|Tipo de imóvel||casa|
|Estadia Mínima||3 noites|
O Dacha - um romântico, artística, casa de dois andares no lado do New York da Berkshire, próximo de pólos de arte de Western Mass - combina todas as amenidades com estilo rústico, a privacidade de um ambiente arborizado e vistas espetaculares de cada janela .
A palavra russa para casa de campo, "dacha" (rima com cha-cha) reflete as origens do proprietário. Ele evoca imagens de relaxante dias e noites com a família e amigos longe da vida agitada da cidade.
Minutos de carro do teleférico de Juminy Peak ou caminhadas, canoagem e natação no Cherry Plain State Park
O emblema da casa é a pintura de uma família de alce na hora do almoço, uma cópia da obra-prima do russo por Alexei Stepanov na Coleção Tretyakov, em Moscou.
• Três quartos, dois banheiros, acomoda até 10 pessoas
• Ampla sala (The Loft) no andar de cima
• cozinha gourmet totalmente equipada, balcões de granito, microondas, máquina de lavar louça
• área de jantar com uma cozinha lareira de tijolos de trabalho adjacente
• Máquina de lavar e secar roupa
• sem fio de alta velocidade à Internet em toda a casa
• TV por satélite Grande HD com pacote DirectTV Premiun (HBO, Cinemax, canais de desporto)
• DVD e CD biblioteca, tabuleiro de xadrez, e bichos de pelúcia que oferecem entretenimento para todas as idades e gostos. Se você deseja se divertir, não há espaço suficiente dança no loft.
• Teclado Yamaha para músicos
• Aquecimento e ar-condicionado
US $ 200 por noite para uma festa de 5, então $ 40 por dia para cada hóspede extra, ou:
$ 1.100 por semana de aluguel para uma festa de 5, em seguida, US $ 100 para cada convidado extra
Apoio logístico completo. Estou sempre acessível via telefone ou eletronicamente, e há um gerente da casa vivendo em 10 minutos de distância de condução
Thank You! It was great time at the nice place. We enjoyed our stay!!
We had the pleasure of renting the Dacha for 6 months, while my husband, and son worked in near by Troy, and we absolutely loved it! We arrived in early May, so we got to watch the property come to life with spring, spend the whole summer there, and then watch the leaves turn in the fall. All three seasons were absolutely beautiful. The ever changing view across the street is to die for. Sitting on a dirt road, with only one close neighbor, the neighborhood is very quiet, and peaceful. In the summertime, the farmers markets, and local farms make it easy to eat fresh, and healthy. The locals in the area were all very friendly, and welcoming.
The house is spacious, plenty of room for the 4 of us, and our three furry kids. Alex was always just a phone call, or email away, and was great about getting back to us when we contacted him. He was also very easy to work with, and made us feel welcome, and comfortable on the couple occasions we seen him.
MA & VT are both very close, we took several trips up to the Green Mountain National Forest in VT, which is a treat to see. We also took in some concerts at Bethel, the home of Woodstock, and took the time to explore the Catskill Mountains while we were there. The Lake George are is also close enough to do a day trip, and is a beautiful area. We made friends with the nice folks just south of us at Windswept Farm in New Lebanon, be sure to check out their farmer's market on Sunday mornings if you happen to stay in the summer/fall, they have a nice selection from several vendors, and John & Amy's sweet corn is the BEST I've ever had!
We have been traveling full time with my husband's job for 15 years, have been all over the country, and I can honestly say, that our summer in Stephentown at the Dacha will go down as one of the best summers ever! We loved everything about it, and hope to get a chance to go back some day!
Thank you, Alex, for sharing your home with us, there were many good memories made!
We arrived at the Dacha on Saturday, July 25th excited for a weeks stay in the Berkshires. While the Dacha'so unique Russian decor was intriguing, we were overwhelmed with an intense musty smell and disappointed to find all of the furniture was old and in disrepair. The couch on the main floor smelled of dog so badly, it was near impossible to sit on it, not to mention the cushions were completely mishapened and very uncomfortable. The dining room table had 6 chairs, one of which was broken and the only other seating area upstairs had two very old chairs, one with the bottom broken so the seat cushion would fall through to the floor. The sleeping arrangements weren't much better. The downstairs bedrooms clearly suffered water damage this winter and the musty smell was near gag inducing. One downstairs bedroom had just a mattress on the floor. The bedding was very sparse, and none of the mattresses had mattress covers. The master bedroom mattress had a big stain as well. There wasn't a coffee maker and we had to bring in our own water for cooking and drinking at the suggestion of the owner. The wifi router and modem had to be rebooted daily, and even then the connection speed was painfully slow. There was only one barrel outside for trash, which we filled the second day (there were 7 of us), so we had to leave bags of trash on the enclosed front porch the entire week. I emailed the owner several times inquiring about how to handle the trash situation, but didn't receive a response. The central a/c worked very well and the bathrooms had decent water pressure.
All in all, we enjoyed our time in the Berkshires but will not be returning to the Dacha.
We enjoyed this spacious home as a base for skiing at Jiminy peak and enjoying local berkshire attractions such as The Berkshire Theatre and Herman Melville's house. The home is bigger than it appears from the photos and has lots of charm. Our family of 5 and a dog were very comfortable and enjoyed sitting by the fireplace together as well as having some privacy. The house was clean and well maintained and the owner was accessible and responded quickly to emails. The house was well stocked with most appliances - the only things we could suggest to add/bring along would be a full sized coffee pot and a DVD player.
Four of us had a great time. Alex was easy to reach. He is a collector. The house is in a quiet area. We had a small bear sighting, as well as many other country creatures. We hiked a bit on Mt.Graymore. We went to see The Mound (Edith Wharton), the Taconic Sculpture Park, other wonderful sights and parks in the area. I would definitely recommend the house to my friends and family.
We had a wonderful time at the Dacha. It is cozy, comfortable, conveniently close to Jiminy Peak, restaurants and stores. The description on Home Away is exact and the owner was very friendly, courteous and in constant contact for any questions or needs. The house was clean and well stocked. I would recommend this property to anyone.
Não obstante o ambiente sereno da casa, a área é abundante com a cultura,
Williamstown, MA (18 milhas de distância) é um dos principais pontos culturais da Nova Inglaterra. É a casa de Williams College, o mundialmente famoso coleção Clark Art eo Williamstown Theater Festival Tony premiado, que funciona todos os meses de Julho e Agosto.
Para os amantes da música, 19 milhas de distância é Tanglewood - a casa de verão famoso da Orquestra Sinfônica de Boston, e amplamente conhecido como um dos festivais de música mais amados do mundo (abre no dia 28 de junho e vai até 30 de agosto).
Leilão do Meissner na vizinha New Lebanon atrai colecionadores de antiguidades todo sábado à noite.
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês *||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 3 noite(s)
|Observações: As tarifas levam em consideração a estadia de 6 hóspedes, adicione R$ 94 por noite, por pessoa adicional|
No smoking, pets are welcome
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