At Lake-Cook Rd/Rt 53 entrance ramp connecting to I-53, I-90, I-355.
Georgian home nestled on serene acre of land, next to Buffalo Creek Forest Preserve, surrounded by bike trails, wild life, shopping, grocer & cinema. Private room, king bed.
Located at Rt. 53 entrance ramp & Lake-Cook Rd.
Join us in our Georgian style home nestled on a serene acre of land, just minutes from downtown Historic Long Grove.
We offer a private room within our personal family home. Over 300 sq. ft. FIRST FLOOR room with bay window, KING-SIZED bed, small desk, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, small hanging rack. SECOND FLOOR private bathroom and use of first floor shared half-bath.
This room accommodates 2 people in the same bed.
Parking: Circular driveway allows for off street parking.
Our cozy location is set on a country road. As you gaze out the bay window enjoying your morning coffee, you may catch a glimpse of deer sprinting across the lawn. Nature enthusiasts may want to head out to the forest preserve which is just around the corner. Groomed trails are frequented by walkers, runners and bicyclers.
City life surrounds the community with quaint shops, live theater, shopping malls, grocery stores, and cinema near by. Seasonal fairs, festivals, nightly (summer) lawn concerts and farmers markets through the autumn months are held each weekday and weekend in surrounding suburbs.
Located approximately 35 miles from downtown Chicago with excellent public transportation to the city via train. Several stations within 15 minutes with hourly scheduled trains and increased service during rush hours. If driving to the city is your preferred choice, we're only 5 minutes from the expressway.
Our Northwest Suburban residence is only a 15 minute drive to Schaumburg, home of the Schaumburg Conference Center, Woodfield Shopping Center, IKEA, and the Streets of Woodfield. After a few hours of shopping or a day at a convention, continue your evening with casual or fine dining at "Big Bowl", "Biaggi's", "Maggiano's" or Chicago pizza at "Uno's." For electronic fun, "Game Work's" offers everything from pinball to virtual roller coasters. The children will love "LegoLand Discovery Center" which is only a few doors away.
Also in Schaumburg, just 3.5 miles west of the Convention Center, experience life in the Middle Ages at Medieval Times! Ironclad knights on white horses battle for the title of King's Champion while the audience cheers between bites of a four-course dinner.
Just 15 minutes to the east of our home, you'll find live theater at the Marriott Lincolnshire. Continue another 15 minutes north for a day of thrills at Six Flags Great America! Open daily with extended hours during summer. During autumn, catch some thrills and chills at Fright Fest! Open weekends through Halloween. Closed in winter.
If you're looking for bargains, drive an additional 15 minutes north of Six Flags to Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets. With 90 outlet stores, you'll find something for everyone at great prices with low retail tax!
CHICAGO! Hot town, summer in the city! Spectacular events surround the city and suburbs. The Magnificent Mile shimmers with excitement! Fine arts, culture, shopping and extraordinary events along Michigan Avenue are plentiful! Absorb the sights, sounds and excitement of special activities all year round. With a Chicago CityPass, you can enjoy our famous museums for multiple days at one price.
Plan a Girl's Getaway to a spa and shopping Michigan Avenue's Mag Mile with a stop at the Art Institute and Millennium Park's famous Cloud Gate "Bean;" stroll the new Maggie Daley Park, a magnificent lakefront recreation center, and conclude your day with a relaxing free (summer) classical concert at the Pritzker Pavilion. Millennium Park has so much to offer!
Special for children, the American Girl Store has a wonderful theatrical program serving lunch and dinner, and fabulous shopping. For boys, the Lego Store is just around the corner. Children of all ages will love Maggie Daley Park! Multiple playgrounds, rock climbing walls, mini-golf and more! Located at Michigan & Randolph.
Navy Pier is a hub of entertainment. There you'll find the Children's Museum, amusement rides, architectural boat tour excursions on Lake Michigan, dining, and unique shopping. Free concerts, festivals and street fairs are continuous throughout the city.
Plan your fall excursions now! Whether visiting for pleasure or business, we look forward to hosting you!
Please check our calendar for availability, and the amenities before booking. Also note, we have 1 dog (restricted access). If you are allergic, we regret that Cozy Urban Country Home is not for you.
Key provided. Kitchen is available for microwave/light meals. Mini-fridge in room.
Общение с гостями
We're an active family and may not be available to socialize, but welcome a chat when we are!
Другие важные подробности
FIRST floor bedroom, SECOND floor private bathroom.
Full-sized bed: 52" wide, accommodates 2. Additional room available with twin bed for those who wish to have their own bed or for 3rd guest. Please note that this room is an additional fee which may fluctuate seasonally. Please inquire for Airbnb link to view photos, pricing and to reserve.
Dog does not have run of the house. As a courtesy to our guests, she is restricted to a room off of the kitchen. Regretfully, we cannot accommodate guest's pets.
Water source is a private well.
No smoking on premises - inside or outside.
Linen, towels, toiletries and hairdryer provided.
Park in circle driveway on black top, not on sidewalk, directly in front of red door only.
Bed linen, including mattress and pillow protectors, are fresh within 24 hours of check-in time. To ensure freshness for new guest, please do not remove bedding at check out.
Registered guests only.
Meals not provided.
Kitchen available for microwave cooking.
Mini-fridge in room.
No pets allowed.
Если вы отменяете бронирование за 7 дней до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем 50% суммы бронирования. Если вы отменяете бронирование меньше чем за 7 дней до поездки, то деньги не возращаются.
Alex is a mechanical engineer with an MS from U. of I. Sandra has a BA from Elmhurst College and from Harrington College of Design. She is currently a Local Coordinator with the Center for Cultural Interchange.