Legend has it that this place was once the home of a pair of obscure but exceptional table-tennis players, who would fine-tune their spin-serves and rapidly flying returns day and night. Soon however, these paddle-wielding sportsmen felt drawn elsewhere and relocated to a remote village in the heart of the Orient. They left behind just three things, their two pong-tables, stripped of their nets, and the name of their glorious abode: The Pong-House.
Ever since then, many a fraternity brother has honored the memory of these players, by continuing to use their tables, not necessarily for ping-pong of course, but for a game that bears a similar name.
Sleeping ten with 3 bedrooms, the Pong House comes complete with a well-situated porch that sits across the street from the Bombay Shack and Pirate’s Cove. It also has a wide ranging great room, that accommodates all would celebrate the rich history of this classic abode
- Cable TV
- Full Kitchen