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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

Recent New Hampshire reviews

  • Great Stay

    "Very clean & the owner is a great guy! He was very accommodating and responsive! This is definitely the best place we've stayed over the years we'd been going there - 7 years straight. Thanks Lee & family"
    Guest: Sue G. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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  • Nice Place

    "Everything was as it should be. Including linens would be a great addition."
    Guest: William D. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • Great spot!

    "This was a wonderful and easily accessible location. Maureen's condo is clean and comfortable. The bed and sofa were both extremely comfortable for sleeping. We loved the gas fireplace! From the little kitchen and dining area, we had everything we needed for cooking to eat in. Beautifully decorated and overall a great stay. Thanks, Maureen!"
    Guest: Jessica R. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Beautiful log cabin

    "I will list the pros and cons but note that even though I list cons I would definitely stay again and it doesn't effect my rating. We stayed a full week. Pros 1. The cabin is beautiful. The downstairs basement is a great place to relax with adults or send the kids down to get some peace and quiet. 2. All of the appliances are nice and work well. The laundry is on the main level which is nice but we had to hunt for it as it was in a closet. 3. The beds are SUPER comfy and all of the bedding is warm. 4. The mud room for all of the gear was great to store all of our stuff at night. 5. The fireplace had a wood stove insert and made the house toasty warm. There was ample firewood. 6. We comfortable slept 6 without a problem. 7. The owner left a nice note with a bottle of wine on our arrival. 8. Private location. 9. Owners are responsive if you need them. Cons 1. This place is not equipped for handicaps. The stone stairs are extremely difficult to navigate and there are no hand rails. Snow slides down from the roof and covers the steep walkaway and you are left to shovel it out. 2. The driveway is extremely curvy and steep. In the winter months it could be tough to get up if you don't have s SUV. You are akso told to park all the way at the bottom down the road if it snows for plowing. It can make for a long walk up to the house. 3. Trash removal is a pain. You are responsible for bringing your trash to the recycling center and while it is down the road the hrs are short during the day. If you ski you will never make it whether early or late during the day. Also it is not open all days. We were forced to bring home 8 bags of trash! 4. There are many rules. You receive an elborate manual when you check in. 5. There are searches of all of your online social media even after deposit has been secured. While I understand verifying who is staying at the home, it can seem invasive. 6. We attempted to use the parking pass at Loon Mountain but it was not clear we couldn't use it for skiing. After we found the parking level and then went into the lodge to get a special parking card to get in, we were quickly ushered out by a parking attendant indicating it was only for spa use. It might have been stated in the manual left for us and I glazed over it. We didn't end up using the spa but good to know it was available. 7. There's a gun range at the home next door. While this didn't bother us, it might for some w small kids. 8. GPS isn't correct. Keep driving"
    Guest: Kelly H. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 25, 2017
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