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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"This Wolfeboro lake property provided the perfect venue for our extended weekend gathering of family and friends. Lake Winnipesaukee is one of our all time favorite vacation spots and we were very fortunate that this lakeside compound was available for our dates! We had ample room for all guests due to the 3 bedroom mainhouse (for the younger group) and adorable bunk house (for the early-to-bed senior set). Both buildings offered a kitchen. The expansive deck overlooking Winter Harbor Bay became "the place" for socializing. We rented a pontoon boat one day and the dock definitely came in handy.
A highlight of our stay was the fabulous nightime campfire, complete with marshmellows and s'mores.
We rented at the end of the season and needed to call the property manager for a couple of supplies that were running low. He was very professional, polite and quick to bring what we needed, so no problem there!
The only thing I could recommend is adding a toaster for the bunkhouse unit.
Perhaps there will be one when we return for another stay next summer! Thank you, Valerie:)"
Guest: Jane B.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 10, 2015
"We stayed at this house for one week in July 2015. We were a group of 8 with ages ranging from 55 to 14 years of age. The house is more run down than the photos show. It is in a great location with amazing views of the lake. The size of the house is perfect for large groups or multiple families, as well as the 3 bathrooms and well equipped kitchen. The draw backs include:
There is only one 19 inch old style TV in the whole house and no wireless internet. SWe brought a router after reading a previous review. A flat screen TV would be a great addition in the living area for rainy days and older folks who have a hard time seeing the small one that is there now. The porch furniture is terrible and uncomfortable and the living room couch and chair have seen better days.
Don't expect to use the fireplaces either, since they do not work.
The bed linens are a cheap 200 thread count and no beach towels are provided, so bring your own.
We own a vacation rental and feel with a few minor expenses, this could be a wonderful rental.
The on site care taker is awesome if you need anything!"
Guest: CaseybumDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 25, 2015
"My brother and a few friends stayed here in early spring of 2015. It was exactly what we were looking for....
A clean cottage, with easy access to the lake! The Converse family made us feel like home and when we left we had all felt that we had made some great friends and awesome memories. We look forward to returning next spring and I hope to return with my family this summer!!!!"
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 2, 2015
"Everything about The Cobbles is spectacular. The setting is secluded and natural - lots of space, beautiful trees, not overly manicured and quiet. The lake swimming is the best I've ever experienced. The amenities like the kayaks and canoes and tennis courts are a huge plus. The house is obviously well loved and cared for by the family - it's super clean, well tended, great water pressure, lots of room, lots of different spaces to read, commune with friends, take in the lake...and lots of bathrooms! I brought friends and my German Shepherd who was in heaven swimming and running and being free. We were close to Wolfboro and great day hikes. I stayed just a week, but could have easily spent a month there."
Guest: Mara D.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 1, 2015