Private bed, bath, and sitting room in a unique location with a pretty water view. Just minutes to Concord by car and 30 minutes to Cambridge and Boston. Hike from the front door through conservation land to Thoreau’s Walden Pond. Many nearby historical and literary destinations.
Private bed, bath, and sitting room in a unique location with a pretty water view. Just minutes to Concord and 30 minutes to Cambridge and Boston. Hike from the front door through conservation land to Thoreau’s Walden Pond. Many nearby historical and literary destinations.
My wife and I feel lucky to live here and we are happy to share it with guests. We have a lovely view of Farrar Pond, a lake that wraps around our house and its gardens. Across the street is a conserved forest that stretches all the way to Walden Pond. The trails offer excellent walking, cycling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. We have easy auto access to good local restaurants and farm stands. Without traffic, we’re a half hour from the Harvard campus and Boston.
Guests always have access to their rooms, our grounds, and wifi. The sitting room has HD TV. We have trail maps to lend.
Our BnB rooms are on a separate floor, a lower level, so our guests have some privacy.
Every guest enjoys the beauty of our neighborhood, but those who are curious about history, nature, and/or New England writers will have the richest experience here.
The sitting room can accommodate up to two "extra" guests ($20 per night per person).
A continental breakfast is usually available on request. Use of the kitchen is not part of what we offer.
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Guests use the bedroom, sitting room, bathroom, and connecting corridors on the lower floor.
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Occasionally guests have been disappointed because they assumed that they would have access to kitchen facilities. We hate to see anyone disappointed! Although we do our best to accommodate special requests, regular kitchen use is not part of our offering.
Please, no smoking and no pets.
I am the author of a novel entitled "Ike" and Editor-in-Chief of Personal History Press. My career has included authoring guides to Massachusetts rivers and New England mountains and serving of executive director of a local conservation organization. My wife shares my appreciation of the outdoors, especially observing birds and other wildlife. We have travelled to Equador, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Turkey, Italy, France, Sri Lanka, and many places in North America. We like to learn as we travel, and to see wildlife, and to eat, talk, hear music, and see historic places.