Our guest house sits about 30 yards from our house on 1.29 acres of hilly, wooded land full of deer and birds. The guest house is one room with a full bath (bath and shower) and an alcove kitchenette. Single bed, desk, views of woods, Wifi, large closet, garage parking. An additional single bed can be added. I also have a 20' by 30' photo studio in the main house that can be rented for an additional fee. Photos are included at the end of my photo stream.
* No smoking inside please...
* You accept that the apartment is furnished with a single bed (good mattress, not futon) UNLESS you inform us that you would like the additional cot (portable frame, good mattress) moved in. We can put the cot next to the single bed (or not), which is almost like a double bed!
* If you bring a dog please clean up after him and have him sleep on something other than the coverlet (on sheets is ok). Dog hair sticks to those coverlets like crazy, even after they've been washed.
* You can check in after 4pm; check out time is noon.
* You agree to be kind to my septic system. A septic system means I have underground pipes emptying into a septic tank on my property. Since it's on my property, I have to maintain it and replace it if it breaks down. It's very old and I want it to last many more years. Please do not put anything other than paper in it (except for the obvious.) That means no paper towels, wipes, tampax, and droppings from a cat litter box as they will probably contain some gravel.
* Please talk to me if you have a problem. Solutions CAN be found...
My husband and I are hard-working editor/writers (is there any other kind these days?) and former long-time residents of New York City. We miss the city a bit but love the amount of SPACE we have out here. We're both also big nature enthusiasts so we like waking up to bird song and the wind in the trees. Nature would not be complete, however, without lots of NFL and NBA TV. If you ever want to talk Knicks Stephanie is your ticket. Given up on the Knicks? Bill, a former Brooklynite, still has high hopes for the Nets.