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"Our extended family of 6 adults and 4 children just spent a week in the woods at Tusten Farms Manor House. Nearby relatives often joined us for dinner and we comfortably seated 12 around the big dining room table. The pool is just as beautiful as pictured, the tennis court is in perfect condition. Stan was always available to answer questions. Cell phone service is spotty but bear sightings are a definite possibility. The town of Narrowsburg is a 15-minute drive and has a grocery and a block of charming shops. At least one restaurant, Heron, is excellent. Our history buffs enjoyed a visit to Minisink, site of a Revolutionary War skirmish. The hiking paths were easy enough for our 3 year-old and wild enough to satisfy the older boys. There is a great farmers market in Barryville, another in Callicoon.
The house was clean, well furnished and maintained. It is the last house down a gravel road--luxuriously remote."
Guest: SuzanneDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 8, 2015
"We had an awesome whole week in this house.
It was my dream to stay in place like this, away from NY. Beautiful, calm, refreshing.
River is amazing and still, we made couple of rides by catamaran with our 20 month daughter and she really liked it.
It’s a great place for the families to relax. Our children were out whole days long, just playing on the personal playground, walking and running on the grass, playing with animals. We met dog, cats, and horses there. We saw many deers, chipmunk, squirrels. There is amazing nature!!! Sweet little town in walking time from there with farmer’s market on Sunday, where we bought yummy ice-cream and cookies.
And I should say special world about owners… They are great persons. It was perfect to have them close, to have a little chat about small things, about their place and life in general, very authentic.
We already talked about coming back in Fall, and I hope we will!"
Guest: IrynaDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 2, 2015
"We we looking for a home to celebrate a family birthday, and asked Christine to accommodate us at the house for just one day. She was great about our last minute request! We had a wonderful time there. The house has everything for a pleasant and relaxing stay, a well-equipped kitchen, and beautiful design inside and outside. We enjoyed the master suite with a large Budda painting, and lots of natural light in every room. We will absolutely be back for much longer. thank you!"
Guest: AHDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 26, 2015
Unbelievably big house with something for everyone.
"We just returned from a weekend at the "mansion." We were a group of 27 family members three generations (15 grandkids ages 5-25). Everyone had a great time. The game room was wonderful and we actually ended up dancing under the disco ball on the dance floor. The indoor pool was a huge plus, and all the kids had a blast.
The reasons I'm not giving it 5 stars are: there's no central air, and only 4 of the 16 bedrooms have air conditioning; none of the bathrooms upstairs had any towel racks or hooks to hang your towels on; The oversized deck only had one table to seat 6 (and it was rusty) and the deck chairs are those old chalky white plastic ones; there is absolutely no artwork (or photos) of any kind on any wall in the house and the bedrooms didn't have any nightstands or lamps. It really shouldn't be described as a mansion because it isn't. It's just a GIGANTIC house."
Guest: Charlotte P.Date of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: September 7, 2014