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Description from the manager
This is the old "Marble Station" the oldest and only stone made station in the state. This cottage offers all the charm and privacy you could handle, ALL ABOARD!
(Property location is approximate)
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|Rate Summary||$150 - $185||$150 - $185||$1,050 - $1,250||$0||-|
|Apr. 1 2013 - Jun. 28 2013
|Jun. 29 2013 - Sep. 2 2013
|Sep. 3 2013 - Dec. 31 2013
|Default Base Rates||$150 - $185||$150 - $185||$1,050 - $1,250||-||-|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 23, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Boo & Yogi
Nice location...quiet and peaceful...
First of all, the Morton & Furbish Rental agency is amazing to work with...customer service was the best!! The camp is adorable however, we recommend to stay in late spring, summer and early fall. It was really cold and very hard to keep it warm...at night time the wind just whistled through the windows and made it a tad uncomfortable...that being said we would come back...very nice location, quiet and peaceful!
Lynn and Joe Arizzi
Beautiful Relaxing Vacation
Marble Station was clean and ready for us. When we had a couple of problems understanding how to work the TV and the heat you were Johnny on the spot with help. We loved being in Marble Station. The history of the place was so interesting. We feel priviledged to have stayed here. Also loved being on the water. We particularly enjoyed the Parkside Restaurant, The Loon Lodge, the Thai Blossom, and the Tall Tales Tavern. Everyone should take a tour on the boat Oquossoc Lady. Great history lesson and pleasant experience. We did not have a good experience at the Gingerbread House. We had enjoyed it in the past but this time experienced very poor service. We just loved being in such a beautiful location. Hope we can repeat the experience soon. Lynn and Joe arizzi. Ps Our dogs loved the experience also.