About the property
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House, 3 Bedrooms+ (See Description), 2 full Baths, Sleeps 9 +
This Lake View Property is Great for Large Gatherings.
The Living room has a 50' HDTV, Fireplace.
Hardwood floors throughout house.
Short drive or walking distance to local bars and restaurants.(Shenanigans and Baby Boomers Night Club, Nick's Lake House, Piggy's Restaurant, Hog Heaven Ice Cream Shop), Split Rock Indoor Family Waterpark, that’s open to the public (Admission is sold on a first come first serve basis. Based on Availability)
Walk across the street to Lake.
Just minutes from: Jack Frost & Big Boulder Mountains, Pocono Raceway, Whitewater rafting, Skirmish Paintball Games & Fields, Camelback Waterpark and Casino, Crayola Factory, Boulder field, Golfing (Jack Frost National Golf Championship Course), (Split Rock Golf Course) and many other Pocono attractions.
To qualify for the appreciation discount, the qualifying person needs to be currently active, assigned on the lease, and have current photo identification.
Keywords: Jack Frost and Big Boulder Mountains, JFBB, Pocono, Lake Harmony, Huge Home, spit rock
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 20, 2018
About Christopher Romeo
A proud supporter of the Wounded Warrior project
Christopher Romeo purchased this House in 1990
Why Christopher Romeo chose Lake Harmony
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What makes this House unique
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Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Not a Bad Home.
Chris was great to deal with. He even let us stay an extra night at no charge because we were in a bind due to weather.
The house was in decent shape. Some of the amenities are neglected. Grill doesn't work. One of the showers has non-working doors. There was also a relative of the owner staying in the adjoining home that shares an entrance with the rental property so privacy was a minor concern.
The location was nice and for the most part, the place wasn't bad.
The house is split into two rental units.
I urged the owner to change their description but since he didn’t I feel like it’s my place to make people aware of the situation. The owner seems like a really nice guy so my review isn’t about him it’s about the situation. Like the previous review, my party and I were pretty surprised and disappointed to arrive only to find out there are two units. This should 100% be listed in the description of the property. You need to make people aware of what they are paying for. The house is split into two and the only thing between you and another party is an interior double door which in my opinion should have a deadbolt lock on it but it didn’t. Some of my party showed up late and while checking out the house they opened the double doors and walked right into the other part of the house where the other people were staying. We were under the impression we were renting a private property and not sharing it with another party especially for the price of $1,054 for two nights. The second part of the home is under renovations being done by the owner’s uncle but there was another group staying there at the time. They might have been family friends because I didn’t see that part of the property advertised. Like the other reviewer said there is no outdoor furniture. The fire pit in the yard is where you will spend a lot of time so make sure you bring chairs and maybe a table because without them the backyard really doesn’t serve much purpose to stand around. Not sure how the backyard is going to work out when there are two parties staying in the house who want to use it? The gas grill in one of the pictures has been sitting there for a while and doesn’t have grill grates. It’s a really nice Weber grill, pay the $40-$50 bucks and put new grates and a propane tank in it, this will just increase the value of the backyard from a guest’s perspective, it’s a no brainer. The internet was nonexistent. Make sure you bring your own pillows and linens. The cleaning fee was $145 but the house didn’t include linens? With that said the rest of the communication was good. I asked if there was air conditioning and was told no. When we arrived there were what seemed to be multiple brand new window units. This was obviously an extremely nice gesture which is definitely a positive reflection of the owner. It's not lakefront but the location is great. It's about a 3-5 min. walk to the bars and restaurants. The place has potential but more should be included for the price.
Odd combination of nice and terrible
This is really two houses- one that is pictured and another that is not shown, but is attached at the main entrance to the home.The "other house" is under renovations and there are tools and debris about.Young children would represent a safety issue if they wandered into this area of the home.The owner did not respond to emails prior to our trip and did not provide instructions beyond a standard email.When we arrived, the house had no running water and we had to figure out how to get it turned on, then we had to figure out the hot water heater if we wanted warm showers. Water pressue is very low. Kitchen is minimally appointed which is an issue when cooking for a family of 6. Bed in the master bedroom upstairs squeaks and groans with every turn. There are no screens on many of the windows so there were bugs after a night of sleeping. Despite a provided wifi password, there is no wifi in the house and there are plenty of TVs but nothing to watch. If there was a way to do that, there were no instructions provided.The outside area is completely unusable. No chairs, tools-leaves-random cinder blocks laying about. The outside of the house has not been cared for in many seasons which was disappointing as we were unable to sit around the firepit in the evenings. Once we figured out the water turn on and how to rotate showering so water didn't run out completely, we were busy enough with nearby activities that the house was comfortable enough to sleep in, but we did leave a night early and as mentioned by another renter, despite the promise, the owner did not apply the public servant discount. This house would be fine for young adults in the area to ski, but not for a family, and the communication from the owner is poor. We would not rent this house again.
Nice place with fun atmosphere, but poor communication from owner...scammed the 15% discount!
Owner advertised a 15% discount for Teachers, military, police, and fire but never honored it...put a real damper on an enjoyable weekend, and never responded to follow-up inquiries regarding the refund.
