Homestead Cabin

At the turn of the century Tim Murphy bought our house and the local sawmill, and started the T.C. Murphy Lumber Co., still in operation today. His daughter, Anna, ended up with the family estate and ran it as a boarding house in the 1920s. She called it Homestead On The Hill and advertised “pleasant rooms and excellent food, trout fishing and good hunting.” The décor features a stone fireplace,  antique furniture and local Adirondack photos making this cabin cozy and private. Tubing hill right outside your door for some winter fun!

Rate: $225/night - minimum of 2 night stay

(maximum 4 person occupancy)

holiday weekend minimum of 3 night say

Barkshed Cabin

Before winter set in, the hemlock bark so vital to the tanning process, had to be stock piled and stored in a building called, you guessed it, the Bark Shed. That is where this cabin got its name. Located past the barn, the Bark Shed is bordered by Adirondack wilderness and often visited by white tail deer, turkeys and other small wildlife. The décor of the Bark Shed is a reflection of that wilderness featuring a stone fireplace, antique furniture and local Adirondack photos. Many short trails are right outside your door.

Rate: $225/night - 
minimum of 2 night stay

(maximum 4 person occupancy)

holiday weekend minimum of 3 night stay

The Cabins at Dillon Hill are a home away from home and are perfect for 1-2 couples, a family or a small group. You can book both cabins for groups larger than 4. With your privacy in mind, the cabins are set on opposite ends of the property. They each have two bedrooms with two private bathrooms with a center common room which includes a living area with large stone fireplace, dining area and fully stocked kitchen. Each cabin has High Speed Wifi, an automatic Generac Generator in case of power outages and parking is right outside your door.  Firewood, bedding, towels, hair dryer, as well as basic kitchen and bathroom wares are provided. Each cabin has a big front porch, a large outdoor fire-pit, picnic table, charcoal BBQ grill and corn hole boards. In addition, there is a small shop located in the barn for guests only where you will find fresh baked goods, handmade woodwork, groceries, ice cream, snacks, souvenirs, gifts and plenty of board games for use during your stay. Cabins are perfectly located close to all yet private enough to relax. 

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Our goal is to make your stay as comfortable and carefree as possible. Reserve a cabin today for a one of a kind experience that will be remembered forever. 

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The Cabins​ at Dillon Hill

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