The Monet-Metcalf cottage, with its 1888 details, such as exposed beams, is located on the 19th C. Cornish Art Colony estate of The Butternuts. We're nestled along the CT River in pastoral Cornish, NH, while only minutes from Dartmouth and a region rich in historic, artistic, natural and intellectual sites and events in both VT and NH. Cornish is the town that mesmerized Augustus Saint Gaudens, Maxfield Parrish, Willard Metcalf and J.D. Salinger—when you visit, we think you'll understand why.
- Four people maximum, including children
- Pets are negotiable, but must be housebroken and avoid damaging anything in the cottage.
- No smoking on the property
Durante el período del 01 de Abril de 2018 - 31 de Diciembre de 2018 la estancia mínima es de 90 noches.
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I'm a writer and a journalist, and publish an arts' and events' monthly in our region. I have abiding interests in art history, theatre, music, literature and history. I have just completed two books on the Cornish Art Colony artist Maxfield Parrish that I have written with his grand-daughter. I enjoy meeting new people, and traveling! I also teach youth Shakespeare classes, including directing a full production each summer in our barn theatre, and I teach literature and art history at Dartmouth in the OSHER program. I have a little pug named Lizzie.