Are you sick of people? Are you tired of traffic and crowds and annoying neighbors? Do you dream of getting out of town and driving into the woods, where you can finally enjoy some peace, quiet, and nature? You're not alone, friend. I'm right there with you. The idea of solitude and serenity sounds more and more appealing each day, which is why there are so many cabin rentals in wooded regions all over the country. Whether you want to escape to the woods during the winter to enjoy a bit of snow and the magical winter wonderland scenery or you want to head to the woods in the summer so you can go hiking and exploring during the day, there are so many options for you. Maybe you want to finish that novel that has been swimming around in your head for years. Maybe you just want some peace and quiet so you can finally decompress and de-stress. Or maybe you and your significant other want to plan a romantic getaway where you can really just be alone.
If any of this sounds appealing to you, you're going to get serious envy when you see the tiny cabin that has sparked the interest of nature lovers and bookworms everywhere...
Nestled in the woods of New York state, there sits the Hemmelig Room. It's 200 square meters of pure cozy, book-loving joy. How cool is this guesthouse? It's sleep and contemporary, but once you see how warm and cozy the inside is, you'd never want to leave.
It was built by the U.S. firm Studio Padron, and is made from oak. It even has a little furnace and bed to keep you warm on those winter nights. Doesn't this look like the perfect little hideaway in the woods? You could get so much reading, relaxing, and pondering life's big questions in this cute little box.
It's totally Belle's dream, and to be quite honest, mine too. When was the last time you sat down and read a book in peace and quiet? It's been a while, right? Well, you could change all that in a second if you visited this charming little guesthouse.
It truly doesn't even look like a real place — it looks like a postcard from a wintry wonderland. From the outside, you'd never know just how cute and cozy it is on the inside. Plus, the natural surroundings look truly breathtaking.
As much as I like to think I'd get tons of reading and writing done in that pretty little guesthouse, I know what I'd really be doing...sleeping. Hey, a girl's gotta catch up on her Zzzs at some point in her life, right?