|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
The cabin has 2 bedrooms and one bath, a full kitchen, living and dining area, picnic table and grill on the deck, cable TV and DVD, stereo, and a wood stove which opens in front for an open fire experience. One bedroom has a queen size bed and a set of extra long bunk beds. The second bedroom has a queen size bed. Six can sleep comfortably.
My wife and I live in Florida, but have enjoyed vacationing with our two children in New England for many years. After a number of trips to Maine and renting beautiful homes to enjoy the crisp air and postcard views, we decided to take the plunge and purchase our own dream getaway. We have not regretted it for one minute.
Robert Warren purchased this cabin in 2006
The cabin is ideally located with a wooded area behind it and an open view of the lake in front. It is clean and equipped with modern amenities yet has the feel of a mountain cabin getaway.
Sitting on the porch in the mornings watching the fog rise off of the lake while enjoying a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee. There is no better way to start the day.
Ending the day with family and friends sitting around a fire by the lake and listening to the loons call is just magical. These memories are my best.
As we get ready to leave on a rainy Saturday, nothing can dampen what we have experienced on our vacation. Started with fishing from the dock. Make sure you see the guys at the fish hatchery at the south end of the lake. The NFL kicked of while we were here and were able to watch the games which was great. Went on a Moose Safari with North Country Rivers in Bingham. If you go, be sure to tell Gerry B his friends from NY sent you. A trip to Acadia is a MUST. The views are breathtaking. If you golf, Sugarloaf is also a must see. It's a bit pricey but totally worth the money for what you will see. You will travel up the Carrabasset River on your way there - a truly amazing little river that has many memories for us. We went on a hike to Moxie Falls which is also a must see. For the adventurous type, a white water trip down the Kennebec River with a North Country Rivers guide is something to behold. Wow, what a ride!! Of all the fun things we did, the cabin was the best part, a home atmosphere while on vacation. Pinkham's has great pizza and good prices on groceries. It really was the best vacation we have ever had!
Thank you so much to the Warrens. We will never forget our trip to Maine.
John & Kim P.
We can not thank you and your family enough for allowing us
the opportunity to enjoy your piece of heaven at the cabin.
We had a wonderful time and enjoyed many activities from
white water rafting to ATV trails. We also took a day trip
to Acadia National Park and enjoyed the views and also took
a trip to the Canada for a day. In between all, we enjoyed
rest and relaxation and no cell phone was the best for us.
We found a great place for dinner up on 201 just above The
Forks called the Inn on the River, this little place was
just like eating at home for us and the finest restaurant in
The cabin was just so quaint and had everything that was
needed. The only item I was not able to locate was a Iron
so we purchased one and left it at the cabin as a small
thank you. We will certainly contact you again to rent the
cabin this coming fall and are hoping to gather the children
together during their college winter break and all of stay
there and enjoy skiing at SugarLoaf.
Brenda & Eric
What is called a pond in New England is generally considered a lake by people elsewhere. Embden Pond measures nearly five miles long and has a surface area of 1568 acres. Its maximum depth is 180 feet, but the shores slope gently so that swimming and wading are easy and convenient.
Embden Pond offers some of the best fishing in the state. Wild Salmon, Trout, Bass, Perch, and Pickerel are abundant in the lake and are supplemented by regular stocking of Brook Trout and Landlocked Salmon from nearby Embden Fish Rearing Station (hatchery). Ice fishing is popular in winter. A public boat launch is available on the lake and you can keep your boat at your own boat slip in front of the cabin. Canoeing and kayaking are also popular activities on the lake.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jun 27 2015 - Sep 5 2015
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$89|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.