The cottage is only a few feet from the water.There is a dock and float,and a canoe is available for guests.A public boat launch is located on the lake for motor boats.The lake is known for excellent fishing for small and large mouth bass and pickeral. There are a pair of loons that live each summer on the lake. The cottage location is very private,and is located on our 50 acre property,where we also operate a bed and breakfast business at our 18th century colonial home.
|Jun 01 2014||Oct 31 2014||-||-||$1,200||-||1 Week|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: A $200 deposit is required to hold the reservation|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: During the fall,there are occasional times,when the cottage is available for 3 night minimum stay for the rate of $175/night|
- 2 Queen Beds
- 1 Double Bed
- 1 Twin Bed
- Beach Chairs
- Full Kitchen
- Game Room
- Linens Provided
- Screened Porch
- Dock/Boat Slip
- Hardwood Floors
- Parking Included
- View (Lake)
- Pet Friendly
- Alarm Clock
- Gas Grill
- TV (Antenna)
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Coffee Maker
- Refrigerator (Mini)
- DVD Player
- Grocery Store
- Water Park
- Water Skiing
- Movie Theater
- Shopping Area
- Whale Watching
- Horseback Riding
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Reviews for this vacation cottage rental in Northwood, New Hampshire
On Golden Pond, but much better.
August 23, 2014
We were unplugged, wet from swimming, warm by the fire, and full from eating all day! How wonderful to have three generations present, in every sense of the word, and getting to know each other again after years apart. Perfect.
East Brunswick, NJ
September 6, 2013
Situated in a quiet wooded area, the period cabin is just a few feet from a picturesque lake. The use of the canoe and rowboat was a major plus, which we used to successfully fish for bass. The hosts were very accommodating and friendly and made our stay a pleasure.
Carol Chakas Gerkin
August 12, 2013
We have rented many homes in New Hampshire over the years, and this lovely rustic home on Jenness Pond ranks as one of the best. The house was large and roomy, the kitchen was very well equipped, the beds were comfortable, and the fishing was great! The only negatives were the tiny shower with low water pressure and the slight traffic noise from the highway across the pond. We loved the daily visits and unsightly chorus from the loons, as well as the hammock and canoe. The fire pit for roasting marshmallows was great. There were too many chairs for summer reading to count! We also appreciated the close proximity to the sea coast and the big lake. A very memorable vacation--wish we could have stayed longer.
April 29, 2013
My family rented this cottage last summer. My husband and I have two children, 12 and 9 at the time. My mother-in-law also joined us for the week. The cottage is rustic, but adorable. It was clean, quaint and quiet. The setting is lovely if you are looking for peace and quiet. It was nice in the age of electronics to unplug just a bit although there is a t.v. and we did get limited cell phone service. Instead of video games we played cards and board games. Our kids and dog had a fantastic time swimming in the lake. The location is good as Portsmouth and Manchester are both within a reasonable drive. I would recommend a trip to Portsmouth as it is a lovely little city. The only down sides to the cottage were that the grill was not in working order so we were not able to bbq, and the places to eat in the area were somewhat limited. In spite of that we had a fun week and left with some fond memories.
Akron, OH & Danville, VA & Maynard, MA
A Place to Make Memories
July 30, 2012
This cottage, on the shore of Jenness Pond, was absolutely lovely. Filled with ambiance, we especially enjoyed the antique furnishings, the plethora of books ranging from the 1920s to today, and the games. The basics were definitely taken care of...the beds were comfortable, the place was clean, and the kitchen was well-stocked w/ every cooking apparatus you could ever need (plus, a propane grill) . It was perfect for our multi-generation family of 7, ranging in age from 7 to 83. Something for everyone. My husband and I slept on the bed on the screened in porch. How divine to fall asleep to the sound of loons and frogs! Our girls loved the lake and jumping off the floating dock. So did our dog! My 83-year-old mother-in-law mostly watched us from the screened in porch during the day, but then spent her evenings whooping us at various games. My two active sisters-in-law, who took full advantage of swimming and canoeing. My wild blueberry picking expeditions led to many mornings full of blueberry muffins and blueberry pancakes. We also enjoyed roasting hotdogs and marshmallows at the fire ring. Janet and Doug (the owners) were very welcoming. Janet let my daughters feed her horses and Doug gave us a wonderful tour of their lovingly renovated bed and breakfast. A place to make memories, for sure. And to go back to year after year. Linde Ghere
Very private, beautifully appointed
August 29, 2010
...and all at neighboring Meadow Farm B&B extremely accommodating and delightful, especially with our 2yr & 9month old.
Charming lakeside cottage
July 12, 2010
We stayed here with our 2 small children in a lovely old cottage. The best features are it's wrap around porch with a bed on it where you can listen to the loons and bullfrogs at night. It is lakeside with a great little beach and very private. For our kids the water was great, it's shallow quite a ways out so the kids could play and we didn't need to worry too much about them. A lovely place to stay where we created great memories.
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