Cottage, 1 Bedrooms, 1 Baths, 4 Sleeps
About Karen Hutchins-Keim
I am an archaeologist living in Philadelphia, PA with my husband (also an archaeologist) and our dog Genesis.
Karen Hutchins-Keim purchased this Cottage in 1940
Why Karen Hutchins-Keim chose Tuftonboro
My grandmother purchased the land where our rental property is now in 1940 from a neighbor. There she built, often with her own two hands, one of the houses on the property with wood from trees felled during the 1938 hurricane that hit New England. She passed away in 2008, but the home remains a central feature of our family. I, my sister, and four cousins have been coming to 'the lake' for our entire lives and my aunt even lives down the road.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Requires permission from owner.
Parking Limited to 2 vehicles.
Fireplace may NOT be used.
No refunds in the event of storms or other weather events.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
You don't give enough space to lsit the prolems.
Negative. The owner needs to do some updating. and make access to the home and water SAFER. Beds are comfortable, that's the only positive. The DVD paler died 2 days into our stay. simple fix, the coffee make requires filters you can't find anywhere, simple fix. Its a nice cabin, make access safer, Personally I have a walking problem, Bad knees, had trouble getting to the house and getting to the water is almost o.k. but there should be some guards or posts for people to help them get down the path. The owner is very nice and seems to care about this place, hopefully she will update a few things wrong. It is a perfect "ice fishing" cabin. The cabin is small, but that's was not a problem for us. The access to the house and the water needs to be fixed. The kitchen needs a little more space. Like the wall between the living room and the kitchen needs to go. another easy fix. I won't be back, not because the dvd player broke and the coffee maker was difficult, but because access is difficult. The view was beautiful, like I said this is a hunters or ice fishing persons cabin.
Thank you for your comments and I am sorry you and your family did not enjoy your stay. We encourage guests to contact us if any appliances break during their stay so that we can fix them or if any basic amenities like coffee filters are not at the house when you arrive so we can deliver them within 24 hours. As for the paths to the house and the water access I am sorry you had difficultly. Our house is in the woods and the deck is accessed by dirt paths. The stairs that lead directly to the waterline do have a railing. I try to be transparent in the advertisement and additional information I send out as an attachment that there are dirt paths to the cabin and to the water and that the water entry is rocky and that individuals who may have difficulty in such conditions may not want to stay at the house. The cabin is certainly as you rightly observe is rustic and minimalist. Over half of our guests each year are return guests who rent for that very reason: simplicity, excellent location with scenic views, and quiet seclusion in the woods. I will work to make it clearer in my advertisement the conditions of the access so that future guests are disappointed or feel misled. We strive to have happy, return guests.
My getaway from life
I’m so truly relaxed there no one bothers you and the sunsets a absolutely beautiful ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️
absolutly beautiful and relaxing
when i go here for a week its my happy place its a place that helps me to forget for awhile and just enjoy its a place that me and my two adult children go to connect and just have fun with no one else i love it and plan on doing it yearly from now on and maybe some year do it for two weeks because one week just isnt enough its beautifuil just beautiful ....
We had a great time with great weather our accommodations met our needs just want to thank Karen aga
The location and the accommodations met our needs we had a great week and would do it again
If you enjoy rustic (which we do) you'll love this.
We really enjoyed this lake front cottage. We have stayed there before and would not hesitate to stay there again!
If you like being away from in it all and in the woods on the lake, then this is the place for you. A rustic cabin awaits you with the windows and deck facing to the West to watch the beautiful sunsets.
Perfect location for swimming, canoeing/kayaking, and relaxing. Bring your kayaks or use our canoe and tour the lake shoreline and countless bays and coves.
15 minutes from the quaint summer town of Wolfeboro, NH. There you can enjoy an evening out or take a boat tour around the lake or do some shopping.
1 hour away from the mountain sports town of North Conway and the White Mountains.
2 hours from Boston.