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Holderness Cabin
2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 52 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 5
Cabin / 2 Bedrooms / Sleeps 5
(4) Very Good 4 Reviews

from

$169

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Bedrooms:2
Bathrooms:1
Sleeps:5
Type:Cabin
Per night:$169 - $229
Per month:$5,070 - $6,870
Pets allowed:No
Internet:No

Beautifully situated on 600 feet of Squam shorefront, this property has character and charm. The property offers a 100 ft sandy beach, swim raft, Charcoal BBQ grills, picnic tables, a small swing set, and a cozy beach side fire pit. Taking a stroll along the shore of Squam Lake...

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“ Excellent ”
July 8, 2015
This 2 bedroom cottage was exactly what we needed after our move from our home in Plymouth while waiting for closing and for the moving van to be picked up. We were able to take showers, sit at the water's edge, swim (water is cold in late June!) and when it rained, relax on the screened porch. We had several friends over to say goodbye during a rainy day and the living room was tight but cozy. Pros: full size refrigerator, ample towels changed daily, screened porch on the water, boats available, proximity to Holderness and Plymouth coffee shops and restaurants, cozy living room, clean!, friendly manager and staff, ample parking. Cons: intermittent internet and poor cell phone service (Verizon and T-Mobile) made it difficult to keep in contact; our son is an international writer so this affected him more than us but walking to key places on site did help, few ants in the kitchen and porch but hey this is out in the country so not unexpected (no spiders at least), no air conditioning which might be an issue if humid- it was cool and rainy when we were there so not an issue- they did have a fan to use, space was fine for the 3 of us but might be cramped for too many more long term although the cottage next door had twice the folks and they seemed happy, the walk from parking (which is free) is down steep narrow, leaf and sometimes branch covered steps so if carrying much at all, especially at night it might be a challenge for some, the gas heat provided a lot of heat (we did need to have the pilot light re-lit by the manager) but it is "ventless" and the smell of that was a little scary even noticed by our visitors so we felt we needed to leave a window or two open when using it. All in all, we loved this unpretentious and pleasant nature experience on Little Squam, which we spent many years on boating after work. The cabin was appropriately priced, would probably not pay more for it without having more conveniences.
Alice McGarry, Colorado

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Lisa Bladecki
Lisa Bladecki
From Laconia, NH
Member since March, 2009