This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Kentucky reviews
"This has been our fourth time staying at this home away from home. It keeps calling us back, We love it! Georgetta is a great person to work with. The house is well-maintained, has everything you could possibly need and its comfy and cozy. We can't wait till our next stay."Guest: Sonya T. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 18, 2014View listing
"Very clean, roomy, and lake access couldn't be much better. Secluded with an outstanding view of the lake. Very reasonably priced. Totally enjoyed our stay and are planning to make a trip back."Guest: Waterbug Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014View listing
"We really had a nice time here. Kathy was very nice, we just felt like we were home. Plenty of room , went to Cadiz eat at Reva's place good food friendly people. No stress like Pattis. Ate breakfast at Grand rivers Saturday. We like country places go to Pokey's cafe. If you want perfect bacon its your place. Hope we get to come back these little cabins are forsale. Someone buy them quick and keep them to rent. Thanks again Kathy."Guest: Frances & Emmy Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014View listing
"This was a spur of the moment decision to get away for just a couple of days with my elderly mother and 2 kids. Thankfully the owner was able to accommodate us on such short notice and the transaction went very smoothly. The view was awesome even though we did not get to spend to much time on the deck due to the weather being cold, windy, and rainy on that Friday and Saturday. We enjoyed the house with plenty of room. The kids stayed downstairs where there was tv/cable and a pool table and sleeping quarters downstairs also. So they spent pretty much all their time downstairs which gave my mother and I plenty of piece and quiet for a bit. Easy location to find and I made several trips into Somerset during our stay which was within 5 minutes up the road. I would highly recommend this location for a group or family. We hope to return sometimes in the Summer with hopefully better weather."Guest: Becky Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014View listing
Williamstown Lake Travel Tips
Visitors to Williamstown Lake Vacation Rentals
Williamstown Lake is a place to enjoy the outdoors. People that love exploring wide open spaces and nature trails will feel right at home with all the activities available. The region has a strong cowboy tradition and rodeos are often held in season. It is a place where you can explore at your own pace and enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities. It is an ideal destination for families if you want to introduce your kids to the outdoors and get them to develop an interest and love for nature. There is a fair amount of wildlife that roams freely through the area. Bird watchers can see wide variety of species by simply following some of the nature trails through the region. The river and lake host many species of waterfowl. It is also a place where photographers can get some fantastic nature shots. Fishermen can be seen on the lake shores enjoying their favorite sport.
Attractions Near Williamstown Lake Houses
Williamstown Lake is a beautiful wilderness area that is an ideal playground for outdoor adventurers. The River Valley Trail is wide gravel road that meanders for 12kms along the Williamstown Lake River before it joins up with the Fraser River. The trail ideal for horse riding, trail running, hiking or mountain biking.
The Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Center has recently been developed to showcase the talent of local artists. The Station House Studio and Gallery host regular exhibitions of both local and visiting artists. Throughout the year workshops are held regularly to encourage new artists to develop their talents. There is also a gift shop which sells souvenirs and hand crafts made by local artists and craft workers.
The Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin hosts a unique collection of exhibits which pays tribute to the cowboys and rodeo stars of the region. For anyone with a passion for horses and riding this is one place to visit during your stay at Williamson Lake.
Seasons to Visit Williamstown Lake Lodging
Williamstown Lake attracts many visitors during the warmer summer months which run from May to September. The days are temperate and mild which makes outdoor exploring pleasurable. You can enjoy some time out on the lake boating or fishing or explore the River Valley Trail by bicycle or on horseback. The region enjoys a fair amount of sunshine although seasonal rainstorms do occur. In the winter time the Williamstown Lake are is transformed by heavy snowfalls. The average annual snowfall is approximately 77 inches and the temperatures remain well below freezing for the winter months. While the outdoor exploring options are limited due to the snow it is still a place worth visiting owing to its stunning natural scenery.
Kentucky Vacation Rentals at Williamstown Lake
Most of the vacation rentals at Williamstown Lake are located along the shoreline. Some have private docks and jetty’s where you can moor your boat or enjoy some leisurely fishing. Many of the homes are characterized by wide outdoor decks where you can enjoy lunches and dinners during the summer time. The decks have great views out over the lake are a great place to relax with your favorite book. The homes range in size from small cozy cottages to large spacious log homes. On average they can accommodate four to six adults but some can accommodate up to ten adults. The living areas are simply but comfortably furnished and there is more than enough space for everyone. The kitchens are generally well equipped with a host of modern appliances that makes catering for family meals easy.