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  • Serene

    "If you're looking for a clean, well-appointed, comfortable, roomy cabin in a quiet setting where cell phones barely work, then this is what you need. You can get reception (text and outgoing calls) if you stand in the road above the cabin. An occasional car may be heard on road below the cabin or the sounds of cows around 8 AM. The rest of the day is gentle sounds of nature and extremely peaceful. The cabin is set in the woods, on a hill. The cabin's "Great Room / Family Room" is located on the second floor. When you walk in you enter into the kitchen which is complete with all utensils, cookware and dinnerware you need. The owner has provided many maps of the area to explore. The cabin's AC unit works great too. Only suggestion is to bring your own drinking water, as the owner has also suggested. We will keep this on our "re-visit list"."
    Guest: Elaine K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 15, 2014
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  • Family get-together

    "This is a beautiful property, very private and quiet. It was very clean and well maintained. We had a 3 day family get together with 12 adults and 2 children who stayed and others who came out for a day. We enjoyed our stay very much, especially the swimming beach and fires in evenings. The box of children's beach toys was a nice plus. The property has beds for up to 20, but that would have been crowded, especially with only two bathrooms. We had a couple of issues: there were not paddle boats as promised, with no notice that they were no longer there, and we discovered there was not gas for the grill as we prepared supper, which was a little inconvenient. I would recommend this property for small groups who want a real get-away."
    Guest: Betty S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 16, 2014
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  • Perfect

    "I don't know where to begin! It is an absolutely perfect retreat. When all of us first walked in we were struck by the charm. We explored every room and couldn't help but feel happy! It was so cozy and relaxing. The setting is amazing as we were able to enjoy the peacefulness. We enjoyed watching the wildlife and cannot wait to return when the weather allows us to enjoy the outdoor tranquility! If you are looking for something with modernness and city action this is not the place for you. If you are looking for an escape from hectic life happenings and want to enjoy peace and quiet this is definitely the place for you! The owners are absolutely wonderful and you can tell they go above and beyond to make your visit the best you have ever had!"
    Guest: Jackie Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 24, 2014
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  • Absolutely Beautiful - Can't Wait to Return!

    "We were absolutely delighted with our stay at Sunset Lodge. It is a terrific vacation rental, and well maintained. The location is fabulous - it isn't "in town," so we felt very much at peace and surrounded by a lovely natural setting. It isn't terribly remote, either, so we had ease access to local amenities, including shopping, movies, etc. It's extremely close to LaCrosse, and not far from Prairie du Chien or Winona (MN), all of which we visited with ease. During our stay, we enjoyed an extremely picturesque drive to Viroqua for the farmer's market and some shopping. We had a great (and huge!) meal at the Great River Roadhouse (just down the road in DeSoto). The kitchen is great - on the small side, but manageable, and open to the dining and great room area, so we could all talk while we cooked. Be aware that the stove is apartment-sized, so don't try to do a giant roaster full of turkey or anything. For our group, it was just right. The layout is at once inviting for groups and comfortable for those who want some privacy. The sleeping areas are all very nice, and make good "retreat" points to get away from the rest of your crowd. The great room (and deck) is terrific for games, conversations, and group activities. Be aware that you will climb stairs in this house. You enter in the "basement" area, which has a family room space and bedroom and bath area. You must climb a full flight of stairs to get to the kitchen, great room, deck, dining room, and two of the bedrooms (and one bath). The master suite is yet another flight of stairs up from there (with it's own bath). This wasn't really a problem for our group - we had one gal recovering from knee surgery, but she managed by planning her "up and down" trips and keeping them to a minimum. This would not be a good choice, however, for persons who simply cannot do stairs - it would likely be frustrating. YES, the train tracks go by the Lodge. If you require absolute silence, you won't like it (but, really, what *will* you like??). We LOVED the trains. They don't blow horns (no crossing), so you just hear the low rumble of them moving past. YES, the highway goes by the Lodge (at the foot of the hill). We barely noticed it. Perhaps the best idea I can give of how fantastic this place is, however, is to note that, before we'd even gone to bed the first night, we all said "Okay, so, next year, when we come back here..." and were making plans for our next trip to the Lodge."
    Guest: Stephanie A. Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: November 1, 2013
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