- Cabina con un dormitorio (cama doble), altillo para dormir (colchón de la cama doble) y baño completo. Bunkhouse cama doble, lavabo y WC.
- Ducha exterior
- Sin mascotas.
Reglas de la casa
Please, no pets or smoking
Funciones de seguridad
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay on Chesham Pond and Bob was an excellent host. He provided detailed information in advance of the stay and was very easy to communicate with. The setting is beautiful and we enjoyed swimming in the lake, canoeing and kayaking, and eating outside on the porch overlooking the lake. The hike of Mt. Monadnock just 20 minutes away was excellent with a spectacular 360 view at the top. This cabin is a good pick for those who do not mind a simpler lifestyle as the kitchen is small with no dishwasher but is otherwise well appointed. The window between the kitchen and dining table is really fun; we enjoyed passing dishes and platters from stove to table through the window.
The cabin is fun once you get used to its quirks: small kitchen, touchy knobs in the shower. A lot of the windows slide sideways on wooden rails, which is neat. The location is great, in the woods, on the water; if the pond feels too weedy for swimming, hop in the kayak and paddle out to the raft! You are asked to wash the sheets if you use them; there is a laundromat 6 miles away in Marlborough, so that isn't too much trouble if you time it right. The bunkhouse is nice if you want some privacy, but your kids probably won't dare to walk out to it in the night if they need you. Bob is quick to respond to any questions and is a fine host.
We had a great stay. The place is nicely located on Chesham Pond, a nice quiet location for swimming, relaxing with family / friends. All the boats we saw were either row / paddle boats or small fishing / cruising boats with electric motors -- no load motor boats or jet skis like on other NH lakes in summer! We also heard loons, saw blue heron, deer, a northern water snake and even a fox and an eagle during our stay. It's a summer cabin, equipped with all the basics, and the description is accurate. Bonus is that the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway passes right by the property, offering great hiking / walking / running, and Silver Lake is just a 15 walk up Seaver Rd. Like many lake-side homes in the area, the water out of the tap is reddish in color (from iron in the area) and not the best for drinking water so count on using a filter or buying spring water for drinking / cooking.