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Yvette

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Age: 55
Gender: Male
Profession: teacher
Languages: English, French, German
About me:

My partner and I have three properties on the Connecticut shoreline, in Old Saybrook and Guilford. with easy access from both New York and Boston. We enjoy antiques and refurbishing historic homes and welcoming guests.

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Whole house

Beautiful five-bedroom, 2 full bath historic home on the Connecticut shoreline (sleeps 14)
Facilities
TV Wi-Fi Refrigerator Private bathroom Air Conditioning Breakfast Included
Double Bed Kitchen Access Near Gay Area Parking PC access Single Bed
Seasons
Low £399.58 £399.58 £3995.82 £399.58
High £479.50 £4794.98 £4794.98 £479.50
Overview
Historic home on the Connecticut shoreline in beautiful Old Saybrook. minutes to the beach and the boutiques, restaurants and cafes of the Town Green. built in 1780, it has been lovingly restored. The home is quiet and private, yet centrally located. It has two full baths, fireplace, a greenhouse and formal dining room. perfect also for week-end getaways from New York City. local attractions include beach, antiquing, boating, art galleries, local theater and more. Come enjoy the natural beauty and attractions of Connecticut!
Location
easy access from New York by train. minutes to the beach, Town Green and local attractions.
Important information
Pets are welcomed. We accept major credit cards (Mastercard and Visa). Payment in full upon booking is preferred. Check-in is 2 p.m. Check-out is noon.

High season is from Memorial Day (end of May) through Labor Day (early September).