Holderness House Rental Photos and Description
House, 6 Bedrooms + Detached Unit, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 13-18)
Historic family summer home built in 1918, on shore of an unusual quiet lake, in Holderness, NH. This home was the meeting place for anthropologists and psychologists, such as Rollo May, Margaret Mead, Gregory Bateson, Eric Ericson, Peter Blos, and Robert Lynd. Owner's family in residence since 1921. Private and peaceful setting.
House ideal for family reunions, gatherings, wedding party accommodations, etc. Large dining room, kitchen with two refrigerators and commercial six burner stove. Great room with ‘cathedral ceiling,’ fireplace, pump organ, piano, and overlook balcony. Porch overlooking lake was background for photos in books about Margaret Mead. House and lakefront were background for Life Magazine article in 1959.
Six bedrooms in house with total of 5 Queen Beds, and 5 Twin Beds. Caravan has an additional Queen Bed. Study by lake has two Twins that can be put together. Additional fee for additional guests past total of 14.
Tenting possible on large private island in lake owned by same owner.
Lakeside cabin and caravan both accommodate two persons.
5 acre lot wooded on both sides. Caretakers live on property in adjacent homes.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only