We offer a cabin/studio 16x16 with a wall of windows. The studio is connected to the 1792 House by a breezeway that offers access to your private bathroom and shower. The studio is ideal for artists, comfortable to sleep in, but for those who wish to camp, there is also an adjacent campsite.
The site has access to the Greenfield Trails Association trails that crisscross the Rand Valley. They offer extensive hiking or mountain bike riding. A 20 minute hike brings you to the ruins of the Mill used to build the Amy Burnham House.
20 minutes drive to Mount Monadnock and Peterborough, NH with it's diverse offerings of Pubs, bookstore, cafes, shops and museums.
** SPRING/SUMMER/FALL NOTICE***
Ticks and Lyme are here and real - but so are we! We have lived with ticks these past 15 years and have evolved our own protection and inspection.
For protection we recommend wearing all white - hat to foot white: they don’t like white and you can see them right away. I like painter trousers and a good white dress shirt.
There are many good commercial repellants and geranium oil and any of the mint family also help. Then shower and inspect every nook and cranny. We are better and brighter than the mighty tick and learn to cohabit.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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We loved our stay with Nanette and Sebastian. They were excellent hosts and the cabin was cozy and peaceful. It was a great place to stay for relaxation and outdoor activity as there are many hiking trails nearby as well as mount Monadnock. We loved using the wood burning stove which kept us quite warm. I would definitely stay there again :)
Nanette and Sebastian are exceptional hosts! I wanted to chat with them for hours; truly engaging, warm, and generous souls they are. They provided us with a wonderfully comfortable, charming, and romantic space to call home. Their taste in literature, art, local restaurants, hikes and attractions is impeccable! We more than enjoyed our retreat there. Breakfasts were delicious and nourishing and the views were stunning. We left feeling inspired and rejuvenated. It was the perfect weekend getaway and we cannot wait to come back! I highly recommend staying with them; they do not disappoint! And their dogs and cats are absolutely darling!
We had a wonderful time at Sebastian and Nanette's. The cabin has beautiful floor to ceiling windows overlooking Crotched Mt. Their dogs are beautiful and living the life on such a big property. They were extremely helpful and kind and respectful of privacy, and the breakfast was such a wonderful surprise with fresh juice both mornings! We hope to be back soon.
The cabin is gorgeous and cozy with a stunning meadow and mountain view from the inside thanks to a smart well located wall with windows that covers one side. We visited during the last weekend of April and the wrought iron stove was working and endearing the night and the mornings as a pretty cool activity to keep the space warm. The host did great with a good conversation and interesting memories in the short time we spent with them mostly at the end of the day during the BBQ that was set up while we enjoyed a cool cider while appreciating the views from the porch next to the house. Thanks :)