Kitchenette with deep sink, basic pantry supplies including tea and coffee, tableware, copper counter top  Upholstered reading chair beside desk, library shelving and storage cabinets.  Door leads to laundry, foyer, and exit door.
Cozy furnished studio on 20 acres backs to lake
Cozy furnished studio on 20 acres backs to lake


Intera casa/apt

1 ospite

Monolocale

1 Letto

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Adulti
1
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Bambini
Età 2 - 12
0
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Neonati
Meno di 2
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Su questo annuncio

This charming studio is designed for an individual who values privacy, security, simple comforts, and a country village life style, but with easy access to urban amenities. Rolling hills back to forest, trails and lake. Easy auto access to I-270 and less than a mile from MARC train platform w/commuter service to and from Washington and points in-between, including NIH. Great for biking, fishing, birding, and hiking. WIFI, high speed internet service, off street parking, utilities included.

L'alloggio

Private entrance, living/sleeping area, bath, and kitchenette. There is no separate bedroom. Twin bed w/heated mattress pad, feather comforter, plump pillows, quality linens, 2 desks/chairs, WIFI, flat screen tv with DVD slot and ROKU box for streaming, DVD movie library, upholstered reading chair, pop-up dining table, closet, shelves, cabinets. Ceramic tile floor with radiant heat and a/c. Shared laundry, off street parking. Basic toiletries and kitchen supplies are provided, including coffee and tea. 20 acres of rolling hills and private woodlands back to a 500ac lake and 2000ac regional park. Convenient, fuss-free move-in/out.

Accesso ospiti

Guests are welcome to participate in host family activities including occasional bonfires, movies projected on the farmhouse wall, seasonal deer hunting (license required), gardening, cook outs and covered dish picnics, and construction projects. We have hosted guests from 14 countries. Marilyn is fluent in the French language, and enjoys providing concierge services for the myriad of historic, cultural and recreational sites in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Interazione con gli ospiti

Please call or text to confirm your arrival time so that we can arrange to be on site to greet you and give you a tour of the property.

Altre cose da evidenziare

The farm backs to Little Seneca Lake, the largest body of water in the Washington Metropolitan Area other than the Potomac River. Fishing, hiking, bicycling, and birding are popular activities. The Discovery Sports Center, Sugarloaf Mountain, and historic Frederick are only a few minutes drive. Guests enjoy sampling the regional specialties of the Sugarloaf Winery, and fine restaurants and art galleries of historic Frederick (15 miles) and Germantown (5 miles). We are located approximately 35 miles from the White House and the US Capitol.


L'alloggio
Posti letto: 1
Bagni: 1
Camere da letto: Monolocale
Letti: 1
Check-In: In qualsiasi momento dopo le ore 14:00
Check-Out: 11:00
Animali: Cane(i)
Tipo di alloggio: Altro
Tipologia alloggio: Intera casa/apt

Servizi

Prezzi
Spese di pulizia: 18€
Cauzione: 91€
Prezzo per il weekend: 63€ / notte
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Regole della casa
Non è consentito fumare
Animali non ammessi
Vietato organizzare feste/eventi
Non sicuro o inadatto per i bambini (0-12 anni)
Check-in a qualsiasi ora dopo le 14:00

No drugs, excessive drinking, or illegal activities are permitted. Special events, parties or other gatherings are permitted only with host approval. Special fees may apply.


Cancellazioni

Rigidi

Cancella fino a 7 giorni prima del viaggio e ricevi un rimborso del 50%, più i costi del servizio.


