|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Year round vacation rental. Stately 4-bedroom lake house privately
situated on 1.9 acres of Aiken Point with a private dock and private
sandy beach. Built in the 1930s as a summer residence for a wealthy
Massachusetts family, this house maintains all the charm of that era
with all modern appliances in the kitchen. Quiet setting (you can
hear the loons call) with lake views from most of the windows and
mountains views from the yard.
Upstairs is a master bedroom with queen size bed and private bath. A
second master bedroom with queen size bed shares a large bathroom
with a bedroom containing two twin beds. Views of the lake from
upstairs bedrooms. Downstairs is a bedroom with a w/ pyramid bed
(bunk bed w 1 on top, 2 below) and single bed, with a small bathroom
and shower across the hall.
Large kitchen with plenty of counter space and breakfast nook,
butler's pantry, laundry area; formal dining room and living room
with water views. Screened porch with comfortable seating and dining
furniture, views of the lake.
Nice house on a great property. House has big rooms and a wonderful living room area with three sided view of Webster Lake. Nice screen in porch with wonderful views. We have stayed many times and have always had a great time. I would recommend this property for a relaxing get away.
Leonard, Merrimack NH
We stayed at this house for one week in July 2015. We were a group of 8 with ages ranging from 55 to 14 years of age. The house is more run down than the photos show. It is in a great location with amazing views of the lake. The size of the house is perfect for large groups or multiple families, as well as the 3 bathrooms and well equipped kitchen. The draw backs include:
There is only one 19 inch old style TV in the whole house and no wireless internet. SWe brought a router after reading a previous review. A flat screen TV would be a great addition in the living area for rainy days and older folks who have a hard time seeing the small one that is there now. The porch furniture is terrible and uncomfortable and the living room couch and chair have seen better days.
Don't expect to use the fireplaces either, since they do not work.
The bed linens are a cheap 200 thread count and no beach towels are provided, so bring your own.
We own a vacation rental and feel with a few minor expenses, this could be a wonderful rental.
The on site care taker is awesome if you need anything!
We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend to attend a family wedding in Sanbornton. The property was EXACTLY as described and pictured on its website....very neat and clean. The bathrooms are original to the house, built in the mid 1930's, but that's part of the charm. The beds were very comfortable. The house is on a point on the lake and has everything you need. We barbequed, sat out on the lawn overlooking the lake and just relaxed when we weren't busy with wedding events. Jim, the manager of the property, couldn't have been nicer and made us feel right at home. I would definitely stay here again if in the area.
A group of five late 20-something, early 30-something couples came up here for a long weekend away from Boston. We had a great time. I do not think the pictures do the place justice. The interior of the house is well maintained, extremely clean, and put together.
We ended up skiing and snowboarding at Gunstock, shopping at the outlets, snowshoeing on the lake, talking with the local fishermen during the Webster Lake Ice Fishing Derby, and hanging out in the house.
I would not hesitate to stay here again in winter or summer. The house is surrounded on three sides by water and has awesome views. Further, the place is pet-friendly and our dogs loved running around.
Only minor complaint (EXTREMELY SMALL ISSUE) is if you need wi-fi, bring your own router from your house. There is super fast internet with an ethernet cable, but no wi-fi router. We went to the Walmart and got one for the weekend.
Other than that small issue, we had a great weekend. Highly recommend it and look forward to coming back in the future.
Antiquing, Hiking, Golf (Ragged Mountain, Mt. Sunapee, and Mojalaki
in Franklin), Fishing, Swimming, Boating, Water-Skiing, and Jet
Skiing. Perfect for Fall leaf peepers!
Winter sports include downhill skiing (16 miles to Gunstock Mountain, 18.9 miles to Ragged Mountain and 'Ski 93') and Cross Country Skiing. Snowmobiling on one of state trails. See Lakes Region Snowmobile Club.
There is nearby shopping in Tilton at the Tanger Outlet Center. Grocery stores and restaurants are nearby.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Apr 1 2017 - Jun 30 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
3 night minimum stay
Jul 1 2017 - Aug 31 2017
7 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 8 guests; add $100 per night, per additional guest|
Sep 1 2017 - Dec 31 2017
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$400|
Rates may vary depending on size of party.