Reviews

4.5
based on 4 reviews
Emily and George P. (Atlanta Georgia)
Visiting Family

We had such a wonderful time staying in your lovely lakeside home. Our children instantly declared that the house was beautiful. We were able to visit George's mother and sister in Deter, hike in Peaks Kinney State Park and go on a lobster boat trip near Bar Harbor. We only wish we could have stayed longer! Thank you for your hospitality.

Family with young children  |  stayed in 6/2019

Breezy Photography (Deter, Maine)
Workshop

I hosted a photography workshop here for the whole day! Thank you for hosting us and having us! We love your place so much! So beautiful and quaint.

Other  |  stayed in 6/2019

Kristi L
Family Vacation

We had such a great week! Kayaking daily, kids catching fish! We spent time with our family in Corinna on the 4th and our great nieces birthday on Saturday! We'll definitely be back!!

Family with older children  |  stayed in 6/2019

Stacey B. (Laconia, NH)
10/28/18

Here at "the Lodge" for the weekend helping friends get settled into their beautiful home. So far we have seen 2 deer and watched a beaver swim along the shoreline. While the others were out walking the trails through the woods, I decided to give the fishing a try. Had a few nibbles, but no luck. I did, however, have the pleasure of speaking with a local fisherman who lives at the other end of the 'pond'. He was trolling around in a small boat not having any luck either, but assured me that there are large and small mouth bass, perch and trout in the pond, along with a big snapping turtle (aprox 30-40 lbs) that will actually snap at his trolling motor if he stops and fishes nearby. Turns out the beaver's name is "Theodore" and resides in a dam he's been building further up the shore. We knew he was in that area because on our walk earlier that morning we discovered trees that Theodore had been chewing on.The fisherman also said that there has been a bald eagle on the pond and for the first time this summer they've seen a pair of eagles nesting. They are often spotted in the trees along the shoreline in front of the 'cottage' and will fly across to the big pine tree on the other side of the pond. It is so quiet and peaceful here on Puffers Pond (Echo Lake) and I am very much looking forward to my next visit.

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