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"Every morning my brother and I would make coffee and sit in the sun on the boathouse deck or on the pier. We enjoyed watching the immature eagles in the nest and ospreys and eagles fishing. After breakfast we enjoyed walking the lanes in the woods behind the cottage and on up Norway Centre Road. Lunch was on the big porch. We used this cottage as part of our family reunion on the lake. The cottage was ideal because it was close to a property owned on the lake. Water level at the dock was high enough for our boats. We definitely would rent again if we had the chance. Norway/South Paris are nice towns so we shopped both downtown and at New Balance. A trip to las Pennessewassee is not complete without a morning walk through McLaughlin Gardens"
Guest: mikemexicoDate of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: July 17, 2015
"We had a terrific family ski trip to Sugarloaf. The Moose Crossing Condo was perfect for our small (5) group. The condo can accommodate 8 or so. Moose Crossing was clean and well equipped. The beds were comfortable. We had good views of the summit of Sugarloaf from the condo.
Though it was cold and windy at the beginning of our stay (100mph winds and sub zero temperatures at the summit), we enjoyed 4 days of excellent snow conditions. The shuttle and Snubber chairlift to the Base Lodge were an easy walk from the condo, so we did not use our cars for the entire stay. Some of us used the spa and enjoyed the experiences.
We definitely would rent this condo in the future. I had not skied Sugarloaf in nearly 60 years and was impressed with the many changes. Though cold, it was crystal clear, and we could see our favorite 2 mountains: Washington and Katahdin. Thanks to Jeff and Lynn for opening their Sugarloaf retreat to us."
Guest: Laird E.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 2, 2015
"This lovely condo exceeded our expectations for a ski weekend with our 2 adult children.
We found it spotless and well organized. The owners have clearly paid great attention to detail, making sure that almost every amenity is provided.
The layout was great, with plenty of room to enjoy being together with the open kitchen, living room and eating area. Great, quiet location. Very convenient to Bethel and Sunday River. The owners were extremely responsive and helpful. A wonderful place to come "home" to at the end of the ski day! In fact, we liked it so much that we opted to eat in, rather than go out for dinners. We will look forward to a return visit!"
Guest: jDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 30, 2015
"My wife and I have enjoyed several stays at this log home on Crescent Lake. On two occasions, we’ve invited friends from Europe to join us. And a few years ago we had a handful of our oldest friends meet there for a 30 year college reunion. What keeps us so enthusiastic about coming back and about sharing this place with our friends is the fact that it doesn’t feel like a “rental”. As soon as we arrive, the house feels like a home, and everybody we’ve been there with feels equally comfortable as soon as they walk in the door.
Since I really enjoy being outdoors, I’m never at a loss for things to do in Raymond. Crescent lake is the perfect size for casual trips in either of the two canoes that have always been down by the dock. Not everybody has been up for a climb to the summit of Rattlesnake Mountain. But I’ve tried to make it a daily routine and gotten some magnificent photos from its overlooks that face at least four of the region’s lakes. Everybody I’ve been there with has especially enjoyed gathering on the screened-in porch for meals and for conversation. The younger kids have spent hours searching for minerals in the crushed granite drive that leads down to the house. And they just loved the nearby Maine Wildlife Park. My wife’s absolute favorite memory is the sound of the loons, especially at night. I’m not much of a TV enthusiast, myself. But everybody else was impressed by the cable service that seemed to offer just about every channel that they could ask for. Day or night, I personally prefer watching nature unfold at the end of the exceptionally spacious dock.
This year, we arrived in the off-season and were delighted to be there for the onset of autumn color. At times, we felt like we were the only people on the entire lake and the tranquility was an added bonus to our stay. We brought our own kayaks this time, and after a little trial and error managed to navigate all the way from the log home into Sebago Lake! It’s an all-day trip, and I wouldn’t recommend it to the casual paddler. But for any serious kayaker or canoeist who doesn’t mind a couple of short portages, it’s an exceptional run!
Thanks for another memorable vacation. And we’ll look forward to coming back next year!"
Guest: Mark D. Date of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: December 10, 2014