Front of the houseYour side entrance


4 voyageurs

2 chambres

2 lits

1 salle de bain


4 voyageurs

2 chambres

2 lits

1 salle de bain

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Adultes
1
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Enfants
De 2 à 12 ans
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À propos de ce logement

Stone Mountain Nightly Lodging is nestled in Brownfield Center and is surrounded by the natural beauty of Maine's mountains, lakes and rivers. The house is a modernized historic Victorian built in 1880. The two private apartments each have everything you might need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. We are just a few miles from SMAC and just a mile from the AMC trail in the Burnt Meadow Mountains.


Voyage d'affaires
   Ce logement propose des équipements adaptés aux voyageurs d'affaires. 

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 33€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Réduction à la semaine : 24%

Description

Stone Mountain Nightly Lodging is nestled in Brownfield Center and is surrounded by the natural beauty of Maine's mountains, lakes and rivers. The house is a modernized historic Victorian built in 1880. The two private apartments each have everything you might need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. We are just a few miles from SMAC and just a mile from the AMC trail in the Burnt Meadow Mountains.

Stone Mountain Nightly Lodging is nestled in Brownfield Center and is surrounded by the natural beauty of Maine's mountains, lakes and rivers. The house is a modernized historic Victorian built in 1880. The two private apartments each have everything you might need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. We are just a few miles from SMAC and just a mile from the AMC trail in the Burnt Meadow Mountains. Located between the White Mountains and the Lakes Region of Western Maine we offer affordable and cozy comforts for your travel destination. If you are heading to a music concert up the road, walking up to the local pub, hiking Burnt Meadow Mountain out our back door or canoeing the Saco River around the bend we are here to make your stay the most enjoyable it can be.
Guests have a private entrance directly upstairs to two fully equipped apartments, one on the second floor and one on the third floor- you can rent one or both.
The second floor apartment has 2 bedrooms, one with a queen bed, one with a double bed, one bath and a combination kitchen, dining, living-room.
 
The third floor apartment has 3 bedrooms, two with a queen bed each and the largest bedroom  has a full size and twin size bed. There is one bath and a large kitchen/dining room.
 
Each floor features a TV and wireless internet with  Netflix and Amazon.
The second floor apartment has 2 bedrooms, one with a queen bed, one with a double bed, one bath and a combination kitchen, dining, living-room.
 
The third floor apartment has 3 bedrooms, two with a queen bed each and the largest bedroom  has a full size and twin size bed. There is one bath and a large kitchen/dining room.
 
 
There is a smoking area out on the side porch. Sorry we are not set up for pets.

The private side porch entrance takes guests directly upstairs to the second floor. You get the whole floor to yourself or you can have both floors if needed.

We live and work on the first floor.

The neighborhood is residential, within walking distance to a pub/restaurant, library as well as hiking in the mountains and swimming at Burnt Meadow Pond.

Local features just minutes away:

Stone Mountain Arts Center Music Venue
Shawnee Peak-Attitash and King Pine
AMC Trail to the top of Burnt Meadow Mountain
Cross country skiing and snowshoeing
Biking
Canoe Rentals on the Saco River
Burnt Meadow Pond
Fryeburg Performing Arts Center
Denmark Arts Center
Tai Chi/ Yoga
Natural Foods
Antique stores in Cornish
The Back Burner Restaurant
Reny’s in Bridgton
The Brownfield Bog
Outlet shopping in North Conway

You get the whole floor to yourself or you can rent both floors if needed.
Sorry, we do not allow pets or smoking inside. If you want to smoke, please enjoy the side porch or have a seat in the back yard
The address is 182 Main Street or use Stone Mountain House for navigation.
Don't depend on your cell phone's GPS in the mountains. Printing out a map for back-up is best.

THE BUILDING:
Second Empire:
Following the Civil War, a population explosion in the cities and towns of the northern and western United States naturally led to a huge demand for new housing. At the same time, house design books and building parts catalogues were becoming available nationally and streetcars and trains brought newer, more distant suburbs with space for large new houses within commuting distance of major cities. These factors along with a postwar industrial and economic energy resulted in the flowering of a variety of new architectural styles. Overall floor plans and forms became more varied and complex, with styles increasingly defined by the shapes of door and window openings and applied decoration at windows, doors, porches, and particularly front entries.

