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Recent Whitefield Reviews

Perfect Family Vacation Home

5 of 5
Our family of 9 (6 adults and 3 children) stayed in this lake house for a week in August and had a wonderful time. The house is even more beautiful than the pictures and was stocked with everything we needed. It was very spacious, giving each family its own space plus common areas large enough to accommodate us all. We especially liked the large dining room table where we could all sit together for a family dinner. The children enjoyed the assortment of toys we found in the family room closet. And there were plenty of floats, tubes and boats to use in the lake, along with life preservers for all. We would recommend this home to anyone who is looking for a relaxing spot nestled in the mountains!
  • Submitted: Aug 27, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

Beautiful and peaceful

5 of 5
We stayed for a few nights in May so we could do some hiking in the area. The house is all on one level and quite large, so we were pleasantly surprised at how much room there was to spread out. We used two of the beds and both were very comfortable, as was the living room/sunroom furniture. Almost all rooms have the same stunning view of the mountains - they have really capitalized on the view with all the sliding glass doors, and it is truly impressive! We never got tired of it. By far the most amazing part was just sitting on the patio at any time of day, staring at the mountains and watching the sky change. It was a bit buggy this time of year, but very manageable (and there was a citronella candle on the table, which was nice!) If we had been there longer we would have bought some firewood because there was a cute little portable fire pit on the patio that would have been fun and cozy (but no wood provided). It was also nice to have satellite cable/internet because it did rain for one of the days we were there, so we spent that day reading and watching movies. There is a grocery store about 20-25 min. away (there may be one closer but that was the closest we found) where we stocked up on food, and we loved the convenience of having the fully equipped kitchen. There were some helpful notes left by the owners, who also called to check up on us at one point, which was nice. We liked that the area was so quiet (maybe two cars passed each day and that's about it) so we felt safe having our dog play with us out on the lawn and explore in the woods with us.
  • Submitted: Jun 22, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

A great place for a big group!

4 of 5
We decided to stay at Kimball Hill Inn because of it's unique atmosphere and we were not dissapointed. Our group of 11 people, made up of 6 kids and 5 adults, was quite charmed by this old Inn. The kids went nuts with the pub area. They kept wanting to serve our food and drink like a restaurant. Something we don't get at home! The rooms are charming and clean. The uneven flooring on the second floor is quite representative of the age of the place and we liked it. The kitchen is made up of two areas so we hade to adjust our work habits to the layout but it was fun to cook in a restaurant style gas equipped kitchen. We could have been even more people without bumping into each other. It's close to Brettonwood ski resort. We went skiing there 2 days and the conditions were perfect. The only downside is the that there people living upstairs and we can hear everything that they say. In our case, we knew about it prior to arriving so it did not really bother us that much. Charles, the inn keeper was very nice and very helpful when we had questions or needed something. All in all, it was a success and we hope to stay there again next year for our ski trip.
  • Submitted: Mar 10, 2012
  • Stayed: Mar 2012