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Recent Peacham reviews

  • Tranquil

    "We had such a nice stay at the Lake. The lake is definitely small, but beautiful and serene. And voices sure do carry. The house has all the comforts of home. Kichen fully stocked, although I had a hard time making pancakes because I forgot to buy butter or cooking spray. TV room is a nice spot to hangout at night after sun goes down with lots of TV channels. . You want to enjoy the view of lake downstairs for as long as daylight provides. We could not get cell phone coverage at lake with our Verizon carrier, and had sporadic Internet coverage. Beds are comfy, my teens used the full size bed and bottom bunk of bunk beds in thd 2ND bedroom. We opted to use towels/linens provided at house so we wouldn't have to pack towels and sheets. Just have to wash at end of stay. We were there for 4 nights and experienced beautiful sunny weather, cloudy day, and a rainy day. We kept busy every day. Mornings we'd enjoy our coffee looking out on the lake or sitting out on the nice deck. There's also a nice lawn area with a few Adirondack chairs to sit. The nice weather days we just relaxed at the lake, swam, floated around in the inner tubes (provided), and paddled around in the kayak and canoe (provided). My husband and son fished on the lake too, (fishing poles provided). Also played a little bocce ball (provided). On the rainy day we went into town and ate at a small Mexican restaurant with a bar, food was OK, nothing great, we asked our server what she would recommend on a rainy day, she suggested a little shopping on Main St, in Littleton and visit to the Candy store there, which we did. It was a very quaint town close by. The cloudy day we were lazy and got a late start and decided to hike to the farm nearby which was recommended in the literature provided, beware no trail signs, and many forks in the trail, we ended up using our GPS on phone and made it to the farm. Not sure if this hike is private property since we came across a few Posted no fishing, hunting, trespassing signs. Probably 1 1/2 hrs overall but we may not have taken the most direct route. By the time we returned weather was perfect for a swim and some more fishing. We also visited Village pizza for some pizza and wings on the last night . The trip wasn't complete until we visited Slicks ice cream for some Grandma's apple pie ice cream! Yum. Overall a wonderful stay which provided some nice family time with the teens. Thanks for sharing your gem on the lake."
    Guest: Dena B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • Heaven with view

    "With small grandchildren living in Vermont and us living in Idaho, this was the perfect location for a month long visit to Vermont. From the first contact with the owners everything was perfect. When we arrived in mid September everything exceeded out expectations. This is a very beautiful property and the views are out of this world. Being able to watch the transition of colors was more that we had ever experienced. The peace and quiet of the area was very relaxing and the small grandsons loved playing in the yard with the tire swing and exploring the trails and roasting marshmallows in the fire pit. We enjoyed our visits with Dan the care taker and going to all the small towns around the area. Our Bichon loved watching all the black cats with white stripes (on leash of course), deer, turkeys, porcupines and many large hawks. The plaque on the front gate says it all. "Once in a Blue Moon". I hope our health holds so that we can return to the property again someday."
    Guest: Jerry,Gloria & Auggie Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 21, 2015
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  • Absolutely perfect vacation home!

    "Our family of seven spent four nights at this lovely vacation home and our only complaint was it wasn't enough time to enjoy everything it had to offer! Our 82 year old Dad loved relaxing and enjoying the beautiful view. The grandkids (ages 7 & 9) had a blast fishing and the nearby beach and clubhouse entertained them for hours. At night we marveled at the stars and lightning bugs and after sleeping soundly we all woke up to the peaceful sounds of birds. Everyone had plenty of space and the kitchen was incredibly well equipped with everything we needed to make meals and snacks. (Stock up at the Shaw's in Littleton, NH) On the one day it rained we all played board games and the kids found Calvin & Hobbes books in the children's room so everyone was relaxed and cozy. Liz was a wonderful host in answering emails prior to our visit and available to answer questions via phone. When it was time to leave the entire family only needed to ask her one question, "is it too early to book for next year?""
    Guest: Kellie C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 18, 2016
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  • Location, Location, Location

    "When you approach from the road you'll see a house on top of a hill ... and yes that's it! It is comfortable, spacious, well equipped, with large panoramic windows that afford grand views of the Green Mountains and Vermont's ever changing skies. It borders conservation land; you can go hiking right out the front door. Go down the half mile driveway and across the road is your private Caspian Lake dock with canoe. If you are looking for the latest in 21st century amenities and entertainment, this may not be for you (but it has a phone and Internet and you can stream anything you want). But if you are looking for comfort in solitude surrounded by the outdoors, you can hardly do better. And for rainy days the house has more books than some libraries, including children's books."
    Guest: AJ Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: April 5, 2016
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