1 / 35 Cabin from a kayak out on the lake (2016)

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Overview

Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3
Sleeps:
6
Type:
Log cabin
Pets allowed:
Yes
Wi-Fi available:
Yes

Description from owner

Our waterfront log home is located on Squire Bay in the beautiful Lake Champlain Islands. The bay offers easy access to the lake but, it shelters the shore from the rough waters and boat traffic. With the cabin's direct waterfront facing west you'll be able to take in the beautiful sunsets. There is a private aluminum boat dock and a large yard.

The main floor has a living/dining/kitchen area with a cathedral ceiling, laundry room + screened patio, 1 Queen bedroom, 1 small single bedroom with a twin bed.

The 2nd floor loft has a full size futon sofa bed for an extra guest and the master bedroom offers a king size tree bed,a two person Jacuzzi tub +walk in closet.

(Maximum of 6 people - Including Guests) Well behaved dog(s) are permitted with non refundable pet fee. Owners must be notified at the time of booking.

Included in your stay: All linens, kitchen items, firewood. All you need to bring are you personal items and groceries.

2016 -

New Rope Hammock.

New Sheets, Quilts,Towels.

New Washer and Dryer.

New Child's size kayak.

New Extra Section of Aluminum Boat Dock.

NEW Solar Lights on Boat Dock.

New Swim Ladder at end of Boat Dock.

Beds: 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Bed, 1 Sofa Bed

About the area

Jewels within the nation's sixth largest lake, the Lake Champlain Islands are popular with oenophiles, cyclists and those seeking a charmingly slower pace. Referred to simply as "the Islands," they beckon with gorgeous views, cultural heritage and natural history as well as thriving arts and agricultural communities. With 200 miles of shoreline to explore and enjoy, the Islands are a prized summer and fall vacation destination, as well as an ice-fishing and snowmobile enthusiasts' winter retreat. Conveniently half way between Montreal and Burlington, the Islands, just 30 miles long by eight miles wide, are a key destination along the Lake Champlain Byway. As you plan, explore some themed itineraries, like Chews & Brews along this scenic drive. The southernmost town in the Islands, South Hero, is just twenty minutes from Burlington and home to Vermont's first vineyard, Snow Farm Winery, a lively stop along the Champlain Coast Wine Trail. The largest town in the Islands with a population of 2,000, Grand Isle is 35 minutes north of Burlington and a quick ferry ride from Plattsburgh, New York. In Grand Isle, the Hyde Log Cabin, built in 1783, is one of the nation's oldest remaining log cabins. An hour north of Burlington, Isle La Motte is home to the historic St. Anne’s Shrine and lesser known, yet historically profound, Chazy Reef, the world's oldest coral reef. On a clear night, whether camping or staying at an inn, take time to enjoy the reflection of stars glimmering on the water. Some lucky locals and travelers have even witnessed the Northern Lights from these shores. With a variety of lovely places to stay, restaurants and cafes, plus ample history and nature to explore, the Islands await.

Owner profile

Jenn T

Tourist License
10089668002

Amenities

Features

  • Air conditioning
  • Grill
  • Heating
  • High Speed Internet
  • Parking Included
  • Pet Friendly

Appliances

  • Clothes dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • CD player
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite TV
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Video player
  • Washing machine

Activities

  • Boat available
  • Cycling Trips
  • Fishing
  • Water sports
  • Horse riding

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