Loved getting away from the city and staying in the country at Jamie's place. Check-in was a breeze, with Jamie's father John meeting us, giving us a tour, and making sure we had everything we needed. He would check in with us during our stay to ask if everything was okay and if we needed help with anything at all. The place was plainly furnished but cozy and comfortable, and we had everything we needed, from extra blankets in the bedrooms (which were not needed with temperatures in the 80s), basic kitchen furnishings to cook a meal, TV with a few children's movies to keep our toddler entertained, to a few breakfast staples in the fridge, which were not expected but definitely appreciated, and we definitely enjoyed the fresh fruit, juice, milk, and meat and cheese place from the local deli.
As stated, there is no cable, cell service, or wifi at the house (John noted that wi-fi was available near the main house in the firepit area), but we brought plenty to entertain ourselves, and it was nice to unplug from it all for a few days. The driveway can be a bit tricky to find in the dark, so make sure you have directions printed out beforehand or plan on arriving during the daylight hours. We liked the new couch that was placed in the living area, and according to John, the new pictures will be up soon. Place was quiet, hosts were the most gracious and helpful innkeepers you could ask for, and we thought it was a great value! John even told us that since no one was checking in on our departure date, we were free to check out later than usual, and even though we didn't take advantage of that, it was very generous for him to offer that to us.
Get away from the city, relax in the country, visit Knoebels or the Bloomsburg Fair if they are open while you are in town, watch the deer in the yard, and see how the stars really look at night without the effects of city light pollution. Jamie, his family, and his house are all assets to the AirBnb community, and travelers should stay here if they have the chance!