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We really enjoyed our 3-night stay here at the Gonstead Guest Cottage. Joyce and Phil are great hosts. We appreciated that they shared their knowledge of the area's attractions and restaurants with us. With an iPod full of music, some dvds to watch, and a...More
We stayed here on a fall road trip for a couple of nights. This is a truly unique experience, much better than a motel, and more private than a B&B. The cottage is an architect-designed marvel, a must for FLW fans. Our hosts were gracious...More
Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture will especially appreciate staying at Gonstead, a wonderful cottage inspired by the works of FLW.
Phil and Joyce were excellent hosts and made every effort to make our stay as enjoyable as possible. We especially appreciated their local knowledge...More
What a neat little get away. We were celebrating thread if a long soccer season and my wife and my birthday. Cute little cottage, very quiet and more importantly very restful. The owner was very pleasant in getting us checked in and set up. Just...More
We spent two nights over Labor Day weekend and were truly impressed with the authenticity of the cottage. It is all wood, stone and fabulous angles. A great get-away in a small town for people interested in Frank Lloyd Wright's style and architecture in general....More
The cottage is not air conditioned but is wide open in the summer time with fully operational windows on all sides. The guest cottage is set in the middle of a landscaped block with huge overhangs and stone thermal... More
The cottage is not air conditioned but is wide open in the summer time with fully operational windows on all sides. The guest cottage is set in the middle of a landscaped block with huge overhangs and stone thermal mass to moderate temperature swings day to night. for about four months in the winter the windows do not operate because the windows are locked behind the screens. The locks are necessary in the winter to keep the copper seals engaged to eliminate the drafts. The windows are custom, field built, irregular shaped cypress framed casement windows with brass screens that can't be upgraded to modern convenience without destroying the original intent.
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"Coffee is provided..brew you own on site then head into town and visit Schuberts for a great breakfast..."