Masthope Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Sleep 5, 1 queen bed downstairs, 3 single beds upstairs, 1 full bath
**Three Bridges Cottage has just been awarded the 2014 Best of Lackawaxen, Guest House!
For the larger 2bdrm, Main House at Three Bridges visit our listing at: http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p3767641
Quiet and peaceful guest cottage in the woods surrounded by 3 babbling streams and 4 acres of woods. Perfect for a couple or family. Stay at the Cottage and walk out your sliding door to your private patio where you can grill, swing in the hammock or just listen to the streams. Three Bridges is part of Masthope Community which has countless amenities and activities. For a small community renters fee, you have access to the olympic size outdoor pool, kiddie pool, tiki bar, game room, tennis, basketball and paddle ball courts. Community lake/beach access with paddle boats and row boats, beach volleyball court, playground, outdoor grills and beach cafe. Access to Delaware River picnic area for grilling, canoeing or kayaking, Community stables with horseback riding, trail rides, private lessons. Fitness center and Ski Big Bear Mountain for skiing, snowboarding or tubing in the winter months.
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Cottage information: Guest cottage sleeps 5-6 people
Bedroom/Living area downstairs w/ a queen bed
2nd Bedroom upstairs w/ 3 single beds and full bath
Full kitchen stocked with dishes, glasses, microwave, toaster, etc.
Heat/AC, working fireplace & eco-friendly pellet stove
Outdoor table, grill and hammock
Cable, wi-fi, dvd player & xbox w/ games
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
I found this property and fell in love with it the minute I pulled up. There are two houses that sit on 4 acres, placed in between streams on both sides of the cottages. It is a very special place and I am lucky to be able to share it with people
The neighbors also say the original home was built by the famous local writer Zane Grey for his mistress so he could ride up and visit her a couple miles from his home down the river. I still haven't confirmed this information but many of the locals have told me the story behind three bridges. If anyone find out more info for me, please let me know!