Room with a double bed and shared bath. Access to guest kitchen and common area.
We have one rule, be nice!
I booked this place out of utility but it turned out to be a pleasant retreat. First, Westport is a nice town. There a marina nearby with a great restaurant. The house has a large common area for guests. I felt comfortable working there. The room was really dark which is a good thing. The folks were friendly and respected privacy.
It's a beautiful downstairs area in a house tucked in the woods. It's not at their farm site. The kitchen is huge and there's a nice big living room area. The room is small and has a couple beds. It's in the center of the house so there's no windows. Everything is really nice and clean. There's a back porch that opens up to woods. I would definitely go there again.
This was my first air BNB stay, so I didn't quite know what to expect. If I was expecting anything though, Dave and Cynthia went above and beyond anything I could imagine. The room I stayed in was for one person but still plenty big to fit my bag and dry out my ski equipment after the day was over. There is also plenty of common space too if you don't feel like sitting in your room. Dave and Cynthia were super nice and I enjoyed their stories and hospitality immensely. I felt like I was staying with family while there. It was fun talking to the other guests and sharing our life experiences after dinner. I definitely recommend this place for anyone looking for a quiet homey place to stay. Only 40 min from the mountain (Whiteface)!
Comfortable and reasonably priced accommodations, not far from the High Peaks. I didn't expect it, but I enjoyed spending time with some of the guests. Overall, it was exactly what I was looking for. Unfortunately, I am still awaiting a credit from having to alter my reservation owing to a snow storm event that delayed my departure. Maybe that's an AirB&B system flaw ...
Well, here are the facts: I booked almost at the last minute because I was in the area and the snow was coming really heavy. I decided to spend the night and travel on the next day. The host responded right away and upon my arrival he was plowing the snow which was almost a foot. They were really nice and the place was well kept.
Looking at the other reviews, I am not sure what happened or why my experience was so different. Maybe I just caught my hosts on a bad day or got off on a really bad food and that was it. I made the mistake of using the wrong address to get there, going to the farm itself, rather than the listed address for the lodging building, which is not at the farm but is a ten minute drive down some back roads through the woods. This led me to being extremely late getting there to check in. When I was met by David, I was shocked by how rude, unfriendly and condescending he was too me, speaking to me as if I must be stupid because I used the wrong address. Truthfully, it made me think seriously about just leaving and not staying there at all. I get that I made a mistake and used the wrong address and was very late. And I get that he had somewhere to be and I had made him late. Still, there was no excuse for being so patronizing and rude to me. I got a very quick look around the house, which left out certain details. No mention was every made of any kind of breakfast option, which was mentioned in the listing. I figured that for some reason, I just wasn't being given that option, even though I chose the place partly because that option was listed in the ad. During my multiple day stay, I never saw or heard from my hosts at all. This is especially disappointing after reading the other reviews, which describe them as extremely helpful. For some reason, no help was offered to me, no effort was made to help me with anything, for example, with finding places to eat or things to do in the area. As this was my first AirBnB experience, I figured that it's just not what usually happens, that hosts just don't usually do that, but from reading the other reviews, it sounds as if that actually does usually happen. It was just very disappointing. At least the room was cozy enough and the bed was very comfortable and afforded a good night's sleep. And, the location is perfect for getting away and getting somewhere very quiet, secluded and relaxing. Finally, David did redeem himself somewhat at the last moment, as I was leaving early in the morning. He thanked me for staying with a handshake and a smile, and was extremely nice. I don't know where that was when I first met him and checked in, I guess I just was there on the wrong day or at the wrong time. It sounds like others have had a much better experience than I did.
Feel better Robert ? When you have a business that is reviewed you must prepare yourself for the person who wants to be unhappy before they arrive and nothing you can do will appease them. Robert was that guest. My take. Airbnb provides an address for the listing. Robert chose to do an internet search for our farm instead and then showed up there, very much later than he said by the way. They are two separate business entities and on different roads. He wants to blame us for that. My wife gave him easy directions to the lodging, he couldn't pull that off despite a 4x6 sign and 18 inch reflective address numbers. I had to leave a very important meeting to fix this for him. Was I a little frustrated, yup. There is only so much we can do to help a guest. Can't protect them from their own incompetence. I gave Robert a free upgrade to a nicer room for his comfort, a fact he chose to ignore in his review. The room he paid for does not include breakfast which is clearly stated in the listing. We would have asked Robert about breakfast, but we never saw him again to speak to until he was leaving. This is a farm , we begin work early and finish late. Robert got up hours after breakfast and left without speaking to us. He can , of course, get up anytime he wishes, but it is not incumbent upon us to wait with bated breath to see if he wants some scrambled eggs . Robert got the experience he wanted and a better one than his attitude deserved. I suspect he very much enjoyed writing this review. The hundreds of 5 star reviews we've received and our eight consecutive quarters as Superhosts speak for themselves. Robert's unprecedented response to his stay here says much more about him than DaCy Meadow Farm. Airbnb hosts be forewarned. He's one of those guests whom upon meeting you will immediately regret having accepted.
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