiny Tree Cabin camping

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Tree time. Time to nature connect, unplug, simplify, relax. Camp with birds, books, lanterns, blankets, snacks, stars, open outdoor spaces and maybe coyote howls. Did you know that we actually share DNA with trees? Time with them is scientifically beneficial to our well being. Plus, it’s fun to stay in a treehouse! We are a short drive to the ocean, restaurant variety, and historic lore. Lots to explore via nearby trails and towns too. Tiny PineTree Cabin is yours for a little adventure!

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(Please be sure to read the bottom of this description to garner all the details, also to find a covid19 update. We will be asking you to sign a waiver on arrival. )

WELCOME AND this is CAMPING!
The tree cabin is outfitted with camping comforts such as blankets, battery lanterns, and sometimes pocket warmers.
The cabin is not set up with heat, electricity or plumbing.

However, a 2 minute walk to the house guest area offers most “modern” amenities you might need.

HOUSE GUEST AREA
The main house guest room, bathroom, deck, and yard, are not shared with anyone else during your stay.
Inside the guest room is a minifridge, coffee and tea, snacks, and a binder with eats and entertainment suggestions. (There are so many good restaurants around here, and forts to explore, Portsmouth town to walk about, and of course the beach.)
Also here you can borrow the cooler, (ask for an ice pack), water bottle or thermos, charge your devices, store some gear or food.
WiFi is available at the house
A 4th sleeper could rest here, if not in the treehouse.
(FYI, host lives on site, in the house connected to your guest room.)

WC
Attached to the house guest room, indoors, is a small clean bathroom with shower, tub, fresh towels, soap and shampoo. This is the private WC you'll use during your tree cabin stay.

GUEST ROOM DECK
The house semi private deck is yours to hang out on, seats and tables al fresco.

FIRE
Alas, we cannot have open fires by the treehouse, on conservation land.
(This means no smoking too please.)

However, you are welcome to use the fire pit at the house.
A few marshmallows and sticks for toasting included!
Some kindling is available to you, and you can pull more, as much as you want, from the brush pile at th edge of the woods.
You can pick up some firewood at the store, or buy split logs here.
GRILL
The house fire pit has a basic grill addition you can add to it.
Or, you can purchase and try out an eco friendly biodegradable mini grill.
There is no open flame involved with the mini grill, so you CAN use it OUTSIDE at the treehouse.
These are $20, and a new idea we are trying out. You’ll have to let us know if you think they are worth it :)

THE TREE CABIN
Now, the real reason you are here...
It is a 2 minute walk down the lane, to the Tiny Pine Tree Cabin!

The lane is relatively wide and flat, and lined with stones our farming family pulled out of the earth as they created their fields. There is a little red wagon available to help transport your gear.

The tree cabin is 6x12’ inside, with 3-5ft wide decks. It stands in a small cove of trees close to the edge of the lane, on the border of almost 200 collective acres of conservation land. 1 side deck is forest facing - trees only, the others also see a bit of field, fence, lane or evidence of quiet human habitation.

Underneath the cabin is an open area where you could sit with lunch or a game of checkers at the picnic table, soak in some positive ions as you enjoy the swing, or play horseshoes or badminton. Brought a tent? You could pitch it near here.

A solid set of narrow tread stairs with railings brings you 8ft up to the door. A sun dappled open deck on 3 sides of the cabin allows ample space to sit amongst the trees with provided camp chairs.

Inside, a tiny, simple, pine walled, not insulated, well equipped, nice little room.
Here reside a couple comfortable canvas chairs, folding stools, small moveable tables, cot, blanket trunk, and a kitchen corner with tin plates, bowls and mugs, as well as bottle opener, napkins, towels, and plasticware.
(In colder seasons, there may be a way to get a boost of heat out there, or warm up some water for a morning cabin tea or hot chocolate :)
Also available in the cabin: battery and solar lights, flashlight, extra blankets, umbrella, bug spray, broom, hand sanitizer, basic first aid kit, board games and cards, sketching materials, radio, wildlife log and identifications, books, and binoculars.
Windows on all walls let in lots of light, and 3 at floor level can be opened to screens and breezes.

CABIN SLEEPING
The sleeping loft is reached via a solid but narrow ladder, and small hatch. There are 4 single, cloth covered, adult size camping mats up there, doubled up for extra comfy. Loft best sleeps 2. Clean 100% cotton sheets, pillow cases and pillows provided, extra blankets in the trunk. Nice green tree views out of the big glass windows up there. This is a crawl on your knees space most can sit up in at the peak. A small fan may be up there for you too.
There is a large, new, 1 person canvas / springs cot with a memory foam mat for sleeping (or sitting :) on the main floor, also with bedding as needed.
(An additional 4th sleeper can be accommodated by... squeezing 3 in the loft if at least one is a kid, your outdoor tent, guest bedroom for one in the main house, or a mat off the cot and on to the cabin floor.)
So accommodations can sleep a total of 4 guests, dependent on how “cozy” you want to be.

