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"The house itself is awesome, spacious and extremely comfortable with all the amenities! Our Sheltie was in seventh heaven in and out of the lake, in canoes and kayaks! The fishing was fun not only out in the boats but right from the dock! We cooked in most of the time in the state of the art kitchen and great grill. Dinner on the deck each night was spectacular! So was coffee in the morning! We will be visiting this house again perhaps during the winter!"
Guest: BurbDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 31, 2015
"We chose this location as it was close to our son's camp, and we loved it.
The area is beautiful, the house was great, and the screened in porch was perfect for sitting and enjoying the sound of the brook while reading when the day was done.
It was 100°+ for the first couple of days we were there. There is one window a/c in the master bedroom on the first floor. We just kept the doors closed to the upstairs, and our son slept on the couch. It cooled the downstairs enough to be comfortable. We're also from FL, so this was not a big deal for us. May want to consider this if you need central air. The next few nights it was more than cool enough to keep the windows open.
Yes, a few things need to be updated, but everything worked just fine. We were barely in the house anyway, as we went traveling around. Crotched mountain is right down the road, as is a small beach (we really didn't want to go swimming though). I suggest you walk around the towns of Peterborough and Keene, and drive a little further south to visit Cathedral of the Pines. The twin mountains were close enough for a short day trip. Brattleboro, VT is also close by. There is cable and.WI-FI, which is great as cell service is spotty, even on our Verizon phones.
My cons, couldn't really find any. I am used to older houses, so the steep stairs didn't really surprise us, as that's just the way these old homes are. We did have a small issue first day, and the owner was quick to take care of it. We recommended this home to family and friends. We've also decided if our son goes back to camp next year, we'll gladly rent the home again. It was perfect for our four night stay."
Guest: Valerie o.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 6, 2015
"Our family thoroughly enjoyed our week long stay at this beautiful country estate in the Monadnock Region of NH. It was an ideal location for us to visit our local relatives in southern NH and attend a larger family reunion at the Vermont Academy, just across the river in Saxtons River, Vermont. The house has plenty of room and gorgeous country decor. We spent much of our time enjoying “rolling hill” views on the large front porch. Evenings were spent cooking s’mores around the camp fire or relaxing in the hot tub following a day of hiking. This place truly made us feel at home. The owners were wonderful to work with and responded to any of our questions in a very timely manner. We will keep this place in mind for future trips back to New England."
Guest: Kent B.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 9, 2015