Please note that the address for this place is approximate. Upon booking a stay, the rental owner will provide an exact address. If you’ve driven by, you’ve wondered about the story of this beautiful stone building. Built in 1832 as a one-room schoolhouse – a function it served until 1950 -- this charming and historic building has been given new life as a guest house - sin... Dining, Dining Area, Books, Books for Adults, Books for Kids, DVD Player, Games, Games for Kids, Television, Toys, VCR, Video Library, Activities Guide, Air Conditioning, Alarm Clock, Basic Soaps, Ceiling Fans, Hair Dryer, Heating, Internet, Iron & Board, Linens Provided, Local Activities Guide, Local Maps, Local Restaurant Guide, Macintosh Computer, Paper Towels, Parking, Shampoo, Toilet Paper, Towels Provided, Wireless Internet, 4 Ring Stove, Coffee Maker, Cooking Utensils, Dishes & Utensils, Freezer, Kitchenette, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Stove, Stove, Toaster, Child's Swing, Lawn / Garden, Outdoor Grill, Yard, cottage, Singles, children welcome, non smoking only, pets not allowed, unsuitable for elderly or infirm, wheelchair inaccessible, Away From It All, Family, Historic, Romantic, Guests provide their own meals, Housekeeper Optional, cottage, autumn foliage, botanical garden, churches, cinemas, forests, library, live theater, museums, playground, pond, restaurants, synagogues, waterfalls, necessary, bird watching, horseback riding, outlet shopping, photography, scenic drives, sight seeing, sledding, walking, Mountain, Mountain View, Resort, Rural, Town, Village, massage therapist, cycling, golf, hiking, mountain biking, mountain climbing, skiing, swimming
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