TRAILS
There are 2, 20-80 min, looping trails you can explore that are walkable from the cabin, (one connects to the South East Land Trust small trail system), and a good variety more just a short drive way. Plus, of course the beach!

SO...
Now that’s things to do, things to see, local info, and snacks and drinks and books and board games and decks and beaches and trails and tales and tails and all the gear and beds and blankets, fire, WC, and one treehouse for you!

PS: We cannot accommodate your canine companion, but all humans ages 6+ are welcome.

COVID
We take it seriously, and use all the precautions.
Treehouse camping is available for socially distanced adventures.
Host has been practicing masked social distancing since mid March 2020. Will greet you from a distance, with mask on if you prefer. You will keep back 6 feet please :)
CDC recommends 24 hours between guests last we checked, so we provide at least twice that. All is cleaned and sanitized before you arrive of course, with extra attention to high touch surfaces like handles, switches, arm rests. All dishes are put through the dish washer. All bed linens changed out after each guests of course. No spaces are shared at the same time as the host.
We trust and expect you will be safe, responsible, mask wearing travelers when out exploring in public places too.

ALL GUESTS will be asked to...
1) Attest they are not experiencing any possible covid symptoms, or have been in contact with anyone who has had them or tested positive in the past week.
2) Sign a waiver that they have read, understand, and are abiding by the NH governor’s mandates upon arrival.
3) Follow State & CDC guidelines during your stay, wear appropriate PPE, practice social distance, etc.

NH residents must provide NH ID.

Out of New England states visitors are also required to:
1. Attest that all the person(s) staying remained at a home for at least 14 days before arriving in New Hampshire, only going out for essential items and when outside of the home maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks when within less than 6 feet of another person during this 14 day “quarantine”.

Thank for your patience, understanding, and safety.

Perhaps we’ll see you soon!

Ukungena kondwendwe
Cabin, as well as parking, main building guest area, deck, bathroom, and all within are yours during your stay, and not shared at the same time with the host or any other guests.
You are welcome to walk the trails from the tree cabin.

Ezinye izinto ekufuneka uziqaphele
Children 6 and older are welcome.

Just a reminder... There is heat, electricity, plumbing and WiFi in the guest area, but not in the cabin.

Please conserve water, and energy, turn off guest area heater, fans, lights, AC, when not in building.

No bathroom facilities are at the cabin, they are a 2 minute walk to the main building, off of the guest room.

BYO beach towel :)

No open flames at the cabin are permitted, but use of the fire pit by main building is welcome!

Evening deck and fire conversations...
Quiet please by 10pm.

No smoking, or vaping,
ANYWHERE on the property please.

Please don’t litter, by the cabin or on any of the trials.

Watch your food traces... we don’t want the cabin to be a happy place for ANTS or other creatures!

Please keep in mind also that this is a mostly camping experience :)
You are adventuring a little bit in the woods, and all that comes with, weather, seasons, temperatures, trees, earth, wildlife. There will be some seasonal bugs. Also, did I mention? Quite a variety of temperatures!
And, the occasional deer, fox, turkey, bat or hawk sighting, and coyote howl or owl hoot :)

There are 2 friendly dogs on the house property. We can keep them off your radar if needed.
Alas, we can not accommodate yours.

We love this little treehouse. It just had its first birthday! We trust you will treat it, and the land surrounding, with love and respect too :)
Tree time. Time to nature connect, unplug, simplify, relax. Camp with birds, books, lanterns, blankets, snacks, stars, open outdoor spaces and maybe coyote howls. Did you know that we actually share DNA with trees? Time with them is scientifically beneficial to our well being. Plus, it’s fun to stay in a treehouse! We are a short drive to the ocean, restaurant variety, and historic lore. Lots to explore via nearby t… funda okungakumbi

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Rye, New Hampshire, United States

We are easy to get to from all points North, South and West, close to beaches and quaint towns, and nearby to some great trails and conservation land.

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I love to stay and read on the deck, stroll down the lane with the dogs, get to the ocean off hours to walk in the water, or head in to Portsmouth for some entertainment and a bite. I think you might too! I also like to make art in the studio garage and try to grow a few vegetables. When I travel, and I have been fortunate enough to visit SO many places, I find the best memories are where I can stay and absorb the location / culture for a time. If I'm visiting your place, know that I am a quiet, clean and appreciative guest. If you are visiting mine, know that I am quiet, clean, and appreciative of my guests :)
I love to stay and read on the deck, stroll down the lane with the dogs, get to the ocean off hours to walk in the water, or head in to Portsmouth for some entertainment and a bite…
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I am happy to greet you and then leave you to your stay.
Usually I am around, or my brother next door.
You'll have my cell # if you need anything, best used instead of the Airbnb site. I will answer texts as promptly as possible between 9am and 9pm.
I am happy to greet you and then leave you to your stay.
Usually I am around, or my brother next door.
You'll have my cell # if you need anything, best used instead of…
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