Jeff and I grew up in New York and Southern Connecticut - most of our experiences with nature were at local parks and crowded beaches. The first time we went to Maine, we fell in love with the clean lakes, tranquil forests, hikes through the White Mountains and quaint New England Mountain villages.
Reviewed by Real Travelers
Get away from it all... Nestled on the edge of the White Mountains in the Western Lakes Region of Maine, this is the ideal large, lakefront log home if your idea of getting away involves heading into the outdoors and away from the crowds. During the Winter, enjoy the large stone fireplace in the main room, nearby skiing…
2 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Nov 05, 2011 for a stay in October 2011
We've stayed here a number of times, in all seasons, and had a great time. The house is wonderful in warm weather for swimming, fishing, hiking and playing in the water. The pond-front location is really beautiful and loved having access to the canoe. The pond is perfect...big enough to feel like a lake but small enough to say warm. The pond access is shallow, so good for little kids.
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