Minimum Stay: 2 Nights
Property Type: House
Internet: Yes, Wifi
Pets Considered: No
Wheel Chair Accessible: No
"Time Again" is located on a large secluded private lot in a heavily wooded area of the Eastman resort community. It has an open floor plan with two separate living areas, 5 bedrooms (sleeps 10), 3 bathrooms, dining room, sunroom, office loft, open deck and covered porch. There are many large windows and skylights providing natural lighting and wooded views. The living area on the main floor features a large stone fireplace giving it a chalet feel and provides a spacious area for socializing, while the second living area on the lower level features a large flat screen tv for gaming/videos, cable provided, a foosball table and gas potbelly stove and is perfect for kids, sports enthusiasts or anyone else who wants to break from the group.
The main floor has one bedroom which has a queen size bed and is connected to the first floor bathroom. The second floor has two more bedrooms connected by a second bathroom. One bedroom has a full/twin bunk set and the other has a queen bed. The lower level also has two bedrooms, one with a full and a twin bed and the other with a queen bed. The third bathroom is on the lower level.
The natural surroundings provide unlimited opportunity for outdoor activities as well as full-time relaxation.
Eastman’s outdoor activities include an 18-hole championship golf course, over 17 miles of hiking, snow shoeing and cross country ski trails (also a cross-country/snowshoe center with rentals), a sled hill, ice skating pond, 6 private beaches on the 360 acre lake, canoe/kayak/boat rentals, fishing, 14 tennis courts and a basketball court. Eastman’s new multi-million dollar recreation center features an indoor swimming pool, fitness center with state-of-the art exercise equipment, game room and meeting areas. Additionally, there is a club house with a restaurant and bar (both with outdoor seating weather permitting) and a large banquet room.
The location is also convenient to many other New Hampshire natural and community attractions including downhill skiing (approximately 15 miles to sunapee mountain, 10 miles to whaleback mountain and 55 miles to killington or okemo), lake sunapee, quechee gorge (vermont’s little grand canyon), many state parks, hiking trails, biking trails (rails to trails and mountain biking), rivers and lakes and many wonderful small towns such as hanover (dartmouth college), lebanon and woodstock which feature many restaurants, shops, museums and festivals.