My extended family spent two weeks at this home on Farrington Pond. Farrington is a beautiful, quiet, shallow pond (average depth is just 8 feet) with loons, and mountain views. No noise, no waterskiers, just solitude and sylvan splendor. Even on a perfect summer Saturday afternoon the only watercraft on the entire pond was a single canoeist. The home is large, tastefully decorated in appropriate lake house style, and comfortable. Be sure to bring in your own drinking and cooking water as the tap water has a variable scent of sulphur or some other minerals. We did not drink this water or cook with it. It's fine for washing. The fire ring and rustic Adirondack chairs by the water's edge were very popular day and night as there is no sandy beach but rather an excellent dock with ladder and swim raft just beyond the dock. Kayaking and canoeing are great. The sunsets are typically stunning. If you don't want jetskis and waterskiers howling across your canoe's bow, stay away from Kezar Lake. Stay instead on the little-known jewel, 89-acre Farrington Pond. We had to leave our dogs at home as they are not allowed at this property. That was the only major disappointment which kept some family members from staying longer at the lake house on Farrington Pond.