Rustic Lakefront Cabin on Large Private Wooded Lot
|Per week||$540 - $690|
|Per month||$1,800 - $2,400|
You can fish from the dock, explore Torsey Lake by canoe or kayak (BYOBoat), grill up some steaks on the grill and relax around the campfire. Features include: 100% pine bead-board interior, campfire pit, wood stove, full modern kitchen and appliances, stainless gas grill, , shower, telephone, cable T.V. with VCR and wireless high speed internet (BYO notebook). Together these make this cabin a great value in additional to being a beautiful spot.
Clean towels, dishes, kitchen utensils, bedding and firewood are provided. The cabin has a large 14’ x 17’ loft with 2 bedrooms which sleeps 3 (one double and one twin bed) plus a convertible divan downstairs in the living area which sleeps 2. Possible additional sleeping on the screened-in porch swing although that mattress is thin. Cabin rates quoted are for up to 4 persons - additional overnight guest: $75 per person per week or fraction thereof.
A refundable damage deposit will be collected.
No smoking anywhere in the cabin please.
Check-in: 1pm, check-out: 11am.
Please inquire about current availability, multiple week discounts, extended check-in/out times prior to booking. Utilities are included and well behaved pets are welcomed.
You will not be disappointed by their selection - especially if you book early. Collins will book your preferred vessel and arrange pick-up & delivery to the lake. You can then leave the boat tied-up to the dock for the duration of your stay. Note: guests are responsible for any damage to dock or this property.
Multiple other recreational activities are accessible nearby during all four seasons. Enjoyment of your stay is assured in this special place. You won't be disappointed by the location, condition or appearance of this unique vacation offering. Easy to find and only 12 miles west of Interstate 95 exit 109 in Augusta (an hour’s drive north of Portland). Within 25 miles of:
- Canoeing/Kayaking (canoe/kayak not provided)
- Downhill Skiing
- X-Country Skiing
- Hiking Trails
- Biking Trails
- Water Skiing
- Art Galleries
- Air Service
- Rental Car Agencies
- Scenic Photography
- Bird Watching
- Moose Watching
- Nature Preserve
|May 04 2014||Jun 01 2014||-||-||$540||$1,800||1 week|
|Jun 01 2014||Jun 29 2014||-||-||$590||$2,000||1 week|
|Jun 29 2014||Sep 07 2014||-||-||$690||$2,400||1 week|
|Sep 07 2014||Sep 29 2014||-||-||$590||$2,000||1 week|
|Sep 29 2014||Oct 27 2014||-||-||$540||$1,800||1 week|
|Check In: 1 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7% for short-term rentals NA for long-term lease|
|Deposits: Payment: Full payment required in advance. Damage: $500 (refundable by mail within 30-days) Pets: $200 (refundable) Cancellation: • Over 45-days notice in advance of scheduled check-in date: 100% refund. • Less than 45-days notice in advance: Cancellation Fee = 35% of first week. • Less than 30-days notice in advance: Cancellation Fee = 50% of first week. • Less than 10-days in advance: Cancellation Fee = 80% of Booking. • No-show/no-notice: Cancellation Fee = 100% of Booking.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Guests are responsible for long distance & pay-per-view charges incurred during rental period. Please note: first six tall kitchen trash bags left behind will be disposed free of charge - a fee will be charged for excessive dumping. When booking stays less than 2 consecutive weeks, please be advised that confirmation may be delayed. Restriction does not apply after April 15. Bookings for 2 or more consecutive weeks will be confirmed immediately and receive a $90 weekly discount.|
Sally StPierre Gilbault
August 13, 2013
This rustic lakefront cabin had everything to offer that you would need for a quiet get-a-way vacation. Fishing off the dock or on our boat and the kayaking was beautiful on this quiet lake. We were able to see many eagles and also saw a nest with babies eagles, loons, and many other wildlife. The screened in porch was definitely an added bonus, allowing us to sit and listen to the loons well into the night while enjoying the campfire. The camp was also equipped with linen, utensils, towels, TV's and everything that we needed for the week. We would certainly recommend this cabin as a wonderful retreat for a vacation and would certainly considering going back again one day. We were also glad that we had the opportunity to meet Steve, the owner. George and Sally Gilbault
July 18, 2013
We enjoyed using the cabin. Spent most of our time on the dock , kayaking and relaxing on the swing on the screen porch. Was a very peaceful spot, not a lot of activity on the lake, great to just get away. Tons of loons and other wildlife.
July 8, 2012
We had a great week! The cabin had everything we needed. The fire wood was split, seasoned and ready to go. The notebook worked great on the WIFI. The fishing on the lake was great. The small market (store) was well stocked and close by. We will stay there again!!
Upstate New York
May 30, 2012
My wife and I stayed at Steve's camp last summer and are definitely planning on staying again this year. Great old Maine camp in a great location. The screen porch really adds to the whole experience giving you a place to hang out even if the weather doesn't co operate. Wood stove was also a great addition to what was already a perfect weekend getaway. Met the owner who happened to be coming in as we were leaving. Great guy, easy to work with. Overall wonderful time.
November 27, 2009
We spent a wonderful long autumn weekend here. It was very peaceful and relaxing, sitting by the heat of the woodstove reading with the fall foliage reflecting off the lake outside the windows. Finding a great selection of books to pick from was a bonus! We noticed that a nearby orchard was having its annual apple festival as we toured the local back roads and checked out a couple of antique shops. Although the weather was chilly, as Maine can be in October, the little wood stove kept the cabin toasty warm. We never turned on the propane heater. Having a full kitchen with gas range and dishwasher allowed us to cook and eat in all weekend. This property manages a fine balance between feeling like a rustic Maine cabin or camp while having all the amenities of a modern home.
September 20, 2009
This is a great place to come to after a long hard week at work. It is peaceful, calming and rejuvinates. The fishing is great. I have landed many large mouth bass right from the dock. It is a great location for day trips to local tourist sites i.e the state house and the fort along the Kennebec river.