Windham Log Cabin


June 9th, 2009

Thank you for your interest in the Windham Log Cabin.

For reservations please contact me at either: or 201-707-7024

Reservations are confirmed when I receive a $500 rental deposit through Paypal which allows you to use your credit card to make a reservation.

For current availability please click the following link:

If you would like to confirm your reservation please use the following link to send a $500 rental deposit:  Click to Pay

My e-mail for paypal is:

Click to download the: RENTAL CONTRACT

Note: Your reservation will be booked as soon as I receive the $500 rental deposit through paypal.  The final contract should be signed and sent at least 1 week before the rental date.


Lastly please take some time to read the WINDHAM LOG CABIN HANDBOOK. The handbook offers additional information that will help you enjoy your stay.   If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call or e-mail me.


Weekly: $1500

Fri-Sun $325/nt

Mon-Thur: $250/nt

Plus: $100 cleaning fee.

Seasonal / or Monthly rentals are also available upon request at flexible rates.

To view the photos of the Windham Log Cabin click these links:

View Photos and Video

Aerial Photo


Fun Activities to do when visiting:

1. Skiing / snowshoeing / cross country skiing  2. Golf   3. Hiking  4. Fishing  5. Mountain Biking  5.5 Stargazing  6. Tennis (best tennis courts are at the Windham High School)  7. Swimming   7.5 Ice Skating 8. Horseback Riding  9. Tubing down the river / canoing / kyacking  10. Skeet / Trap  11. Paintball  12. Camping  13. Snowmobiling  14. Ice fishing  15. Local Arts: Music, Antiquing, Theater, Musuems, Art Galleries  16. Car Shows / Racing  17. Reading a good book  18. Rock / Mountain Climbing

Links to find everything to do around Windham: – Everything to do near the Cabin – Windham Skiing – Hunter Skiing

Windham on youTube:

Mountain Biking 1

Skiing 1

Catskill History:

Comedy in the Catsklls

Bartram’s short written account of the adventure, “A Journey to Ye Cat Skill Mountains with Billy,” was widely read and appreciated both in America and abroad.