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Longhaul Farm at Squam Lake

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113 Rte, Holderness, NH 03245-0225
+1 603-968-9381
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This place closed 2 years ago and is still for sale

The nicest couple ever tried to make a unique camping like dining experience in their farm. Food... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2016
Peggy C
Holderness, New Hampshire
Can't Get Fresher Food

Have visited every year when in the area, and bought fresh seasonal produce, cheese and dairy... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2015
Sue L
Clinton, Connecticut
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Not just a working organic farm! At our "Farm Stand & Cafe," purchase from the bounty of our harvest along w/locally sourced meats, poultry, produce, ice cream, and more. We also create eat-in or carry-out meals. The "Pavilion in the Woods" welcomes the public to "Real Food Festivities" (summer BBQs and Brunches and winter snowshoeing w/hearty lunches or suppers). Other activities include garden workshops, music events, and more. Pavilion also may be reserved for your wedding.
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9 Aug 2016
“This place closed 2 years ago and is still for sale”
1 Mar 2015
“Can't Get Fresher Food”
113 Rte, Holderness, NH 03245-0225
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Reviewed 9 August 2016

The nicest couple ever tried to make a unique camping like dining experience in their farm. Food was good ol' down home BBQ but they struggled with lack of emenities up at the dining location plus lots of flying insects, etc typical to NH woods...More

Thank Peggy C
Reviewed 1 March 2015

Have visited every year when in the area, and bought fresh seasonal produce, cheese and dairy products, as well as baked goods. Great local, small and fresh shopping spot, reasonable prices.

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 31 October 2014

Sadly the Longhaul has closed and the property is for sale. Its too bad, as it was a great place, but the economy has caused many good businesses to close- no specific knowledge of what happened in this case.

1  Thank Jane M
Reviewed 28 May 2014

This is a local farm stand type business in the area for many years. It was ahead of its time and continues to be a real asset to the local area offering good organic foods and various social gatherings. They grow a lot of crops...More

1  Thank Jane M
Reviewed 14 October 2013

My teen son and daughter love to drive up and choose goodies from the farm store. We have even taken the time, in the past, for a relaxing sit on the porch or a game of checkers. Love the fresh produce, corn is a splurge...More

1  Thank beachgirlybm
Reviewed 18 February 2013

Imagine driving up a dirt road and seeing the welcoming smoke from a wood stove atop a cozy little pavillion nestled amongst the trees. Then, your quest for a comfort-food Saturday lunch reveals homemade shepherd's pie and a tasty salad - all made with locally...More

2  Thank roadtrippin58
Reviewed 5 November 2012

Lorri and H.O. really thought they pulled a fast one on us. We planned on having our wedding there and they totally took advantage of us. They led us to believe that they could meet any budget and that it would be cheaper to have...More

7  Thank Mary P
SquamLake, Owner at Longhaul Farm at Squam Lake, responded to this reviewResponded 12 June 2013

Oh... How silly it has been not to get into Trip Advisor ....earlier to respond to this "love mail" from the past! We all so understand that there are always two sides to every story! Sadly this young couple was excited to reserve a date...More

Reviewed 4 September 2012

There's no cooking in our cottage ('camp') on Saturday night anymore because everyone wants to go to Longhaul for Len and Lorri's fabulous BBQ. The ribs are ridiculously good, as is all the food. But the setting is well beyond 'ridiculously good'. Len's simple, gorgeous,...More

3  Thank debtall289
Reviewed 24 July 2012

While driving in Holderness, NH we spotted a sign advertising a "Four Carrot dinner". Sounded interesting and we enjoy eating local foods-so we went and so glad we did!! The dinner was excellent-wonderful food-nice presentation and delightful hosts. The roast chicken was moist and tender,...More

4  Thank ilikedogs
Reviewed 16 July 2012

Wonderful market of local produce and other local products like cheese and ice cream and homemade baked goods. I like to shop there when we stay at the lake. They also have a terrific weekend brunch and evening bbq in a outstanding farm setting that...More

2  Thank oyyveyy
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