Loon Mountain - Riverfront - Newer South Peak
|Per night||$250 - $425|
|Per week||$1,750 - $2,725|
This second floor condominium is located in the new and still developing South Peak Resort. South Peak Resort condos are near downtown Lincoln and not far from the new lifts and trails of Loon Mountain Ski Area's South Peak. While here enjoy single-level living with three bedrooms, two baths and new rustic furniture throughout the condo. The master bedroom offers a queen bed, with Tempur-Pedic Mattress and flat screen TV as well as a spacious, private master bath. The second bedroom offers a queen bed with Tempur-Pedic Mattress and TV, third bedroom with a set of bunk beds share a second bath found just outside the second bedroom and across the hall from the third. Cook a meal and relax in the open concept living, dining and kitchen area. Watch your favorite TV program on the flat screen TV and just flip a switch to cozy up with a fire in the gas fireplace.
|Sep 01 2015||Dec 01 2015||$250||$250||$1,750||-||-|
|Dec 01 2015||Mar 31 2016||$375||$425||$2,725||-||-|
|: 3 p.m. : 10 a.m.|
|Deposits: Security deposit required|
|Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: $125.00 cleaning fee|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Lincoln, New Hampshire
Auburn, NH USA
Mini Ski Vacation at Loon Mtn.
March 22, 2011
Our family spent two nights in this townhouse. It was extremely clean and actually a bit larger than what you can see in the pictures. There was plenty of room for my wife and four children. The kitchen was fully equipped with everything you could possibly need. After a full day of skiing it was nice to see near the fireplace, warm up, and watch tv. I never made it to the club house but was told by my children that the pool and sauna were nice. Reservations were made on a very short notice but were trouble free. The owners were extremely nice and friendly. Thank you for opening your beautiful home to us. I would recommend this home to anyone. Roger Allard