The Protz family first constructed this home in rural Connecticut after fleeing the forward march of German troops during the Second World War. Convinced that the war would soon be coming to America, Mr. Protz constructed his home to act as a sort of fortress - In today's terms we wouldn't hesitate to call him a "prepper". You'll stay in the family's lower level, which before being converted to an in-law apartment served as the family's air raid shelter.
The home is located alongside a scenic Christmas tree farm and is walking distance from the local winery. The apartment is a single level with no thresholds making for easy walking. Two bedrooms (queen & twin) are available in addition to pull-out sectional. A large dining space, full kitchen, and spacious living room are perfect for relaxing. Everything within the apartment is available for visitor to use, including fridge, stove, kitchen appliances and utensils, washer & dryer, TV. No cable or wifi available.
Accès des voyageurs
Kitchen and living room is open to guests to use as their own. No guests permitted onto upper level.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Interaction is as needed. Host lives just around the corner and is available for any special requests, problems, or questions but does not live on site.
Driveway is shared with upstairs tenants. Guests and visitors should not block access to tenant's barn. No access to upstairs level.
- Events and parties must be requested in advance
- Guest agrees to pay any excessive damages to property