Josselyn's Getaway Log Cabins


306 North Road Jefferson, NH

Spring 2013 Newsletter


Beds, bureaus, tables and chairs, coat racks, ceiling lights, table lights, floor lamps, and more...........

What's new at Josselyn's...........we've been busy sprucing up the Cabins.

  • The Rocks: bathroom got a facelift! New white fixtures- no more Green. New floor with a rock pattern. 50+ inch flatscreen TV in the living room. New 3' x 3' tile landing at the entry. New hanging light over dining table.
  • Crosstown: has a new theme- "Christmas in the Mountains".   Hightlights include:  shelves throughout, stocked with Christmas items such as cookie jars and other knick knacks. The shelves that divided the kitchen and living rooms have been taken out and replaced with a wood carving of the mountains.

And we're not done yet....A few more tricks up our sleeve for some of the other cabins.  We appreciate all the ideas our guests have shared with us to enhance the cabins even more.  We hope you will visit us again soon to check it out!


Area Events:


The New Hampshire Maple Experience

Event Fee: Adults $15 Children $12

Maple tours are back on tap at The Rocks Estate this spring. Discovering the history of maple sugaring, participating in the process of tapping trees and making syrup, horse-drawn wagon rides through the scenic Rocks property, and tasty treats have made these tours a favorite springtime tradition. “Last year nearly 800 visitors participated in the Maple Experience at The Rocks in just seven days,” said longtime Rocks Estate manager Nigel Manley. “We collaborate with a number of other area businesses to provide a fun and educational program for visitors of all ages.” Reservations are recommended. Visitors learn how to identify the sugar maple trees that produce the sweet sap for making syrup, hear the history of maple sugaring, and see part of the process demonstrated at the on-site New Hampshire Maple Experience. In continuing its tradition of partnering with area businesses, The Rocks has again teamed up with the famous Polly’s Pancake Parlor in nearby Sugar Hill to offer a tasty twist to the popular sugaring program. Polly’s will offer an abbreviated menu at The Rocks from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day of The New Hampshire Maple Experience. Polly’s waffle and pancake mixes will be available for sale again this season. Kingdom Kernels Kettle Corn of Lower Waterford, Vt., will also be onsite, offering fresh-popped corn in two varieties Original of course, Maple Kettle Corn. With the 2010 opening of the N.H. Maple Experience museum, The Rocks also offers off-season tours during the summer and fall. For those looking to turn the springtime Maple Experience into a weekend-long North Country stay, The Rocks collaborates with local inns to offer weekend vacation packages. Visit to find participating lodging establishments.

The Rocks Estate
4 Christmas Lane
Bethlehem, NH 03574

Phone: 603-444-6228
Murder Mystery Weekend
4/13/2013; 04/14/2013

Event Fee: Free to participate, $10 to submit guess.

SelectDetect's President and CIO (Chief Investigator of Operations), Hugh Dunit is treating his prospective detective franchisees,YOU, to the opening performance of Four Tutus for Two at Lincoln and North Woodstock's favorite performing arts spot, the Papermill Theatre. Show producer Cassius King has been trying to get the show together with a washed-up leading man, a former beauty queen who can't even spell acting let alone do it, and a director that is as insensitive as a forehead full of Botox. Will the show open? Will the actors remember their lines? Will everyone survive? (Not likely... this is a murder mystery!) Find out why Four Tutus for Two is a killer show and help Hugh solve the case and stop the murderer from striking again.

Headquarters - Jean's Playhouse
10 Papermill Drive
Lincoln, NH 03251

Phone: 603-745-6621


Progressive Dinner

Event Fee: Tickets for the dinner are $30 per person/per night, or $50 per couple/per night.

Join us for two special occasions in the White Mountains of New Hampshire as we visit top area restaurants and eat our way to ecstasy. A progressive dinner simply means that, as we travel from one restaurant to the next, we will progressively eat our dinner. Starting with hors d'oevres and appetizers, we move on to our main course, and finally dessert at 4 different restaurants. In between the courses, our comfortable coach will transport us with complimentary beverages, giveaways, and on-board entertainment.

