Pocono Lake Chalet Rental Photos and Description
Chalet, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6-8)
This two story Chalet is solid redwood and sits on the Big Bushkill creek and has the view and water sounds that make you get up early; get your coffee, and sit on the upper deck, and just enjoy. There is an out door fire pit right next to the Bushkill creek where it just does not get any better for
fireside evenings with friends or family. May, June and July are great for floating down creek with tubes, fishing and swimming.
The full service kitchen, master bedroom, and big family room
are all upstairs. A wall of glass doors lets the view into the family room.
Down stairs there is two other bed rooms, T V and game set up
and a professional pool table. Another wall of glass lets the view blend into the room.
Keywords: Streamside house,waterfront property,
stocked trout stream,two story chalet, huge deck,secluded house by water
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Harris Gordon
My name is Harris, I love fishing and wilderness, and this place is so close ; Its a great escape without traveling too far.
I have vacationed, and fished this area for over 30 years and still
stand in awe of the natural beauty surrouning this area.
Harris Gordon purchased this chalet in 1987
Why Harris Gordon chose Pocono Lake
This is the best area of Poconos. Why? Close to Delaware river,and all connected activities.On Big Bushkill trout stocked stream, Close to camel back water park Shopping is easy for groceries; and Tannersville outlets are close. There are several
good restaurants that are reasonably priced close by also. are ; This is a great location to relax and hear the soothing sound of the water!!!
What makes this chalet unique
Lots of outdoor deck area that overlooks
georgous waters with that soothing sound
of moving water. Great place to Dine or just enjoy coffee and family. You can hike on one of the most beautiful trails in
ponocos;right from the house. The trail winds and follows the
Bushkill stream as it heads toward the Delaware river.