Dispositivi di sicurezza
Rilevatore di fumo
Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Kit di pronto soccorso
Estintore

Disponibilità
soggiorno minimo 2 notti

8 Recensioni


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Profilo utente di Lisa
Giugno 2017
Marilyn, John & Christine were a delight to stay with. I loved the privacy of having a studio basement suite, but having people just upstairs if I needed anything. They were very accommodating for my late check-in and came out to greet me personally to walk me through the amenities. They went over and above and set me up with breakfast foods, coffee and tea, a selection of DVD movies, personal hygiene items - very sweet! The room is cozy and perfect for one person with a kitchenette and en-suite bathroom. I'm a big hiker and loved that the trail for Ten Mile Creek was very close by - a "must" if you want a picturesque walk! Although the place is quiet in a residential community, the major highways weren't that far away and easy to get to. As it is a basement suite (there are windows so you don't feel closed in at all), the room does stay chilly, so bring a sweater for the evenings. I would definitely stay with them again!

Profilo utente di Emily
Luglio 2016
Airbnb, I did not stay at this location. I was not available last minute due to a broken AC unit. I was offered a different rental that is rented out full time w/ one room left available for Airbnb guests private use. The main issue I had was that the cleaning for the shared space (kitchen, dining rm and bath) appears to be left up to the full time tenant. The bath tub and shower were gross, kitchen none too clean. It would be helpful to have a cleaning service in between Airbnb rentals if the host is not able to clean.
Profilo utente di Marilyn
Risposta di Marilyn:
This was Emily's first airbnb stay, and it is evident from her critical and inaccurate review that she neither understands nor appreciates the fact that she is renting a space in a private residence. When the air conditioning system at my family's farmhouse broke down in the middle of a summer heat wave, I offered her lodging in a beautiful furnished bedroom in my woodland cottage about a mile down the road on the other side of the lake, at the same cost as she was charged for the farm studio, although the airbnb listed price for the cottage suite is higher. The 20'x20' cottage bedroom has a queen size bed, real leather sofa, quality artworks, office area, walk-through closet, Scandinavian teak furnishings, upholstered wingback reading chair, Australian cypress hardwood floors, large windows and plentiful programmable lighting, ac and heating. It is beautiful, meticulously maintained, and has been very popular with our guests. So it is also with the shared dining area, laundry, kitchen and shower. I personally clean each of my airbnb rooms and all shared spaces prior to the arrival of any guest. In this case, I thoroughly cleaned the tub/shower, toilet, sink, and ceramic floor with clorox and "bubbles", laundered the white rugs, towels, and turkish bathrobe, and can certify that all were hygienic at the beginning of her four day visit. In addition, I provided a supply of large Parisian quality croissants, coffee, milk, fresh fruit, fresh eggs, yogurt, cereal, and additional pastries. Emily stated that she needed privacy and quiet, and asked not to be disturbed. Respectful of her wishes, I did not re-enter the suite during her tenure, but informed her that I was working in the adjacent building and that she could text me if she needed anything. My tenant in the second floor cottage room reserved that space for a month, and he has been a most gracious guest. As a former marine, he is extremely neat and tidy. Any user of the shared spaces is responsible for cleaning up after himself. During the three years that I have been an Airbnb host, this is the first time that a guest departed without leaving a note or saying good bye. I recognize that it is not possible to please everyone all the time, but this was a disappointing experience for me, and a hurtful one. Please note that this review refers to the woodland cottage suite and not for the farm studio.
Luglio 2016

Profilo utente di Jonas
Giugno 2016
Marilyn was a great host and the lodgings were wonderful. She actually offered us the option of an alternative rental (she has several available) for no extra charge when we arrived. Marilyn was full of amazing stories, both about her long family history in Boyds and her amazing background as a musician and artist. She was constantly cheerful and very helpful in answering our questions about places to hike and to visit in the area. She even stocked the kitchen with complementary breakfast items and coffee!

Profilo utente di Carla
Maggio 2016
I had a lovely time on the farm in Boyds! Marilyn told me before the trip that her daughter and son-in-law would be at the house in her stead, and they were terrific. Incredibly interesting people who gave me space but were definitely up for conversation if you were in the mood. The efficiency has a separate set of stairs that take you down to a private space with everything you need. There may be some food in the fridge and basic condiments, etc., but bring your own coffee and whatever else you'll need. I drove out to Germantown, about 15 minutes away from the house, and stocked up on what I needed. There is also a small grocery just a minute or so from the house. All in all, a great stay with kind and interesting people. I'm a city rat, so living on a farm with farm-y things was a real treat. I wish I'd had more time to explore!

