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Hancock Vacation Rentals with Outdoor Grill(9)

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                    Recent Hancock Reviews

                    Great Long Weekend

                    5 of 5
                    What a wonderful cottage on a great lake. My wife and I spent a long weekend here and have fallen in love with this lake and area. We were concerned about how many cottages would be on the lake and how close our neighbors would be to us. Well, the cottages are close together but it didn't seem that way. Our neighbors were very quiet and very friendly. The cottage was perfect for the two of us. It is VERY clean and comfortable and had everything we needed for cooking. The screened in patio is wonderful and we enjoyed cooking on the open grill. The weather was beautiful while we were there, yet the lake was never busy. We enjoyed the kayaks but did not take advantage of the canoe and row boats which we would have if we had a longer stay. The fishing was fantastic. From the dock in front of the house we caught many bass, yellow perch, and sunfish. If you are looking for a place where the fishing is great... this is it. We did a lot of driving in the evenings looking for wildlife. There is a dirt road on the other side of the lake that goes thru the mountains and valleys. The first night we were lucky to spot a black bear in the woods along that road... and we saw many deer in the open areas. Back at the cottage, we saw a bald eagle fly over the lake, and had hummingbirds feeding on plants along the lake. Thanks to Eric for sharing this lovely cottage with us... he is very pleasant and easy to work with.
                    • Submitted: Aug 21, 2014
                    • Stayed: Aug 2014

                    Schoolhouse Rocks!

                    5 of 5
                    I had my amazing (and admittedly rather unorthodox) bachelor party in this fantastic and fun-filled house; a spectacular weekend with 15.5 of my closest friends, by the end of which the house itself felt like another new friend with just as much to contribute to the experience. It's got character, is what I'm trying to say. It's also got plenty of history, and, I'm sure, more secrets and surprises than we uncovered during our brief stay. And it's got the most impressive vinyl collection I've ever encountered. Each of the four massive, intriguingly multi-purpose rooms – the former classrooms – is simultaneously a living room, bedroom and something else besides (kitchen; music studio; pool room), and each one is full of curious objects and artifacts, including some nifty old educational posters. The 4th-5th grade classroom (with the kitchen and the killer record collection), where we spent most of our time, also features aerial fabrics (!) and a majestic "levitating" loft bed. (There's also one smaller sleeping space, with two beds, which was perfect for the couple-with-toddler in our party who needed some more privacy.) The various rooms in the house gave us the inspiration to stage a live-action game of Clue, but I guess that will have to wait until our next visit (or yours.) Nick is a very neat guy (he'd have to be, to have created a place like this) and was a great, helpful, friendly and accommodating host. Just a few negatives to note: the kitchen definitely leaves something to be desired if you're planning to do much cooking – the burners on the stove are finicky and needs to be lit each time you use them, and the oven is a "use at your own risk" proposition. The kitchen space is also pretty cramped and got extremely hot (on a late-June weekend, admittedly) in the process of making meals for our large group. Grilling and salads are probably good ways to go, especially if you're there in the summer. Finally – for better or worse: although the area affords some excellent opportunities for outdoor enjoyment, we were so wrapped up in enjoying the interior of the house that it was often a challenge to leave!
                    • Submitted: Jul 9, 2014
                    • Stayed: Jun 2014

                    Complete Relaxation

                    5 of 5
                    My husband and I just returned from our stay at The Red House. If what you are looking for is a quiet place to get away from everything and relax in a beautiful mountain setting, then this is the place for you. The house was immaculate but still welcoming. The scenic views were amazing. We hadn't even made it home yet, and we were already planning our return! Tina, the owner, was so easy to work with, as well. I can't say enough about how great our stay was. We will definitely be back!!
                    • Submitted: Nov 10, 2013
                    • Stayed: Nov 2013