"This was an annual get away for a group of very busy guys(45-57), our normal trip is a houseboat on the lower Suwanee. In on Friday, out on Sunday.
Over the years the costs have risen and the equipment degraded. We have spent much time on the river over the last 10 years. We are after solitude and the disconnect from society. We travel in from Ft. Meyers,Tallahassee and places in between. The dynamic of our group is rather interesting, but our interests are music, food, fellowship, boating, fishing, exploring, nature, etc. And all this needs to happen at the same time.
Getting on land for the first time in 10 years was absolutely amazing at the Do-Less House!
The house was immaculate clean(Yes men care about this also), completely equipped kitchen, all bedding towels and a washer dryer!?!? WOW. The property was gorgeous with one of the best views on the River. At every turn I was blown away with the value of the rental, charcoal, lighter fluid, furnishings on all the deck levels, fishing poles, lures, kayaks with paddles..... it was hard to choose an area that we liked the most. The housekeeper was great, she represented y'all well. I thought she was done prepping and then she came back and set up some kindling in the fire pit for us. We brought one of our bass boats to run the river and explore some Springs (a couple of us had stayed at the nearby campground before), lots of springs to visit, found one of our favorite rope swings again. This is a beautiful section of river. I hate to keep Raving about this Rental, when you find a Gem you want to keep it to yourself. Our group will be back next year, we talked about bringing our Tallahassee families back in the fall and may be our relatives from Europe.
I can't say enough about this one. If you don't try it you missed out Big Time! Oh, the fire-pit was awesome.
We found a great sandy beach just up the river past the bridge, if it doesn't have a name we coined it Baker's Beach, another rope swing as well! Thanks!"
Guest: Adrian T.
Date of Stay: April 2015
Review Submitted: July 20, 2015