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"This home is more lovely than the photos provided! It is secluded yet conveniently located near Greenville. The kitchen is well stocked and still provided plenty of space for storing your own items. We enjoyed sunrises and sunsets on the large deck overlooking the lake, we planed our hikes for the following day in a comfy living room in front of the propane fireplace and took numerous photos of the deer as they played and grazed on the front and back lawns every morning and evening. It was a fantastic place with excellent support from the owner. We had a wonderful vacation and I highly recommend this place."
Guest: juneDate of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: October 25, 2014
"Our family (5 adults and 6 kids under the age of 10) enjoyed our summer stay in Lakeville. The home and location were great for our big family. We were afraid that 1.5 baths would be a challenge but it worked out fine and we had plenty of room both inside the house and outside. The lake is a short walk from the house and the kids enjoyed picking blueberries by the lake and playing in the water. There's lots of woods to explore and my boys enjoyed the "hikes" we went on. Lakeville is a good distance but yet central from the "touristy" areas but we did take a few day trips. Acadia (about 2-2.5 hours), Eastport (about 2.0 hours), and Bangor (about 1.5 hours). You'll want to buy your groceries before arrival as it's about 45 minutes to a grocery store (in Lincoln), but once you're settled, you have everything you need for your home away from home! Bob and Debbie were great to work with and we couldn't have asked for better "landlords"! Our only complaint was we didn't get to see a moose! :)"
Guest: Carla B.Date of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
"The Lakefront Retreat on Junior Lake was a perfect get away. The cabin is secluded in a private setting, giving us plenty of time to enjoy the beauty of the area and nature. We enjoyed kayaking the lake, listening to the loons calling at night and a beautiful sunset. Picked the perfect night for a campfire and made s'mores. Not enough time to explore all the connecting lakes. The cabin was well furnished and stocked with everything we needed. Next time we will come a little later in the season, mid-May can be cool, wasn't expecting snow on May 23rd. Glad we stopped in Lincoln for groceries on the way in, not used to being so far from a town (45 minutes). The owners were very helpful with any questions we had."
Guest: Ruth C.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 7, 2015
"My husband and I wanted to spend some time in New England, because when summer hits, I want to go NORTH. This was my first time in central Maine (exluding Kittery/York) and it was exactly what we hoped for. Our goals were: relax, witness some of the beautiful nature that our Creator has made, relax, have fun, and relaaaaax. This cabin was just what we needed for that. The views of the lake, from nearly every room thanks to the many windows/sliding doors, kept us feeling serene. The kitchen was properly equipped so I was able to make dinner a few nights, which is a relaxing feature for me! We appreciated the modern bathroom - we were in a cabin, but we certainly didn't have to rough it!
The cabin was great for the 2 of us, but it would likely be cramped for any more than that. The twin bed on the screened-in porch would accommodate one, but it was honestly pretty chilly most nights so I'm glad we had the upstairs king size bed!
While visiting Pine Point, we took day trips to: Eastport/Calais, Bangor, Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park, and one day we went for a drive just to see Mt. Katahdin - no hiking up the mountain for pregnant me. The location in Lincoln was great for a small town feel, with plenty of whatever you needed around. (Little did we know upon arriving that Lincoln is one of the bigger towns in the area!)
If you're planning to eat in town, the Timberhouse Restaurant is incredibly affordable and has fantastic homemade pies. Our last night in town we visited Gillmor's, where we each had a "down east potato boat" - a massive baked potato stuffed with haddock and smothered with lobster cream sauce. That may very well bring us back to Maine another time. ;) The Farmer's Market was in Lincoln on Friday (and Calais on Tuesday) so be sure to check it out if you're looking for handmade items or homemade food."
Guest: MarieDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 7, 2015