Lake Cabin 'Loon Loft' -Sleeps 7- on Hiking, Mtn Biking, Ski Trails
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Tomahawk cabin description
Loon Loft is a four-season cabin that offers a remarkable combination of privacy and access to amenities. It sits on a knoll under a high canopy of maple/ash. This private cabin is the only one on marsh-rimmed, spring-fed Little Bass Lake. Enjoy summer breezes, spectacular fall colors or magical winter scenes. The interior walls are locally harvested white cedar. Custom furnishings include leather sofa and jumbo leather reading chair. Sleeps up to seven in comfort: One-Queen in Bedroom, Two-Twins in Loft. There is also One Queen sleeper-sofa and One Twin sleeper.
Experience your morning coffee on the deck overlooking the awakening pond. Breathe in the fresh clean air and sleep soundly in the deep forest stillness at night with zero light pollution. Build a campfire in the artist-made fire ring. TV/DVD player, poker chips and board games are available. All linens are furnished, the kitchen is complete, and there is a compact washer-dryer.
Loon Loft is located on a state-designated Scenic Highway. A short walk down the drive leads to 40-acre spring-fed Bass Lake, which has a seated fishing pier, a small beach area on the County Park side, and access to paddleboat and rowboat.
Rising behind Bass Lake is Timm's Hill, the official Highest Point in Wisconsin. Safely climb the public-access viewing tower (70-mile view). Directly access the Ice Age Trail through Loon Loft's property. This Timm's Hill area of the trail was ranked by USA Today as a top 5 Snowshoe Trail in the US! It would be hard to find more pristine trails for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.
An awesome small resort is on adjacent property, with additional cabins. The resort's HILL O' BEANS RESTAURANT and Communal Lodge--both with WiFi--are available to you as a Loon Loft guest! At Loon Loft, inspiring nature surrounds you. Limited view of second lake. Wildlife sighting almost guaranteed. Wake to the sound of loons, herons or sandhill cranes.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 7, Beds for 4-7
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- Clothes Dryer
- artist-forged campfire ring
- DVD Player
- Video Library
- CD Player
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Lake View
- Mountain Biking
- Cross Country Skiing
- Pier Fishing
- Sight Seeing
- Paddle Boating
- Wildlife Viewing
- Summer hiking, biking, mountain biking. Paddleboat and fish on non-motorized lake. One-mile level nature trail around Bass Lake takes you up to WI's Highest Point Viewing Tower. View spectacular fall colors! Winter fun: Super sledding...and the Ice Age Trail runs behind the cabin for superb XC skiing and snowshoeing. Snowmobile trails abound....moreless
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Fri/Sat/Sun = $150/nt. Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu = $125/nt. Weekly rental = $875 March 10 through May 20 = $85/nt or $500/week All rates include WI 5% sales tax Rates are for up to 5 guests. Max 7 Extra 1-2 persons: add $10/night 10% non-refundable deposit to hold reservation dates Balance due 14 days prior to arrival
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Upstairs, rear loft w-2 twins
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