Guntersville Lake House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms + Bunk Area, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 8)
Pate Lake House is your gateway to spectacular Lake Guntersville,a 70,000-acre recreational paradise which boasts over 950 miles of shoreline and a reputation as the top largemouth bass fishing lake in the country. Boating, duck hunting and eagle watching are also popular sports in the area.
Enjoy a relaxing retreat to nature in a 2 bedroom + sleeping nook/1 bath lakefront home! This privately owned house sleeps 8 with two private bedrooms plus an additional cozy sleeping nook off the kitchen area and a daybed area in the spacious living room. Perfectly located on a one-acre secluded lot with over 200 feet of lake frontage, this home has spectacular views from the great room and private wooden deck. For the boating enthusiast, enjoy the home's private 50+ foot dock with electrical outlets, fresh water and 6 cleats. Water depth is about 8 feet so most boats should fit easily. Launch your boat from the South Sauty Creek Fishing camp only 2 miles (by land) away. Enjoy the firepit, hammocks, wonderful views from the deck and have fun on the lake, whether it is swimming, fishing, boating, sunning or relaxing.
This charming lake house is centrally located in Langston in the South Sauty area of Lake Guntersville. It is located about 14 miles south of Scottsboro and about 19 miles north of Guntersville on the east side of river. It is convenient to several metropolitan areas: Huntsville (45 min), Chattanooga (1 hour, 15 min), Birmingham (1 hour, 45 min), Nashville (2 hours, 15 min), and Atlanta (2 hours, 45 min).
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
Everything about this place is wonderful, from the view to the comfort of the home. My husband and I came here for our one year anniversary and this place was perfect. Thank you for allowing us to use your home. We had a great time and plan on coming back for anniversary number two.
This property is owned by three brothers (and their families) and was originally built by their parents in 1949. It has been renovated since then and remains a great family getaway.
We have been 'coming to the lake' all of our lives and love the natural beauty of the area.
Our favorite things to do are fishing and relaxing. If you want to rent a boat, Guntersville State Park is a 25 minute drive away
(left side under activities is boat rentals)