At Bear Tree
Bear Tree's Metallak Lodge is rustic elegance! Located on the shore of 1st Connecticut Lake in Pittsburg, NH,this wonderful lakeside lodge is a unique handcrafted log home built in the 1930's, it has four bedrooms and can accommodate up to 14 of your guests. It also has two and one-half baths, a large fully equipped kitchen and dining room. Most spectacular is the twenty-one by thirty-foot living room with a stunning eighteen-foot high cathedral ceiling. Come in from a day of snowmobiling,skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing,sit back and enjoy a roaring fire encased in a fieldstone fireplace. In the summer months, relax on the open deck or covered porch and take in the wonderful views and sprawling lawns that lead you right to the shore with wonderful views of Mt. Magalloway. For those days that you just can't let go of the real world, satellite television and wireless internet are available. The rate for Bear Tree's Metallak Lodge is $590.00 per night based on six guest occupancy, $35.00 for each additional guest, 14 guest max.
The Hide Away Cabin At Bear Tree is a little piece of heaven! Located on the shore of First Connecticut Lake, it's the perfect spot to sit back, look at the wonderful view and listen to the loons calling out to each other. The Hide-Away has a large living area with satellite television, large eat-in kitchen ,one bedroom can accommodate four guests in a queen bed and a set of bunk beds. Best of all is the covered porch where you can enjoy your morning cup of coffee and take it all in! The rate for The Hide Away is $200.00 per night based on double occupancy, $35.00 for each additional guest, four guest max. 2 night minimum stay required.
Little Fry Cabin At Bear Tree Rustic, nostalgic cabin that shares the same beautiful site as Salmon Leap Lodge. From its own porch, one can contemplate where to fish, hunt, kayak, etc. …… Sleeps maximum of four (Full Size Bed, twin bed and loveseat sleeper). Dining/living area has satellite TV and comes fully equipped with all the necessary cooking appliances/utensils. The cabin has a gas grill available in the summer months as well. Located beside snowmobile access trail. Little Fry cabin is $130.00 per night during the Winter/Spring months, $175.00 per night Summer/Fall.
Salmon Leap Lodge At Bear Tree: Enjoy the beautiful view from the large deck, sit by the shore around the open fire pit, listen to the loon in the morning and take in all the comfort that Salmon Leap has to offer. Newly renovated with large great room, open floor plan, remodeled kitchen. There is a gas fireplace in both the living area as well as the dining room. Satelite TV and full bath with washer and dryer makes Salmon Leap perfect for an extended stay. Open deck with patio furnishings and gas grill. Plenty of room for up to seven guests in two guest rooms, one with a queen bed, one with three twin beds and a private sitting area with a queen pullout. The rate for Salmon Leap Lodge is $300.00 based on four guests, $35.00 for each additional guest.
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In the autumn of 2002 Bear Tree Rental purchased a 6.2-acre parcel of land upon which four unique log structures pre-existed. The uniqueness of the buildings, coupled with their layout on the site had great appeal to us.
The site has a compound configuration reminiscent of the plot plans associated with the old hunting and fishing camps from a bye-gone era complete with the traditional game pole. To whet the appetite of all outdoor enthusiasts, there is a trout-feeding pond from which the neighboring deer and moose frequently drink.
Adjacent to the pond, there is a picnic area with several tables and a barbecue pit. Toward the back of the property, there are game trails and a snowmobile trail that makes for a great game viewing adventure.
Over the winter months, (02 – 03), the interiors of these buildings were refurbished with a goal of adding all the modern amenities while preserving the charm and rugged appeal of the past. Careful thought has gone into the furnishing of each unit including memorabilia, etc. in an attempt to preserve a nostalgic atmosphere.