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We had a really great time in the house. It was perfect for our necessities, since we were a large group.
The pros: good price, good location if you want to go to Kilington or Okemo, hot tube, 5 rooms.
The cons: not very clean specially the kitchen, the beds are not comfortable.
In general, it what fine. Good enough for a ski trip.
The house was clean and as described. Thanks!
My friend and i arrive to the house on Thanksgiving day.
Everything was as described and was very easy to get use to the house and have a nice relaxing time.
The house was absolutely beautiful and had so many different activities and equipment that we were able to use. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
The house was perfect for what we needed it for. Beautiful front yard, fireplace, HOTtub, creek in the back, firepit. All around great weakend.
Thanks, it was a joy hosting your group!
The back deck and backyard at the Little Brook House is absolutely spectacular! A great place to spend a late summer evening. The house itself was a little musty and worn but totally fine for our purposes. Beautiful location made up for the more modest accommodations.
House was great! Went up with a group of old college friends for a weekend away from the city to play some golf and enjoy the outdoors. house was clean when we arrived and had everything we needed for a great stay.
The Little Brook House is a nice house near Echo Lake. It's really great for larger groups. The host provides almost everything you need from highchair for baby to free wifi! If you like big fluffy towels, bring your own. Towels are provided but I brought my own because I like fluffy towels. There is a bit of mildewy scent on some of the pillows so you may want to bring your own pillow as well. The only thing I couldn't find was an iron. Tip: Bring a calling card. There is a phone in the house but only for local calls. We had no cell service (we have Verizon) You can get a little bit of cell service just outside the front of the house near the porch furniture. We didn't stay long enough to enjoy all of the wonderful activities that Lisa recommended since we were there only for the weekend and already had a lot of stuff planned but take a minute to look at the binder in the kitchen. Lisa has some great recommendations. Wish we had more time. Sitting in the back and listening to the little water fall was a highlight for this city gal. If you're used to the feel and quality of five star luxury hotels this is not the place to stay but if you like a place that feels homey and lived in and don't mind not having any cell service then this is the place to be. Having a little store across the road was also a plus!
We had a fantastic weekend. The house was as described with clean linens, comfortable rooms and plenty of space. Communication was excellent before the trip and we experienced no issues during our stay.
We stayed at the house for nearly a week for a large family get-together, and had a wonderful time! There are plenty of activities available in the region for folks of all ages (we ranged from 6 to 80), and having the lake right nearby, with kayaks and canoe available, was a huge plus. Swimming at Horseshoe Falls was probably the big hit of the week though. In fact, we hardly made much of a dent in the long list of activities in the area.
The house is compact but really delightful, with two separate decks and a hot tub. There's enough room for people to eat and hang out together, or separately, as required. And Lisa was a terrific host — helpful, responsive, responsible. Highly recommend this rental.
One caveat though: To say that the house accommodates 15 is true, but only barely ;) There are 5 double beds in the bedrooms, and one set of bunk beds which the little kids enjoyed. After that, people are sleeping in the living rooms (comfortable foldout sofas, but right in the middle of traffic) and if you have anyone like my Mom who's not part of a married couple and doesn't do well with shared quarters, then the capacity starts to drop. Not saying that 15 people won't be able to squeeze in — we did it with a couple of kids on the floors — but it takes careful planning.