5 bedrooms, 3 baths, views galore! Plus 3 bedroom guest house available May-Nov.
Tammany Haynes, family representative for Lachland Partnership
About Tammany Haynes, family representative for Lachland Partnership
Lachland Partnership consists of the children and grandchildren of Lachlan Pitcairn. The home and property is known as Lachland. Lachlan Pitcairn purchased the property to be on Tonche Mountain, where his parents had built a mountain top estate. The family enjoyed summers on Tonche and formed many priceless memories here. We hope you will too.
Tammany Haynes, family representative for Lachland Partnership purchased this House in 1949
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Gorgeous location for family birthday
I looked at a lot of homes that could accommodate our group in Woodstock and after staying at Tammany’s family’s unique home I couldn’t have wished for a better spot. The views over the reservoir kept us out on the patio/decks most of the time. We could even watch multiple fireworks being shot off around the area from our perch! There has definitely been much happiness at this home as the vibe is really great. We baked, created, sang, and reconnected at this house. Tammany was an exceptional host going above and beyond to respond to any of our needs. We would highly recommend this home.
Amazing Estate for a Family R&R
Smooth booking to check in. Awesome location and views. Tammanay was very responsive and helpful. Figured out a way for us to check in the same day even though VRBO does not permit same day booking which is strange. Everything in the property was taken care of. Family loved it including the fire pit. Sunrises was beautiful, birds chirping, deer grazing and we even had a big baby bear touring the property. Garage could use some cleaning. Rest of the home was perfect for us. Great library of books. Learned Tree Identification and History of Trap, Skeet. Wish we could stay longer. Next time.
Will definitely visit again!
Very special house in a magnificent setting.
Great stay. Will try to stay there again soon.
A well-maintained property in a wonderful picturesque location
We spent a couple of days on this property. A breathtaking, scenic location; very quiet. Spacious house with enough rooms for a large gathering. Well stocked kitchen, with plenty of pots, pans, plates, glasses and utensils. Very clean house, incl. restrooms. Multi-zone temp controls worked very well during winter time. Very quick and responsive caretaker, prompt replies to our questions. Plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities; the view from the house is just spectacular. Would stay there again.
Great for large groups!
If you're looking for a place to host a large family gathering, look no further. We hosted our large extended family for Thanksgiving. Twelve of us stayed at the house, and we cooked and served Thanksgiving dinner for 23 people.
Here's what you should know:
-Very clean..spotless kitchen and baths!
-Kitchen: Cool and vintage. They have everything! Really.
-Great appliances. Two coffee makers! Extra fridge in the garage.
-Plenty of hot water. Pressure is good. And you can drink the tap water (tastes great).
-The dining room really seats 17, and there are enough dishes and utensils to serve 25 people.
-The beds are very comfortable. The one king is quite elevated. I needed a little stool to climb up.
- The "master bath" is accessible through the dressing room/hallway (as opposed to the bedroom), so it's easy to share it with others (which was very convenient for us).
-There were more than enough linens and towels.
-The directions to the house are perfect. All of our guests found the house without difficulty.
-The house was warm/comfortable. We had the coldest Thanksgiving since 1901 (single digits) and were toasty warm inside. Also, the gas fireplace gave us some additional heat.
-The piano in the living room is in very good condition and sounds like it has been tuned recently.
-Livingroom furniture is super comfortable, and the room accommodates over a dozen people.
-Satellite TV was good...we were able to watch all of the football games. Good selection of channels, too.
-No Wi-Fi, but decent cell signal (at least for those of us on Verizon Wireless).
-Plenty of parking.
-We didn't have children with us, but there are tons of toys and games.
Pictures cannot convey the true beauty of Lachland and its surroundings. We viewed beautiful sunrises each day and a full beaver moon on Thanksgiving night. We walked up the mountain road and took in the landscape, views of Overlook Mountain, and the Ashokan Reservoir.
We're looking forward to our next visit!
Our family thoroughly enjoyed the breathtaking views as well as the charming large old house
We had plenty of room to sleep relax and enjoy family meals around a very large table that seated 20+ people. All bedrooms are upstairs and have views of the sunrise, sunset, surrounding landscape and the Ashokan reservoir which were very inspiring! The property had walking & hiking trails yet was nearby to shopping in the charming town of Woodstock. The property manager was only a phone call away & available to assist us as needed. We definitely recommend this VRBO to our friends or to anyone else who is looking to enjoy time away from hustle and bustle! We
would consider staying here again in the future. Thanks so much.
Located in the stunning Hudson River Valley, Glenford is an easy 10 minute drive from Woodstock, also known 'the world's most famous small town'. Woodstock is a mecca for artists and the unusual. Make sure you plan to visit Woodstock, do some shopping, have a great meal, see a favorite band and enjoy the people watching--you won't be disappointed. Don't miss the community Drum Circle every Sunday 4-6 pm on the Village Green, all are welcome to join in! Nearby are world-class outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, fishing, nature walks, biking and skiing. Be sure to visit some of the charming local lighthouses that have been recently restored. For the indoor-inclined the area features top-notch restaurants, galleries, music and art happenings, and one of a kind boutique shopping. Many of the area restaurants feature truly local, organic and sustainable food sources, but a classic diner-esque burger and fries can be enjoyed too. The area is known for excellent eateries, and there are countless food styles to choose from. Many family-friendly and wallet-friendly activities to be found, fun can be had for the budget-minded as well the big spenders. The activities are too numerous to list but some of the area's renowned attractions include the annual Garlic Festival (self explanatory), Opus 41, (a six acre rock sculpture garden), Levon Helm's Midnight Rambles, (legendary music events featuring top musicians in an intimate setting), the incredibly popular Catskill Mtn Railroad antique train rides. Also check out what is going on at the Bearsville Theater, where surprisingly well-known artists love to come and perform. You will be provided with literature detailing area hot-spots and must-do's, although relaxing and taking in the spectacular mountain views with family and friends may end up being your favorite!