Riverside Reflections. Peaceful Pines.

Bennington, New Hampshire



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Riverside Reflections. Peaceful Pines. Experience a waterfront glamping getaway tucked in a secluded and picturesque oasis on the Contoocook River and Powder Mill Pond, just 1.5 hrs. from Boston and 2.25 hrs. from Hartford in the legendary Monadnock region. Swim, sun, fish, boat, bike, hike without ever having to leave the property! Visit the vibrant local area for golf, the rich arts community, eclectic farm to table dining, unusual shops, antiques, theater and so much more! Fun for all!!. Enjoy 27 acres of waterfront and wooded serenity.in your new backyard! Canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats are on site and can be rented for a small fee. Paddle to the island for a picnic lunch, jump off the railroad bridge with the locals, cool off on the 30 ft. lily pad, have cocktails by sunset in the gazebo, take out the complimentary bikes, read a book in the hammock or just simply sun and do NOTHING! At the end of the day, roast dogs on your site’s charcoal grill, and then relax toasting s’mores by your campfire under the stars overlooking the river, before retiring in your comfy queen bed as the sounds of the waterfall lull you to sleep.

Discover a Riverside Respite, nestled in a private wooded setting throughout 27 acres of water frontage, on lovely Powder Mill Pond and the Contoocook River in Bennington, New Hampshire, just 1.5 hours from Boston and 2.25 hrs from Hartford, in the legendary Monadnock region. Your site sits right on the river's edge, secluded in the heart of natures beauty. During the warmer weather, you can swim, sun, fish, boat, bike, hike or maybe even learn to paddle board. (EMS is just down the road and rents boards for the weekend or day) Your standard Tentrr site includes a Canvas Tent, Bunk with 2 Queen Beds, Camp Table Camp Benches, Adirondack Chairs, Wood Stove, Campfire Grill, Grill Tongs & Brush, Water Carrier, Sun Shower, Trash Can, and Camp toilet. We have provided some free extras, such as a charcoal grill, Fire Pit, a supply of firewood, camp chairs, loo privacy tent, a 5 gallon water jug/pump and more. You just need to supply the linens, instant coals (for safety reasons, no lighter fluid allowed), and the marshmallows! Complimentary bicycles, floats and games are available for guests to use on site. For a small fee, Kayaks, canoes,and paddle boats (and life preservers) are all also available onsite for guests to enjoy. And you can also reserve a private hot tub for a small fee as well. Don’t forget to bring your bathrobe and crocs or flip flops. For your convenience we can also provide indoor and seasonal outdoor showers with hot water, electrical outlets, power packs, additional firewood, etc. (minimal fee may apply). And just a short hike through the woods and across the road, there is a playground and ballpark as well as a small local store that sells bait and also offers a respectable selection of craft beers! If you are traveling with another couple, or a larger group, you may also want to reserve a dome tent and/or see our other listings for more places available to book. There are 10 additional accommodations on the property that include a Yurt, 2 Tiny Houses, a safari tent, 3 vintage campers, 2 waterfront homes and a 1940’s boat that is currently being restored. All are available for you, your friends, a large group or family reunion to book, and enjoy the property amenities and activities and the vibrant surrounding classic New England areas as well! Reserve now and experience the simple joy of a place where you can truly relax, escape the daily grind, or seek tranquility off the grid to enjoy quality time with the people you love! Continue to scroll down to learn more about the area. About the Area No matter what the season, there are plenty of outdoor recreational activities for you and your family to enjoy, but the area itself is also world renowned for offering so much more! Discover a rich arts community, unusual shops, farm to table dining spots, antiques, live music and theater, historic landmarks, architecture, and ongoing fun events and activities unique to the region throughout the year! Enjoy 18 holes of golf at the beautiful Crotched Mountain Golf Resort, tour the local brewery, visit any one of the area’s gourmet shops specializing in artisan cheeses, homemade ice cream, or decadent hand crafted chocolates. Explore the surrounding towns, where during season, you can pick your own fruit from local farms, sample fresh apple cider from the cider mills, or enjoy maple syrup from the local sugar shacks. Don’t miss the town of Peterborough which is less than 15 minutes away from your Bennington retreat. Budget Travel magazine has deemed Peterborough one of the “top 10 coolest small towns in America” and has also been recognized by USA Today as the"most Idyllic picturesque town in New Hampshire." If enjoying nature is your vacation aspiration, the entire Monadnock region awaits you, or simply enjoy the 27 acres of woods and water and the onsite amenities at your new rustic chic retreat. The Monadnock Region in southwest New Hampshire has been described as the Heart of New England, a tribute to its centrally located position within the six state region. Explore the area's plethora of nearby lakes, state parks, and mountains. Looking for hiking trails – easy and accessible or challenging? Of course there is always Mount Monadnock mountain, the most hiked mountain in the world just 40 minutes away, with 40 trails and more than 100 breathtaking mountain vistas!. But the Monadnock region boasts more than just its namesake mountain. Discover more than 35 local hiking spots and secluded wilderness for all levels, surrounding , ranging from steep and cliff trails, to smaller hills and leisurely, gradual strolls that include old rail trails and countless walks close to many village centers. And both Harris Center for Conservation in Hancock and Sheiling Forest in Peterborough Naturalists offer programs, events (even camps) for young and old to learn more about wildlife and nature and the trails, bridges, streams, and boulders make it an "unplugged" wonderland for children of all ages! Have fun, be active, relax, and just be free...enjoy the simpler life, serenity and privacy, a romantic respite, an off the grid experience, a taste of "glamping" or just hassle-free vacationing.


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