Need a Technology Break? Get With Nature at This Stunning Massachusetts Pondhouse
New England is home to an unimaginable number of beautiful and unique Airbnb properties, but this one may just take the cake for the best place to stay during the fall months.
The Pondhouse is a glamping getaway set up in the boonies of Western Massachusetts. As one might assume from its name, the Pondhouse is a cabin set up next to a pond in Ashfield, where guests don't have access to WiFi or cell service.
Instead of spending vacation time stuck to a screen, Pondhouse guests will spend time out in nature. At this one-of-a-kind Airbnb, guests can chop their own kindling, light a bonfire, take a walk with the host's friendly dog, Charlie, and stargaze under the night sky. Plus, thanks to the cabin's screened-in, 360-degree views of the surrounding forest, you can experience the changing leaves and the tall grass, which is best in the fall, without even leaving your bed. Imagine taking in the rich yellows, burnt oranges and brilliant reds as the leaves change color – all from the coziest of spaces. It's truly every leaf peeper's dream come true!
Fall is right around the corner and if you're looking for that perfect place to spend a romantic night in nature with your boo or to treat yourself to a weekend reconnecting with you and only you, this might just be your spot. There is still some availability for the upcoming fall season, but it's limited. Check out the photos below and see if this could be your new go-to glamping location.
Leaf peepers: Have you checked out this interactive map to see when the fall foliage will hit peak on the SouthCoast and across New England?