Lake Winnipesaukee - Waterfront - 338 | Natural Retreats
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Lake Winnipesaukee - Waterfront - 338

Pet-friendly waterfront cottage, relax with stunning sunsets

Spacious pet-friendly cottage with a field-stone, wood fireplace and large screened porch, perfect for entertaining. #338 is a two story home with western exposure and lovely sunset views over the lake. Along with a large eat-in kitchen and comfortable living room, this home has four bedrooms, all on the second floor. One bedroom has a queen bed, two bedrooms have two twins each, and the fourth bedroom has twin bunk beds.

This home boasts a level yard, a dock, and 100 feet of private shoreline and is a short walk to the sandy community beach. There is also a canoe included as well. This home is located just a short drive to downtown Meredith for dining and shopping.

Property Type: Waterfront
Lake: Winnipesaukee
Town: Meredith
Max Occupancy: 8
Baths: 2
Grill: Charcoal
Dist to Beach: Less than 1/4 mile
Canoe: Included
Pet Friendly : Yes. Pet fee is $150 + tax for up to 2 dogs. Fee is added post-booking.
Max Vehicles: 3
Dock : Max Sz Boat: 20 ft
Washer/Dryer: Yes
Dishwasher: Yes
WiFi + Cable
Watersource: Well
AC: None
Heat: Gas

As our gift to you for booking with us, we will offer free admission to select Lakes Regions attractions. Called the Xplorie Program, our guests will receive one free adult admission ticket, per night stay, to attractions like the adventure course at Monkey Trunks Zipline Park, The Escape Room Experience and also a free kayak or paddleboard for the week from Wild Meadow Paddlesports. It’s our way of saying, “Thanks!”

Please note that guests must be at least 21 years of age to rent this property.

State of New Hampshire Meals and Rentals Tax Operator's License #060507
Lake Winnipesaukee - Waterfront - 338 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Right on the lake, beautiful sight, cozy home I came to this home for the great Meredith rotary ice fishing tournament, this was the perfect place, right in the lake and the area produced a lot of fish.
Date published: 2017-02-15
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