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Recent Mountains & Lakes reviews

  • Perfect spot!

    "Our family with small kids spent a week here in July this summer and had an amazing time. The house was large and roomy with AC units upstairs in the bedrooms which was a huge help. Plenty of eating room inside and a beautiful screened in porch outside where we spent most of our time when not on the water. The kids played on the sand beach and on the dock. We were able to rent a boat and keep it on the dock for a few days and that was perfect. The owner was a wonderful sweet man who truly wanted to make sure we enjoyed our stay, which we did! We hope to return next summer. His kindness was ample, the house accommodating and the location quiet and relaxing. Kezar Lake at it's finest! Thank you for helping us make wonderful memories for our children."
    Guest: Rohde Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Super Clean and Cozy

    "We recently rented this property with another family of four so there were eight of us total staying in the unit. We never felt cramped and were actually pleasantly surprised to have EXTRA room. The master bedroom was upstairs with an en suite bathroom and an additional half bath off the kitchen. Downstairs there there were two additional bedrooms, a "den" and a laundry room. It was so nice to have the den space for the kids to hang out and watch tv or play the games that were supplied (including fooseball and darts). It allowed the adults some time to chat around the gas fireplace after a long day on the slopes or trails. The views of Rangeley Lake were breathtaking. The property is located one street before the access road to Saddleback so it was a very convenient location. It is also literally a stones throw from the local IGA grocery store and not more than five minutes to Moose Alley - a family favorite. There were plenty of kitchen gadgets to make all the meals we wanted with modern appliances and ample seating. The decor was adorable - very "cabiney" with birch bark accents throughout. I wouldn't hesitate to rent this property again and hope to!"
    Guest: Carmen R. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 14, 2015
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  • Home Away from Home

    "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 2014 Review Submitted: December 10, 2014
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  • Very nice!

    "Lovely, well appointed little camp. We lucked out weather wise for Labor Day week as we only had one gray, drizzly day. A 10'x10' Coleman canopy over the picnic table was handy as there is no outside shelter or screened porch so if it rains, you are either inside or out in the rain. Stone/cement pier and rocky shallows are not big boat friendly, but a canoe or small, beachable boat works fine. Nearly everyday was sunny but due to time of year, we only had a few hours of direct sunshine each day. I would definitely visit again! I would also bring a favorite sharp knife or two and my griddle for French toast, eggs, etc. Also, an axe or at least a hatchet to make tinder and kindling to compliment the terrific pile of firewood that is provided. Very nice, clean camp. I would certainly go back."
    Guest: DaveO Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014
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