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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
"This was our second year at the "The Dugout" which again provided a perfect Pocono experience for my family. The lake was beautiful and the fishing was incredible - we caught six species of fish right off the dock: large mouth bass (up to 5 pounds!), pickerel, perch, crappie, bluegill, sunfish. We watched the two juvenile and two adult Bald Eagles hunt all week long.
The house was very clean and well appointed with quick WiFi. The Aqua Jump was a big hit for all, including the adults. The kayak's, rowboats, hot tub, foosball and ping-pong tables ensured that there was always something to do.
Great house, great location, great owner with fast response time - highly recommend."
Guest: Jeffrey L.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 12, 2015
"Our family of 8 adults and 9 children (ages 11-9 months) were very comfortable in this lovely house in the woods. The children had a great time playing on the rocks in the yard. The children loved seeing the deer in the yard and named all of them. We enjoyed both the pool and the lake. Nearby Fort Delaware was a great place to visit. We also had some great hikes at the Minisink Battlefield, the towpath and bridge area, and the Zane Grey property in Lackawaxen. Lots of good hiking nearby. Our only complaint is that the people at the office where we got our passes were not very friendly or welcoming."
Guest: Farmers from Upstate NYDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 20, 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
"Tracey's "Three Bridges" property was exactly the weekend getaway that I needed. The beautiful cottage on the property provides the combination or rustic charm and modern amenities a city person needs to feel relaxed and comfortable. I loves being nestled between three fast flowing as freaks.. Open your window and all you hear is the flowing water and rustling trees. Perfection.
Our only neighbors in sight were a few deer that wandered by each morning as the sun came up. Nature is the game out here, don't expect tons of shopping in the immediate area. However great little shops and a fantastic farm to table restaurant are within a scenic 20 min drive in any direction. Try "The Heron" in Narrowsburg, NY..... Delish.
Tracey was very helpful and responsive, the whole stay was very easy. Bringing my own sheets and towels to the property was a first for me, but Tracey was very clear about this and it turned out to be no bit deal... Actually it was a nice comfort from home. Overall great stay at "Three Bridges""
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 5, 2015