The SpaceNestled in the New England forest, come and enjoy the beautiful log home of a local artist. Savor the quiet or hold a celebration! Make music. Rejuvenate. Kitchen, piano & WiFi. Out the back door—biking/birding/wildlife/fly fishing; trails, X-C skiing...
The household environment is conducive to inventing, working, creating, relaxing, and rejuvenating.
Your bedroom is comfortable and quiet. There is a closet and plenty of drawer space. You have a small walkout deck where you can stand and look into the forest. Your bathroom is shared with the owner.
Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate set-up are in the kitchen.
The kitchen is in a shared space. There are high quality pots and pans for you to use, dinnerware, cloth napkins. There is even a Vitamix blender.
Quiet, beautiful, and in the woods. Artisan aesthetic. Ideal for someone who is a mathematician by day and a musician by night :-); or parents of students attending a local independent school; or an artist, writer, or inventor looking for a temporary retreat in which to create. Perfect space for small retreat or small business conference. Plenty of storage. Pantry for guests.
• Well-equipped shared Kitchen
• Vitamix Blender
• Baby Grand Pianos for pianists
• Upon request, Movie Screen, Projector, and Sound System in Great Room • Upon request, use of Washer/Dryer
• Shared Porches, Decks, and Gardens
• A second small Bedroom for visiting guests and family available for an additional fee Guest AccessIn addition to your large private suite, there is a well-equipped shared kitchen, inside and outside dining areas, living room, front deck and porch, and forested grounds for you to enjoy. Interaction with GuestsHost may have brief interactions with guests, or you may not see the host at all. She is happy to answer any of your questions by phone, text, email, or if she is there, in person :-) The NeighborhoodMy local favorites:
Buddha Nest Yoga, 10 minutes by car
134 Main St, Groton, MA 01450
Nashoba Valley Pedalars
A club of recreational, fitness and touring riders located in the Nashoba Valley area of eastern Massachusetts. Primarily a road club, but also offer off-road rides and weekend trips.
Nashoba Paddlers, 13 minutes by car
Kayak and Canoe Rental, Tours, Instruction and River Camp on the Nashua River in West Groton, Massachusetts.
BILLIARDS. The Billiards Café, 39 Main St, Ayer, MA 01432. Opportunities for the strong player. Snooker table, too.
BIRDING. Right out the backdoor. Owls, heron, woodpeckers, hawks...and a meadow a short walk away. Mass Audubon sanctuaries close by.
Bull Run Restaurant (20-25 minutes, backroads)
215 Great Rd, Shirley, MA 01464
Weekly Wednesday Blues Jam, 8:00pm 11:00pm (25 - 30 minutes)
The Gallery at Villageworks
525-545 Massachusetts Avenue
West Acton, MA 01720
Main Streets Cafe, 41 Main St, Concord MA (40 - 45 minutes)
42 Main Street Concord Massachusetts
Concord Scout House
74 Walden St, Concord, MA 01742
Mondays and Thursdays,
Contra Dancing, Live Music
Wednesday evenings in the Village Forge Tavern of the
The Colonial Inn in Concord
48 Monument Square, Concord, MA 01742
Check Nashua NH (25 minutes), Worcester MA (40 minutes)
NATURALISTS. There are people in the area that know the history of the Nashua River and other natural places. Group tours and individual.
Bailey's Bar & Grille, 5 minutes by car
18 Main St. Townsend, MA 01469,
Filho's Cucina, 12 minutes by car
235 Main St, Groton, MA 01450
Casual. Good Italian fare.Eat in or carry out.
Gibbet Hill Grill, 15 minutes by car
Elegant spot in a converted barn grows the produce featured in its menu of refined New England eats.
Chinese TAKE OUT
495 Main St, Groton, MA 01450
(URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundTo get to downtown Boston, a little over an hour away, drive or the commuter rails from Ayer or Fitchburg.
From Boston you can get the MBTA’s public transportation to many other attractions such as Chinatown, the Jamaica Plain neighborhood, the Italian North End, etc. You can also change lines downtown to get on other lines. Other Things to NoteBIKING. Bring yours if you like road or mountain biking.There are country lanes right from the Tree House, and many mountain bike trails a short ride or drive away. The Nashua River Rail Trail, Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, and Minuteman Rail Trail are close by. Rentals, too.
SKYDIVING! The Pepperell Skydive Center is a destination for skydivers from around the world.
HIKING. A hiking trail behind the Tree House connects to the Jeff Smith Trail, a 7-mile trail going up into New Hampshire. Many other trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding close by.
SWIMMING AND FISHING. Heald Pond, a short walk away has great fishing and a small sandy beach for swimming.
BILLIARDS. Top notch tables and even a snooker table at the classy Billiards Cafe in Ayer. A short drive.
BLUES JAMS. Everywhere around. Bring your instrument and jam with the best.
Ask! There is so much to enjoy around here.