It’s open from Memorial Day through
Labor Day: a collection of 100 small, whitewashed cottages in a bucolic setting less than one and a half hours from New York City.
The same family has owned the colony since
1942 and things feel like they haven’t changed very much since then. There’s a lake and a pool, screened-in porches,
tree-swings and a day camp for the kids. What’s missing? PLAYDATES, because the kids just run around – safely
– all day. The way kids used to.
A bungalow rents for about $4000 each summer
and you can rent the same bungalow year after year (and keep your stuff in it over the winter).
We love the place because it’s old-fashioned,
low-key and unpretentious. The Hamptons
it’s not. Okay, so the bungalows (one- and two-bedroom) are kind of small. If you’re looking for marble countertops
and spa-style bathrooms, you will be disappointed. But if you’re looking for a lot of grass where your kids can play,
your hotdogs can grill and your friends can visit for a hammock kind of day, you may want to check it out.
We think of it as our little slice of paradise. Maybe you will, too. If you’d like
to, contact us at: