Charming lakefront log cabin on Thompson Lake
Sleeping Accommodations: 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 12
Bedding Information: 1 King, 2 Queen, 1 Queen bunkbed, 1 Twin, 1 Full
The Call of the Loon cabin is located in the Lakes Region of Maine. Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains, the Lakes Region of Maine earns its name from the more than 50 lakes scattered among green rolling hills. There are a multitude of activities to enjoy during the fall, winter, spring, and summer.
Maine is a popular destination in the Fall. Leaf peepers flock to the area to get a first hand glimpse of the dramatic color transformation of the fall foliage from green to the brilliant colors of reds to orange to yellow. Foliage normally starts to change in mid to late September. It lasts well into October and typically “peaks” about October 10th. At this time of year vacationers can enjoy views of the foliage from just about anywhere. The vibrant landscape can be particularly enjoyable to look at while taking a scenic hike, riding a mountain bike, exploring the lake by boat, casting for fish, antiquing, apple picking, attending fall festivals, hunting, or just sitting on the deck gazing at the water.
Winter is a particularly fun season in the lakes region of Maine for outdoor enthusiasts. The lakes become the playground of snowmobilers, fishermen, skiers, ATV enthusiasts and lots of others. The Lakes and ponds freeze over and by January are safe for all kinds of activity. Snowmobiles can be seen zipping around. Snow shoers forge a trail along the shore and across the lakes. Cross-country skiers find them a perfect arena for exercise. Skaters make use of the surface for fun. Fishing is also found in abundance. The ice fishing season opens January first and avid fisherman have their small shacks out for warming and cooking while they tend their traps.
Skiing is also a popular winter attraction. Shawnee Peak Ski Resort, Mount Abram ski Resort, and Sunday River Ski Resort are all nearby and all offer fantastic downhill skiing opportunities.
From the first hint of Spring through the end of summer activity on Thompson Lake truly comes alive. This is considered peak season in the lakes region of Maine. Sights commonly seen on Thompson lake include groups of sailboats crisscrossing the lake captained by children learning to sail at one of the two camps on the lake, boats pulling a waterskier or someone out for a joy ride on a tube, canoers and kayakers exploring the shore, vacationers basking in the sun on docks or swim up floats, jetskiers skipping across the water, fisherman trolling the water, loons diving under the water, pontoon boats with groups of people enjoying a tour of the lake, and swimmers diving off of docks.
- Full Kitchen
- Internet Access
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Video Library
- No Smoking
- No Pets
- AM/FM Radio
- Answering Machine
- Cassette Player
- Ceiling Fans
- CD Player
- Coffee Maker
- Cooking Range
- Dish Washer
- DVD Player
- Hair Dryer
- Mini Refrigerator
- Auto Racing
- Boat Rentals/Charters
- Hiking/Biking Trails
- Horseback Riding
- Jet Skiing
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|SEASONAL RATE INFORMATION: Fall to Spring (Week after Labor Day through second week of June) Rates are as follows: Weekly rate: $1,300 3-night weekend rate: $695 (choice of Thursday or Sunday as third night stay) Peak Summer Season (Second week of June through Labor Day) Weekly rate: $3,400 per week Weekly rentals are Saturday to Saturday. Weekend rentals are not available during the peak season. Holiday Weeks Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Year's, Martin Luther King Day, President's DAy, Memorial Day Weekly rate: $1,800 Weekend rentals are not available during the peak season. RENTAL PACKAGE SPECIAL - $4,400 Includes: One Peak Summer Week and Ten Additional Non-Summer Nights (Up to Three Visits) Additional information Lease deposit We require a 50% deposit to confirm your date and the balance is due at least 30 days prior to occupancy. State of Maine rental tax A 7% sales tax is applied to all rentals to be paid to the State of Maine. Security deposit A $300 security deposit is also required at least 30 days prior to occupancy.|
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|Deposit: 50% deposit to confirm your date and the balance is due at least 30 days prior to occupancy.|
Cancellations and Refunds: If it becomes necessary for you to cancel your stay at the cabin, the owners should be notified as soon as possible. They will then make every effort to find another suitable tenant to occupy the property. If they are successful, you will receive all of your funds less 10% of the total rental lease. This represents the cost of finding another tenant for the property. If in the event they are not able to find a suitable tenant, then you will be bound by the lease arrangements.
Check In: 2:00PM
Check Out: 10:00AM
Required Stay: Negotiable
|Rates and terms are subject to change without notice.|
Unless otherwise specified, rates shown are in US Dollars (USD).