Windswept Farm Stay in Canterbury

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Old Schoolhouse Rd, Canterbury, NH 03224, United States

The Space

Built in 1745, Windswept Farm offers a quaint and comfy 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment. This is a working farm and equestrian facility with indoor arena, outdoor arena and trails. Horseback riding opportunities for beginner to experienced riders. Spacious well bedded stalls are available for those traveling with horses. The grounds offer 140 acres of peaceful tranquility. From perennial gardens to fruit and vegetable gardens, there are many areas to explore. There are many hayfields and miles of groomed trails to hike, bike, snowshoe and XC ski.
Apartment includes fully equipped kitchen and comfortable livingroom. In each of the two bedrooms, there are queen sized beds with sateen linens. The master bed has a luscious pillowtop mattress. Cable television, Wi-fi internet, puzzles and games provide indoor entertainment. You will also find an outdoor table and chair set with a barbecue grill for outdoor meals!
We promise a quiet relaxing country atmosphere, yet we are 8 minutes to historic Concord NH. Other attractions nearby: White Mountains, skiing, snowsheoing, snowmobiling, Hamptom Beach, Lakes region, Shaker Village, NH Motor Speedway and Golf. Come visit our farm in the country and enjoy a little history and alot of beauty.

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 2
Weekly Price: $650 /week
Monthly Price: $1900 /month
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $35
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
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Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Dog(s), Cat(s), and Other pet(s)

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  • The Windswept Farm was cozy, comfortable and offered us a pleasant stay during our weekend visit to NH. It is located within a ~10 minute drive to Concord, and a ~35 minute drive to Lake Winnipesaukee. Corinne was welcoming, discrete, and flexible. We highly recommend it.

    March 2014
  • Although we only stayed at Windswept Farm for one night, it turned out to be the ideal country retreat, complete with super friendly farm pup, goats, and a host of other furry friends. Corinne was very friendly and accommodating, and the description of the property and amenities that drew us to this listing was accurate. We were able to enjoy a riding lesson and visit with horses amidst the pastoral fall backdrop.

    November 2013
  • We loved our stay at the Windswept Farm. It is an old house with plenty of character, but still comfortable and clean. Corinne and Craig were nice and helpful, and the animals on the farm were some of the friendliest I ever met.

    October 2013
  • We have hardly spent any time in New England in our many years together, so we planned a trip with our daughter and son-in-law who live in Washington, DC. Since we would end up in Boston at the end, we wanted to get away up the coast and then into New Hampshire. Corinne and Craig's farm seemed like just the place for the four of us to spend several days - not too far away, but so not the big city.
    The directions were great and we had quite a lovely late fall drive over from Cape Ann. May, the dog, gently greeted us when we arrived and opened the car door. Corinne and Craig were right there to welcome us and show us the apartment. It was just what we were expecting and met our needs perfectly.
    While we didn't spend much time during the day there, we did get out for a long walk around their property - on the trail through the woods and back across the pastures. And, the kitchen was nicely equipped to allow us to cook several meals.
    There are several areas worth visiting around Canterbury, including the Shaker Village, the Millyard Museum in Manchester, a covered bridge or two, and the L.L. Bean outlet in Concord. The Pullens are a great source of information about other activities nearby.
    We had a wonderful time on our visit, and staying at Windswept Farm made it so comfortable and relaxing.

    October 2013
  • Had a good stay with my dad and partner. Didn't unfortunately get to ride the horses as there was so much to do around the area. A beautiful farm to wander around
    Was a little disappointed with the accommodation though it is a true reflection of the pictures

    October 2013
    Corinne
    Response from Corinne:

    Dear Peta,
    We explained the water situation: if both bathroom showers are running at the same time, both cannot get hot water. We are very sorry, it is an old home and this was mentioned at your arrival. Enjoy your travels.
    Kind Regards,
    Corinne

  • We greatly enjoyed our stay on Corinne and Craig's farm. They welcomed us warmly and encouraged us to explore the farm, including interacting with the goats, dogs, chickens, and horses on the property. We also were able to go trail-riding on the beautiful horses on the property, and as beginners, were introduced to the ways of caring for the horses. We were also able to access Highland Mountain Biking Park only 20 minutes away, so this place was in a great location. Would highly recommend this place and wouldn't be surprised if we end up there again sometime - was a beautiful area with gracious hosts.

    October 2013
  • This is a lovely place!!. We stayed 28th sep for a few days....lovely weather, great farm experience with all the superb horses...Our gracious hosts Craig and Corinne even let us use their grill one evening!!

    Our three year old son just loved the place and had his first riding experience here. Craig gave him his first tractor ride too!!

    I recommend this gem of a place to all who seek a fun experience....not just a stay...!! We will be back!!

    October 2013
  • Wonderful 2 bedroom unit attached to the house that was once a barn. Have your own entrance to the unit. Great area! Out in the country, but close to explore areas in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. We had a great time! Owners very helpful with info on where to eat and places to explore.

    September 2013
  • Great space, great folks, perfect location! Can't wait to head up to Windswept Farm again. Thanks y'all!

    June 2013
  • Charming space, wonderful hosts, beautiful setting, and a fun intro riding lesson. We are hoping to go back soon. This place is amazing. What a great find!

    May 2013
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Goffstown Area High School, NHTI and KSC
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RN and equine farm
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I'm a motivated and busy woman, wife and mother of 3 incredible adult daughters (and grandmother of 2 handsome little guys). I work as a homecare RN by day, and a farmer the rest of the time. Windswept is a family-run business. Our middle daughter, Kelly, is our trainer, instructor and barn manager. My husband, Craig, spends his days managing the gardens, hayfields, woodlands, mending fences and oh yes, he is a manure manager extrordinairre. I take care of the business end of the farm and often ride my sweet gray mare, Jubilee. Craig and I travel often, usually to see family and friends out west and down south. We also enjoy cooking, wine, music, movies, books and dancing, Life is good, living on a horse farm is "our utopia", We're living our dream, and would like to share it with you.
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