Location, Location...Country Inn and Cabin Rentals
5,780+ acres of recreational trails behind this Lodging property.
This Incredible Inn and Cabin Rental business is located between the two largest Alpine Ski Resorts (Brentonwood and Attitash) in Bartlett, New Hampshire, on historic scenic highway route 302.
The White Mountain National Forest (WMNF+Bartlett Experimental Forest) is directly to the rear of this lodging property. This exclusive geographical element is what sets this Inn and Cabin rental business apart from any other advertised lodging property for sale in the Jackson/Bartlett/Glen, area! The fact that you have the National Forest abutting Abenaki Inn's rear boundary makes this Lodging property the best deal for the money! Any investor or family that wants to work, live and play in one location has it all right here. The Bartlett Josiah grade/middle school is in walking distance from the Inn and is one of the highest academically accredited schools in the entire country, for those prospective buyers who might have children this is a good thing!
The Pristine Saco River (offering many swimming holes, kayaking and great fishing) is just a short 5 minute walk from the Inn. Yes, Location, location, location is key to any successful lodging business when there is competition for market share; just ask the Famous Mr. Conrad Nicholson Hilton; as he exclaimed: Location, Location, Location! The video below depicts the trails in the winter time and they are multi-use (ie., xcountry skiing, snow-shoeing, dog sledding, hiking, mountain biking; Pony riding trails, too,... all permitted). Enjoy!:o)
Previous owners rented snowmobiles from the property and thought about renting x-country skis and snow-shoes. Many business opportunities exist and can be very profitable utilizing the Inn's property. This is the area where all the tourist end up. Making the proverbial 'hay while the sun shines' has always been good here in the Valley, even when the economy went south people from around the world still came to New Hampshire to relax and destress; but we do have weeks interspersed though out the year when things quiet some and that gives us Inn keepers time to ourselves;.... time to ourselves to count our profits.",...:o). This place is a tranquil, four season mountain paradise, at it's finest, with native animal species including but not limited to: Black Bear, Moose, White-tail deer, Fox;(red & Gray), Wild Turkey, Squirrels (Red & Gray), plenty of bird species, too.
The area is called "The Valley" or "Mount Washington Valley" by most of the "Locals. The Valley is situated at the base of the Presidential Mountain range with Mountain Washington towering as the highest Peak. The community boast a vibrant tourist industry the entire year round with hiking, Kayaking and camping as the predominant drawls in the summer; and, Alpine Skiing, Snowmobiling, X-country skiing and Dog-sledding in the winter; this is not to mention Ice-climbing, Snow-shoeing, Ice Skating and the list is endless for the recreational activities! Tax Free shopping and plenty of fine dining dots the landscape throughout the Valley which comprises approximately 30 square miles. The hustle and bustle that you would think lends itself to a tourist destination place such as Valley, which is a semi-urban area at it's center and small town feel at its out skirts is really not so. Laid back easy going attitudes is what you'll mostly find here amongst the visitors and locals alike. It's a wonderful place to live, work and play, and most assuredly New England's best kept secret.