About Theresa Borges
I am teacher who is willing to rent my home while it is not in use. I have enjoyed renovating this 130 historical home in this quaint small town near the bike path and close to Cooperstown.
Theresa Borges purchased this House in 2014
Why Theresa Borges chose Canajoharie
I chose this property as I enjoy the renovations and preserving it's history. I even laminated old newspaper articles I found in the basement.
What makes this House unique
Small town quiet street and a short car ride to everything or even a road trip to Boston, or Niagara Falls. Plenty of great stuff nearby like wineries, breweries, and of course the bike path and Baseball Hall of Fame
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Children not allowed
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Quiet hours 10pm. Do not drag luggage across hard wood floors.
Leave my home clean and the exact way you found it when you arrived
Upon check out, I will meet you or leave the key on the counter and turn knob to lock on way out.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Home away from home
Very neat and comfortable the kitchen had everything we needed and more. We could go for walks around the town because it was close to shops and restaurants and the people in the town were very friendly.We enjoyed our stay there!
Thank you for your honest review. I am glad you enjoyed your stay and our town. Come back again.
Great house! Very clean, walked to restaurants for breakfast and dinner. (Liked Gino's for dinner and the Village for breakfast). Hit so many neighboring towns for antiques, wineries and shops. Don't miss Howe Caverns. House had all the amenities, great water pressure in the shower (always important to us!). Laid out well for visiting, so a good place for girl's weekends. Very much enjoyed our stay and would easily recommend this house.
Thank you for your honest review . I am so glad you enjoyed your stay and for leaving my home in perfect condition. You are welcome back any time . Safe travels !
A beautiful house, a gracious host, a charming village, nice local amenities
This is a beautifully restored, very comfortable house within a few blocks of downtown Canajoharie’s restaurants, antique shops and classic architecture. For jogging or biking, the Erie Canal Trail is virtually right outside the front door—it’s a scenic path on a surface runners will appreciate. Dining options in Canajoharie are fine, and for a special dinner there’s The Table at Fort Plain, seven minutes away. We used the house as our home base for a weekend of opera-going at Glimmerglass, which is an easy drive (about 30 minutes). The house comfortably accommodated three couples, with plenty of room to sleep, to eat and to read/hang out in the living room or on the porch. We had a more enjoyable and relaxing weekend than at several much higher-priced b&b’s in the same area. Highly recommended!
Thank you David. Come back again . Theresa