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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
"I stayed 2 nights with my girlfriend and we both had a great time. Ballhooter lift is right outside (200 ft?) and a short few minute walk into the village. Martin was very fast to communicate via email any questions I had. Would not hesitate to stay here again and recommend to all my friends."
Guest: Jeff Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
"My boyfriend and I spent 2 unforgettable days and nights here. The air is fresh, the views are inspiring, and the sights and sounds will soothe you. We needed a weekend getaway from the city to recharge, and boy did this ever fit the ticket. If fact it exceeded our expectations. Hosts Barb and Dan couldn't be nicer or more considerate, and the property reflects their attention to detail.
We took a few hours each day for active fun - mountain biking at Timberline, hiking in Dolly Sods - and a few hours each morning lazing on the porch reading and gazing out across the vista. Every day was culminated in the hot tub to watch the sun set and the stars come out.
Come here and remind yourself how to slow down and appreciate the little things in life. It'll work like a charm! We will be back."
Guest: Michaeleen T.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 3, 2015
"This "For Sale" rental is 20+ years old, despite the image taken when it was first built. The fireplace doesn't work, and the owner said he won't invest money in a house for sale.
There is no hot tub, which is crucial for performance snow sports. There is one small bathtub in the house + 3 little showered bathrooms.
Most everything in the Kitchen is broken or falling apart. We couldn't cook unless we microwaved. The grocery store is 45 minutes away. It's a 30 minute drive [add $15 to parking at Silver Creek.]
This house is TOO FAR from the slopes, despite marketing.
The owner does not provide a lan line phone or working wi-fi password, so communications with the outside world was impossible because you can't get cell service anywhere. This would've been good to know ahead of time.
My nephew & family left very frustrated 100% because of the owner's lack of communications; we couldn't call make reservations, get the status of tubing, etc. When you're 30 minutes one way from it all, you NEED a working phone. And there's nothing but a gas station & real estate companies at the base of Snowshoe mountain.
All restaurants, food, etc. are at the top of Snowshoe - 30 minutes away. You need to take all backup gear, etc. with you; you're too far away to go back for anything you forgot due to the long drive. You're definitely away from the hustle and bustle...
There is a wonderful laundry room at the entrance for you to take off your wet gear & place it directly in the dryer, but there are no racks to safely set your ski's or snowboards. The owner wants you to leave those outside apparently, but this wasn't communicated anywhere.
There is NO communication from the owner. He never provided the wi-fi password despite my requests for it upfront. He was on vacation and unreachable during our stay. When he finally answered my email messages, he responded "Call me with any questions". Are you kidding me? And how does one make that phone call? He doesn't provide a LAN line. There is NO cell service there. So how precisely does one call the owner with questions? It's unprofessional to not answer phone calls or email messages."
Guest: D. SpencerDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 23, 2015