"We recently stayed at this property while in town for the Bear100 Ultramarathon race. It was comfortable and met our needs. Advantages were the beautiful setting, and the "lodge" ambience. A family of deer frequented the property, and it was delightful to hear the mountain stream that flows right by the house. The evening air was beautiful and we were comfortable leaving the windows open in the nice master bedroom on the main floor. We appreciated the in-house laundry, especially after the wet and sloppy race. The only drawback may be the two upper bedroom lofts which, though they contain queen-sized beds with trundle beds, are only accessible by ladder. Relatively easy to navigate if you're young and limber, but definitely would not be appropriate if more than one couple over the age of 40 would want to stay there, a sore and stiff 100-mile ultramarathon runner, or anyone with physical accessibility issues. Steps are used to access various essential things, such as the laundry and the master closet. There are plenty of beds, and it accommodates many, which is wonderful, however has only one bathroom, which could be problematic to a larger group. The kitchen appliances are quite noisy. But all of these things are only meant to inform in case they would be important to someone. It seems well cared for, we enjoyed our time there, appreciated its peacefulness and ambience, and would recommend it as a wonderful place for young, active people to stay."
Guest: Heidi H.
Date of Stay: September 2016
Review Submitted: September 30, 2016