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Piermont Place Cottages


Piermont Place Cottages • 632 Cape Moonshine Road • Piermont, NH 03779

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Travel North on rte 93 (or Rte 3 to 93), take exit 26, rte 25, which only goes West. Follow rte 25, pass Hatch Plaza (A good place to pick up food/stuff Wal mart) and through the rotary. After the rotary continue on rte 25 West 15.5 mi. to Warren. Turn left on rte 25c. Follow 25c, for 4.5 mi., then turn left at the sign to the Wentworth Baptist Church (this is Cape Moonshine Rd, Camp Walt Whitman). Go 0.6 mi. The road to the lake is on the right and has a sign reading "Piermont Place". You will pass several attractions on the way, Fat Bob's Ice Cream (and minigolf), Polar Caves Park, Wachipauka Pond Trail head, NH Fish & Game visitor center, and a couple of general stores.

From Keene vicinity: Go to rte 91 north up the Connecticut river on the Vermont side. The Bradford exit is rte 25c. Follow that over the river (before the river is a 4 corners with a light. A superb farm stand is right there and a short detour to the left leads to a supermarket (before Bradford) after return to 25c and continue) and then straight ahead into NH on 25c (approx. 10 mi.) turn right at the sign to the Wentworth Baptist Church (Cape Moonshine Rd, Camp Walt Whitman). If you begin to go down a steep mountain into Warren, you missed the turn and went too far. Go 0.6 mi. The road to the lake is on the right and has a sign reading "Piermont Place".



Browse through pictures of the cottages. Cottages are available from May to October.

Cottage 4 (4 bedroom, 2 story)
Cottage 3 (3 bedroom, 2 story)
Cottage 2 (2 bedroom, 1 story)
Cottage 1 (1 bedroom, 1 story)

Fishing Licenses

Please visit the NH Fish & Game Department Site for more information on fishing licenses and local retailers through which you can purchase a license. As of 2011 season, children 15 and under do not require a fishing license in the state of NH. Lake Armington has the following fish species: rainbow trout, brown trout, smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, and hornpout. www.wildlife.state.nh.us