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Recent Hudson Valley reviews

  • Nice and cozy

    "Just as described and pictured. Lauri was very accommodating. Location is unbeatable as it is close to EVERYTHING including , of course, Hunter! Restaurants , shops all with in walking distance. House is cozy and has an old feel for sure . A bit dark and house shows some wear and tear - again it is an OLD house- but it worked for our short stay. Plenty of space ! The lay out worked very well for our crew of 17 ( 3 families with young children + a couple w/ out kids). The price is great too and the 1 night minimum was a huge plus for us as it was just an overnight trip. Would recommend to any large group like ours ( w/ or w/ out kids) wanting proximity to the town and looking for good value no frills place."
    Guest: jennifer m. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 8, 2016
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  • Lovely experience

    "We had a very nice stay at Steve's home. The house is very comfortable and it's lovely how the hosts stock it with eggs and local toasts. Steve was very responsive to any questions or issues we had. Very nearby to great hiking and Woodstock, not to mention the river in the backyard! Thanks so much for being so accommodating Steve!"
    Guest: Sabrina B. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: December 2, 2016
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  • Nice home in the Taconic's

    "Great house in the woods with everything you could want for a relaxing stay and easy access to New York/Massachusetts area."
    Guest: Rebecca Y. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 15, 2016
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  • Quiet & Unique with a Vista View

    "I enjoyed a one-week stay at Bruce and Susan's picturesque property. They have their own "Walton's Mountain" in a way. Hulett's Landing is off the main track and offers a quiet, friendly, upper-scale ambiance. Residents seem connected through history and traditions--yet are valuers and respecters of privacy. The property is atop a mountain road that passes by a few homes and ambles through tree-laden area before reaching the Young's private driveway. An unpaved road winds up to their oasis overlook. The cabin home has solid craftsmanship and charm. The layout is a large open-room style. Mounted hunting trophies offer a truly striking decor. It's not just decoration--it's testimony to Bruce's exotic life of world-wide hunting, a museum in kind. The trophies are tastefully displayed and well-lighted at rafter height (not looking you in the eye). Cool and special. Comfortable bed, wonderful quiet, and a mountain vista view. I found the kitchen island convenient to work with and the back patio a pleasant setting. Small details say a lot, and finding comfortable towels, scented cachet packets in the wardrobe drawers, and dual coffee makers (regular or Kuerig) was appreciated. I'd advise future guests of two things: 1. The cabin sets close to the Young's home. 2. The cabin is an open-room style that has designated sections, but not walled off separations. The advertised pictures are very accurate, and calling it a "cabin" somewhat does an injustice. It's a distinctive cabin-like lodge that feels "new" and is well-maintained. Ticonderoga and Schroon Lake made for nice side trips, and the Vermont border is a 20-minute drive. Bruce and Susan are accommodating hosts (with fascinating backgrounds) who appreciate meeting you. They grant professionalism and privacy. I sincerely appreciated their warm and genuine hospitality. --D. Beck"
    Guest: Douglas B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 8, 2016
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