Blueberry Hill Inn Restaurant Campground & Cabins


 

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Blueberry Hill Inn Restaurant Campground & Cabins
484 US Route 3
Stratford, NH 03590
Phone:    603-636-1964  



Picture Taken July 03,2006

Blueberry Hill Inn Restaurant Campground & Cabins
" Your home away from home"

 

Hosted by:  Candy & Pete Livingstone
(603) 636-1964  Email Clivin8148@aol.com
www.blueberryhillinncafe.com
“Your home away from home”
Direct Access — ATV & Snowmobile Trails
Café Hours
Fri.—Sat. 6am to 1pm  Sunday 6am to Noon

 

Hosted by:  Candy & Pete Livingstone
(603) 636-1964  Email Clivin8148@aol.com
www.blueberryhillinncafe.com
“Your home away from home”
Direct Access — ATV & Snowmobile Trails
Café Hours
Fri.—Sat. 6am to 1pm  Sunday 6am to Noon

Restaurant - Campground & Cabins
“Your home away from home”
484 US RT 3 Stratford, NH 03590
(603) 636-1964
Email: Clivin8148@aol.com  
Hosted by: Candy & Pete Livingstone
Direct Access – ATV, Snowmobile, Sled Dog Trails
Kayaking, Hiking, Bicycling and other scenic sites
FREE WiFi
Restaurant Hours
> Friday – Sunday 6am to Noon  

 



2015 Campground Rates

 

 Tent Sites     $27.00 per night with no hookups

RV/Trailer site

  • 3 way hook-up 20, 30 & 50 amp electric
  • (2 adults and 2 children age 5 thru 17 or 4 adults.)
  • All others are subject to a visitor fee

RV/Trailer & Tent Sites

  • all have Full Hook-up (which includes water, electric and sewer)
  • $38.00 per night
  • Seasonal Site (Full Hook-up) $1400. plus metered electric

Cabins

  • Visitors  Age 18 and up: $10. per person for overnight
  • Children 5 – 17 years: $5. per person (under 5 free) 
  • Over 65  Ask for price

All visitors must register at the Inn upon arrival.

 

Blueberry Hill is a large Early Colonial farmhouse on 55 acres of wild blueberry fields and woods on the Connecticut River Valley in Stratford, New Hampshire. 

A casual, comfortable, take-off-your-shoes-and-sit-a-bit kind of place offering you the opportunity to just sit back and escape the hectic daily rut, while taking in the wild beauty of our corner of New Hampshire, and letting the stress and struggle of life ease away. You'll find our facilities are kept neat, orderly and, due to our very particular custodian who also runs a part time business serving other local establishments offering janitorial supplies for restaurants, everything is kept spic and span. He has a long running relationship with the national cleaning supply firm CleanItSupply - so we never run out of maintenance supplies.

If you are an ATVer  or snowmobiler we are located right on the Corridor 3 trail system.  While you are enjoying the company of other guests and the adventures of the day, your sled can be parked in a heated garage.

Cash or personal checks only   NO CREDIT CARDS

 

 

 

4-season resort
An intimate inn with 6 rooms & a cabin ranging from $75-$125 per night for 2
From the beginning of your stay, you'll feel like one of the family
Rooms with nooks and crannies that invite you to curl up and relax
A studio that sleeps six with living/dining area, private bath, bedroom
A room with a private bath (also sleeps six)
4 rooms with 2 shared baths
A cabin that sleeps 4
Can accomadate families up to 25 people in the main inn and 4 people in the cabin
Breakfast available after a restful night's sleep on either flannel or fleece sheets (All three meals are available upon request)
ATV and snowmobile trailer parking available
Heated garage for your snowmobile or ATV
Direct access "right from the door" to miles and miles of groomed snowmobile trails in NH, VT, ME, and Canada
100 miles of trails on the North Country ATV Trail System -- the best trail system on the East Coast
Sled dog accomadations available and groomed trails available for training or a relaxing ride
Cross-country ski or snowshoe on trails
Four major ski areas: Loon, Bretton Woods, Balsams, Cannon Mountain, all within an hour ride


In spring, summer, and fall  you can go fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, picking berries, golfing, go to the theater, antiquing, canoeing, or kayaking the Connecticut River.  For a change of pace, you can motor our many backroads and take in the breathtaking views, including our spectacular fall

 



 

 
 
>Restaurant access from the Blueberry Hill Loop
Look for the Blueberry Hill Inn sign on the trail

Restaurant Hours:
       Friday - Sunday   6am - Noon
Enjoy a home-cooked meal in front of the fireplace or wood stove
Daily specials
Homemade soups and desserts
We specialize in omelets and our own wild blueberry muffins and pancakes
Seating for up to 24 people
Available for hosting various parties or other special occasions

 



 

We are within a one-hour drive to some of the White Mountain attractions.

Snowmobile Miles to
Coleman State Park      45.0
Errol                                48.5
NCATV Trailhead           10.0

ATV Miles to
Connolly Cabin                  2.0
Trailside Lodge                  2.4
Stratford Bog                      7.4
Morse Mtn.                        10.0
NCATV Trailhead             10.0
Bear Bait Picnic Area      14.5
Blue Mountain Variety    22.0
Errol                                  57.0

 



Campground Rules & Regulations

 

General: Speed Limit: 5 – 10 MPH

Quiet Hours: 11:00pm thru 7:00am

Check in Time: 1:00pm

Check out Time: 12:00 (additional charge to stay longer)

    All reservations must accompany a deposit in the form of a money order or personal check.  Special event dates or holiday dates may be due in advance.  If your reservation requires advance payment, we will notify you prior to billing.  If you would rather send your deposit payment by mail send it to Blueberry Hill Inn – Café 484 US RT 3 No. Stratford, NH 03590.  A reservation is not guaranteed until your deposit is received.  We must receive deposits sent via U.S. mail no less than 29 days prior to your arrival.

Deposits Amounts:  Holiday, Special Events Dates – Deposit amount is equal to the cost of site fees in full according to minimum stay requirements and is due in advance.

Other Dates:  Deposit amount is equal to ½ of the amount of your site fees.

Cancellations and Refunds:   Holiday or Special Events Dates – No Refunds.

Other dates with 30 days notice – Full refund.

Other dates with 14 days notice – Refund less $20. Service Fee.

Less than 14 days notice – No Refund

Inclement Weather – No Refund

We regret that we cannot issue refunds for early departures or for cancellations.

Cancellations that require a refund payment by check will be subject to a $20 charge regardless of cancellation date.

Pets:  Family Pets are welcome, be sure to bring a copy of their current health certificate.  If you leave the campground, you must take your pets with you.  Pets must be on a leash at all times and we require you clean up after your pet regardless of where you are in the campground.  Please be considerate of other campers and keep your pet quiet they should not be left alone on your site barking because they miss you.  We do not charge any additional fees for your pets.

Fires:  We ask that all fires be attended at all times, cooking only in daytime, campfires after 5:00pm and out by 12:00.  (1:00am on holiday weekends.)  Burning paper, garbage, bottles or cans IS NOT PERMITTED.   Fires no higher that 2’, per order of Fire Warden.  Fireplace ashes are not allowed to be dumped into the dumpsters.

Dump Station:  Free use for registered campers upon checkout.   Registered campers needing station upon arrival $5.   Off road usage for station $25.

Recyclables:  Bottles and cans have to be separated from garbage (trash).

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