|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Old-Style Family Camp on the side of the Beautiful Baker River
Spring, Summer, Fall Rentals, JULY and AUGUST BY THE WEEK ONLY.
Fuller Camp, 2 miles outside of Warren, NH, our 100-year-old post and beam summer vacation home perches on the banks of the Baker (Asquamchemauke) River which runs down the side of Mt Moosilauke. The large screened-in porch of the big house overlooks the best swimming hole of the granite-bed river, carved out by chrystal clear water over many thousands of years.
The MAIN HOUSE is rustic, with a huge post and beam living room and stone fireplace.
The eat-in kitchen is adjacent to the dining room.
Upstairs, the six bedrooms are comfortable and airy. Three of them overlook the river, the other three look out on the surrounding woods.
There are 2 full and one 3/4 bathrooms.
THE ONE-STORY CARRIAGE HOUSE has three bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and one full bathroom. It is available only as an add-on.
The flow of the river will be the constant lullaby of your vacation, surrounded by nature, a peaceful and restorative place to be.
Reservation Policy: $300 per week you are staying is required upon confirmation to reserve your dates.
Security Deposit Policy: $500 security deposit is required with your signed contract. Deposit will be refunded within 3 weeks of departure less any charges for damage or unusual cleanup.
Pet Policy: Dogs allowed upon prior approval of owners and for a cleaning surcharge of $75 per dog. Guest must clean up any and all pet refuse from the premises.
Smoking Policy: No smoking in the house. No littering of butts on the grounds.
Cleaning Policy: No daily cleaning. You are kindly requested to leave the house as you found it or better. There is basic cleaning between guests. A cleaning fee is charged above rent: $150 for big house only, $200 for both houses.
Linen Policy: Bed linens and towels are not provided, please bring your own. Blankets & pillows are provided.
My name is Melania Levitsky, I am the great granddaughter of Henry Fuller who built this camp in 1914. I am one of 4 owners, all family members. It is my pleasure to manage the property for the family and for the regular and new rents who enjoy the camp during the summer months.
Melania Levitsky purchased this house in 1914
Top Thing to do in City:
* Roadside Attractions.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Read by the river.
* Swim in the river.
* Hike in the mountains.
* Make dinner and eat with friends.
* Take a bike ride.
Top Thing to do in Family:
* Explore the river.
* Build rock sculptures.
Swimming, Hiking, Mushroom hunting, Fishing, Biking, Boating in nearby lakes (small craft), Yard Sale hunting, Exploring Franconia Notch attractions and Clarks Trading Post and Trained Bears. Or simply enjoying the natural beauty of the immediate surroundings.
The house is on the side of Mt. Mousilauke and there are several trails up the mountain within five miles.
Plymouth, North Woodstock and Lincoln are all within a 20 minute drive and have movie theaters, restaurant and many attractions.
Warren village is two miles away, has a couple of restaurants and a charming town center.
Fuller Camp is a wonderful place for families to gather. Children and adults alike love playing in the shallow pools, building stone scultpures, finding the numerous waterslides up and down the river, coralling pollywogs, catching frogs. Adults are known to become very relaxed after a few days here. The kitchen and dining room can accommodate a large group for cooking and eating together.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
June and September
Nov 30 2016 - Nov 30 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
June-September rental only
July and Aug. by the week only
$1,800/week for the Big House (sleeps 11)
$2,200/week for both houses (sleeps 17) -- Little House not rented separately
10% disc for multiple weeks
June and Sept. 10% discount off weekly rates. Nightly rates not discounted.
Nightly rate $300/night, Big House, $450/night both houses.
Prior approval required for pets.