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The house boasts thick stone walls, deep window sills, and the original walk-in fireplace. The Second floor guest rooms have their original numbers. A clapboard addition was put on the back of the house in the 1940's. This pre-revolution house invites you to take a step back and unwind with your family and friends.

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
1 queen bed
Bedroom 4
2 single beds
Bedroom 5
1 queen bed, 1 couch
Common spaces
1 sofa bed, 1 couch

The space
Bathrooms: 2.5
Bedrooms: 5
Beds: 7
Check In: 2PM - 10PM
Check Out: 11AM
Room type: Entire home/apt
Self check-in: Lockbox


Extra people No Charge
Cleaning Fee $380 CAD
Security Deposit $633 CAD
Weekly Discount: 10%
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House Rules

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Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Safety card
Fire extinguisher

On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

6 Reviews

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Judy User Profile
September 2017
great escape from the city location is convenient to the rest of the town and the house itself is beautifully renovated and clean.

Devon User Profile
August 2017
Very neat house with cool fire pit and trail through the woods

Tony User Profile
August 2017
This roomier than it looks 1700s-era stone house is right in the middle of the Delaware Water Gap Recreational Area, with all its natural beauty. Twelve of us ranging in age from 9 to 70+ fit neatly in its lovingly updated and beautifully appointed rooms (just as gorgeous as it looks from Air BnB photos). Loved the long dining room table, the well laid out kitchen with all the cutlery and china we needed, the really nice stone firepit, and the yard where we set up a badminton net for fun. The owner's wife is an accomplished wildlife artist and a couple dozen of her paintings on all the walls make the house a sort of gallery -- very special. I will caution those of you who live lives as cosseted as ours, though the upstairs bedrooms have good overhead fans, and there are two other floor fans for downstairs, an August weekend can get stuffy, especially if you close the windows to dull the constant zoom-zoom of the cars on the road just outside the front door. That said, we really enjoyed ourselves -- winery visits, swimming just 15 minutes down the hill on the Delaware River, waterfalls everywhere, and my son even won a 5-K one morning. Having this historic home available on Air BnB is a gift -- check out the walk-in fireplace, for instance. One last comment, if you're worried about staying in an old house, don't be. This home is rock solid and modernized. The floors don't even creak, and at one point maybe 8 of us were on the wifi at once without a hiccup. Fun!

Mark User Profile
July 2017
We housed 12 people for our wedding and they were very happy with the house. I would recommend it without reservation.

Moizuddin User Profile
July 2017
We had a great time at this place. The host was very friendly and communicated really well. We had no issues at the place. Overall its worth the money you spend.

Kristen User Profile
May 2017
Overall an amazing pre-revolutionary house! It's beautifully decorated, and is large enough to comfortably fit our group of 10 people. The house is also great for a group of couples since there are so many rooms. It's very spacious, especially the dining room where we gathered often. The beds are comfortable and the host provides you with linens. The bathrooms are clean and towels are also provided. The kitchen is fully stocked with dishware and pots and pans. There's a nice propane grill outside of the house with a large table for everyone to gather around. We really enjoyed this space and spent most of our time in this area. There's also a firepit to the side of the house which we used and really enjoyed. Definitely make s'mores when you're here! :) The house is close to the road and next door to a pub, but is conveniently located near restaurants, bars and a grocery store. It's also near many places where you can go biking, rafting, and hiking. We stayed in the summer and went hiking in bushkill falls which was 10 minutes away. It's close to camelback mountain which is 30 mins away for those who want to go skiing/snowboarding in the winter. Seth was such a wonderful host and was so easy to communicate with. He was easily reachable and is SO NICE. I'm so glad to have stayed in his house. He put a lot of work into the house and you can tell he really made the effort to keep the house as accommodating to guests as possible. I would definitely recommend staying here! (My husband said he wishes he could live here).

Joined in March 2017
Seth User Profile

Seth Hastings Richards and Patricia A Griffin are the present owners of Hastings 1763. Seth is an artisan of stone, wood, and plants and Patricia an International Wildlife Artist.

They also own and operate Richards Tree Farm home and garden center, Griffin Gallery artist studio and workshop, and Brick Church Bat Sanctuary, a nursery and research location for 300 plus big brown bats.

Conservation, enrichment and preservation are combined passions. They raise and harvest 60% of their food at home, with their daughter and a melange of animals. They supply the local community with organic solutions to edible and ornamental gardening at the garden center.

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