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"This condo has the most fantastic location--variety of restaurants, stores, bike and walking paths, parks, museums----all within a few blocks in a safe area. If you want to explore more of Chicagoland, the CTA and Metra rail systems are close by. The condo itself is very well equipped, clean, comfortable, and modern with floor to ceiling windows. It has a very nice balcony with fabulous view of Soldier Field and Lake Michigan. King bed is superbly comfortable. Although you don't need a car, the reserved garage parking was a big plus for us since we were driving. The concierge staff downstairs is very helpful and friendly. Owners are very gracious and welcoming. We'll definitely stay here again."
Guest: Michael L.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 29, 2015
"We stayed at this cottage for a week and it was absolutely wonderful. It rained everyday but that did not matter. The dock area is awesome. With the kitchen and bathroom we did not have to go up to the house much at all. The covered boat slip with the lift was great for protecting the boat from the rain and from banging against the dock. The house was very clean and cozy. The owners were very nice. We are 5 ladies who love to fish and this was a great vacation getaway. We are already planning to go back next year."
Guest: Donna B.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 27, 2015
"The apartment was in a very nice neighborhood with lots of charm and warm family setting. The accommodations were very clean, modern, and comfortable. I and my family enjoyed our stay very much and do yours will too."
Guest: India B.Date of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: November 25, 2014
"Great relaxing getaway! We had 13: 4 couples, a single and 4 teen/ young adults. The only sleeping issue was we had one teenage girl who needed her own room and that was a challenge. We made it work. I would suggest bringing lawn games like croquet, ladders or the bag game. We had so much fun with those in the carport when it was pouring down rain. The boat and fishing were my personal favorite. A tackle box would have been nice. The fishing poles were not working so we took them apart and cleaned out the mud. We brought our own lures and left them for the next crowd. The fire pit was great. We walked everyday on the country roads and met the neighbors. They have a high regard for the owner and his family.
I would skip the trash compactor and just use a garbage can with a bag in the kitchen. The compactor was a constant battle for us. Probably just operator error. Come equipped with food and drink. There is no need to go anywhere and really no where to go anyway. Thats why we loved it here. It was so relaxing just hanging out.
Be sure to check out the amazing dining room table (we all sat there comfortably). We enjoyed the books, art and the grand piano. We also played pool and took turns laughing at each other in the massage chair.
The nearest major supply store is wal-mart which is 25 minutes away. So bring what you need, sit back and enjoy. Sadly, we could not get the telescope to work. Again it may be operator error on our part.
The chorus of frogs each night was a hoot. Its a beautiful setting and an interesting house. Enjoy!
BTW - the beds are very tall and my family is very short. On the first morning there were some loud thumps as people "fell" out of bed. The drop is further than you think. There is an elevator which we found very useful for my 85 year old mother. She loved it."
Guest: Sheryl D.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 28, 2015