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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"The lake house was outstanding. Our day to day busyness and stress washed away within moments of getting to the house and seeing the amenities available and finding that the Owners had thought of everything and kept the place pristine.
All the needs we could think of were there and available, the access to the lake was great, the surrounding area was a nature lovers dream, and the peace and quiet was just what the doctor ordered.
Thanks to John and Rita, we will be looking forward to next year!"
Guest: Marc, Anne and the KidsDate of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: July 27, 2014
"My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights to attend a wedding at the Saybrook Point Inn, which was a quick 10 minute walk away. The owner was extremely responsive. The cottage is quaint, cutely decorated, and has everything you need for a great stay. There is a small deck which overlooks the large grassy lawn - a perfect space to soak up some sun. The yard is especially great for any four legged friends you bring along!"
Guest: Janna B.Date of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: September 27, 2014
"Our stay at the marsh studio was truly a wonderful experience . . . one of our best vacations ever! We arrived in the rain and were so captivated by the contemporary design, sculptures and various works of art that we soon forgot about the rain. Ilsa and Bob are wonderful hosts. A bottle of wine, orange juice and the makings for coffee were very much appreciated. Their dog, Tilda, (a lab/something?? mix) was a fine greeter . . . energetic and loving and an added bonus for us.
We decided to stay local this summer and were amazed at all there was to do in the Westbrook area. We saw a great concert at the Kate Theater in Old Saybrook and a few days later we went to the Goodspeed Opera House to see a wonderful musical. Both theaters are unique and conveniently located. The Chamard Winery in Clinton and lunch deckside overlooking the vineyards was great. We had a terrific waiter and the food was delicious.
There are so many restaurants to choose from . . . The Boom at Pilots Point Marina has the view of the boats and the sunset, Lenny and Joe's was a favorite for eat in and take out. We love lobster so the Lobster Landing in Clinton was a great choice for hot lobster rolls and butter. For times when we wanted to stay put . . . the kitchen at the studio and outside grilling made dining in fun.
West Beach was great for Barbara who LOVES the ocean and the fishing/crabbing and kayaking on the tidal river was Duncan's top of the list relaxing activities. Just sitting on the dock with a morning cup of coffee was so special.
There was more that we did and much more to do next time and there will be a next time. Simply put, being there was WONDERFUL!!"
Guest: Barbara and DuncanDate of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: July 17, 2014
"If you have ever wondered what it would be like to stay overnight at Old Sturbridge Village, then you will delight with the Little House. We reserved for four of us but only three stayed at the rental so we could each have our own bed. The crisp sheets and comfy bedding had us sleeping each night like it was 1820 and we had worked the farm all day. Our teen boy who is very high tech was unplugged and so well rested by the time we left. A bonus for all. Fridge well stocked although we had family events each day and did not have use for the kitchen. Wonderful brisk hike in the woods with family was a highlight. Hope for snow next time around."
Guest: byrneDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 7, 2015