eat in kitchenLiving room view from the upstairs bedroom

Departamento o casa entera

8 huéspedes

4 dormitorios

5 camas
Indica el número de adultos.
Indica el número de niños.
De 2 a 12
Indica el número de bebés.
Menos de 2
Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 8. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se hará ningún cargo por ahora

Located in a quiet peaceful setting, and a short path down to a large deck with hammock overlooking lake our contemporary house, lovingly built by owner, has a well equiped kitchen, a 10 person hot tub, and bicycles. Down at the waterfront, we have a dock with canoes and kayaks.

El lugar

A canoe, kyack and rowboat is included
Bicycles are also included
A gas barb-b-que is included

Nationwide phone service is included
Wifi is also included

Quiet neighborhood
15 miles to Saratoga springs
20 miles to Manchester, Vt

Disponible para huéspedes

A canoe, kyack and rowboat is included
Bicycles are also included
A gas barb-b-que is included

Atención a los huéspedes

Nationwide phone service is included
Wifi is also included

Viajes de negocios
   Este espacio dispone de los servicios básicos para viajes de negocios. 

El lugar
Baños: 2.5
Dormitorios: 4
Camas: 5
Llegada: De 15:00 a 19:00
Salida: 10:00
Tipo de habitación: Departamento o casa entera


Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Tarifa de limpieza 200
Depósito de seguridad: 400
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Más información

Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 cama de matrimonio XXL, 1 cama individual
Dormitorio 2
1 cama de matrimonio XXL
Dormitorio 3
1 cama de matrimonio grande
Zonas comunes
2 camas individuales

Reglas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
Horario de llegada: de las 15:00 a las 19:00.

Notes from the phone call:
Larry will be at the house this Wednesday to clean it and prep it for us
All beds will be made with clean fresh sheets as well as towels
He will fill the hot tub up with fresh water for us and will have it on

Things to know about disposal:
There are three ways to dispose at the house: recycling, compost, and garbage.
Glass, cans, and plastic containers must all be recycled and they must be rinsed out before putting them in the recycling, there are liners in the garage for any recyclables
Paper recyclables will go in a different bin from the glass cans and plastics containers
If we use aluminum foil we can recycle it as well: it must be rinsed to get off any excess grease or food and then crumpled into a ball then it can be mixed with the glasses cans and plastic
Any food waste (bones, veggies, any leftover food not eaten) must be disposed in the red plastic compost bin
If we have any grease from cooking, we must let it cool down first and then scrape it off into the compost. Do not put the grease down the drain!!! It is acceptable if a little grease or little scraps of food go down the drain, but we should aim to avoid this as much as possible and get as much into compost.
To dump out the compost in the bin, take it downstairs and out the patio doors where the hot tub is, walk straight back to where the hill starts and that is where you will dump the compost.
Paper towels (use rags over paper towels if you can!!), napkins, tissue, toilet paper are all provided and when used these will be put in the regular garbage. Anything not recyclable or compost will go into the garbage.
There is a bin underneath the sink for garbage. If it fills up, tie it up and put it in the garbage can outside the garage door to the left. MAKE SURE LID IS ON TIGHT SO THAT THE RACCOONS DON’T COME.

Things to know about the kitchen:
Kitchen is completely equipped with dishes, cups, utensils, cooking supplies, etc.
There’s a dishwasher, dishwasher soap, and dish soap to clean with.
When we leave Sunday morning, we can put dishes in the dishwasher and leave it running
Pantry is filled with different foods and cooking needs that we can use. However, there are no perishables such as meat milk bread, etc., so that we would have to bring on our own.

Things to know about communication and getting in the house:
Cell phone service is not that great but there is high speed internet. It’s an open signal with no password so we can just go right on.
Contact info:
• Larry Home: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (call this # Sat/Sun)
• Larry Cell: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) (call this # on Friday)
• Argyle House: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ***make sure your emergency contact knows this number in case they can’t reach you via cell and they need to get in contact with you***
When we get there, I will call Larry to let him know we are there since he will be unable to greet us at the house.
The key is under the front door mat (use it to unlock the knob, not the deadbolt)
There’s a door between the garage and the house when you first go in. This door must remain unlocked.

