Featured on Chestertown's Historic House Tour in 2017, our darling, historic cottage, built in 1880, is pet-friendly, comfortable and cozy.
If you're considering a visit to Chestertown, you couldn't pick a better weekend that December 1 - 3 during the town's Victorian-inspired A Dickens of a Christmas. It's three whole days of events aimed at adults and also at families -- check this out for more details! Link: (URL HIDDEN)
Located in the heart of Chestertown -- literally a block from both shops and restaurants and our waterfront -- we're pet-friendly with a fenced-in backyard. The house is recently renovated and has all modern conveniences, such as a new kitchen and bathroom -- and, best of all, a sociable front porch which is great for people-watching (and meeting locals and visitors alike).Our cottage is located in a friendly neighborhood in the heart of Chestertown's historic district. Its got a great blend of period detail and ambience along with the most contemporary of modern conveniences like a new bathroom and kitchen. There's a wide and sociable front porch and a deep backyard with grill, fire pit, Adirondack chairs and more.
Guests have full access to the property.
Kontakt z gośćmi
We live across town and are available to assist -- and will hopefully greet you when you arrive, if we're not traveling -- but we'll otherwise let you be!
Inne ważne rzeczy
We love the coziness and character of the cottage -- but with just one bathroom (located on the second floor), it may not be an ideal choice for those with mobility issues.
No smoking indoors or on the front porch.
So the first thing: We’ve named the house “The Boathouse Cottage” but let’s just say, one man’s boat is another man’s/woman’s cruise ship. There’s no nautical kitsch in this 1900-built home. While Chestertown is all about the river, and the Sultana, sailboats and motor yachts, we’re actually cruise ship folk. We like both the yacht-like expedition vessels and the big ships-complete-with-water-parks. Not so into piloting our own boat. Second thing: Well before I met my husband (he’s from Finland, I’m American, we met in Italy), I lived in this house. Two years, the happiest pre-hubby years of my life. Adored the house, rented, until work called me to another locale. It’s stayed in my heart, and though we’re happily settled a few blocks away, when Cannon Street came on the market, we wanted to buy it. We love the idea of sharing it with travelers who are venturing to our fabulous town. It’s a happy house.