The Second Empire (or French Second Empire) style was considered to be the modern fashion of the late nineteenth century, mimicking the latest French building styles. Its distinctive mansard roof was named for an early French architect, Francois Mansart (), and was used extensively during the reign of Napoleon III (), France’s Second Empire. Exhibitions in Paris in 1855 and 1867 helped to popularize the style internationally. The mansard roof became particularly popular in urban areas where it provided a full attic story of living space and was also commonly used in remodeling older buildings.

Houses in the Second Empire style are essentially defined by this distinctive roof type, with other detailing reflecting a number of different fashions (most commonly Italianate details) or even a combination of several different styles. The second empire style was used for many public buildings during the Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant () and is therefore sometimes referred to as the General Grant style. The Second Empire style rapidly faded from popularity following the panic of 1873 and subsequent economic depression.

Geographic Range:
This style was most popular in the northeastern and midwestern states and less common on the Pacific Coast or in the southeastern United States. Second Empire townhouses were particularly popular in urban areas where the mansard roof provided a full upper story of usable attic living space.

Typical Features:

Mansard (dual-pitched) roof with dormer windows on steep, lower slope; roof profile can be straight, flared, or curved; colored roof shingles and slate or tin tiles form decorative patterns
Molded cornices bound lower roof slope above and below
Decorative brackets beneath eaves
Beneath roofline decorative details are usually similar to Italianate (windows, doors, and porch details), though also may find details suggesting other styles
Typically square or L-shaped blocks of between two and four stories
One or two-story bay windows common
Full porches common
Tall first-story windows; elaborate window surrounds (arched, hooded, pedimented, or dentiled)
Tall chimneys
Typically stone but also brick or wood frame with clapboard siding
High-Style Elaborations:

Rectangular or square towers, usually centered on the front façade, less commonly at junction of main block and L-shaped wing.
Ornate cast-iron cresting at roof ridges and tower


Règlement intérieur

Check in is 3:00
Check Out is 11:00
No Smoking
No Pets
Relax and enjoy your stay.


Annulations

Flexibles

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

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Profil utilisateur de Amy
décembre 2016
Great stay! Quiet and comfortable. Kitchen is pretty basic so wouldn't plan on doing much cooking there.

Profil utilisateur de Nurit
octobre 2016
in one word - perfect. perfect location, as Rebeca says "one hour from the Mountains and one hour from the ocean". very very nice appartement, clean and warm, with everything one may need. above all - lovely couple! very friendly and enjoying to help.
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Réponse de Rebecca & Bradford :
Thank you two, again. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting you and talking with you. Rebecca
octobre 2016

Profil utilisateur de Chip
octobre 2016
We had a nice time staying at Stone Mountain House. Brad was a very friendly and communicative host and the apartment was cozy and well furnished. The property is in a good location with lots of great activities relatively close by. The frustrating part of our stay was the fact that the floorboards are very creaky. The people staying on the third floor got up early and we were woken up from hearing them walk around. Also, any time you move in the double bed it made a loud creaking noise and has a slight sag in the middle of it. Overall, these weren't huge inconveniences, but something to be aware of.

Profil utilisateur de Crystal
octobre 2016
The place is better than what is shown on the picture. I'm totally thrilled by all the handmade mugs and jars in the cabinet. Artistic. There are some maps and travel guide provided as well. We woke up to the beautiful yellow leaves outside (arrived late the night before... so didn't notice what's outside). Bradford was very nice to us that he even drew a map for us to go to the Kanc highway. Just a tip for those who use GPS (or bad GPS) like I did and didn't pay attention of what's the name of this house is (no cellphone reception there), there is not a number outside the house or on the mailbox. But there is a pretty big sign saying 'Stone Mountain House'.

Profil utilisateur de Joseph
octobre 2016
Place was very cozy and Rebecca was very welcoming when I arrived. Was right near everywhere I had to be as I had a busy weekend at a friend's wedding. Place was perfect.

Profil utilisateur de Lorna
octobre 2016
Rebecca and Brad were great hosts and greeted us warmly when we arrived and showed us everything we needed to know about the apartment. The location was very good and less than 10 miles from several surrounding towns with a variety of restaurants. They provided excellent dining suggestions and even made reservations for us. The apartment was comfortable and very clean. Thanks so much.

Profil utilisateur de Alexandria
octobre 2016
Enjoyed our stay! Would book again!

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Brownfield, Maine, États-Unis · Membre depuis mai 2009
Profil utilisateur de Rebecca & Bradford

We are both artists and work in the Gallery and Frameshop in the front of the building. The building is an extension of the Gallery and is filled with artwork from all over the world. The gallery also has a book selection as well as beautiful candles for sale from Lancaster. Pennsylvania. Please stop in during your stay.

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