Lakes Region, New Hampshire

Lake Winnipesaukee - Waterfront - 309

Tranquil Waterfront Cottage on Lake Winnipesaukee with dock and screened-in porch

Property 309 is a charming lakefront getaway located in Moultonborough on Lake Winnipesaukee with water views on two sides. One side of the point has a small sandy beach with easy access into the lake and deep water docking for up to a 24 ft. boat. Enjoy the sunsets from the screened porch or patio, and swim from the beach, dock, or swim raft. This one story cottage has three bedrooms, sleeping six; one with a twin bunk bed, one with a pyramid bunk (twin over a full), and another with a queen bed. There is one bathroom with a shower stall. This classic cottage has knotty pine paneling, simple camp style furnishings, and an ample living room with wood fireplace and kitchen area for the group to gather in.

Views are of Ambrose Cove and Marina, and this home also faces Red Hill. Relax at this lakeside getaway and watch the boats going in and out of the Marina or enjoy the many Lakes Region attractions, which are just a short drive away. This area boasts great shopping, excellent restaurants, hiking, boating, biking, fishing, and many more fun activities.

Please note that the water source is from the lake, so bottled water is recommended for drinking and cooking.

Property Type: Waterfront
Grill: Gas
Allow Pets: No
Max Vehicles: 3
Cable TV + WIFI
Watersource: Lake
AC: None
Heat: Gas

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 #065135


7 Reviews
4.71 out of 57 Reviews
AllanAugust 2021
DanielAugust 2021

Beautiful, but busy/loud location

The house itself is great -- quaint little cottage with a 1960s feel. It's super clean, well maintained, and well stocked with cooking supplies. The landscaping is great and has a very Zen feel to it and a great hammock, and the screened-in porch is amazing. The cove the house is on is great for paddle boarding, and the views up the lake at sunset are spectacular. One sizable room has a queen bed, and there are two other small bedrooms right off the living room with bunk beds. There's a decent sized dock if you have a small boat (smaller than 24ft), and we'd recommend this house if you're going to be out on the lake on a boat most days. However, if you're looking for a lake house to relax and swim at, maybe look elsewhere. Because the Ambrose Cove Marina is 20 yards (max) across the cove, it is a VERY busy and loud location. Even when there aren't boats and jet skis pulling in and out of the marina, or boats and jet skis pulling up to get gas, the noise from the marina is overwhelming: a huge tractor/forklift constantly bringing boats to the water and pulling them out, voices of all the people working there, engines and machinery, etc. It is constant at all times of the day, even late at night. And, the swimming and dock area for the house overlook the marina, so it's hard to escape the noise and the busy feel of the marina.
JGC1August 2019

Fabulous location and character

We visited for a week in July with family from CT. and CO.
CTmarilynAugust 2018

Awesome location and great camp amenities!

Great time had in mid August. Look of attractions to visit nearby or just hang out and do nothing but relax.
spricardAugust 2017

Great location!

We visited this home in August after booking it only about 1 1/2 weeks prior. I was worried because we were so late booking and it was the only thing available in my search of Squam Lake and Lake Winnipesaukee. Turns out there was no reason for concern. I was told there was a tub and no shower, but the opposite was true. The house was classic NH lakefront cottage. Rustic but clean. We had rain one day and could not figure out how to get the TV working. There are 3 remotes and no instruction. But all the rest of the time there was not even a moments thought given to staying in the house. There were great outdoor spaces to sit no matter the time of day. The swimming area was perfect and the boat dock was as well. We would definitely revisit this home.
SmithSeptember 2016
Yes...I would!!!
BradleyAugust 2016
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