|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Two bedrooms (one king size bed and one w/ four bunk beds) kitchen (two microwaves,two burner stove, large fridge, all utensils,silverware,pots and pans , towels and linens and large living room with Vermont castings propane stove, bath with shower. Well water and septic. Private dock, two kayaks, two canoes, water skiing, tubing ,, swimming raft, horseshoes, Large deck with chairs,Totally furnished, w/ sheets towels, etc. Electric and water included. All knotty pine. DVD player and library of DVDs.Campfire location with benches for evening campfires. No pets.No smoking. Sebec Lake is the cleanest lake in Maine.. Owners live next door. Sleeps six comfortably--Mom and Dad and four kids. Couch in living room for one more. Second floor of large three stall garage used for winter storage, Like new. Antique and newer furniture. Available JULY - October 30, 2016 Pic 1 shows living room, dining table and bar in foreground. Pic 2 shows master bedroom and bath Pic 3 shows half of large deck. Pic 4 shows door to master BR and door to bunk room. Pic 5 misty lake, Pic 6 shows kitchen w/ fridge and new two burner counter-top stove. to right- bath is to right of fridge. Pic 7 is a moose seen on the Brownville road last June 10. A total non-smoking environment. As of June 2014 we now have WI FI Complete internet access in the bunkhouse. You may RESERVE by either paying on Paypal at email@example.com or by mailing a check to me for one half the rent at David Yarington, O-1710 W Leonard St. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534.
I am a retired professor. We live next door all summer and we are available to answer any questions about Maine and to honor any special requests.
David Yarington purchased this apartment in 1991
A very quiet and relaxing spot for a family vacation.
We love the sound of loons on the lake and the tranquility of it all.
Great time! Swimming, Kayaks, tubes. We had a wonderful visit. Would come back again!
We loved staying in the bunk house for our vacation, but calling this a bunk house does not do it justice. It's really an entire camp with a private porch, driveway, and access to the lake. Mainer call this a camp, but if you're from another state you would call it a cottage or a cabin. It's a lovely place to stay on Sebec Lake. It's close to Sebec Village, Dover-Foxcroft, and Milo. This part of the lake is so peaceful and secluded - a great place to get away from the city. Having lived in the area, it was very convenient for us to visit with family. There is all you need there to cook and eat at the camp, but we didn't cook much during our stay because we went to eat at all my favorite restaurants in the area in between family gatherings. There is a warm gas fired fireplace that really heats up nice on a chilly morning and there are windows and fans all around for ventilation on warmer days. The beds were comfortable and clean. There were dishes and cooking pans, a huge fridge, a good bathroom, a TV with a DVD collection, books to read...everything you'd need. In all this was the ideal place to stay for our trip - I'd say a better place to stay than any hotel within 50 miles or more.
We loved staying in the bunk house for our vacation. It's a peaceful and lovely place on the lake. It's close to Sebec Village, Dover-Foxcroft, and Milo. This part of the lake is so peaceful and secluded - a great place to get away from the city. Having lived in the area, it was very convenient for us to visit with family. There is all you need there to cook and eat at the camp, but we didn't cook much because we went to eat at all my favorite restaurants in the area in between family gatherings. There is a warm gas fired fireplace that really heats up nice on a chilly morning and there are windows and fans all around for ventilation on warmer days. In all this was the ideal place to stay for our trip.
The Yarington's are wonderful, kind hosts and provide a beautiful camp environment and swimming area with a float. It's perfect for families with two beautiful bedrooms, one a bunk room w/ four beds and a large master bedroom with a king size bed. The camp has a nice pine smell and the beautiful deck has a tree-house feel to it, as it is two stories up and looks out onto the lake and woodland (with cute ducks everywhere). We had a wonderful memorable week.
We had a wonderful time at the Yarington Bunkhouse. We accommodated 4 adults and 1 child comfortably but could have had a few more. The views of the lake from the front porch were great, sitting reading a book with the breeze from the lake and the sound of loons was so incredibly relaxing.
Kathadin Mountain is a short drive away and we spent the day hiking and saw a moose! Another short drive to Bangor offers shopping and a movie theater for a rainy day (although we didn't have any!). Dover-Foxcroft a few miles away is a quaint town with antique shops and Wills shop and save that cooks your lobsters for free if you call ahead and give them an hour.
There is so much to do right outside the door, swimming from the dock or out to the raft, kayaking or just lazying by the fire pit making s'mores. Very cozy sitting by the fireplace indoors on chilly evenings. The Bunkhouse has all the accommodations (pots/pans etc.) you need and if that weren't enough Mrs. Yarington brought over homemade ginger cookies!
Then there is the price, you can't beat it and we have been coming to Maine for 20 years.
Worth every penny, would definitely come back to the Yarington Bunkhouse.
The bunkhouse was a great deal for a week on a lake. One bedroom had a king bed, the other has 2 bunk beds...sleeps four kids. Kitchen has everything but an oven. It was very clean and the beds were made. They have 2 kayaks and a canoe and several innertubes for use in the water. They also let us use their grill a couple nights. They even gave us a plate of cookies for the ride to the airport when we left! There was restaurant and laundromat information posted in the kitchen. Great place for a family!
Top Thing to do in City:
* jet ski.
* enjoy sunsets and loons.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Water sports.
* Travel to maine coast.
* Read great books in camp.
Top Thing to do in Family:
* Eat lobster.
* Stories around the Campfire.
* Canoe trips..
All of Maine's many attractions just within driving distance.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
Nightly Rate: $100 - $100
Weekly Rate: $600 - $600
Monthly Rate: $1500 - $1500
six hundred dollars a week or fifteen hundred dollars a month. Available June to September 2014 One half due at reservation to hold reservation,one half do at time of occupancy. No nightly rentals only weekly.
By check or firstname.lastname@example.org Half when reserving Half on arrival