Luxury in a Historical Landmark! August openings!

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Eminye imininingwane ihunyushwe ngokuzenzakalelayo.
Enter a by-gone era at our stonehouse, circa 1820~Unique architecture & history. Newly deemed a Historic Landmark in our town. Step back in time, yet enjoy an extremely comfortable bed and beautiful neighborhood with a park! Spring is great here!

Our summer calendar filled up quickly. But we still have August openings!

You will have private access to three bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms upstairs. The ground floor offers use of the dining/living room, foyer and 1/2 bath, "Rocker Room" (circa 1820) and "Vintage Kitchen" (1947).

All the bedrooms are outfitted with extremely comfortable, high end mattresses, including Saatva, Winkbed and Aireloom. We have dressed the beds with soft, cotton and hypoallergenic sheets, pillows and blankets. There are 2 full bathrooms upstairs with the bedrooms, with plenty of towels for you to use. Toilet paper, liquid hand soap & body wash are provided in each bathroom. Want to know more about the 3 bedrooms? Read on...

The Master King bedroom has a great king bed with 2 twins. The wood floors in this room are original soft pine from the 1860's & we are very proud of the refinishing job we did! There are vintage wooden shutters in this room that date to the early 1940's. One of the twin beds is in an "annex" room that was built as a sewing room. There is an ironing board built into the wall. It features a walk in closet. This room does not have air conditioning. We supply a large pedestal fan and a small table fan. So far, guests have said it is a comfortable temperature to sleep in with a nice cross breeze. This bedroom shares a hallway bathroom with the canopy room.

The middle bedroom is called the Rose Room after my daughter, who loves to paint roses, and you will see her artwork in that room. It has a queen bed and en suite bathroom. This room has a ceiling fan, and a window air conditioner. The older part of the house hosts the "Canopy Room", which has exposed original beams & a queen bed. This room was the servants quarters in the 1940's and still has a back stairway that empties very close to the kitchen. We ask that you not use these stairs, as they are very steep. In the early 1800's, this was probably where they entered the loft bedroom via a ladder. This room has a window air conditioner. The canopy room shares a hallway bathroom with the master king room.

The large dining/living room can be used to enjoy catered or take out food from 9 restaurants all within walking distance. The restaurants cover a spectrum of prices and meal choices, from a burger, pizza or gourmet plates. We can help you chose a restaurant and get a reservation for your weekend stay. We enjoy the feel of the room, with interesting furniture and lamps. There is a large dining table and it looks lovely set with the vintage dishes that you are welcome to use. Curious about the kitchen.....

The kitchen was installed in 1947, and it is unclear if there was a kitchen at all in the house before then. We are still looking into the history of the place. The Rocker Room adjoins the kitchen and has a large fireplace that probably was used to cook food. It is a really neat space and when we host parties, people enjoy hanging out in this small kitchen! You will probably want to take photos of the original brick floor and walls that date back to the early 1800's. The historical research tells us that the kitchen was formerly a milk processing room. You may use the kitchen for informal cooking, but we do not provide a stove top (yet!), & cooking utensils are minimal. There are several appliances you can use: 2 mini-fridges, vintage wall oven, microwave, keurig machine (coffee pods provided), toaster oven, crock pot, coffee pot (all sorts of coffee & sweeteners are provided). We have mugs, vintage dishes, bowls, silverware & wine glasses for you to use. There is no dishwasher, so you will need to wash the dishes you use and return them to the cupboards. I will provide common kitchen cleaning supplies, dish towels and trash bags. There are a few disposable cups and plates, but if you will be using a lot of disposable dishes, then you might want to pack some. We recently had a shef stay with us and she was able to create amazing meals for her family! If you request, I can provide a outside charcoal grill for you to use for picnic foods in the front of the house. There is an outdoor seating area, in the shade of lovely trees, with several chairs and a table.

We purchased the property 4 years ago, and spent 3.5 years restoring this unique house. The lower floor is solid 14" of limestone. That keeps the lower floor cooler in the summer! You will notice the thickness of the walls when you see the very deep window sills in the living room and kitchen. Speaking of windows, most of the glass panes are hand-blown in the late 1800's. It was painstaking work to replace broken panes with antique glass, and all the wood windows are reglazed and restored. It really is interesting to look through the glass! We have tried to decorate and incorporate furniture that are time period. I am not an antique expert, but you will feel like you are in another century when you are in the Rocker Room! We have acquired some antiques for the large living room, and there are several vintage books, magazines, decorations that were left at the house by the previous famous owners. When was the last time you read a magazine from the 40's! Our Clarence Honeyhouse is a restoration in progress, so you will see us working the grounds this spring as we continue to make improvements during the nicer weather. If you want to know the history of this home or know why we named it the Honeyhouse, just contact us!

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Clarence, New York, i-United States

There are many amenities within walking distance of our house! Nine restaurants , covering the full spectrum of dining, a small locally owned bowling alley, a doughnut bakery, a deli & a farmer's market (Saturday). A banquet hall in a beautifully renovated old church is 2 blocks away, with a brewery or a beer emporium a short drive in either direction.

The town park is across the street with several playgrounds, a pond and picnic areas. In the winter, there is a great hill for sledding. Bring your bike or your cross country skis so that you can enjoy the "Clarence Rails to Trails" bike paths nearby. Tillman Swamp is great for hiking.
History Buff? Then walk across the street to the Clarence History Museum and "Antique World" is a short ride up the hill.

We are a short drive from the Buffalo/Niagara Airport (15 min), Niagara Falls (45 min), & Several Buffalo Universities and Colleges (think Parent Weekend or Student Drop off). It takes less than 30 min on major streets and expressways to get to Downtown Buffalo hosting a wide variety of theatres, restaurants and nightlife. Drive to the East of us to reach Darien Lake Theme Park (25 min), Akron Falls (15 min), Batavia (30 min) and Rochester Area (60 min)

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We live a stone's throw from the Honeyhouse so we are only minutes or seconds away and will be readily available if you need anything. We will send you details for "contact-less check-in", or we can arrange to meet you there if you want a check-in tour from us. If you want to know the history of this house, or why we named it the "Honeyhouse", you will be quite entertained!
We live a stone's throw from the Honeyhouse so we are only minutes or seconds away and will be readily available if you need anything. We will send you details for "contact-less c…

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