Welcome to River Ridge Lodge! Our cozy, authentic log cabin is located in the beautiful White Mountains perched on a ridge overlooking the Wild Ammonoosuc River. To get to our cabin you will cross over one of the historic Bath Covered Bridges and discover one of our hidden treasures, the spectacular Swiftwater Swimming Hole (known as 'the Big Eddy'). The river is also a well known area for trout fishing as well as panning for gold and gems!
Our beautiful, brand new river-front log cabin, was constructed just 3 years ago. Unique from other log cabins, River Ridge Lodge is very open, bright and airy with cathedral ceilings, skylights and golden colored pine woodwork. The cabin is right above the river with its constant soothing sounds that will relax and unwind you as you sit on the expansive farmer's porch or enjoy the warmth of the sun on the very private sunning deck with its own private outdoor shower. With its South-West facing to capture the day long sun, River Ridge Lodge will deliver an experience of pure tranquility.
If you do not wish leave the world behind completely, you will also enjoy the modern amenities of satellite TV with a big screen HDTV and streaming channels, wireless Internet and a free land line telephone for calls to the US and Canada.
The 1st an 2nd floor each have a queen bed and a full bathroom. The Master Bath has a beautiful, luxurious walk-in tiled shower. The 1st floor has an open kitchen, dining area and living room with a gas-burning wood stove and Big Screen HDTV. The large front porch is furnished with Adirondack chairs and chase lounges. It is a the perfect spot for relaxing, reading and observing nature. The Wild Ammonoosuc River is just at the foot of the hill with parking and access to a cleared 'beach' area at the edge of the Wild Ammonoosuc River. Bring folding chairs and a lunch or bottle of wine and enjoy a cooling dip in the crystal clear river water.
Our Cabin is located one mile from the historic center of Bath, home to the famous Brick Store. The Brick Store, built in 1824, today is America's the oldest continuously operating General Store. Bath is actually the home of three covered bridges with the Bath-Haverhill Bridge being the oldest covered bridge still in use in NH. Bath is noted for its historic architecture. Much of the Victorian era architecture in the village has been preserved, particularly in the Federal and Greek Revival styles. The town includes the village of Swiftwater and part of the district known as Mountain Lakes.