Here is my review of the house in Gorham: The house was as described. The homeowner had baby furniture, which was very helpful. There were plenty of sheets but all the beds were very uncomfortable. Some windows did not have screens (especially in the living room, which did not allow for cross circulation. There were dirty dishes in the dishwasher. There was food in both the freezer & frig. No cereal bowls Blankets should have been refreshed as they had an odor Not enough bath towels, only 1 or 2 faceclothes, no dish towels, no hand towels, no dish strainer Water pressure very low in showers Basement screen door inoperable Beautiful location
We ended up staying in another location that the host had in Whitefield/Dalton because Missy said that was better equipped for cooking. If you are looking for a secluded, comfy retreat in the mountains -- the Whitefield house is perfect. There are several outdoor seating areas and TWO porches, we watched the stars every night -- which was a true treat for us since we're NYers and can't see them in the pollution! We were looking for a place for our "mini-moon" and this definitely fit our needs. Three bedrooms, all have queen-sized beds ... two bathrooms, laundry downstairs, porches, living room, ample kitchen. Beautiful house, and close enough to the hiking we wanted to do (Mount Adams is ~40 minutes and Jefferson ~45) Would definitely recommend, we were a couple but would be perfect to come in a group given the number of rooms and outdoor seating areas.