Brushland was founded on the idea that the house that provides the food should be as comforting as the dishes served inside of it. The restaurant feeds hungry locals and welcomes weary travelers. Feeling far removed from the excess of city life, Brushland embodies the simple life, with a romantic view from the porch into the past. Spacious yet cozy, the apartment has welcomed writers, lovebirds, nearby neighbors, and wedding guests alike. Lofted ceilings sport rustic wooden beams and let all of that mountain breeze in through big wooden windows. A generously-sized kitchen boasts butcher block countertops and ample cabinet space, but don’t worry if your knife skills are a little rusty. Simply give a whistle and they’ll save you a seat down the stairs in the lounge area. Furthermore, regardless of whether you've come alone on holiday or travel in a pack, two huge, thoughtfully appointed bedrooms and a bath and a half provide comfortable sleeping and bathing quarters. Design books, classic novels, board games, and a radio stock the shelves for lazy afternoon or post-hike relaxing.