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Recent Mountains & Lakes reviews

  • LOVED Maine and Kiwi Lodge

    "My husband and I have always wanted to visit Maine and eat lobster. However, we live on a small farm in Illinois and prefer a country setting vs. coastal setting. I found Kiwi Lodge after much research. It was immaculate inside and out, best stocked cooking kitchen we have ever rented, comfy beds, nicely furnished, cozy! The owner had furnished us with a lot of information before we arrived about the area and there was also info when we arrived. The free wifi was great for researching too. We loved Farmington and got groceries and had our lobster steamed while we shopped. We really enjoyed fishing from canoe and taking the paddle boat out too. We grilled fresh tuna on the outdoor gas/charcoal grill and ended a couple of evenings with a campfire by the lake. It was so quiet and secluded, but we heard the loons, photographed the ducks and listened to fish jumping. We took day trips to Rangeley for scenery, Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park for some great history, South Portland for a day of searching and photographing lighthouses and even found The Porthole where Guy visited from Diners Drive Ins and Dives, and visited York and several other coastal towns. Just a great dream vacation! Only complaint...just wish it wasn't so far, because we would love to come back. We are 55, but I would recommend for any age as the house is equipped for a family too with games, inside and out, video consoles, tv, wifi and exploring nature."
    Guest: Montana/Wyoming vacationers Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014
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  • Repeat visit--third time and we LOVE this place

    "We have met here for three years now for an annual reunion ski weekend with several other couples (plus we have 2 children making it 10 people total and we fit comfortably and there are enough beds, bathrooms, dishes, etc....). This home is fantastic and Nadine and her family make us so welcome each time. We *love* the fireplace, the architecture, the layout (open kitchen-dining-living area). Our two boys look forward to the bunk beds, the bin full of LEGO to build with plus games, the annual Air Hockey tournament, and we always feel at home here. The kitchen is well-equipped and we have prepared delicious meals. It is conveniently located to either Sunday River or Mt. Abram ski areas. Thank you for allowing us to visit--we look forward to next time!"
    Guest: Becky Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 10, 2014
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  • Loved this rustic but updated lodge! Very Private!

    "About 25 years ago we rented a small camp on Shag pond and loved the pond and especially the waterfalls at the outlet. At the time my sister and I were taking a walk and noticed Camp Mollocket and commented on what a neat place it would be to rent and too bad that it appeared to be abandoned and in need of repair. So now that our family vacation has grown to include 3 generations, 6 households, and one dog, I was excited to have the opportunity to rent the camp, and we were not disappointed. The first thing new I noticed driving in were the wind mills. Living in Maine I have heard a lot of the pros and cons and my first thoughts were of excitement that I get the chance of being close to them and how elegant and peaceful they looked. These feelings stayed with me through the week. Even when we could hear the windmills they were really no louder than if a plane were passing overhead. I will admit I, too, was a bit disappointed that the rain had made the beach so wet for the kids to play on, however they soon discovered the positive side ( and the frogs) and spent hours down there catching them and putting them into their mud castle. As for the camp itself, we couldn’t have been happier. Every household had its private sleeping area with the family room dedicated as the kids room. This is the first camp we have had where we had the use of a dishwasher, washer and dryer, and the extra chest freezer. All of which are a bonus when you have that many people trying to get away for a week. The main floor of the camp is very roomy and with the large living room and the wrap around porch each having a large table there was plenty of room not only for eating but for lots of cards, games, puzzles, and arts and crafts. The screened porch was very much appreciated on the rainy days as we were still able to sit and enjoy the outside, the pond, and hear the loons, kingfishers, and other birds. The caretaker, Dick, was a big help when a storm triggered a circuit breaker. He was there the next morning to reset it. The only disappointment was in the fishing. While the little fisher people had plenty to catch, the bigger ones had no luck. However, they are making plans to check out other nearby ponds. We want to thank the Wiersmas for renovating this beautiful rustic camp, keeping its grandeur in tack while making it very user friendly; and most of all for opening it up for renting and allowing us to share this special place. We are hoping to return next year."
    Guest: Giinger C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Wonderful Experience in Everyway

    "We really enjoyed staying at this cottage. The location was wonderful, away from town and at the quiet end of the lake. There is a sandy beach we walked to in addition to using the sandy beach in front of the cottage The sandy beach in front of the cottage was perfect for the younger ones. They could use the stairs and play in the shallow water. We could sit in the furnished lawn chairs while the children safely played. The dock was perfect for the boat we rented from Long Lake Marina. We rented a pontoon boat with tubing equipment. They delivered to the public boat launch. Everyone was very busy with tubing, kayaking and canoeing. Mornings were very peaceful. We ate breakfast on the deck overlooking the serene water. At night we listened to the loons. A bald eagle swooped down and caught a fish right in front of us. Warblers were singing in the area at the end of the lake, near enough to walk around this area. The sunset was beautiful. Inside we had all the amenities we needed. The internet worked great for all those who couldn't break away from their electronic devise. The kitchen was nicely furnished so we were able to prepare the limited meals we chose to serve. The fire pit was great for s'mores. The cottage was clean and everything was in working order. The only suggestion would be for a way to rent linens and towels instead of having to carry these items on airplanes. One day we went to Storyland in NH. Another outing was to Pie Tree Orchard for Maine maple syrup and fruit picking, but the rest of the time was spent on the lake. We did make a trip to the Gazebo for ice cream daily. Hiking and geocaching in the area were a nice change of pace for those who wanted to do something away from the water. The owner sent emails with all necessary information, making it easy for us to know what to do and expect. The nearby property manager was friendly and unobtrusive. Overall, this was a wonderful experience. We hope to return in the future."
    Guest: Carol Z. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014
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