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              Recent Downsville Reviews

              Super Cute - Secluded, But Also Close to Town

              5 of 5
              The old schoolhouse is a perfect getaway for two people. The house has everything that you need for a relaxing time away. It's super clean and decorated out of a magazine. It's secluded enough so you don't see your neighbors, but it's less than 10 minutes to Andes, where you can grab a meal, or even a drink and play a game of pool at the hotel bar. We loved that there was firewood provided as there were no places in Andes to purchase it, so that was very helpful. It's so perfect, it made us want to own a place of our own just like it. I look forward to coming back in the winter months to enjoy the wood burning fire. We saw so many stars!
              • Submitted: Jul 28, 2016
              • Stayed: Jul 2016

              great house! very clean!

              5 of 5
              this is a very very cute cottage and Diane the owner keeps it immaculately. we stayed there with our two small children and it has all we needed! great garden with tons of outdoor space, comfy beds, cute and handy kitchen (and a dishwasher!!), nice and clean bathroom, cozy living/dining room. it is close to Livingston Manor amenities (especially Main Street Farm and the new brewery are highly recommended). i only give 4 stars for property because it is located on a rather big street, and for value because we had to take care of our own trash and struggled to find a transition station open in this rather small and remote place, drove around for quite a while and ended up driving it all the way back home to NYC and trash it at our home. but nevertheless, we loved this place and would love to return one day again.
              • Submitted: Dec 1, 2015
              • Stayed: Nov 2015