Lakes Region, New Hampshire

Lake Winnipesaukee - Waterfront - 338

Sunny, pet-friendly, waterfront home on Lake Winnipesaukee with Screened Porch

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. * Please note: this home does not have a TV.

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 : There is a pet fee of $150 plus tax per pet, with a 2 pet maximum.
Max Vehicles: 3
Dock : Max Sz Boat: 20 ft
Washer/Dryer: Yes
Dishwasher: Yes
WiFi : Yes
Cable: No Television
Watersource: Well
AC: Yes
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


6 Reviews
4.5 out of 56 Reviews
Fantastic spot
Airbnb guestJuly 2022
Beautiful and peaceful place
Airbnb guestJune 2022
Communication was great, everyone was friendly & check in was very easy by getting the key from lockbox at the house. Thank you!
KarenOctober 2021
The bed in the master bedroom could be larger and a bit more comfy. But other than that everything was wonderful!
EmilySeptember 2021
A perfect location! House is big and roomy!
Airbnb guestSeptember 2021

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.
Ryan BaileyFebruary 2017
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