This private studio apt is all yours! No shared space. It has a separate entrance, modern full bath with a tub deep enough to enjoy a bath, kitchenette, living and dining area, is 15 minutes from Saratoga Springs and SPAC, walking distance to an excellent restaurant, convenience store, and pizza/sub shop, and is 5-7 minutes from groceries and shopping. We use eco-friendly, non-toxic cleaners and products.
“This was the best Airbnb I have ever stayed in! The studio is perfect! Has everything you need. Amber thought of everything. Huge backyard with seating and even a fire pit with wood provided ! And the best part is you can bring your dog! I will be returning for sure next time I’m in the area.”
A room for rest and relaxation which is within easy driving distance to local venues like Upstate Concert Hall , Rivers Casino and Saratoga Racetrack. Quiet residential setting for the relaxation but quick access to dining and entertainment for more excitement.
“Quiet residential neighborhood. Easily accessible off the main highway and not far from shops and restaurants. Very clean and very comfortable. Complimentary coffee and tea. The perfect place to "get away" and "chill out".”
Peaceful, private yurt in the woods on our small, off-the-grid goat farm. If you are looking to get away from it all, this is the place for you! Enjoy a nap in the hammock, s’mores around a campfire, a great night’s sleep under the stars, and breakfast with goats! Take a walk in the woods...enjoy the unique landscaping...stroll through the gardens...explore the farm...and take time time to get to know the different personalities of Lamby, Perry, the “Abigails,” and all the goats! Enjoy!
“Ed and Rick have truly created a unique experience. We had an amazing time walking the goats on the trail, playing with Lammy the sheep, sitting by the fire making s'mores, checking out the brand new treehouse that Rick built, jumping on the trampoline, and enjoying the beautiful natural environment! We were shown the utmost hospitality from our fantastic hosts, who assisted with whatever we needed. They provided a delicious picnic basket of breakfast each morning, which included fresh eggs, locally made butter and fresh squeezed juice to name a few items. Most people probably visit by car, but we took the train to Amsterdam station and got an Uber from there. It's important to note that service is spotty at the Amsterdam station (our Verizon phone got no service, our Google Fi phone luckily did). If this is a concern you could get off in Schenectady and Uber from there. Also on our way back Uber was unable to locate a car for us, but Ed was kind enough to offer us a ride to the station. If you don't have your own car keep these things in mind and be sure to leave extra time to find an Uber! It's so worth it to figure out the transportation though because this is a wonderful getaway for anyone needing some time closer to nature and animals!”