Newly renovated, In Chalk Pond Association. Kayaks and Beach fun. 7 Minutes from Mt. Sunapee Ski Resort. Private woods setting, chalet with a Living Room Loft with wood fireplace. 3 bedrooms including a sitting room double sleeper, 2 full baths. Beach Association with private sandy beach and dive platform. 2 Tennis and basketball courts.
Hiking: Sunset Hill and Audabon Trail heads are a walk from the Chalet.
A five minute walk down the street brings you to the entrance of the Hay Estate. The John Hay National Wildlife Refuge is another jewel in Newbury's crown. Spread along three miles of frontage on the Western shore of Lake Sunapee, the property is famous for its superb gardens, woodland hiking trails and beautiful vistas from the old homestead.
Originally settled in the mid-1700's, Newbury was incorporated in 1778. The growth of the town has been closely linked to Lake Sunapee and the imposing Mount Sunapee range. In the 1830's, the town meeting house was built in Newbury Harbor. It was joined over time by other public buildings, still here today. South Newbury has several historic buildings, including a 19th century town hall, a church dating back to 1831, Sherman Hall, home of the Newbury Historical Society, and the Sunapee Lake Grange, more than 100 years old.
Beaches: Sunapee State Beach is just up the road, off the Mount Sunapee traffic circle. The latter, the only public beach on Lake Sunapee, features wide beaches, a refreshment stand, changing and rest rooms, boat rentals, and a public boat launch. There is ample parking and a lifeguard is on duty.Sunappee Beach is a 7 minute drive from the Chalet.
Ski: Mt. Sunapee is a seven minute drive from the Chalet. Sunapee Mt. is a family friendly 32 trail ski mountain.
New to Homeaway after renovations this Chalet get away is private while enjoying the community facilities, beach and tennis courts.
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Apr 15 2014 - Sep 15 2014
3 night minimum stay
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