Blue Water Farm

2014  Bluewater Lodge Rates

The Lodge sleeps 40 people. Check availability

 

High Season
(May - October)

Off Season
(November - April)

Weekend Rate
(Friday & Saturday)

$1680 per night
(2 night minimum)

$1140 per night
(2 night minimum)

All Other Nights
(Sunday - Thursday)

$1320 per night
(2 night minimum)

$960 per night
(2 night minimum)

Weekly Rate
(7 night stay)

$8400

$6000

Special 
Midweek Package

Stay 4 nights and 
only pay for 3
(Arrive Monday, 
Depart Friday)

$3960

$2880

Downstairs Only
(Holiday Gatherings, 
Parties, Group Functions)

$600
(Wednesday only)

$480
(when available)

Pets

There are no pets allowed in the Lodge.

Linen Service

$25 per person, minimum of 12 people and a $25 delivery fee. The set includes a bedpad, fitted sheet, flat sheet, blanket, pillowcase, bath towel and face cloth. These need to be ordered two weeks prior to your event.

Please Note

  • To reserve our Lodge or the Lodge in conjunction with the cottages for the same event, a one night fee is required. This is non-refundable and non-transferable.

  • Balance is due February 15th of the year in which you are staying. This is non-refundable and non-transferable.

  • Any reservation made less than 90 days in advance of your arrival requires payment in full. This is non-refundable and non-transferable.

  • We require credit card information on file to cover the damage deposit.

  • NH Rooms and Meals tax will be added to the total.

  • MasterCard, Visa, Discover and Diners Club accepted.

  • All rates and policies subject to change without notice.

This summer our family will visit Bluewater Farm for the seventh time.  We come from eight different states, and we all love it here; from the babies to the 85 year old family matriarch.  Everything about the place is memorable; the beauty of the lake; the call of the loons; the rustic charm of the Lodge; the brilliant, starry skies; the big kitchen where six or eight cooks can bustle about together preparing a family meal; the rocking chairs on the porch; the campfire circle; and of course Deb and her warm and accommodating staff.  Our annual gathering is an important part of the glue that holds the family together, and Bluewater Farm has become part of our tradition.

 

Brown Family Rendevouz