Chris's Cabin was build more then 25 years ago.
Chris Czajkowski, "the wilderness dweller" (former owner and founder of Nuk Tessli) first build this cabin on her own while living in a tent for two straight summers. It's a traditional log cabin with lumber found in the forest around Nuk Tessli.
This is a very cozy and romantic cabin equipped with a wood stove, fresh running water, clean composting toilet, solar lights and USB outlet chargers.
The cabin sleeps up to 5 people with one queen bed and one twin bed on the first floor and two twin beds (can be put together) in the second floor.
If you look closely you might find the secret bench located not too far from the cabin, in front of the Monarch mountain massif.
Lake Front Cabin
The Lake Front Cabin was the second cabin built by Chris
Czajkowski and it's more than 20 years old (and recently
refurbished) The cabin is just a few meters from the lake and
has some great views of the mountains to the south.
This is our biggest cabin and it can fit easily a group/family of six with two double beds on the first floor and two twin beds (can be put together) in the second floor.
The second floor is only half the size of the first floor, giving the half of the cabin a very high ceiling and making it feel much bigger with plenty of bright light.
This cabin is also equipped with a wood stove, fresh running water, clean compost toilet, solar lights, USB outlet chargers and a shower.
Roberta's Cabin is our newest cabin. It's as big as Lake Front Cabin and located on the edge of the forest to the West giving some spectacular views from the cabin's deck.
The cabin is named after Sela's grandmother, Roberta, and was finished in 2016.
The cabin can easily fit a group/family of six with a double bed and three twin beds (can be put together) on the first floor and a double bed on the second floor.
The cabin is also equipped with a wood stove, fresh running water, clean compost toilet, solar lights and USB outlet chargers.
A water front deck is adjoining to Roberta's cabin and from from there one can sit on the "spirit bench" and enjoy a full view of the majestic Monach massif.