- 7 bedrooms (2 with vanities), 2 bathrooms, sleeps 17
About Nick Adamson
I live in Connecticut with my wife, Beth, our daughter Morgan and our 5-year-old golden retriever, Bella. I love to ski, sail and build.
Nick Adamson purchased this Farmhouse in 1967
Why Nick Adamson chose South Londonderry
This house has been in our family since my parents purchased in 1967. We have enjoyed many ski vacations and summer dips in the ponds. Our fame to claim is that the original prototype Burton snowboard was developed at our farmhouse by our caretaker, Jake Carpenter Burton..
What makes this Farmhouse unique
Great swimming pond. Great sauna. Seclusion and privacy.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
wedding parties permitted for additional fee
Well behaved dogs only
pool table, swimming pond, paddle board and canoe
Woodturning stove & fireplace in Den not permitted to be used! Fireplace in living room ok to use
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
So much fun!
The property is secluded and cozy, with a large fireplace and wonderful dining table. We had a couple of kiddos a dog and 3 couples stay very comfortably. We can’t wait to come back!
Very nice spot and house
Very nice and charming house and backyard. House is very big and well suited for big families or friends gathering.
Memorial Day weekend At Springhill Farm
Wonderful place to be far from the madding crowd. Big place so one can have own time or get together with everyone sharing the place. Near golf courses, shopping, and has great grounds with a big pond good for canoeing, fishing etc. More pros than cons at this place. The only cons, were the deteriorated grill and lack of firewood for the fire pit. All in all I give it four stars.
Great place for a large group. Will stay again!!
wonderful place for relaxing in summer
My husband and I and our two big dogs just finished a week here at Spring Hill Farm and we will definitely be back.
Nick, the owner, was responsive and easy to deal with, and Mimi, the caretaker, was also totally accomodating.
The house is big - plenty of room to spread out. Furnishings are comfortable, which is great for a rental (we've been in some houses where the couches just make you ache), although they have been well-used. This is not a designer house; this is where you go to relax. There are plenty of windows so the house is bright and cheerful.
Kitchen was well-equipped; appliances all in good repair, pots and pans well-worn but good enough.
We only used one of the seven bedrooms but the mattress was terrific, again, a plus for a rental house.
The property is just wonderful; the areas around the house are kept mowed, but there are just the perfect number of maple trees to provide shade and a lovely appearance. The largest pond is GREAT for swimming; the little 'beach' area means there's no farm pond mud to wade through! Wooded areas around the place mean there is complete privacy.
We made use of the sauna several times during our stay - it's a real plus.
The house is easy to get to without being on a busy road. We found the nearby IGA to be very well-stocked, and there are options for going out to eat in all directions. Beer aficionados take note: there is a wonderful beer store just a few minutes away. Manchester and it's outlets are a short hop away, as are wonderful hiking trails.
If you're looking for granite countertops and Viking ranges, this is not the place. If you and your dogs like running in & out without a care, then definitely try this house.
oh - and the pool table - it rained one day and we spent a good while being laughably bad at pool. Who'd have thought it would come in so handy?
Four seasons of fun
We've stayed at Spring Hill with a group of friends and our dogs over several Xmas-New Year's weeks. It's a wonderful place for a winter get-away: downhill skiing right around the corner at Stratton and Bromley, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing right out the door, as well as at several excellent cross-country skiing centers and on the catamount and other trails in the area. It's just a short hop to Manchester if you like to shop, and lots of great, small farmstands for local cheeses and other lovely items (we are HUGE fans of Taylor Farms). Lots of room for folks to spread out, and the property is very private (the house is well back from the road, with a brook between the property and the road - very nice for keeping the dogs contained!)
Great place to stay in the Summer and Fall, too.
The farmhouse sits on 80 acres of meadows and woods and is situated way back (more than 300 yards) from Spring Hill Road. There are 3 ponds, one perfect for summertime swimming, and a skating pond that is 4 inches deep and flooded in the wintertime for skating. The farm is located between Bromley and Stratton. Manchester with all its outlet stores is 10 miles away.