Our Home in Bethel is Ready for Guests!

Hiking, XC and downhill skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, golf, restaurants!

My mother and I just finished building a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath house in walking distance from downtown Bethel, in the Western Mountains of Maine, about a 12-minute drive from Sunday River or from Mt. Abram ski resorts.

See below or our VRBO listing for more details and feel free to reach out to me with questions or if you prefer to book directly! I’d also be happy to share our guide to the Bethel region, so you can learn more about all the possible things to before you book!

Although we will not be renting the house full-time, we do plan to rent for several weeks each winter and each summer.

**We have availability in February, March & April 2023!**

Our home:

–Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms, each with a king bed. Queen pullout in the den. While we prefer a max of 8 adults, the house can sleep up to 10

–Two full en suite bathrooms plus a third full bathroom, a half bath and an outdoor shower

–House is on 3 levels including a walkout basement. Total living space ~2855 sq ft. Living and dining area with large open kitchen and cathedral ceilings, loft with desk and sitting area, den/TV room, deck, separate screen house with living area and day bed and dining table for 8

–Large hot tub, fire pit, gas grill

–Fiber optic WIFI, 3 flat screen televisions (streaming-ready but no cable TV)

–A trail right behind the house connects to Bethel Inn/Inland Woods and Trails/Gould Academy trails for skiing, snowshoeing, fat tire/snow biking, hiking & mountain biking

And nearby:

–The Bethel Inn itself, its 18-hole golf course (open to non-members/non-guests) and downtown Bethel with a number of restaurants and the world class Maine Mineral and Gem Museum are less than a mile away

–Ski, paddle board, kayak, canoe and bike rentals nearby

Inland Woods and Trails & Mahoosuc Land Trust trails nearby

–8 miles to Sunday River ski mountain and summer chairlift/hiking trails, golf course and mountain biking trails

–8 miles to Mt Abram’s downhill and skinning trails, as well as summer mountain biking trails

–6 miles to Carter’s XC ski center

–11 miles to the start of Evan’s Notch and the White Mountains

–13 miles to Grafton Notch State Park