"This was a perfect vacation home! It is on the top of a mountain, up an unpaved road through the woods with no neighbors, except trees, birds and small animals.The pristine modern interior design & artwork had a calming effect. The two story glass architecture gives a gorgeous panoramic view of mountains and tree tops. The furnishings take full advantage of the all the views. There is a table under cover outside on the deck to eat meals while watching beautiful sunsets, as well as a private deck off the master bedroom that is nicely furnished. Every room has a view and each bedroom has a very nice en suite bath. The four adults in our family each had private space. The master bedroom also has a comfortable sitting area with a view. One word of caution is to bring a sleep mask if you do not want to be awoken at sunrise because none of the windows have curtains. I loved being woken to see the mist hanging over the mountains, then when it burned off, I'd go back to sleep. The location is great for outdoor activities and cultural events. We saw several plays in both NY and MA., including an outdoor production of a Shakespeare play preceded by a picnic dinner. We went hiking along waterfalls and white water rafted. If you are old enough to remember Arlo Guthrie's song, Alice's Restaurant, the Church where Alice lived and the Thanksgiving dinner took place is nearby and well worth the visit. The owner was very helpful beforehand in making suggestions for activities and left a long list of local restaurants & grocery stores with addresses/phones and descriptions - don't miss Guidos for organic veggies, meats and prepared foods. I highly recommend this house and look forward to returning to experience another season. We were there during the summer, but there are working fireplaces for winter and fall will be spectacular! Thank you, Peter, for a wonderful vacation destination!"
Guest: Sharon J.
Date of Stay: July 2016
Review Submitted: August 21, 2016