Pearl Bay Holiday
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The perfect place for your next fishing adventure, this Grand Isle retreat offers the chance to delve into the outdoors. Set on the banks of Pearl Bay, you won't have to go far to experience the great outdoors.
With Lake Champlain in your backyard, and historical sites just a short drive away, you'll never be far from fun (please note that there are no guarantees that the dock will be available to use, as the water level changes seasonally).
Perched above the shores of Pearl Bay, this lakeside home greets you with an inviting, and warm ambiance. Kick back on the porch while you send off your last work email before planning your next adventure.
The simple, fully stocked kitchen has all the appliances you need please all the tastes in your group. If the weather is nice, fire up the gas BBQ cook underneath the towering pines. Spend the rest of the night telling stories as you roast marshmallows and the stars come out.
This two-bedroom, one-bathroom home has room for up to six guests. Boasting a queen-size bed, one full-size bed, and two twin-size beds, everyone will be able to spread out in comfort.
Enjoy your pipping hot cup of morning coffee on the beach chairs outside. After spending some time at the Ed Weed Fish Culture Station, you'll be able to launch your boat off the private dock to set off for a day of fishing and relaxing.
If you want to get out and about, you can learn about America's oldest log cabin when you visit the Hyde Log Cabin. With the Hyde Family having spent more that 150 living in the area, you're sure to remember this trip!
Whether you're reading a good book as you sip an ice-cold beverage, fishing for the big one, or exploring the local sites, this Vermont getaway has just what you need for an amazing stay.
* Please note that this is a summer-only, no-heat property.
Meals & Room Tax License #MRT-10082226
Parking Notes: Gravel Driveway is narrow but long enough for several cars
Water Access: Direct Lake access