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Recent Illinois property reviews

  • happy travelers from california

    "We had a great stay at this condo this past month (8/11) on our trip to Chicago. The location is great- you can walk to literally everything. I loved that whole foods was right down the block. The pool, workout, and lounge/BBQ area were such a plus. We cannot say enough good things about our stay. The laundry and kitchen were also great to have with a family. We would definitely stay again our our next trip to chicago! thanks for making our vacation so relaxing and beautiful!"
    Guest: Jennifer Date of Stay: August 2011 Review Submitted: August 26, 2011
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  • Lovely property for a big group, convenient to state parks

    "When four families converged on this house from all over the country, we were delighted to find a bright, clean, lovely home in a cute family resort that was convenient to local attractions. The 55th anniversary couple took the lovely master suite on the third floor, and the rest of us spread out in the large bunk room, the double double bedroom with the hot tub, and sleeper couches. Even with our large group there was no waiting on bathrooms, with four spotless well-appointed ones available. It's an end unit of a group of four townhouses that is very quiet and private feeling. The back deck overlooks a lawn and pond, and is a lovely place to sit and have morning coffee. Speaking of coffee, the kitchen is well equipped, from a good quality coffee maker to plenty of stemware and everything in between. We really didn't need to bring anything but food. We enjoyed hopping the little "train" that circles the resort property just for kicks. We also enjoyed (after some wails from the teens) not having wifi in the house. There's good wifi in the lodge, if anyone needs it. The TVs get local channels, and we could have watched DVDs, but quite honestly, when we were in the house it was just like olden times -- board games for hours (there are some in the house, if you don't bring your own). Highly recommend walking the trails at Mathison and Starved Rock State Parks and doing a canoe trip (we used C&M rentals and they were terrific). We were already talking about coming back as were loading the cars to leave. The owner is lovely, communicates well, and deals with issues swiftly. Can't ask for better. Thanks, Diane!"
    Guest: Kim from MA Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
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  • Wedding Weekend

    "We rented this property for our wedding weekend and it was AMAZING. Both houses were emaculate - with beautiful decor. Plenty of space for all of our family - loved the oversized kitchen table for everyone. Lots of screened in areas to enjoy the outside without bugs. It was a very secluded private area with a stunning view. Loved relaxing in the hot tub too. Thank you for an amazing stay - we will definitely return."
    Guest: Happy bride Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: October 2, 2013
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  • Location! Location! Location!

    "In addition to the comforts of home, a good vacation residence, like real estate, requires three things: location, location, location! This cottage has it all: A beautiful, quiet and safe neighbourhood; easy access to mass transit; lots of restaurants and shopping nearby. The parking permits that allowed us to park on the street were very much appreciated. With mass transit conveniently located nearby, we each purchased a 7-day Ventra pass, got on and off the “L” and buses at will, not worrying if we missed a stop or over shot our destination. We recommend doing the Hop On/Hop Off bus to get your bearings in the downtown area. The Shedd Aquarium was great, but go early as the line ups are quite long later in the day. At the Lincoln Park Zoo, watching the baby lemur and baby gibbon at the primate exhibit and the young gorillas at the African exhibit provided lots of entertainment. The Field Museum was interesting, but requires a large time committment to see it all. Uncle Julio’s provided a very good Mexican meal for our first night here (a 5-10 minute walk west on W. North Ave.). Marcello's Father and Son Bakery had great Chocolate Chip Macadamia nut cookies and very good coffee. If you have not tried Potbelly for sandwiches, the location on North Clybourn was excellent and the staff very friendly. Other great places to dine at are: Osteria Via Stato, Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria and Chicago Pizza & Oven Grinder Co. In addition to full bellies, we take home with us, wonderful memories of our time in Chicago!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 19, 2014
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