- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Natural features you'll find at Mackintosh Homestead Glamping in New Hampshire.
The vibe at Mackintosh Homestead Glamping
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We enjoyed our stay in the cabin at the Macintosh Homestead! It was just what we needed for a quick escape and recharge! The cabin has everything you need.It is clean amd cute! Alisha was very nice and hospitable .We felt safe but also felt like we had enough privacy as well.
Cant wait to go back!
Private, quiet and truly wonderful
Alisha was a wonderful host! She was not at all obtrusive to us and kept her distance, she gave us the perfect amount of privacy that we wanted for the weekend! The tiny house was absolutley perfect too, it could easily sleep four but it was a great amount of space for the two of us. The whole set-up was very cute and well thought out. It was wonderful for our weekend get away, but I could easily stay for a week or longer with no issue. Were already looking to book another weekend there!
Checks all the boxes!
From start to finish, fantastic. Alisha and David hit all the right notes for hosts: non-intrusive yet responsive. The place was inviting, clean, and surpassed our expectations in every way. The kitchen had just what we needed to turn the produce we picked up at Farmer's Market into lovely meals, which we ate outside. (For a few meals out we LOVED Hilltop Cafe-- farm to table, delicious, gluten free options). The bed in the alcove was very comfy, and the compost toilet was just fine. For two of us, with the outside area (picnic table, fire pit, grill) offering an extra living space, it was perfect. We will most definitely be back!
Tiny house experience
It was better than I had anticipated. As someone that is typically picky they provided everything be needed and the bonus of bone china to eat on. No odors, everything was tidy, both Alisha and her husband were welcoming and informative. We highly recommend.
This is a beautiful little cabin! It's very close to a bunch of nice Monadnock-area hikes.
There's a pellet stove to keep you cozy in the cold weather, and the lofted bed is very comfortable. The kitchen is stocked with all the essentials, including an electric kettle. The hosts have firewood for sale for $5 a bundle. The cabin is located on the hosts' property, and you're within sight of their home.
Great wood features
One thing the pictures under-represent is the craftsmanship in the wood features of this tiny house on wheels. The floors are beautiful, everything smells like wood, and feels cozy.
For those looking to stay in winter. Note there is a pellet stove but there are a few missing winterization features like under skirting and weather stripping around the door. Makes the floors cold and the stove work hard when getting up to temp. It's plenty cozy, just bring a pair of warm slippers is all I'm saying. Wouldn't want to see shoes or boots scratch up those great floors anyhow.
Alisha and her husband were accommodating hosts. Getting us water and warming up the place beforehand. Local attractions and house rules are outlined in a binder. We watched a movie on my laptop when we were there, it was nice there was an HDMI cable already plugged in because I forgot one.
I would recommend this spot for those that want a neat sheltered getaway with many short hikes nearby within a 15-minute drive. We did one every day we were in the area and they were all fun and scenic.