|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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This historic log camp (early 1900's) on the North shore of Rangeley Lake has a new log addition which includes a modern kitchen, 1.5 baths, and a washer/dryer. There is a gas log stove in the historic camp, and a Rinnai gas heater in the new addition.
This 2-bedroom/1.5-bath cabin is just 75 feet from the lake with a non-motorized boat launch/shared access swimming area 100 feet from the cabin. It's surrounded by birches, maples, cedars, and pines. Abundant raspberries and blueberries nearby in season.
AVAILABLE MID-MAY THROUGH MID-OCTOBER
DirecTV/DVD/VCR for rainy days/cabin fever.
PROPERTY IS ADJACENT TO AWAHNEE CABIN (#217363) AND LOON COTTAGE (#217364) WHICH ARE ALSO AVAILABLE FOR RENT.
Enjoy frequent deer and other wildlife sightings -- and the occasional moose! Hear loons at night!
This was our 4th year staying in one of Dave's cabins. It has always been an amazing place to stay. The Pearl cabin is spacious, clean and right on the lake. It was so quiet and peaceful. Great place for families to relax and unwind. The campfires at night were one of the highlights. We loved The Pearl cabin so much we have already reserved for year #5.
Two couples stayed in this fantastic cottage over Columbus Day weekend and had a fantastic time. The owners have supplied a full stocked kitchen and all linens. The rooms were very clean and spacious. It was a nice perk to have two separate "apartments" as the cottage is made up of an older one room cabin joined with a newer addition. David was very communicative throughout the process. Highly recommended.
The Rangeley Lakes Region in Western Maine has been a tourist destination for well over a century. The area boasts an abundance of lakes, streams, mountains and forests which offer a host of outdoor activities. The town of Rangeley, incorporated in 1855, represents small town atmosphere at its finest, with a wonderful library and waterfront park, marina, antique, gift, and ice cream shops, movie theater, historical society, IGA, and over a dozen restaurants from casual to fine dining.
The Appalacian trail traverses the 3-4,000 foot mountains that surround Rangeley and Mooselookmeguntic lakes. Hiking trails abound. Wildlife sitings from moose, loons, deer and fox are common. The town hosts a variety of summer activities, including a concert series and a blueberry festival. Moose sightings are common along route 16 from Rangeley to Stratton, and the cry of the loon can be heard most nights.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Sep 6 2016 - Oct 20 2016
3 night minimum stay
|Cleaning||$75 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||$50 + Tax|