About this listing
CozyRoom (with house privileges) is only a block from Portland’s unique pedestrian bridge over the Delaware River, minutes from some of the best shopping outlets and landmark go-to spots, as well as one mile from the expansive Appalachian Trail.
CozyRoom (with house privileges) is only a block from Portland’s unique pedestrian bridge over the Delaware River, minutes from some of the best shopping outlets and landmark go-to spots, as well as one mile from the expansive Appalachian Trail. We are in a quiet neighborhood on a cul-de-sac surrounded by trees. The property location is perfect for those who want to experience the fall colors, drive through the country, go shoping or dining or just relax. Make sure you check out our "Guidebook".
There are several decks, one with a fire pit. Relax in the fresh crisp air or catching the deer wander through the property during the evening hours. The house is just about and hour and a half from the city (NY) and easy to get to. Wireless, cable, fridge, air, coffee maker and off street parking are all included. Please let us know if you have any special requests.
Interaction with Guests
This may vary with guests.
It is quiet and conveniently located.
Shared living room,bathroom and kitchen space. If you need something...ask and we will accomodate if we can. We believe in respect. Small pets are allowed and approved on individual basis. This can be discuss prior to reservation. Please be respectful of the space. No smoking.
I am easy going and look forward to meeting folks who are in need of a get-away. I am an art therapist who has worked in urban public education for quite some time. I realized that finding a peaceful place to live where access to the natural world is easy becomes essential and a key factor for maintaining a balance in my life. A favorite verse of mine - “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I would not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” ~Thoreau~