The Mohicans is a family-owned and run business that believes in protecting and respecting the environment, supporting sustainability values and integrating those values into activities as business owners. Sustainable design concepts were incorporated in the new properties (all excluding the Mohican 15 Guest Cabin) including passive solar, radiant heat, on-demand hot water, reused and repurposed materials (windows, doors, barn beams, siding, and cabinets), local materials (wood milled on-site) and labor (most laborers lived no more than 8 miles away), and recyclable materials (long-lasting metal roofs and wooden structures). The "Leave No Trace" land ethic is part of the business plan. The Mohicans also supports local and sustainable food sources and economies when making purchases and is currently working to incorporate a recycling program (a little tricky when the township does not recycle!) Awareness and education about environmental degradation and sustainable growth are goals of the owners reflected in the decision to not use toxic cleaning supplies and harmful detergents for linens including bleach and industrial solvents (that's why our towels are not brilliant white but equally sanitized!) and use of environmentally friendly dish soap, toiletries and paper products (or absence of wasteful paper products like paper towels), and compact fluorescent bulbs. Moonlight Treehouse: This treehouse interior was constructed using the 100-year-old barn siding from one of its Amish designers from the town of Danville along with hand-hewn beams. A standing seam metal roof will allow guests to hear the patter of soft rain falling. An amazing gently rocking bridge carries guests over to the tree house platform. Romantic charm abounds with soft fabrics, pillows and warm down comforters to be wrapped in at night. A combination of new and old greets visitors in the kitchen which features an oversized stainless steel farmhouse sink, granite counters, and solid maple open design shelving. Only the best for guests who want a night of cooking in a tree house! A crystal chandelier and classic grays and whites carry the romance to the bath area. A tiny 9-inch sink fits the space perfectly. This tree house boasts a kitchen with a small eating area, living room, bathroom, first-floor bedroom (1 queen bed), upstairs loft (queen bed), and outdoor shower.