Lydia, Love & Lore



After years as the sole resident, caretaker and guardian of Lydia mountain, Veronica realized that it was her time to retire. Forever attached to its history and with great love for her grandfather, she finally sold her mountain. This would be the last connection to the one person who loved her more than anything. However, it just so happens that she was turning this piece of her heart over to an abundantly generous, kind and most importantly, intelligent man who would make sure she and her mountain would always be cared for.

In addition, Bruce had infinite ideas and vision for the land and life of Lydia Mountain - a place that gave him serenity, a place that he had grown to love. This was the beginning of Lydia Mountain Lodge and Log Cabins. From the very first cabin that went up, everyone’s desire to be a part of this adventure was apparent, and Bruce chose to include both family and friends in the day-to-day operations. Realizing that the heart of the mountain needed a voice, face and character to bring all the moving parts together, Bruce brought in the perfect balance of TLC and no nonsense management with the hiring of Tina Deane. From ground keeping to book keeping, to managing the mountain and everything inbetween, the essence of this mountain is both detail rich, and heart-led.

Lydia has the organic feeling that one searches for when considering a vacation at a small town mountain retreat. With the perfect combination of detail, personal touch, professionalism and the help of his family, Bruce has been able to accomplish what corporations need large teams of people to do.

Our Very Warmest Regards,

Tina, Bruce… and all of us at Lydia Cabins

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