Depart from the Lincoln Village Shops
Main Street
Lincoln, NH 03251

Phone: 603-745-6621

  Event Detail

Title: Last Call with Eastern Boarder at Loon Mountain
Date: March 18, Monday

Time: 11am start
Location: 60 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln
Phone: 603-745-8111

Description: Details: Times: 8:30- 10:00 Registration in Java Junction. Contest will be cut off at 80 riders. Any spots not fulfilled by VIP’s will be open to the rest of you shredders! 10:45 Riders meeting at the top of the course 11:00 Last Call begins Zone 1- TBA Zone 2- TBA Zone 3- TBA 3:30 Awards at the Shaping Shack 4:00 - 6:00 Apres in the Bunyan Room @ Loon Contest Fee: $50 bucks takes care of your lunch, your entry fee, & your lift ticket. Want to watch? Come on up it's gonna be a good time. Spectators are allowed beside the feature area, you'll have to take off your board and hang out on the tree line...just behave yourselves. Features are for the competitors only, stay on your side of the fence!

Additional Information:
All participants must sign a waiver, any participants under the age of 18 will need a parent or coach's signature.


 Event Detail

Title: 2,3,4,5 Day Rally School at Team O'Neil Rally School
Date: March 25, Monday

Time: Week Long Event
Location: 178 Miller Road, Dalton
Phone: 603-444-4488

Description: DURATION & VEHICLES This school can be taken over the course of 2-5 days. It is a combination of classroom instruction with hours of seat time in one of our prepared vehicles. LOCATION The school is taught at our driving facility in Dalton, New Hampshire near Littleton. 2.5 Hours north of Boston and just minutes off Interstate I-93. Set among thickly forested evergreens in a private 560 acre valley, the site consists of a 6.5 mile forest road course, separate skid pad and braking zone, obstacle avoidance area, and slalom course.

Additional Information:
WHAT'S INCLUDED? We provide helmets, cars, safety equipment, curriculum, lunch on first day of training, hat, t-shirt, diploma on course completion. There are no hidden costs. WHO IS THIS FOR? Anyone interested in becoming a better driver; whether you are an existing/aspiring rally driver, road racer, auto crosser, rally fan or simply enjoy performance driving, you are guaranteed to leave the school with a greater understanding of car control. Our specialty is teaching fast driving on loose surfaces. Through our left foot braking and advanced skid control lessons, you will be able to master the unexpected. WHAT WILL I LEARN? We find that people are afraid of skidding. Those that have overcome this fear and have mastered skid control, will feel a new level of control and speed. Essential to achieving this is learning one of the main tools used in rallying, left foot braking. You will learn when and where to apply left foot braking for your driving needs.

Related Links :
Team O'Neil Rally School

 Event Detail

Title: The Bears are Back at The Rock's Estate
Date: May 08, Wednesday

Time: 7:00-8:30pm
Location: 4 Christmas Lane (off of Rte 302), Bethlehem
Phone: 603-444-6228

Description: Conflicts between black bears and humans are on the rise in New Hampshire, especially as the area’s bears seek food after a long winter. Backyard birdfeeders and accessible garbage bins make easy pickings for hungry bears, and can lead to problems for both bears and people. Join Nancy Comeau and the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests May 8 to learn more about bears and how to avoid human-bear conflicts. The free program will begin at 7 p.m. at The Rocks Estate. While many people enjoy seeing bears at their backyard feeders, bears are wild animals and can quickly become a nuisance. Although shy and non-aggressive animals by nature, black bears will seek food from human sources when natural foods are unavailable. Comeau, a black bear technician for the USDA Wildlife Services, specializes in nuisance bears. She works in with the New Hampshire Bear Program, a partnership between Wildlife Services and the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department. During her graduate studies at Plymouth State University, Comeau researched nuisance black bears in five northern New Hampshire communities. She will share her experiences during the May 8 program, providing information about the black bear’s habits and habitat. Comeau will also advise participants on why the omnivorous animals visit human communities and share advice for reducing bear-human conflicts. For more information, please visit, e-mail, or call 603-444-6228. The Rocks is the North Country Conservation and Education Center of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests ( The Forest Society is non-profit membership organization founded in 1901 to protect the state’s most important landscapes and promote wise use of its natural resources.


Related Links :
The Rock's Estate

 Event Detail

Title: International Migratory Bird Day with the Audubon Society
Date: May 11, Saturday

Time: 6:00am-Whole Day
Location: Pondicherry National Wildlife Refuge
Phone: 603-444-6228

Description: International Migratory Bird Day at the Pondicherry National Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson, Whitefield and Carroll, New Hampshire.


Related Links :
The Rock's Estate and the Audubon Society




Spring Fling Deal!

March 1 through May 23rd 

Sunday- Thursday!
Price valid for up to 2 adults.
2 night minimum stay required.
 Add 9% tax
This offer cannot be applied to an existing reservation.
See the Availability Calendar on the website to pick your dates! 

Happy Easter
March 31, 2013

openings still available for the weekend.

Featured Hiking Pick!

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