The Old Homestead Pond
Old Homestead C1800 farmhouse, mountain views
5 huéspedes
3 dormitorios
3 camas
1,5 baños
5 huéspedes
3 dormitorios
3 camas
1,5 baños
Indica el número de adultos.
Indica el número de niños.
De 2 a 12
Indica el número de bebés.
Menos de 2
Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 5. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
No se hará ningún cargo de momento

The Old Homestead is close (1 and 1/2 miles) to the downtown area of Berkeley Springs with the state park, spas, shops, and restaurants. The house is set in a large shaded area above two ponds and rolling fields with a view of Sleepy Creek Mountain. Built around 1800, the house had rooms added in about 1850.


Personas adicionales Sin cargo
Gastos de limpieza 26 €
Descuento por semana: 15%
Precio de fin de semana 139 € / noche
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Lugares para dormir
Dormitorio 1
1 cama individual
Dormitorio 2
1 cama de matrimonio
Dormitorio 3
1 cama de matrimonio grande

Normas de la casa

See House Rules in orange pamphlet in kitchen. Two night minimum stay. Five guests are maximum. No more than five may stay. You may bring up to two dogs and will be charged a one time $25 fee each. Please bring dog dishes, bedding, etc. Pets are not allowed on furniture and must be controlled. Please do dishes before you leave and shut windows.



Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del coste del resto de noches.

Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Detector de monóxido de carbono
Extintor de incendios

Estancia mínima de 2 noches

20 evaluaciones

Perfil de usuario de Diego
Agosto de 2017
Beautiful old farm house, a great part of history. We couldn't be any happier and pleased with our host Mrs. Constance. She's very welcoming sweet and only cares about making your stay the best it can be. The house has everything you'll need to make it a wonderful stay. The fire pit was great, and biking and fishing along the farm was the icing on cake. We were extremely satisfied with our stay.

Perfil de usuario de Sandy
Agosto de 2017
Lovely old house full of history. On lovely grounds we walked and fished in the pond. Relaxing, recharging time in beautiful West Virginia.
Perfil de usuario de Sally
Respuesta de Sally:
So glad you enjoyed your time at the Old Homestead. Hope you all return soon.
Agosto de 2017

Perfil de usuario de Matthew
Agosto de 2017
Very close to Cacapon Resort State Park and Berkeley Springs. We were able to go hiking and enjoy the baths. Recommend!

Perfil de usuario de Raquel
Julio de 2017
The 1800 Homestead is a wonderful place to get some R&R and enjoy beautiful Berkley Springs. Our family loved the history of this beautiful, well kept home. Sally pays close attention to the details and made our stay so enjoyable. She was quick to respond to any call or message we sent. The property is lovely! Our children loved playing in the yard, watching the birds eating from the bird feeder and feeding the fish. We all feel very blessed to have had such a relaxing and fun get away. Thank you Sally for making our stay so comfortable and refreshing!

Perfil de usuario de Deb
Julio de 2017
We really loved staying in the old farmhouse. We sat outside each morning and each evening. Very generous that almost all supplies were readily available. The kids absolutely loved the pond. The seclusion was great too. Close enough to town but back in by itself. We definitely are already talking about returning next year. My son says that the house is very nice and he loves how old it is! Just the furnishings inside are absolutely beautiful.

Perfil de usuario de Cynthia
Julio de 2017
Four of us spent a long weekend July 7-10 at the Old Homestead, and had a magical time. Rustic, yes, but very very clean and everything functioning. Charming, traditionally crafted (wonderfully so) historic home situated on a hillside with a sloping view down through a field of alfalfa and timothy grass to a large pond (a big orange Moby Koi lives there with some large catfish pals)-- the path from house to pond mowed and alive with crickets and butterflies. Tree-filled side yard mown, too, with chairs and a fire pit -- firefly orchestra of light from grass up through trees every night. Shady side porch never bothered by bugs and a comfy hammock tied up under the trees. Clouds of gnats in the yard, but hey, it's the country! Beds comfortable, small A/C units in windows very helpful but not needed all that much because of the shade and mountain breezes. We slept with the windows opened. Sally remarkably responsive and patient with my questions. A quick 5 minute drive from town. GREAT dinner at Lot 12 Public House (make reservations), super-restorative "taking of the waters" at the Roman Bath House, farmer's market on Sunday. Hoping to return for autumn colors.

Perfil de usuario de Mark
Julio de 2017
This is a restored farm house dating back to 1800. It has been thoughtfully and thoroughly updated, without losing the original feel and charm this house has. The rooms are well appointed and very nicely decorated. The front porch is great for enjoying the quiet countryside; we spent a lot of time there. The pond nearby is stocked with koi (and has small fish, we think bass of some sort). It was fun feeding the fish. There is a great golf course nearby (Cacapon) and we made short day trips to Harpers Ferry, Antietam Battlefield, and Paw Paw Tunnel. Nice farmers market in Berkeley Springs on Saturdays. The hosts (Sally and Constance) are truly great to work with. The photos accurately reflect the look and feel of the house and property. We felt that this rental was a great value; we give it the highest recommendation.

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, Estados UnidosSe registró en Mayo 2016
Perfil de usuario de Sally

I am a fiction writer and a retired English teacher. I write about this area of West Virginia,and have three published books. My husband bought the farm in the 1960s and did the renovation. Much of his work is still part of the house (paneling in living room and some of the wooden hand-made furniture). The old part of the house was built in 1800; the addition in about 1850. The early owners have given me much information, old photos, plans,etc., which is available. Copies of some of the original deeds and the land grant are hanging in the house.

Recently my daughter, Constance Dowrick, has become a co-host and will be assisting with management of the Old Homestead.

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