from $110 / night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
- Log cabin
- Pets allowed:
- Wi-Fi available:
- Per night:
- $110 - $110
- Per week:
- $771 - $771
Description from owner
About the area
- Years listed:
Languages spoken: English
Other properties from ownerLittle Lauer Lake Guest House Kearney United States From $140.8/night More properties from this owner
- Air conditioning
- High Speed Internet
- Linen provided
- Parking Included
- Pet Friendly
- Ceiling Fans
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- CD player
- Satellite TV
- Video player
- Cycling Trips
- Water sports
- Horse riding
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Kearney, United States Have you been a guest of this property? Write a review Reviews (55)
– based on 55 reviews
“Perfect Fall Get-a-Way”
I actually spent two weekends here (twice in October). Each time was absolutely perfect - The cabin is a perfect get-a-way - feeling like the country but not too far from home. It is well stocked, clean and comfortable - Plenty of room for everyone and a GREAT place to see wildlife. The paddle boats and kayaks are a great addition! - An easy walk to the river and to Ft Kearny. The hosts are always on top of things and do a great job of keeping the cabin beautiful and welcoming! Thank you!
Owner's reply: Thanks, Joni!!
“Holiday At Little Lake Lauer”
Our stay at Little Lake Lauer was nothing short of a five star family outing. We were juggling loved ones to allow for work requirements for a son-in-law and oxygen supply time limitations for our (85) year old mother. Management was kind enough to let us switch occupants to meet our needs. The cabin is furnished with most of the amenities of home,but do not take away from the feeling of "roughing it"! We spent the first day moving in and exploring the beautiful woodland and lake. The evening hours, enjoying Shis-Ka-Bobs and family fellowship reminiscing and telling jokes,until 3:00 am were priceless. Day two found everyone doing their own thing.My (40) yr old daughter and her husband fishing with myself, on one end of the lake while at the beach area on the other end,my (60) yr old wife and (13) yr old grand-daughter went swimming and paddle boating. The sounds of laughter, excitement and joy filtering through the air during the mid-day and afternoon hours were really what vacations are all about.Evening brought a barbecued batch of "baby-back-ribs" and an old fashioned meal, with some night fishing afterwards. All meant to bring peace and comfort to an old mans heart!! Sunrise and early morning were peaceful with wildlife coming to the lake for drinks, while fish were jumping and waterfowl were going to and from the water. A very nice ending to a super holiday. "FOOT note": While loading the SUV to start our vacation I fell down some steps head first,spraining and breaking some bones in my ankle. The foot swelling up as big as a small football (larger than the fish I caught) did not prevent myself from having a grand vacation at Little Lake Lauer
“Very relaxing mini vac”
Really enjoyed this quiet cute cabin. Had beautiful weather. Scenery beautiful. Lots of wild life. Deer almost came to window. Beautiful view of river. Close to great golfing and places to eat. Definitely would stay there again.
“Great weekend getaway”
My husband and I took our three sons (one 3-yr-old & 15-mo twins) to the cabin for the weekend. It was perfect! The water was warm and shallow for the most part. It did rain a bit so we took the kids into Kearney to check out the Children's Museum. Another big hit with them. We had a wonderful time!
Owner's reply: Glad you enjoyed it. You children are adorable! Thank you for the review.
“If I could give 10 stars, I would!”
Unbelievably, absolutely perfect vacation! We were just awed at how much fun we had, the dog absolutely loved it. The cabin is beautiful, perfect for two adults and a fur baby (or real kiddos), there is an awesome loft above. We grilled, we fished, we paddle boated, the puppy swam, we walked the trail, we played board games, we snuggled and watched a movie, we ate on the patio. The owners really do have everything you could need, from dishes and bowls to pots and pans, silverware, even corn holders! Such an absolute gem, we saw ducks, cranes, deer, and so many other wonderful animals. Just perfect, thank you so much for the best vacation a couple getting married soon could have!!!
“Peaceful Vacation Getaway”
l love the new decor to the cabin! This is not our first stay as our son And his family live near by so we have been coming for a few years now? It is a such a cute and accommodating cabin. The area is so peaceful and with the water just feet from the cabin it is a great view. We have enjoyed many views of wildlife outside the cabin such as deer and turkeys. The kids enjoy the sandy beach to play on and the kayak and paddle boat. We love to walk the trail to the river but weather didn't allow us to do so this time. The guys really enjoy fishing the lake. Always something to catch! The owners are fantastic people and the gal they have working for them is wonderful too! Area is well maintained and there is lots of activities in the area. If you don't like to cook every night Flipping Sweet Pizza in Kearney is our favorite! We had 4 adults and 2 children and it wasn't crowded at all! Great family vacation if you love nature!
Owner's reply: Thanks, Ann. I'm so appreciate of the great help I have this year! :) Glad you like the new decor, too.
We will be back. What an awesome little cabin in the middle of nowhere. We didn't talk to another person the two days we were there including the innkeepers. This is a small little cabin. Ideal of two people. We brought our own food and never left from the moment we arrived until departure. Beautiful little lake. Clean and safe.
“A lovely stay”
We stayed in the Little Lauer Cabin for 2 nights while visiting to see the Sandhill Cranes. The cabin sits right next to a small lake, and was only a 17 minute drive to the Audubon center. It was peaceful and lovely. The only negative was that we were missing salt and pepper for our first dinner and the 2nd bed had no sheets, but a call to the owner rectified those things quickly. I would definitely stay there again!
Cozy cabin nestled in pine trees on a small lake by a trail to the river. A trailer home sized cabin with a nice layout and nostalgic feel. Very clean, thoughtfully decorated and fully accommodating. Our children loved the low clearance loft and we plan to stay there again for the next crane migration.
We really enjoyed the cabin once we found it. We were looking for signs that the email said would be there to guide us, but none were posted. In addition, the description stated that there was a grill on site, so we planned to use it during our stay and brought groceries specifically for the grill, but there was no grill to use. The cabin was clean and well kept. We loved the fact that it was secluded and right next to the small lake. The back porch was a great place to enjoy our morning coffee. We definitely would stay here again.
Owner Supplied Testimonials
From Owner: The Guest House review from the Gress family is 100% accurate - unfortunately - but we do believe in transparency for your sake when reading reviews. The Guest House was not clean enough, especially for toddlers and little ones who would play on the floor. The issue was dog hair. We tried to do all we could during their visit, including sanitizing the blankets and bedspread. (It was apparrent that the dogs had found the beds quite comfortable!) Because cleanliness is always our goal (the heading says "Immaculate Cabin" for a reason!), we have established the policy of "pets with permission only" so we can judge whether the size and number of dogs will create problems for us and the next guests. We love dogs. We love cats, and horses, and just about every kind of pet you can imagine. But, we must provide a clean environment for all of our guests. As noted, we have the right to make an exception to our polices, so some pets will be allowed depending on size and character. We thank the Gress family for their tolerance and we thank them for their kind way of expressing the problem. Marge Lauer