Things to know about heating, windows, and locks:
When we get to the house, the dining room thermostat will be on 62 degrees. We can turn it to 68 degrees.
Each room has a thermostat but the bedrooms upstairs should already at a comfortable temperature so we might not have to turn them on.
There are 9 patio doors: there is a piece of wood that keeps it locked; make sure they are in the track when closed so they are locked
• We must call when we are leaving

Things to know about electricity:
There are four switches in the bathroom: main light, night light, fan, and heat.
If all lights and fans are on all at once in the bathrooms, a fuse will blow because these run on the same electrical circuit. We must make sure that not all lights, fans, heat are on in the bathroom at once.
As mentioned before, Larry will have hot tub filled and on for our use. We must make sure that when we leave, we go downstairs to the laundry room to the electrical panel and turn off the switch labeled “hot tub.”

Things to know about driving:
We should make sure our cars have 4 wheel drive in case there is snow.
If a car has 2WD, do NOT pull down into the driveway because you will not be able to get out if there’s snow. Park the car at the top of the hill by the neighbor’s house (it is okay to park by the neighbor’s house because they will be away and point the car in the direction downhill toward White Road which will make it easier to get out.

Things to know about linens:
There are extra towels and blankets in the linen closet upstairs.
Larry will also leave some towels by the hot tub for us.
If we use a lot of towels, we can use the washer/dryer downstairs to clean them.
We do not have to strip the sheets or wash them on Sunday morning; he will take care of it.
Any dish rags we use, we can either leave by the laundry or kitchen.

Things to know about the fireplace:
There is wood by the front door for the fireplace.
We can use the fireplace in the living room or the outside camp fire ONLY but not the one downstairs by the hot tub.
Living room fireplace:
• The fireplace in the living room is 2-sided fireplace meaning it can be seen from both the living room and library; however, it cannot be opened on the library side.
• If we use this fireplace, the library doors MUST BE CLOSED. If the library doors are not closed while we use it and someone opens the front door, there will be a draft that will push smoke into the living room which we want to avoid. So whenever the fireplace in the living room is on, we will keep the library doors closed.
• For the living room fireplace, we only need one or two pieces of wood. There is also fire starter and matches
• If we have a fire going in the living room, the glass doors of the fireplace on the living room side must be open (the glass doors on the library side stay locked) and the wire mesh screen stays closed on both sides to prevent sparks from flying out at us.
Starting a fire outside:
• Use a couple more pieces of wood, three or four should be sufficient.
• It’s safer to do a fire outside if there’s no snow

Things to know about recreation:
No cable but there’s Netflix and amazon.
There’s games in the front hall closet such as monopoly and scrabble.
There’s also other games downstairs as well as a ping pong table, football, Frisbee, etc. There’s bikes downstairs if there’s no snow and we want to ride around the lake (if the tires need air there is an air compressor to use). We can also ride down to the end of the lake where there is a country store that sells baked goods in the morning.
If there’s snow, there will be sleds and we can go sledding J
Since it is too cold, we shouldn’t take the boats out on the lake as it wouldn’t be as safe. We can go down to the dock which is in front of the neighbor’s house. The dock has a roof over the hammock and there’s chairs.

If anyone has questions about anything or is unsure about what to do, let me know so I can reach out to Larry!



Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del costo del resto de las noches.

Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Detector de monóxido de carbono
Extintor de incendios

Estancia mínima de 2 noches.
Durante el período del 01 de Julio de 2017 - 02 de Septiembre de 2017 la estancia mínima es de 2 noches.

Cornwall, Connecticut, Estados UnidosSe registró en Agosto 2014
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