Profilo utente di Mary
Maggio 2016
Can't say enough about my time with Marilyn, her family, and Boyd's. Instant friends, Marilyn went above and beyond in hospitality, comfort, and kindness. It's the perfect location. Within 5 minutes, you can be in town for dinner - then you hit this 'invisible line' back in Boyd's where you leave all the hustle and bustle behind and enough the peace and quiet of nature and beauty. I absolutely loved my time - and I absolutely love Marilyn and her family!

Profilo utente di Be
Ottobre 2015
Remote and pretty surroundings, but not very private. There were many people in and out of the space, and though they were all very kind and welcoming-it wasn't what I was looking for in an "entire house" booking. It's definitely a good deal for the price, but it wasn't what I was looking for.

Profilo utente di Wyatt
Settembre 2015
We spent the summer in Boyds with Marilyn and her family. I can hardly express how kind, generous, fun and caring they all are. The De Reggis are deep in our hearts as lifelong friends after this summer. They are fabulous people and great hosts!

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Boyds, Maryland, Stati Uniti · Membro dal Ottobre 2013
Profilo utente di Marilyn

I live in the small village of Boyds, Maryland, less than forty miles from the White House and the hustle and bustle of our nation's capital, on the shores of Little Seneca Lake and Black Hill Regional Park, where I offer travelers a variety of accommodations in family owned properties. I am a retired university professor, arts administrator, and professional musician who performed internationally and championed the works of living composers. After a hiatus of almost 25 years during which I cared for loved ones who suffered debilitating illnesses, I am now beginning to compose again and to teach piano and voice in my home studio. I was a founder of Strathmore Hall Arts Center and Foundation, InterArts Projects, the DeReggi InterArt Ensemble, and the Sistrum New Music Ensemble, and was honored with the Rufus Putnam Endowed Chair at Ohio University. As a vocalist, composer, and instrumentalist, I received hundreds of grants and commissions, and performed at festivals and concert halls both in the United States and Europe. I studied music in Paris, my husband was a Frenchman from the Cote d'Azur, and my son-in-law is from Normandy, so I quite naturally love to travel to that part of the world. I share ownership of the Boyd Bluff Farm in Buffalo County, Wisconsin, overlooking the mighty Mississippi River, and reunite with my extended family there from time to time. When our own three children had reached adulthood, my husband and I became surrogate parents of four children from Bali, and I co-directed the Bali in Boyds project and the Whratnala Gamelan over a period of six years. I have not yet traveled to Bali, but that is on my 'Bucket List'. My husband, a research physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology for more than thirty years, passed away in 2006. He was the best person I ever knew, and the love of my life. Immediately following his death, I was unable create music or art but found solace in the cultivation of native plants, heirloom vegetables and herbs. At one time, I grew more than 100 varieties of herbs, and am just now beginning to resurrect the garden and to craft products from its bounty. Our two sons and our daughter grew up in Boyds, where they and their families have remained to date, all living within a mile or two from me. Each family member contributes his or her unique talent and skill to our Mini-Mountain Enterprises. We enjoy sharing our homes and doing whatever we can to make our guests' visits memorable and enjoyable. In addition to enjoying the peace and quiet of country life, fishing and boating on the lake, hiking the many trails, and observing the plentiful wildlife, many of my guests visit the monuments, museums and concert halls of Washington DC, nearby state and national parks, and he many historical and cultural sites in the Mid-Atlantic Region, all within an hours' drive, including Gettysburg and the Amish country of Pennsylvania, Harpers Ferry in West Virginia, Baltimore, Frederick and Annapolis in Maryland, or Alexandria and Mount Vernon in Virginia.

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