Beautiful cabin in a quaint NH town near the mountains and a pond
“This was a lovely place and great location! It is remote and away from busy roads, which we enjoyed. But still relatively easy to get to. Lots of nearby places to hike and walk, and Kilton Pond is beautiful as well. The cabin itself is very cozy and warm.”
"Camp Inches" has been a family owned vacation home since the 1950's. We have a private brook, waterfall and swimming hole. Camp Inches is a quiet, relaxing spot tucked away in the charming rural town of Danbury, New Hampshire where you'll find tall pine trees,mountain ridges,lakes and local farms. Danbury is also home to Ragged Mountain Resort. We are very close to Cardigan Mountain, Newfound Lake, the home of Wellington State Park.
“Best Airbnb I have had. This cabin was amazing. Fall leaves we’re changing all around us. A stream flows through the backyard 20 feet off of the porch. Deer walked through the woods behind the stream the first day we were there. 10 minute walk to a gorgeous pond/small lake with an island in the middle. 20 minute drive from a large lake, Newfound Lake. The host is incredibly welcoming. Jody had the lights on with music playing for us when we checked in. The cabin had everything we needed. Very nice kitchenware for cooking, an excess of pillows and comfortable blankets, more towels than people in our party, a brand new grill with propane, and a stack of firewood outside. The cabin itself is incredibly clean and well kept. The beds are comfortable and the pillows are in great shape. I highly recommend Camp Inches. Ask Jody where it got it’s name!”
Quiet, comfortable one-bedroom basement apartment with kitchenette on a NH-designated scenic road, 3.4 miles from downtown Plymouth. King-size bed. Large bathroom with shower (no tub). Private entrance. Wireless internet. TV for streaming Netflix, Amazon Prime, PBS, Hulu and Acorn. Five minutes to downtown Plymouth and university, shopping and restaurants. Minutes to Newfound Lake and Squam Lake. Great base for hiking, kayaking, rock climbing at Rumney Rocks, and leaf peeping in the fall.
“Came up for a wedding and wanted a reasonable place to stay and be able to bring our dog, but was a little apprehensive having never rented a space that wasn’t a entirely to ourselves. Not only was Pamela incredibly responsive and kind but the space felt very private with its own entrance (and view of the mountains!). I am also very allergic to cats and some dogs and did not have any issues.”