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Recent Poconos reviews

  • Wonderful house, Fabulous time!

    "My 8 person group had an amazing time staying here. Owners were responsive, the house was very clean, and the view and lake access is AMAZING! We took the paddle boat out, grilled, and ate dinner outside. In addition to two picnic tables, there is a large outdoor table with enough cushioned seats to comfortably fit 8 people. There were also many benches that we could set up around the fire pit. I loved the open layout of the kitchen (with a butchers block), living room, and dining room. The master bedroom has an attached bathroom. The 2 other bedrooms (no access to the loft), each with a set of bunk beds, were small, but comfortable. Plus, we barely spent any time in the bedrooms, because being outside was so gorgeous! We had an amazing time and I can't wait to return!"
    Guest: Julie Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • Very Comfortable, Nice Family Ski Getaway!

    "We had a great stay with our three boys (2 teens and an 8-year-old) who all snowboard. The unit was huge, with plenty of room for us all to be together or spread out when we needed our space. The lower level was an extra bonus, with plenty of room for another family to stay. Well furnished, and fully stocked which made for a very comfortable stay. The unit was also close enough to walk to the slopes, which our boys loved the convenience of! (And my husband loved more because he didn't have to drive down the mountain every time someone wanted to hit the slopes or come in!) The owner was very helpful in answering all our questions and went out of her way to be accommodating. Would definitely stay at this unit again!"
    Guest: Ski/Snowboarding Family from Long Island, NY Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 5, 2014
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  • Great Mother's Day

    "We had an extended weekend for a family gathering---6 adults, 2 children and a dog. The house was perfect! We have stayed at this owner's lakefront properties before, but they were all booked so we tried out this house and were very happy. There is a large HDTV upstairs with plenty of DVDs, which kept the kids busy, and there is a second refrigerator and kitchen next to the pool table area, so we were able to keep all of our sodas and beer cold without cramming the regular refrigerator. We used the pool table and hot tub non-stop during our stay, too, and it really helped that the hot tub is covered overhead, because we had a rainy day but were able to stay in it anyway. The beds and furniture were in good condition, and the bathrooms were very obviously redone and were very nice and clean. The house in is an area that has a lot of local restaurants, most reasonably priced, but there is only one food store really close, and it is just a 7/11 type place, so you should bring your food or make a trip to the town nearby for any major food purchases--but we didn't find that to be much of a problem. There are a lot of deer, and you will see them every day, and they will come closer if you throw them any food. We got lots of great deer pictures, and our dog is even in one! We had a great time, the owner Michael was very easy to work with, and we will now not be so picky about being lakefront--this house was very roomy and well kept. Thanks, everyone said they loved it!"
    Guest: Stacey and Roy Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
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  • Better than expected!

    "We rented Jean's place just last week 8/9-16 and had a wonderful time. All the positive reviews were spot on, the pictures don't do the chalet justice, and we were blown away with our welcome basket! I chose Jean's chalet as I was bringing my parents and sister up from Texas for a week to spend with our 2 year old son as it's easier to bring them up than travel with our son. The chalet has one bedroom on the 1st floor, a master on the second, and two bedrooms (including bunk) on the third floor so it was perfect for our arrangement - everyone had their own floor and bathroom. The chalet was very clean, even by my mom's standards, and the hot tub water was changed before we arrived. Arrowhead Lake's amenities were very nice and exceeded our expectations. Despite it being a very cool summer (didn't get above 72 during our stay) the pools were a comfortable temperature as they all have a solar heating system. The community also had various evening events during the summer though we only went to bingo, which was a riot. This was the first time I've ever played 'real' bingo and we had a blast with the older folks that were at our table. I have absolutely no negative comments about the chalet or the community and hope to own a place of my own there in the next few years. Until then, I'll be renting Jean's place!"
    Guest: Gabe Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014
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Dingmans Ferry Travel Tips

Enjoy Dingmans Ferry Cabins

With Dingmans Ferry cabins, you can enjoy home-like comfort and stay in touch with nature, too. Set in the scenic locale of the Pocono mountains, Dingmans Ferry is an ideal natural getaway, especially for people looking for an escape from hectic city life. Dingmans Ferry house rentals are a fun and economical housing option for short as well and long stays.

Explore Local History from Dingmans Ferry Cabins

Dingmans Ferry has a rich history waiting to be explored. The land was originally inhabited by the peaceful Leni-Lenape tribe of Indians and was located at what is now the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area. The town had to move to make way for the Tocks Island Dam Project in 1976. There are still remnants of the old town close to Dingmans Ferry house rentals. There were also several important Indian archeological finds which can now be found at various museums in New York! There are also several monuments of the Colonial era, a time which is reflected in the town's architecture. Stay at one of the Dingmans Ferry cabins with family and friends and get to know the town's history better.

Natural Fun at Dingmans Ferry Cabins

Dingmans Ferry house rentals are located in the heart of wilderness and give visitors plenty of ways to have fun with nature. Hiking, canoeing, bird watching, studying animals, and camping are great ways to spend time with family and friends. There are several waterfalls in Dingmans Ferry, like the Silverthread Falls, Fulmer Falls, Deep Leap Falls, and Dingmans Falls, that are not only picturesque but are great camping and picnic sites. Mountain biking through the mountain wilderness is great for adventurous tourists. The Dingmans Ferry Bridge is one of the few privately owned bridges remaining in America and is a must-see! The rustic cabins at Dingmans Ferry give visitors an economical yet luxurious stay option.

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