Beautiful spot on Lake Sebago - the "campus" of cabins is literaly right on the water set amid the trees. Docks with canoe/kayaks, picnic tables, grills and fire-pits all right there and ready to go. The pro's are definitely the location and the scenery - canoeing, fishing off the docks etc. The con's are the cabins - built in 1920 or so - cheaply furnished (furniture, towels, linens, kitchen supplies), no A/C (not that you need it but gets damp when it rains) and in need of repair (holes in screens, missing screens). Great for what it is (i.e.,rustic cabins on the lake in Maine) - but if you are looking for a hotel type arrangement/quality you are going to be disappointed.
Lots of fun stuff to see/do in the area - all out door oriented (boating, hiking, fishing) and easy access to Freeport (Lands End and shopping) and Portland (try 555 in the Art District if you are a foodie). Challlenge we found in the area is that the hotel choicdes seem to be limited - super high end (Migis Lodge at $1K/night for a famiy of 4), generic looking motels off the lake or cabin type arrangements.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Imagine finding yourself sitting Lakefront in one of the prettiest and most peaceful settings in Maine. Now imagine yourself going for a swim, sitting by the fire pit, enjoying the sounds of summer, and then falling asleep to the crisp air as a loon signs a song nearby. Go ahead.. Say... Ahhhhhhhhh! Sebago Lake Lodge and Cottages...located in the heart of the Sebago Lake Vacation region, is the ideal base for your visit to Maine. Close to everything you want to do.. and far from everything you want to get away from. It is at the center of PERFECT & RELAXATION. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sebago Lake Lodge And Cottages Hotel Windham
- Sebago Lake Lodge And Cottages Maine/Windham