|Minimum Stay||6 nights|
This lakefront cottage has two small bedrooms, one with a double bed, and one with a single bed. The living room also includes a single day bed and additional sleeping space for another two people. Please bring your own linens (sheets, towels, etc)
The dining area and kitchen have beautiful views of the lake and perennial gardens. The bathroom includes a sink, toilet and shower. The front of the cottage has a nice 6 x 24 foot screened front porch with lake views and shade. There is a nice 8 x 8 deck with Adirondack mountain views overlooking the lake with stairs to the water. The sunny back yard has a grill and picnic table and room for a camp fire. Up to 6 people can stay in the cottage. We prefer to rent weeks from Sunday noon through the following Saturday noon, leaving time for cleaning, mowing, gardening and turnover for the next renters.
We are a mature couple who has raised a family on the lake and enjoy the outdoors and Vermont seasons. We renovated the cottage during the past two summers and hope that others have the opportunity to enjoy it as much as we do.
Glenn purchased this cottage in 2012
This cottage is in an area that is quiet, family oriented, with plenty of attractions in the surrounding community and countryside. Whether you are a couple or have a small family, this is an affordable opportunity to enjoy the spectacular west shore of Vermont and all that Lake Champlain has to offer.
This cottage is in the process of upgrades during the off-season, improving its style, charm and furnishings.
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My Standard Rate
6 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$900|
We rent weeks from Sunday noon through the following Saturday noon, leaving time for cleaning and turnover for the next renters. Rates are subject to change until reservation confirmation.
The west shore of Isle La Motte is a spectacular location in itself and the Champlain Islands are a vibrant arts community with galleries and antique shops. The nearby Mississquoi Wildlife Refuge, old rail trails and nearby mountains all provide walking and hiking in beautiful country.