True seclusion is just a click away at this charming Appleton vacation rental. With a lakefront location and a cozy interior, you'll be relaxing and unwinding in no time at all. This rental features a full, updated kitchen, a master bedroom with breathtaking lake views, a guest room with a full-size bed, and a kids' room with two bunk beds. The living room has high beam ceilings, a fireplace, and plenty of comfortable furniture. The lake-front side of the home is lined with windows, making it ideal for morning coffee, quiet contemplation, or just a well-deserved afternoon nap. Outside, whip up a meal on the gas grill, kick back in an Adirondack chair and take in the view, explore the beach with your four-legged friend, or head to the dock for a refreshing swim.
Right outside, Sennebec Lake is a five-and-a-half mile long lake teeming with wildlife. You're likely to hear and spot loons, visiting ducks, turtles, and if you're lucky, the resident eagle family. The lake is also home to many species of fish if you're looking to catch some dinner. Bring your kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or small boat and head out for fun-filled days on the water. Appleton is a small, quiet town known for its blueberry fields, high ridges, and its central location relative to many popular coastal destinations including Camden (16 miles east), Rockland (19 miles southeast), and Belfast (20 miles northeast). Visiting hikers will want to check out Mt. Battie (the trailhead is just 16 miles away). And you don't have to travel far to enjoy a wide variety of festivals and other events throughout the year including Windjammer Days in Boothbay Harbor in June, the North Atlantic Blues Festival in Rockland in July, and the Maine Lobster Festival in August (also in Rockland).
Things to know:
Full kitchen (no dishwasher)
The family dog is welcome with a nightly fee
High chair and Pack-N-Play provided
The water in the cottage is not potable. There are water jugs to be used for drinking and cooking.
* Please Note: Do not dive off the dock. The water is very shallow (under 4' at the end of the dock) even when the lake is at maximum height.