The next time you find yourselves roaming the not-so-wide open plains of Brooklyn looking for shelter, consider hitching your trusty steed outside Urban Cowboy Bed and Breakfast in Williamsburg. You’ll find more than a rolled up blanket and a camp-fire to keep you warm and safe from mountain lions here, but there is still plenty of the wild spirit about the place – a converted townhouse which aims to blend industrial Williamsburg style with the essence of the Adirondacks and the trailblazing pioneer spirit.
The detached property has four bedrooms and a wooden backyard cabin with a hot-tub. Access to the back can be gained through one of the two operable garage doors at either end of the communal parlour. Inside the rooms are all sorts of rustic, vintage touches you’ll recognise from western cinema, such as pot-bellied stoves and free-standing baths, although the plumbing is thankfully bang up to date. In terms of materials and furnishings, exposed brick and wooden joists are complimented by white pine floors, and woven textiles and luggage case tables add to the sense of adventure.