For $160.60 per night this cabin was way overpriced, mainly because it was poorly maintained and not clean. We have stayed at much nicer places for much less money in the Catskills. The floors were evidently not swept - one step barefoot and your feet would've been full of sand. It was obvious (I'll spare the details) that the toilet was used before we arrived and it was not cleaned. There was dust everywhere. There was sand on the futons which were also disgustingly stained. When we pointed it out to the person who manages the place there was absolutely no response. There were cobwebs everywhere. The bed was uncomfortable. There were extra pillows but no pillowcases for them. One of the bedrooms has a kind of closet space with exposed fiberglass insulation on its walls. That's where the water heater is located, which can get noisy.
The cabins are located very close to the road so there is traffic noise, especially during the day. There is also some noise from the inn/restaurant/bar across the street, especially at night given that it's open until late.
They advertise access to Lake Pleasant, but the "beach" that the cabins have access to is unpleasant.
If I had to look for any positives about this place, I would say that the kitchen was fairly well equipped and there was a sufficient number of clean bathroom towels available.
It's a shame because the cabins themselves are nicely built. For the price the owner charges the least he can do is keep them clean.
No unique qualities.
The friendly helpful staff running the campground are there to make your camping experience a pleasant one. The showers are a bit on the luke warm to cold side. There is plenty of wild life to see in the area black bear, squirrels, chipmunk, white tail deer and the odd moose here and there. The lake is glacier made at a depth of sixty feet at it's greatest surrounded by hard and soft wood forests. You can chose from campsites right at the lake shore or in the forest. It's possible to have six people to a site with two cars. I found it a great place to stay.
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