Skip to content
Some info has been automatically translated. Show original language

Lake Winnipesaukee fishing vacation rentals

Find and book unique accommodations on Airbnb

Top-rated vacation rentals in Lake Winnipesaukee

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Vacation home in Gilford
Marty's Bay- Updated 1-bedroom w/ Lake Access
Enjoy a wonderful experience filled with hospitable touches at this centrally located, 1-bedroom condo with private beach access to Lake Winnipesaukee and a direct walking path to the Bank of NH Pavilion. Our unit has a kitchen, private deck, queen bed, sleeper sofa, and lots of amenities. Great for bike week, concerts, trips to the lake, and hiking trails! IMPORTANT: The indoor pool, hot tub, & sauna are currently closed for construction. We do not have a date of when this will be completed.
$207 per night
Cabin in Ossipee
Lakefront designer cabin with hot tub
A lakefront property with a private beach and access to a boat ramp has had an extensive renovation. The aim has been to provide style, comfort and convenience with high-end designer furniture, lighting, and accents. Rustic elegance combines the aesthetic appeal of the cabin's solid frontier feeling with the comfort and amenities of modern life. Duncan Lake is a hidden gem off Rt. 16 in Ossipee, NH and the property is set in a half-acre of woods on the southern edge of the White Mountains.
$382 per night
Cottage in Meredith
Pet Friendly Modern Cottage w/ Lake Access
Welcome to our pet-friendly modern cottage nestled on a quiet wooded lot located a short two-minute walk to Lake Winnipesaukee with access to a neighborhood deck. Loaded with thoughtful amenities inside and out. The house is just minutes from downtown Meredith and Weirs Beach in Laconia. Relax outside by the fire pit or cool down in the air-conditioned, updated living space. Connect and stream with high-speed internet and WiFi, Roku TV, and AirPlay speaker, or unplug for a fun game night.
$295 per night

Lake side house rentals in Lake Winnipesaukee

Home in Laconia
Luxury|Waterview|Patio|Grill| New Construction
$182 per night
Home in Laconia
Riverfront W kayaks, Close to Beach & Bank of NH
$316 per night
Home in Barnstead
Family lake house with pvt beach, dock
$243 per night
Home in Moultonborough
Hale Pau Hana
$485 per night
Home in Laconia
Luxe waterfront| PVT Dock, Deck, Sonos, Sleeps 10
$292 per night
Home in Alton
Winnipesaukee Lakefront Home with Dock & Views!
$384 per night
Home in Gilford
3bd2ba hot tub-lake, mtn, music
$196 per night
Home in Gilford
Your getaway at Lake Winnipesaukee
$284 per night
Home in Alton
Derby House
$375 per night
Home in Tilton
A Peaceful Lake House by Winnisquam
$197 per night
Home in Barnstead
Stylish Lake Home, Serene Sunsets
$300 per night
Home in Fryeburg
Hot tub, Deck, Solo Stove, Grill, N Conway, Dog OK
$334 per night

Lake Winnipesaukee fishing house rentals

Home in Wakefield
Secluded 2BR Lakefront Dog Friendly | Dock
$335 per night
Home in Gilford
Gilford House w/ Covered Deck & Grill!
$333 per night
Home in Gilford
Lake Winnipesaukee Waterfront Home w/ dock
$457 per night
Home in Ossipee
HOT TUB, Dog Friendly, River Front Home!
$275 per night
Home in Laconia
LakeWinni/Ski Retreat w/ HotTub+Pool by WeirsBeach
$399 per night
Home in Wakefield
Studio Lakefront Dog Friendly | Dock
$257 per night
Home in Wakefield
Lakefront Home-Stunning Views-Hot Tub, 3100 sqft!
$540 per night
Home in Wolfeboro
Tranquil Pondside Retreat
$195 per night
Home in Gilford
Lisa’s Lakeview Living at Lake Winnipesaukee!
$350 per night
Home in Wolfeboro
Charming house near beaches, lakes and mountains
$244 per night
Home in Moultonborough
Steps to Lake Winnipesaukee
$475 per night
Home in Barnstead
Lakefront, gameroom, firepit and fall foliage
$500 per night

Your guide to Lake Winnipesaukee

All About Lake Winnipesaukee

In the hill-covered Lakes Region of the White Mountains, you’ll find New Hampshire’s largest lake and its 288 miles of shoreline. The shimmering blue waters of Lake Winnipesaukee are ideal for swimming, jumping off docks, and boating during the summer months. And you can spend days on a boat, hopping from island to island (there are 274 habitable ones) or simply floating the day away. The winter snowfall brings cross-country skiers and ice fishers.

But the appeal of staying near Lake Winnipesaukee isn’t merely the water but also the communities established on its shores. The largest city in the area is Laconia, where Victorian homes line the lakefront and Winnipesaukee Pier, chocolate shops, general stores, and vendors selling souvenirs offer a peek into the region’s heyday in the early 1900s. Just north of Laconia is the artistic little town of Meredith, and on the southeastern shore, you’ll find three small museums and colorful historic buildings in the town of Wolfeboro. At the northernmost part of the lake lies Moultonborough, a quieter and more rural town, where you’ll find some of the region’s most stunning European-style architecture.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Winnipesaukee

Precipitation is high and steady throughout the year, with about seven days of rain each month, so be sure to pack waterproof layers and boots regardless of the season. The summer brings high daily temperatures with a bit of humidity that subsides as the sun goes down. It’s ideal weather for riding and boating, if you’re in town for the annual Motorcycle Week in June or to see prized boats at the boat show in July.

Fall is one of the most popular seasons for booking Lake Winnipesaukee house rentals as sweater weather returns and vivid foliage turns the area into an autumnal paradise. Winter brings plenty of snow, and the lake freezes over to make way for outdoor hockey games and ice fishing. Spring brings the big thaw and lots of mud, so you may want to pass up the hiking trails in favor of exploring the lakeside towns.

Top things to do in Lake Winnipesaukee


Home to Weirs Beach, Winnipesaukee Pier, a drive-in theater, bowling lanes, arcades, and mini-golf courses, this lakeside city is the central hub of the Lakes Region. Dining options are plentiful, and you’ll find local restaurants specializing in farm-to-table cuisine, wood-paneled diners, cute cafes in residential neighborhoods, and lakeside steak and seafood lounges.

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

For sweeping views of the lake and surrounding mountains that you can’t get from hiking or driving around, book a one- or two-hour train ride on this 19th-century rail system. You can board in Meredith or Weirs Beach, and there’s daily service during the summer, weekend rides throughout the spring, and even special fall foliage rides during the first months of autumn. Although you can snag some light snacks and drinks at the gift shop before you board, you’re also welcome to bring your own picnic on board.


The Lakes Region is surrounded by temperate deciduous forests like the Belknap Mountain State Forest, where a popular trail will lead you up Mount Major. If you get an early start, you can beat the crowds and have the views of the lake to yourself.