Stay on a beautiful 11 acre property at Wolfey’s Tavern, a small rustic cabin I built after finishing the Appalachian Trail. It’s surrounded by pine trees and is right on the forest’s edge.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There are so many trails you'll never be able to hike them all. I haven't made a map yet, but the best way to start is to go t...Read more
I have a double kayak and a single kayak on the property. The paddles and two life jackets are under the lower sleeping bunk. ...Read more
Miles of trails are accessible right from the cabin. In the winter many are used as snowmobile trails and make for great snowsh...Read more
Songbirds and turkeys frequent the area, deer are common as well. If the bird feeder is empty, bird food is in the bin under th...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Wolfey’s Tavern in New Hampshire.
The wetlands are accessible by kayak if you go left from the bridge. You can go for about three miles if you're willing to por...Read more
You can fit about 3 cars in the gravel driveway off of Wildwood Road.
The vibe at Wolfey’s Tavern
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Cozy, clean, loud
The site was beautiful, I unfortunately arrived to a backho and loud woodchipper taking down the woods on the property, which was not quite what I expected as a quiet getaway. Would have liked to know about that, as it would have changed my plans. The Sawyer crew left when it got dark, and the place was nice, cozy, well kempt and clean. It is also right on the road, not advertised, but it is a fairly quiet road. Great spot, ask about any work being done on the property.
Charming camp, even in mid-winter
My wife and I really loved the 2 nights we spent in mid January at Wolfeys Tavern. Its beautifully and tastefully furnished with big windows, a table, 2 queen size beds, some spices, a tea set, soap, t.p, and most importantly, firewood. There is no electrical or water on site, but its still great for winter camping, because a fire in the wood stove kept us plenty warm all evening and into the night, which dropped below 20 degrees F. If you are used to camping outside, this is a huge upgrade.
This property was perfect for our (4-person) long weekend away. spacious, new, beautifully constructed and INSULATED cabin, with large, sunny windows, space for dining, woodstove for cooking and heating (VERY effective for heating, pretty intuitive to use), and a large amount of counter space for food prep. The queen bed was huge and very cozy in a little nook. The loft was spacious, had plenty of space around the edge to place your belongings. There was even a mini library in the loft with actually so many great books. It really felt like home. Philip was very responsive and informative, but sometimes didnt have signal for periods of time so ask your questions in advance if you can.
It was really cold when we went so we didnt take many day trips out of the property, but we played around with skis, cozied up in the cabin, and spent a lot of time sawing wood for the fire which was actually a ton of fun. You dont need to go far for a good time here. The snow made it hard to identify trails around the property but Philip mentioned a plan to add signage so that should help.
The place was located pretty close to the road but it was in a very rural area so it didnt feel like it was really there at all. reservoir down the street is also beautiful. Only thing i would say is that signal can be sparse around the cabin so have a plan before you get there and before you leave. We had signal at the actual cabin itself but nowhere else. Also be careful with the woodstove door! theres glass on the inside of the door and we broke it when we closed it on wood too hard. We paid to replace it but dont be like us!
What a great place! Plenty of room for our group of 4 - Philip went above and beyond to make sure our stay was comfortable and relaxing. The wood stove kept us nice and toasty throughout our entire stay, and was a luxury after a little snowshoeing on the local trails (right outside your front door). We made use of the Scrabble set, and enjoyed flipping through the neat collection of books. Excited to return - thanks again Philip!
Cozy and convenient!
A beautifully-built cabin on the edge of a large residential property, outside the view of the main house, and conveniently located near the road for loading/unloading. The kayak launch area is a short walk downhill, and Philip provides everything you need. There is so much wood and branches available for the outside firepit and the indoor wood-burning stove. The perfect getaway location for a weekend.
Of note for campers: on two occasions during our stay we had a group of ATVers pull into the camp area near the cabin, wondering where to go. There's an orange arrow on a tree that points into the yard, so it's unclear if there really is a path for ATVers or not. Luckily no one was going the bathroom at the time in the woods, as that would have been embarrassingly intrusive. Something to look out for, or for the owner to resolve by putting up a barrier and removing the arrow that encourages ATVs to enter the cabin site.
This cabin is so awesome! And the fact that the host built it is impressive. What a great stay we had with our toddler and dogs. Phil is an amazing host. We needed to escape the city and this was perfect. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this place! Can’t wait to return!
My family had such a great time. It was definitely quite the adventure with no running water or electricity, but so much fun nonetheless. Phillip was an amazing host. He was kind, accommodating, and responded very quickly to any questions we had.