Situated on cove to Emerald Lake in Hillsboro, New Hampshire. The enclosed screen/glass porch has a nice view of the cove leading into the 45 acre lake. Nice lawn area w/ campfire between cottage and cove. Take a paddle in our two canoes, fish for the annually stocked trout and bass, (The lake has a 5hp engine speed limit) (swim at the nearby community beach - 5 minute canoe or walk away) or walk down the street to the nearby Fox State Forest trails (1,445 acre forest with miles of trails and 400 year old) Only 25 minutes to Keene or Concord.Visit Franklin Pierce's Homestead (14th President USA), go the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, explore the many mountains & hiking trails in the Monadnock area, go antiquing galore, visit country auctions & fairs, lots more to do. Many gorgeous back roads for leaf peeping in the fall. Pick your own apples at nearby orchards. The cottage has a kitchen, living room with wood stove, forced hot air heat, screened porch and three bedrooms. Full bathroom on first floor. Wireless high speed Wi-Fi internet available.
Rentor must be at least 25 years of age: We are always booked for the entire summer and most of the fall. We offer reasonable rates for a great place with many returning customers. See if there is room for you! Check out the calendar and book early.
Charlie and Cherryl Boucher have owned and rented this rustic cottage on the cove for 6 years. They take pride in their place and love to share it with others. They have lived in the area for 18 years and choose this cottage because of the beauty and serenity that it offers.
Having lived at summer camps for many years this cottage reminded them of the great times along the lake shore when they would sit back and enjoy the roaring campfire and watch the ducks, beaver, geese and blue heron paddle by. The lawn between the cottage and the cove offers a great space for hanging out with family and friends enjoying a cook-out, reading a good book, or taking an afternoon nap.
Folks return every year because of the great view, to take a paddle in the canoes, hike the miles of trails in the nearby Fox Forest, do some great fishing, and tour the Monadnock area.