You'll feel right at home in this beautifully decorated 4-level "cottage" in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. You'll enjoy the peace and tranquility of this 100-year-old Quaker-built mountain home in a quiet community setting with access to so many on-site and nearby activities. There are several rooms on the main floor to accommodate a large family or a small group, including a library filled with a wide variety of books, an intimate sitting room with fireplace, a dining room which seats 12, a spacious living room with fireplace, TVs and games, a well-equipped, eat-in kitchen, and large covered veranda which overlooks a tranquil wooded area. A large family room with pinball machines and jukebox is located on the lower level. An additional bedroom, bath, and laundry room are just a few steps away.
Upstairs bedrooms with hall bathroom easily sleep eight with one master bedroom with bath. The third floor has one dorm room with 6 single beds, a bathroom and a large sitting room with a very popular round bed.
This is the perfect home for your family vacation, a small-group retreat or a private get-away for several couples.
Keywords: Retreat, cottage, home, multi-storied, home-away-from-home
We are delighted to be able to share the peace and tranquility of our home with others. Family, friends and our faith are the cornerstones of our life and we feel our home reflects these values. Warm memories, fun and laughter fill every room. We strive to continue to upgrade our home to provide everything needed to make our guests comfortable. The private community provides seclusion and security as well as plenty of activities for every age and interest, from fishing, hiking and bird watching, to nearby golf, skiing, casino, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
elaine smith purchased this house in 1989
We stayed at this property for christmas weekend, loved the house. It was big and comfortable, very clean, with every thing you need to have a good time staying there. Kids had a lot of entertainments too.
We would be back in the summer. Thanks Chuck and Elaine.