"If you like to get close to nature and unplug, but you aren't the camping type, this is the perfect place for you. I would describe this as a luxury cabin. It was clean, well equipped, modern yet rustic, perfectly decorated and comfortable. There were 5 of us (my wife, 3 kids & me), and there was plenty of room. It's cozy. We're a close family, so we don't mind being close. If you're not, it might be a little tight. The caretaker, Bob, is fantastic! He will take care of you like family, checking in from time to time without being intrusive. We spent our mornings and evenings fishing, our afternoons boating, and hours each night out on the deck stargazing. It's a beautiful place to look for shooting stars! A couple of things to know before you go. 1 - it is very remote. Going out to eat is not convenient because you have to boat to a landing and drive at least 30 min to find anything. We never even attempted this because that wasn't the type of trip we were looking for. Bring some groceries with you and cook. They have everything you need, including a nice gas grill. 2 - Since it is a floating house, the toilet flushes to a holding tank. It is a full bathroom, clean and comfortable, but there can be an odor for a few minutes after flushing. If you're sensitive to smells, you might be disappointed. We just kept the bathroom door closed and it was only a minor nuisance. 3 - don't plan on being on your cell phone all day. We have Verizon, and the cell service was almost nonexistent. Text messages would sometimes be delayed hours, but we found a place by the door where they would go through quickly. If you need to stay plugged in, you'll need to figure that out before you go, but this is a location to get away and UNPLUG. Perfect in my opinion.
The most important thing that I can say is that I will definitely stay here again!"
Guest: Adam L.
Date of Stay: August 2015
Review Submitted: August 16, 2015