A lovely property decorated with an eclectic artistic style.
The feeling to be deep in the woods and at the same time being so close from Kent, walking distance from Bulls Bridge with his the seething river, and the famous Appalachian trail.
This converted barn is the perfect New England get away.
The Barn was converted into a house over twenty years ago and has kept a rustic feel to it. That said it has all the comfort of a house. Two full bedrooms, with showers and baths, a full size kitchen and dinning room, a dance studio with full mirrors to use.
The owners are artist and world travelers. Unique stained glass decorates much of the windows and lamps in the house. There are also oddities from around the world used as decoration.
The grounds are private with gardens and a fire pit area to use. There is an open view of the river and Native American Indian reservation that is breath taking. And Bulls Bridge and the AP trail are walking distance from the property.
There are 2 peacocks and chickens in the backyard, they are living in a coop, so you can enjoy the company of this delightful birds.
The house is only minutes away from Kent Village, and some of the best nature in new England; Kent Falls, Dover Stone Church and Bulls Bridge.
Many farms are selling local products around, you can find fresh eggs, organic veggies and meet, honey, Dairy product and so on, everything localy produce with passion by local farmers.
The House is separated in 2 independent units
all the description refers to the private unit for the guest + a private back yard.
The Hosts live in the other unit
Both unit are made to keep the privacy and respect the well being of the Guests and the Hosts.
If you have any request we are on site to help you out.
The house is separate in 2 independent units
One for the guests, one for the hosts.
We do accept dogs but if you come with you doggy, you have to add an extra person in your reservation for him.
Thank you to understand that our friends the dogs are giving us more work to clean the house after they stay.