My husband and I stayed in the Hermit's Roost for one night. It was well-appointed with plenty of local charm. We had a light-weight but very warm down comforter, which was helpful, as the temperature dropped precipitously at night. The cute wood-burning stove heated up the cabin pretty well, although my husband had to get up in the middle of the night to restart the fire. Although we did not use the bathhouse, I must say it was outstanding! The woodwork and the fresh smell of cedar (or spruce?) left a lasting impression on me. Check it out just for the heck of it:-)
Judy and her husband made us feel very welcome. We swapped stories at breakfast table, while enjoying pancakes, turkey bacon, and an egg prepared by Richard.