Located across the street from beautiful Paugus Bay Laconia, NH

These affordable Lake Winnipesaukee Condos are comfortable, private, and conveniently located. Efficiencies include microwaves, refrigerators, and Keurig coffee machines.  Our studio, one, and two-bedroom suites offer full kitchens, living areas, and private balconies.  Front suites enjoy a beautiful sunset over Paugus Bay. Take a dip in our outdoor pool!  Free wifi in every suite. Smoking is not permitted in the units or anywhere in the complex.  Sorry, pets are not allowed.

Extended stay discounts available for those looking to stay a month or longer.  The maximum stay is six months.  Please email condosatthelake@gmail.com for availability and extended stay rates. The availability calendars are disabled October – May so please email for availability. 

Enjoy dinner in the fabulous on-site restaurant, Myrna’s Classic Cuisine.  You will not be disappointed!

Enjoy the perfect New Hampshire getaway for all seasons.  With 72 square miles and 264 islands, Lake Winnipesaukee is the perfect place for boating, watersports, swimming, and outdoor fun.  Gunstock Mountain Resort is 15 minutes away and offers zip lining, Segway tours, mountain coasters, and scenic lift rides.  Leaf peepers enjoy the magnificent fall foliage.  Snowmobiling, skiing, and ice fishing are fun winter activities for the family to enjoy as well.  Tax-free shopping is just 15 minutes away at the Tanger Outlet Mall.  Enjoy a concert at the Bank of NH Pavilion which is just minutes away.  With so many New Hampshire attractions, things to do, places to eat and sites to see, you will love your visit to the Lakes Region!

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