Spacious cabin across the street from Moosehead Lake, with a majestic view of the lake. Large deck and lots of living space, huge living room open to kitchen. We have a dock a short walk from the cabin with a canoe that your welcome to use!
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From the art on the walls to the wraparound porch with the view of the lake, everything was as advertised, and very nice. Clean, organized, and well stocked with all the cooking equipment we needed to make a cake. Close enough to town to be convenient but far enough to feel remote. The dock was indeed a short walk down the street, and we used our canoe and the house canoe to spend time on the lake. Jonathan was a good host, I would recommend this place.
We found the cabin to be a charming, lofty space that was nestled into the woods. The front porch ordered a lovely view of the lake that I rnjoyed from the bed of the downstairs bedroom. Jonathan was conscientious about checking in with us to make sure we had all we needed. He was the best type of host in that he left us alone to enjoy our stay. The location was perfect, a short distance to Greenville and easy to take fantastic, scenic drives to hike and do everything we wanted to do in and around Miosehead Lake. Everything was peaceful and the neighborhood super friendly. The lake access with dock and use of a canoe was stunningly gorgeous. The cabin had just the right ristic charm that we were hoping for, and we felt right at home. All in all, we were thrilled with out stay at Jonathan's cabin and would definitely stay again.
Having 5 kids I was sure I would not find a place to take them for vacation. The Wallace's not only were willing to take a chance on us but they continued to check in and make sure we were doing okay and asking if we needed anything. We definitely would go back and hope to again maybe next summer :) Also, the other posts mentioned a musty/moldy smell. We however did not notice that as much as we laughed at the kids when they came down from the upstairs and said it smelled like old people....(out of the mouths of babes) I identified the smell as mothballs to keep the pests away....lol However, after the first day the smell was gone and the cabin was filled with aromas from eggs and bacon for breakfast and BBQ off the grill. The cool nights were chased away by the very cute wood stove in the living room with the family gathered around watching some really good movies of the past :) . I definitely feel this camp is a gem in the rough and would recommend it to anyone for a reasonably priced vacation. Thank you again to the Wallaces
We had a great time at Moosehead Lake over Labor Day weekend. The house itself is very spacious, having three beds: one on the first level, two on separated loft levels. The house has that musty lake-house odor about it, but there are lots of windows and a ceiling fan. Aside from that, the house was very clean. As stated in the listing, there is a deck which wraps around from the front of the house to the side. The front deck has a great (albeit slightly obstructed) view of the lake. I had a nice cup of coffee with my dog, a deer, and her three fawns one morning. Vacationland indeed. As for the surrounding area: Moosehead Lake is immaculate. The views are awesome -- in the truest sense of that word. There isn't much else I can say about this without spoiling it, so we'll go on to more effable items, such as food. Dining around the area is so-so. The best meal we had was lunch at Meme’s Crab Shack, which is an RV, not a shack. You'll want the crab (go figure). Avoid the Greenville Inn. It's overpriced and geriatric. Greenville has lots of little shops, if you're in to that sort of thing. The Indian Hill Trading Post is a good place for supplies. All in all, this was a great place to unwind over the weekend. Thanks again, Jonathan!