Of course you have to start with the view. Sit on your porch, look out at the Thimble Islands, and watch the tide surge. You'll hear mostly birds and breeze on the quiet dead-end street. But also look behind you, over your left shoulder. Stony Creek village is a block away — puppet theatre, library, pizzeria, ice cream, people-watching. You’re in the middle of it all. Mix that proximity with the smell of the sea breeze and the chirps from your back yard, and you have the best of all worlds.
There are two small bedrooms and one bath. It has a fully equipped kitchen and table large enough to sit 6. The small balcony off the front bedroom has a fabulous view of Long Island Sound and the Thimble Islands. We are located on a small, quiet dead end street with access to the water just across the street. Bring your fishing pole, kayak or canoe and enjoy the gorgeous coastline. There are beautiful walks both on the shore and through the marshland. There are two restaurants in walking distance, and It's all delightful!
Acesso dos hóspedes
I live nearby and my work schedule is flexible, so we'll arrange access in a way that fits your schedule and mine.
Interação com os hóspedes
I've lived in Stony Creek for 30 years and I have never stopped loving it, so I'm nearby if you need help with anything.
If you feel history oozing from this 1840s Victorian charmer's walls, there's a reason for that. Ayn Rand wrote "Fountainhead" in this house in 1943. (Yes, we'll leave a copy for you to peruse.) Guided boat tours are available nearby that describe the history of the area. Captain Kidd may have buried his treasures somewhere around here. (Nobody's found it yet!) Tom Thumb lived on one of the nearby Thimble Islands about when the house was being built.
- Reserved parking for one car, more available a block away
- Out of respect for neighbors, no loud noise after 10 PM