The SpaceLakeside Rendezvouz Green Room offers a 1st flr. bedroom facing a garden & a wooded area. It has a full-size bed, a secretaire, two chairs, a night table, a set of drawers, and a large closet. The bathroom, shared with other house guests, is beside the room and includes a tub and shower. Guest AccessGuests have access to the dining and lounge area where they can watch Cable TV, DVDs, or listen to music. The kitchen is only for the homeowner's use. Guests also have access to wifi and to the front and back patios overlooking Lake Cadjaw, where a table & lounging chairs are set up from spring through fall. Guests may use the lake for fishing, rowing, kayaking, etc. They need to bring their own boats and oars. All guests will have to sign a liability waiver form for using the lake. A bigger and more scenic lake is a 15-minute drive away: Lake Wallenpaupack where boat tours are conducted during during spring and summer. Guests may also enjoy the nearby Lake Prompton and Lake Keen. Interaction with GuestsThe homeowner or her representative will always be available to guests during their stay.
Visitors will receive a map of the area, and a list of events, restaurants, museums, antique dealers, shopping areas, tourist attractions, etc. Event listing is updated monthly. Please check (URL HIDDEN) and (URL HIDDEN) for a detailed schedule of events. The NeighborhoodHonesdale is 2.5 hours from NYC, 45 minutes from Scranton, PA, & 30 minutes from Narrowsburg, NY. It has approximately 5,000 residents. It gave birth to the Stourbridge Lion, the first locomotive used in the American railways. The Delaware and Hudson Canal started in Honesdale during the 19th century. The famous children's magazine, Highlights for Children, was also first published in Honesdale. Aside from Lake Cadjaw, guests can enjoy the amenities of Lake Wallenpaupack in Hawley (15- minute drive), Prompton State Park, Shohola Falls, and Keen Lake. You can also drive to Narrowsburg to swim and row in the Delaware River. Area museums include the Wayne County Historical Society, Lackawanna Coal Mine in Scranton, and the Dorflinger Museum and Glass Factory in White Mills. Many Victorian houses line Honesdale's Main Street. These homes were built for officials managing the rail lines that carried coal mined in Bald Mountain, the Poconos, and other nearby mountains in the 1800s and early 1900s. Area sports include fishing, hunting, hiking, rowing, kayaking, and swimming. The nearby high school playground is also open for jogging. Winter sports include ice fishing, snow boarding, skiing, sledding, and ice skating. Honesdale hosts county fairs, farm markets, music festivals, and theater productions throughout the year. Other events include antiques and art exhibitions, and dance performances. Getting AroundHonesdale is accessible from NYC by Coach USA buses. The house can be reached by taxi from Main Street. It is best to use a car to travel to and around Honesdale. Other Things to NoteThe first floor guestroom is priced at $45/night for one to two guests. Weekend rate (Friday and Saturday) is $50 per night. Weekly and monthly rates are: week -- $300, month -- $1,200. Please note that a minimum booking of two nights is required.
Birthday and other small, informal celebrations (excluding weddings and other more formal events) may be held at the front or back patio. They have to be arranged with the homeowner with time. Fireworks are allowed. Guests have to take care of the clean-up after their celebrations.