The Minouche - Cabin Life at its Best

Superhost

Entire cabin hosted by Marilyn

  1. 2 guests
  2. Studio
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bathroom
Marilyn is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for their guests.
Great location
95% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Great check-in experience
100% of recent guests gave the check-in process a 5-star rating.

AirCover

Every booking includes free protection from Host cancellations, listing inaccuracies, and other issues like trouble checking in.
The Cabin Minouche is a rustic cabin perched high on a rock cliff overlooking Willsboro Bay. Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains of Vermont. l.

The space
The Minouche is located a few hundred feet from our home. It was carefully situated to provide the most privacy for our home as well as the cabin. We live on 108 acres of mountain land high above Lake Champlain.

Summer and Fall Fun on the Adirondack Coast and Beyond

Our home is located on the outskirts of Keeseville, NY, 13 miles south of Plattsburgh. Keeseville sits along the banks of the Ausable River, just west of Lake Champlain and within the Adirondack Park.

Rich with history
Established around 1812, the 19th-century industrial community of Keeseville is a national register district with 147 historic buildings and bridges. In addition, Keeseville is the birthplace of William Henry Jackson, an American painter, Civil War veteran, and explorer who achieved international fame for his photographs of the American frontier.

Explore chasms & railroads
Ausable Chasm, located just outside of Keeseville, is one of the oldest attractions in North America. Discover the Chasm through adventure courses and nature trails with scenic vistas and waterfalls and enjoy an easy two-mile “float through nature” on a 12-person river raft or an inner tube. The Chasm also offers many other year-round Adirondack Coast activities, including camping, biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

While at Ausable Chasm, be sure to visit the nearby North Star Underground Railroad Museum, which reveals the hidden history of the Champlain Line of the Underground Railroad with poignant exhibits and compelling stories of fugitive slaves who passed through northeastern NY on their way to freedom in Canada.

Recreation of many kinds, in beautiful surroundings
Experience Keeseville’s unique shops and restaurants, as well as enjoy relaxing strolls along the village’s quaint and scenic roads with their striking views of the Ausable River and the Adirondack Mountains.

Ausable River, which runs through Keeseville and flows into Lake Champlain, offers great opportunities for Adirondack Coast fishing. Boaters and sailors can also take advantage of the Port Douglas Boat Launch, located on Route 16 in Keeseville.

Play a round of golf and dine at Harmony Golf Club & Community, located just 5 miles east of Keeseville. The club’s plush, green fairways are perched high on cliffs that overlook beautiful Lake Champlain.

For more outdoor, Adirondack Coast adventure, visit Wickham Marsh and Ausable Point State Park, located just east of Ausable Chasm. There, you can explore the extraordinary marsh habitat by foot or canoe, experience some of the finest bird watching in New York State and view a rare cedar plantation and an old homestead site.

Mountains

The Adirondack region is famous for its mountains. There's a hike for everyone's tastes, be it an easy afternoon hike up Rattlesnake Mountain or a more challenging trek up one of the High Peaks.
Dining

The Adirondack Coast offers some of the finest dining experiences. There are many nearby restaurants that specialize in local foods, wines and craft beers. Many are tucked away on the shoreline of Lake Champlain offering spectacular views.

Day Trips

Montreal = just 60-miles north
Plattsburgh = a university city with deep historical roots - 25-miles
Lake Placid = a two-time Winter Olympic Village - 40-miles
Burlington, Vermont = a 60-minute trek by car and ferry to the hip waterfront city of Burlington - Ben & Gerry's, University of Vermont, Museums, brew pubs, dining, music and more.

This is the short list ... bring your bikes, canoes, kayaks, and running shoes



Here are some things to do/see locally. We will have brochures for you :
Whiteface Mtn; Ausable Chasm; permit to the local beach and boat ramp; numerous NYS hiking trails; ferries to Vermont; wildlife refuge; Ausable River trout fishing; Lake Placid; Plattsburgh Int'l Airport; Canoe and kayak rentals; restaurants - casual or fine dining; numerous historical sites and villages; 1 1/2 hrs to Montreal - Passport, enhanced NYS license or Visa may be required

What this place offers

Bay view
Lake view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Washing machine
Dryer
Private patio or balcony

Select check-in date

Add your travel dates for exact pricing

4.97 out of 5 stars from 218 reviews

Cleanliness
Accuracy
Communication
Location
Check-in
Value

Where you’ll be

Keeseville, New York, United States

We have a lovely, water-view and water-front neighborhood. Within a few miles you will find beaches, a vineyard, a brewery, organic farms, a farm which operates a butcher shop and provides custom meats, a local creamery with homemade cheeses, a farmer's market, several beaches, several local mountain hikes, a boat ramp, kayak rentals and launch sites, fishing guides and fishing boat rentals as well as recreational boat rentals, ferry to Burlington, Vermont, golf, a wild life sanctuary, fine dining, museums, Ausable Chasm, casual private walking trails, and so much more.

Hosted by Marilyn

  1. Joined in January 2015
  • 529 Reviews
  • Identity verified
  • Superhost
Mich and I are married and somewhat retired. We enjoy living in our Adirondack home and its surroundings.

During your stay

My husband Mich and I are semi-retired and live full time in our home that is a few hundred feet from the cabin. If guests need anything we are easy to find. If you need to do some laundry in our home that can be arranged. Need something special for a meal? - local info? just let us know ... we will provide a cell phone text number for any of your needs or questions.
My husband Mich and I are semi-retired and live full time in our home that is a few hundred feet from the cabin. If guests need anything we are easy to find. If you need to do some…

Marilyn is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Languages: English, Français, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
To protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the Airbnb website or app.

Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Check out: 11:00 am
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Heights without rails or protection
May encounter potentially dangerous animals
Carbon monoxide alarm

Cancellation policy