Enjoy this amazing view!
How about a fall leaf get-a-way to Highlands. The air is crisp and cool up here in the mountains now—perfect for an escape from the city heat.
I found the most charming place for you to stay on while you are in the mountains. Nestled in the cool trees and surrounded by old stone walls, this cottage has it all. The location is ‘in’ town close to all the unique shops and restaurants—you could even walk!
Eat out or cook at home and enjoy the amazing views from every room in the house. Have a sneak peek on the blog today and then click on the Airbnb link or the owners link here to book your fall leaf get-a-way. Hurry—it won’t last long!
Stone stairs lead to the front door—you can’t see the house from the street!
This charming shutter hints of things to come.
This wonderful Dutch door welcomes you in.
Table for two, yes please.
This screened porch high in the trees might be my choice for morning coffee.
This is definitely the place for cocktails.
The front entry is a classic charmer.
I love an evening by the fire.
The kitchen has this huge window opening to the screened porch—enjoy the cool breezes.
I love these corn plates above the range.
What a wonderful view from the kitchen window.
The kids will love these sleeping bunks—just pack the i-Pads.
They even have their own bathroom—such a cute little sink.
The bar area is very ‘Mad Men.’
I love the rocket detail on the stairs—former owner was a rocket scientist.
The master bedroom has an old wood wall and architectural piece headboard.
This is the master bathroom.
This would be my bathtub!
Don’t forget this huge shower!
Even the stairs have charming details.
Downstairs features stone walls a a bar beverage center.
And yes, there is a washer and dryer hidden away.
The view from here is breath taking, too.
The first bedroom downstairs is very ‘Bond’ like … wait for it.
Wow … you can sit in bed and look through the shower to the mountain view.
All you need is James Bond.
Even the sink has a view through the mirror.
This room has another gorgeous view.
An old beam spans the whole room—notice the cut out for the bathroom door.
THIS is your view from the sink—WOW!
One more beautiful shower completes the tour.
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com. You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit and link the source.