At the foot of the Franconia Ridge, on the banks of the Pemi River, in the quaint New England town of North Woodstock, New Hampshire sits the Woodstock Farmhouse. Originally built in 1890 the Maplewood Cottage and Rooms was for travelers making their way through the White Mountains the Woodstock Farmhouse. The seven bedroom, five bath house boasts antique farmhouse decor with its wide pine floors, rough sawn beams, and large farmhouse table. Set to make your gathering memorable the layout includes two masters with the first floor master being handicap accessible and the second floor master, a spectacular powder room. The five spacious guest rooms give plenty of options with five queens, five twins, and three conveniently located full baths. Gathering in the great room is natural with its charm. The dining room will make you want to linger long after the meal has been served, and hosting from the farmers kitchen makes customizing your stay a treat.
We are the Corey's and we'd like to take a minute to introduce ourselves and tell you a bit of the story of how we came about the farmhouse. We moved to the White Mountains of New Hampshire from Maine in 2012 and absolutely love it here. There are five of us. Heidi (mom), adventurous hard worker; Abishai (15), fun loving and loyal; Hadi (13), the creative life of the party; Jesse (10), a wild free range child and me Marcus (Dad), the visionary people person.
As the Loon Mountain chaplain, I have the pleasure of taking part in many weddings here in the mountains. Over time, I saw the need for a "wedding house" or a place for the immediate family to gather during a destination wedding. We had never dreamed of buying an 1890's inn on the Pemi river but when we approached the owners with the idea of renovating the property back to its original use while adding new flare, they were excited.
We love where we live and it is our hope that the farmhouse provides a place for groups to gather here in the mountains. Our operating schedule is as follows: from late spring through mid-fall, our focus is weddings and guest groups. In the winters we rent to seasonal families, and during the "shoulder seasons" the Farmhouse will be available for non-profits to use for retreats.
Our three kids are passionate ski racers and they all dream of attending a ski academy. The financial goal of the farmhouse is to support our kids alpine ambitions. Thank you for taking the time to get to know us we hope to meet you at the farmhouse.