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Sugar Hill: Farmhouse Rentals (5)

  • 1 - 5 of 5
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    Wonderful! 4.9/5
    (15 reviews)
    • 4 BR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 12
    Viewed 9 times in the last 48 hours
      • 4 BR
      • 2 BA
      • Sleeps 7
      1 Review
      Viewed 5 times in the last 48 hours
        Very Good! 4.0/5
        (9 reviews)
        • 8 BR
        • 5 BA
        • 2 HF BA
        • Sleeps 24
        Viewed 43 times in the last 48 hours
          Exceptional! 5.0/5
          (8 reviews)
          • 3 BR
          • 1 BA
          • 1 HF BA
          • Sleeps 7
          Viewed 10 times in the last 48 hours
            • 6 BR
            • 3 BA
            • 1 HF BA
            • Sleeps 13
            • 1 - 5 of 5

            Recent Sugar Hill Reviews

            An Absolute Gem! Definitely coming back.

            5 of 5
            Peckett's at Iris Farm is a total winner. If you read no further, just go ahead and book now. The house has been renovated with astoundingly loving care, the location is ideal, and the site is beautiful in a way that very few rentals are, even in the White Mountains area. The farmhouse in which we stayed was pristine and gorgeous. Its a beautiful old house whose renovations were accomplished with extraordinarily good taste and marks of luxury -- high-end appliances, granite surfaces in the kitchen, beautiful wood floors (thought maybe they were maple). It was roomy and remarkable not only in attention to detail and historical value (keeping the mesh wire on closet doors from the original was one of many nice touches) but also -- the view! The large window in the kitchen commands a view of not just the bucolic slope down the Sugar Hill property (with cows and sheep) but also the Presidentials, Mt. Washington and the northern Franconia Ridge. Simply divine to have breakfast at the ample dining table there and watch the clouds roll over waves of distant mountains. We stayed there in the heat of summer and the house remained very well ventilated, including two cozy screen porches for late night chats. There's also a grand fireplace for winter stayers. The location is perfect for anyone who wants to get away -- hiking (my brother and I hiked the Franconia Ridge -- world class views), skiing (Cannon Mountain is within view and minutes away) or weddings and celebrations (Sugar Hill Inn is right down the road and the town is small but adorable). Families will enjoy the proximity to the Flume and Echo Lake; Storyland and North Conway are a drive away. Also for artists and writers (Robert Frost's former house and nature walk is minutes away). I can't say enough wonderful things about Iris Farm. Our only wish was to have stayed longer. An absolute gem!
            • Submitted: Aug 24, 2016
            • Stayed: Aug 2016

            Fantastic Family Vacation!

            5 of 5
            Loved this charming Franconia Farmhouse. Plenty of room for multiple families, comfortable, has everything you need and great location! Conquered Bald Mountain, Artists Bluffs, hiked the Basin and Flume Gorge, visited the beautiful Sugar Hill, crossed covered bridges and swam in the river. Of course the kids favorite part was Whales Tale Waterslide Park and just playing outside in the big beautiful yard. Definitely going back!
            • Submitted: Jul 9, 2016
            • Stayed: Jul 2016

            Perfect for large groups!

            4 of 5
            Just returned from a long weekend at the Kimball Hill Inn and it was GREAT! Our group consisted of 7 families, (14 adults & 15 kids) and there was room for all. This place is not the Ritz Carlton. It is an old rustic / farm style B&B with lots off Character. It is located in a remote area up a long dirt road (Hill). It is perfect for large groups with families and friends. The Innkeeper (Charles) is a great guy and very helpful. We had 15 kids in our group ages 4-12 and they had a ball. Charles was glad to have them and did not mind them running crazy through the house. Some of the kids slept on air mattresses but there is plenty of room for everyone. Please note that some of the older reviews don’t mention that there is now a large flat screen TV with a DVD /CD player and surround sound system. Everyone in our group loved this place and we will definitely be coming back!!!
            • Submitted: Feb 22, 2016
            • Stayed: Feb 2016