About this listing
A ground floor efficiency apartment which is 1 large L space with kitchen and bath in the smaller part and the living and sleeping in larger part. Heated with a wood stove in Winter and small electric heaters in Fall. Pets are not allowed.
This apt is part of the Gun-Ho Lodge in North Conway. Situated on the ground floor, it has its own entrance separate from the main house. Inside there is an entry hall with wall hooks for coats, boots, skis, and storage of gear.
The apartment is a large "L" shape with a queen bed, twin bed, and sleep on sofa, dining table w/chairs, fully equipped kitchen and a full bath. Cable and wi-fi included. Heated by a wood stove which keeps the apartment cozy and warm on the coldest of days.
From the apartment door, it is less than a 10 minute walk to Mt. Cranmore's lift lines! Also a 10 minute walk to North Conway village, restaurants and 5 minute drive to Settlers Green tax free shopping.
Interaction with guests
Guest interaction is limited due to this being an apartment, not a room in the main lodge area. There is no breakfast included as it has its own kitchen facilities.
We are in the heart of the Mt Washington Valley with easy access to restaurants, shopping, swimming, skiing, hiking etc..
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Originally from Boston, Ma., we have traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and abroad before settling in North Conway, N.H. in 2004. Our interests range from travel, sailing, kayaking, hiking and basically outdoor activities of all kinds. Cheryl is an avid reader with a psychology background and is happy in the galley preparing great meals. Miguel is a "hands on" person with a construction background from climbing industrial chimneys to project managing communication network installs at Kennedy Space Center. For the past 15 years our main interest has been sailing our 32' Down East cutter rig sail boat in the Caribbean, and traveling where and when we can by land, air, or sea. Meeting and getting to know people and their cultures and customs as we travel is the greatest gift we can give ourselves.