Mileses, New York
Travel time: 2.5 hours.
Size: Sleeps 2.
Dates: June, and most of July and August.
Price: $250 a night (two-night minimum).
You’ll feel like you’re in a vintage L.L.Bean catalogue (or the Freemans dressing room) in this well-appointed one-room cabin. There’s no Wi-Fi and spotty cell-phone reception, but the house is kitted out with Hudson Bay blankets, a decadent Japanese soaking tub, and a framed copy of the Sportsman’s Code. It’s rugged and romantic—two couples have gotten engaged there in the past year. Photographer Matt Hranek had the place built on 130 acres of trails, ponds, and meadows with a classic hunting cabin in mind. The house comes with a Weber grill but no kitchen, so you’ll want to keep groceries to a minimum—there’s an old Coleman cooler for perishables and a French press—or head to nearby Callicoon, where you’ll find Peppino’s Family Pizzeria (27 Main St.; 866-955-9510) and Callicoon Wine Merchant (25 Lower Main St.; 845-887-3016).