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Barryville Hotels or Houses(4)

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          Recent Barryville Reviews

          FAMILY-FRIENDLY SECLUDED WATERFRONT RELAXATION!

          4 of 5
          We had a very nice stay over the July 4th weekend. The house is nicely secluded with plenty of space to play and relax, and the many extra features such as the lake access with watercraft and private tennis court were much-appreciated. The kitchen is nicely updated and well-appointed, including dishwasher, gas range, and microwave, with a large table suitable for family dining. A full size washer and dryer were nice to have, and the pool table was a pleasant surprise. The two full baths are nicely updated and tiled. The spiral staircase is neat but does make getting larger/heavier luggage up to the second floor difficult. One area at the back of the house was off limits, as it was under construction. Also be advised that the railing on the second floor overlooking the living room may pose a problem for younger children. Overall, we were happy to have spent our long weekend here and would consider staying here again in the future.
          • Submitted: Jul 20, 2014
          • Stayed: Jul 2014

          LOVELY CABIN

          5 of 5
          Great VHS tape selection!
          • Submitted: May 22, 2014
          • Stayed: May 2014

          RELAXING AND SCENIC WEEKEND WITH FRIENDS

          5 of 5
          My friends and I enjoyed a fun and relaxing weekend at the farmhouse in Barryville. During the day, we trekked up the hill to the Minisink battlefield, where we explored the historic site and engaged in friendly battles of our own (with snowballs). In the evening, we crossed the bridge to Lackawaxen for some local music at the town inn. With two feet of snow on the lawn outside the house, we cozied up to warm drinks in front of the wooden stove in the living room. Such a charming home, with a rustic feel but plenty of amenities. The area is beautiful and historic, an excellent retreat from NYC, and just two hours away. I'd recommend the place to any small-medium sized group looking for a relaxing weekend getaway.
          • Submitted: Mar 4, 2014
          • Stayed: Feb 2014