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"Blue Room"—Fernald Hill Farm/Yatsevitch Forest

SuperhostCornish, New Hampshire, United States
Private room in house hosted by Margaret
1 guest1 bedroom1 bed1 shared bath
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3 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
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A quiet country setting: two miles of dirt road lead to our house from the nearest paved road. We are surrounded by 1000 acres of land conserved by The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (SPNHF). We oversee the open spaces: cattle graze in the pasture and forage crops are grown in the fields in the summer, and maple sap is gathered in the early spring. SPNHF conducts forest research and harvests timber in the wooded areas. Hiking & non-motorized activities are permitted.

The space
Our 1790’s post-and-beam farmhouse has wide-board, uneven, creaky floors upstairs and old, patched, mixed narrow and wide pine board floors downstairs. Original hand-hewn 25-foot hemlock beams—the width of the house—highlight the ceiling in the kitchen-dining room.
Bedrooms are small, cheery, and comfortable. None has a separate closet, but door-racks, bureaus, shelves, and/or cabinets provide space for clothes. The “Blue Room”, so-called because of the blue-edged handmade quilt, is a small cozy, single-brass-bed room on the second floor. It is ideal for a hiker or biker who spends his/her time outdoors and wants a comfortable corner to lay his/her head for a good night’s sleep. The three upstairs bedrooms share a bathroom; downstairs bedroom has its own. All twin mattresses are new and very comfortable, covered with country-patterned quilts made by our niece.
Being back in the hills, we have no TV, slow internet, and dubious cell reception. We do have a land line with unlimited free U.S. long distance, available to guests. We have a big selection of DVD & VHS movies, and the “Purple Room” has an old TV set that plays DVDs and VHS movies. We have hundreds of books.
A quiet country setting: two miles of dirt road lead to our house from the nearest paved road. We are surrounded by 1000 acres of land conserved by The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (SPNHF). We oversee the open spaces: cattle graze in the pasture and forage crops are grown in the fields in the summer, and maple sap is gathered in the early spring. SPNHF conducts forest research and harvests timber in the wooded areas. Hiking & non-motorized activities are permitted.

The space
Our 1790’s post-and-beam farmhouse has wide-board, uneven, creaky floors upstairs and old, patched, mixe…

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Smoke alarm
Lock on bedroom door
Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Laptop-friendly workspace
Hangers
Iron
Fire extinguisher
Wi-Fi
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Cornish, New Hampshire, United States

There are miles of country dirt roads to explore on foot or by bike. One 3-mile road leads directly to New Hampshire’s only National Park, The Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, open May through October. Kimball Union Academy, a college-preparatory school, is 6 miles away. The Cornish-Windsor bridge, the longest wooden covered bridge in the country, is 5.8 miles away. We are 18 miles south of both Dartmouth College and the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
Two country stores, one 5.9 miles away, the other 4.3 miles, have gas, good delis, and friendly, local ownership. There is a supermarket 6.8 miles away in Windsor, VT (across the famous covered bridge).
There are miles of country dirt roads to explore on foot or by bike. One 3-mile road leads directly to New Hampshire’s only National Park, The Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, open May through October. Kim…

Hosted by Margaret

Joined in July 2019
  • 43 Reviews
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We (retired couple) live in the house and are on the property or in the neighborhood most of the time.
Margaret is a Superhost
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House rules
Check-in: 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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