Sebago Lake Lodge is perched on a hill over looking the lake. If you are looking for luxury, this is not your place. If you are looking for a quirky Maine camp, this is it. We stayed in the main house in a room with a screened in sunporch, which we enjoyed. Debra, the owner, was charming and gracious, as were her lovely dogs Enzo and Zara. We enjoyed our stay!
First complaint is the website makes it look in a lot better shape than it is. Most units are without air conditioning-one 5000 btu window unit does not work in 2 level 1200 sq ft house. Very humid and musty in side. A set of wobbly stairs leading into the water is what is considered a beach. Grounds are poorly maintained with weeds and bushes growing into walkways and a trip hazard. Most units are on a steep grade with no rails . Definitely not for the mobility or cardiac impaired. Try to visit before committing your money and you will be happy you did.
This NE style lodge located right on the lake. Lodge has a cute (small) beach for the kids and canoes available for free. Deborah the inn keeper is super nice and makes you feel at home. Very close to shopping areas and great restaurants.
Upon arrival I was greeted with a warm smile and very welcoming feel . We are then shown two adorable rooms both with private porch’s to enjoy, Our choice of rooms. With a short walk to the dock for fishing , swimming, kayaking or just watching boats pass . What a nice location to everything you could want for food and daily activities. As our adventure took us on a jet ski at long lake . Very easy parking .i would recommend them to all my family and friends as I will definitely be returning.
Very well done little cabins except the bed and bathroom, and TV. The bed mattress is about 4” thick, lumpy, and hard as a rock. I met another couple, checking out at the same time and they said there’s was the same, resulting in little sleep and lots of back pain. The shower plumbing was leaking pretty significantly and wrapping a hand towel around the base was necessary to prevent flooding the room. Also, definitely a set up for those under 5’5” tall. Since I don’t watch a lot of TV, a 24” screen was ok. If I did, in this price range, that would of not been good.