Turkey Ridge Cottage
The texture of the hills.
Here you’ll discover everything you need for a relaxing get-away or secluded country vacation. Trot off to the river or take a breather on the deck overlooking the valley. Find a gentle refuge in this comfortable cottage that peers into the broad valley. Guest have said “No television please!” but you will find all other modern conveniences. And there are woods and wildlife at your doorstep.
Cozy and relaxing for a couple, a family, or a group of friends, there are three small bedrooms. The living area and kitchen are in an open floor plan that connects to a deck overlooking the river valley. The full kitchen is stocked with breakfast you prepare on your own schedule. Walk to the river, watch the sun set while relaxing beside a campfire, or snuggle close to the fireplace on cool days. Fully outfitted. DVD/VCR, sound system and large library. Bring only your personal gear and food. Pets and horses permitted with minor restrictions. Smoking outside only.
You’ll discover everything you need for a relaxing get-away or secluded country vacation. The decor is country antique, where you may find several items for sale.
- Fully modern & convenient
- Wonderful view of river valley
- 3 small bedrooms, queen beds
- All linens provided (turn key)
- Track to river & canoes
- Self catering (full kitchen)
- Children, pets welcome (simple rules)
- Sound system, VCR, DVD
- Fireplace stove
- Comfortable deck
- Outside fires (wood provided)
Tarriff: $155 for 2 adults – (Weekly $975) 2- night minimum.
It was in the spring after the force of winter had subsided and when the serviceberry and dogwood were in bloom. We built a wood fire outside the cottage to spend a calming evening together, warming and gazing out across the hills. Now it was dark, and in the firelight the stories began – always scary stories. As if on clue, a barred owl hooted somewhere back in the timber. “Who cooks for you? Who cooks for me?” Slow and mournful and answered by another owl up on Happy Ridge, echoing across the hollow. The things I remember about that night were how the children’s eyes were wide and shown in the firelight, and how we slept peacefully and well until morning.