House was fun though: good fire pit, gaming console, shuffleboard, nice kitchen and sleeping arrangements, and an easy walk to the lake and "town" area. Good stay, just make sure you get your discount first, rather than a rebate/post-payment deal.
Great for big groups
We had a GREAT time! When looking at the pictures we were nervous that the place would be a little small and we were totally wrong! We had 10 people (4 guys and 6 ladies between 27-30) sleep comfortably in the house and we could have fit at least another two people. The first night we had SO much fun in the game room and than walked to Nick's Lake House for dinner (since it was snowing and the roads were bad). It took us about 10 mins to walk there and we all had fun playing in the snow on the way. The next day we went tubing and cooked at the house. It was the perfect spot for us to spend the weekend. Thank you Chris!
New Years at Lake Harmony
My family, friends and I had a great stay at Christopher's house. The location was great. We were able to get picked up by a car service and go snow tubing! It is also walkable to Piggys and Shenanigans, but we never made it there. Every room had a nice TV and the game room was awesome. Overall, a great stay!
H2Oooohh! Indoor Water Park:
A indoor water park features attractions for all ages, like the Komodo Dragon Flow Rider and the Viper, Piranha & Amazon Blast Slides. Relax in the Lava Springs hot tubs or watch your little ones have a great time at the Jungle Falls & Leapin’ Lizards play areas.
Skirmish Paintball :
Open 7 days a week, year round, is one exciting game! Skirmish is the world’s largest paintball game, boasting over 50 playing fields. One of our “scenario games,” Invasion of Normandy, was voted the "Most Manly Man Adventures" by the Travel Channel. But we challenge both men and women to join this fun, action-packed, group activity.
Whitewater Rafting at Pocono:
One of the most fun adventures you can have is on a whitewater raft! This is a great way to spend the day with family or large groups in the Poconos. Get your adrenaline going when you take a professionally guided trip on the Lehigh River in the Leigh River Gorge State Park. Either captain your own raft, take a specialty trip, or explore family style with Class I-II rapids where you can relax and take in the scenery.
Downtown Jim Thorpe:
Explore this historic Victorian town’s many shops, museums, and outdoor adventures. Jim Thorpe was home to the first railroad in the United States, and now is a premier destination for river adventures, mountain biking, the Old Jail Tour, and the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway, just to name a few!
The Crossings Premium Outlets:
With 100 outlet stores, there’s something for everyone at The Crossings. You’ll find name brands at a bargain. Store likes Banana Republic, J. Crew, Kate Spade New York, Lucky Brand, The North Face, and Polo Ralph Lauren. Open everyday. Hours.
Hickory Run State Park:
Hickory Run is an extraordinary 15,990-acre State Park spread across the gorgeous Poconos Mountain. Swim in Sand Spring lake in the summer, ice skate in the winter, or hike 44 miles of trails during the spring. Hunting is also seasonal at Hickory.
Experience the Pocono Mountains a bit differently, from an all-terrain vehicle! Discover the excitement of scaling big rocks, climbing over mountainous terrain, and drudging through overflowing streams while on your very own ATV. You’ll go places you would otherwise miss as your guide takes you through acres of scenic trails.
Lehigh High Valley IronPigs:
Join the IronPigs, the famed minor league baseball team that plays in the International League, for an exciting game on the field! The IronPigs are the Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies and named for the pig iron, used in steel manufacturing, for which the Lehigh Valley is world-renowned.
Penn’s Peak Concert Venue:
See what’s happening at the premier entertainment venue in the Lehigh Valley and Poconos Mountain! Offering a variety of events, Penn’s Peak showcases popular musicians, orchestra and big band performances, and luncheon shows. Complete your trip to Penn’s Peak by dining at their Roadies Restaurant Bar and visiting their No Peaking Gift Shop.
Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm:
A favorite destination among visitors is this 19th century eastern Pennsylvania German farm dedicated to the preservation and education of rural farm life. Take a summer farm tour that portrays family members of the Johann Zepper descendants—re-enacting the life of the original Pennsylvania German family who lived on the farm from the 1760s to 1913— an educational workshop, or attend one of the many special events held at the farm.
Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway in Jim Thorpe:
Climb aboard this 2005 passenger train, a descendent of the 1985 Blue Mountain & Reading Railroad. The Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway operates trains into the Lehigh Gorge State Park from the former Central Railroad of New Jersey station in historic downtown Jim Thorpe. This 16-mile, narrated, round trip train ride is a fun, family friendly adventure.
Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor:
Explore the areas of the eastern Pennsylvania’s Wyoming Valley and Carbon County, Leigh Valley, and Delaware valley for a journey you’ll never forget! Whether by car, boat, bike, or foot, you’ll enjoy the scenic beauty while learning about the culture and heritage of the area’s people and industries.
Dorflinger Glass Museum:
Check out this 19th century gem! The history of this museum is quite an exhibit. Learn about the history of Christian Dorflinger and the European skilled glass artisans that came to work for him in White Mills. You’ll see special exhibits and glass collections from the Adolph Linke, Firmstone and Larson/Falk families.
Rates & Availability
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Pet Fee is $100.00