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Migis Lodge
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Reviewed May 12, 2010

My husband and I were invited to a destination wedding for our nephew. The lodge is rustic; but the grounds are kept well and the food served was perfect. They were able to serve steamed lobster for the rehearsal dinner to perfection. The wait staff was conscientious and the lodge staff was very courteous.

The only problems were there were no coffee makers in the cabins and you had to walk a long distance to get a cup of coffee in the morning. They ahve the logs ready to be started in the fireplace and the ice bucket is filled daily.

It is an all amenities, with full menu for one fixed price. they do not take credit cards, so if you go you have to pay cash or with a check.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 4, 2008

I am happy to see that Migis will now provide shampoo, shower gel, etc., in the rooms. We have been going to Migis about every other year but their arrogance of not providing basic toiletries really bothered us (quite a large family) and prompted us to go elsewhere. It just felt they were trying to get away with as much as they could.

Stayed: July 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 8, 2008

amazing private little place in maine right the lake. all meals are included with rate and fantastic.

i had the best salt scrub/ body wrap and massage there that ive ever had! they have this great little secluded place in the middle of the woods. all you can hear are birds and other little forest nosies :)

  • Stayed: July 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 8, 2007

Migis Lodge is a peaceful, beautiful getaway. We loved our rustic but upscale cabin with the large front porch and fireplace that was restocked with wood for us daily. The resort is on a gorgeous lake with many water activities available where you can take advantage of the scenery. We went post Labor Day high season, and the resort was quiet and the service outstanding. We took our infant son and all of the staff bent over backwards to make us and the baby happy and comfortable, for example, taking the resort's highchair to a cookout site! Just be prepared, the prices are quite steep - it took us a few minutes to notice lodging prices were per person, not per cottage but do include all meals.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled with family
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Migis, Owner at Migis Lodge, responded to this reviewResponded October 6, 2008

We are happy to let our guests and trip advisor readers know that we now provide shampoo, conditioner, body gel, hand lotion and specialty soaps. In addition, there are hair dryers in every bathroom.

Thank you for your feedback!

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Reviewed October 3, 2007

We stayed at Migis Lodge for two nights in late September, and we wish we had found it 20 years ago! I'd call it "rustic luxury." Sure, there is no shampoo or hairdryers, but the cottage we stayed in was otherwise beautifully appointed with cathedral ceilings, a working fireplace, lovely linens, comfortable furniture, and a huge bathroom with jacuzzi and shower. There were 100 people at the resort -- which I think of as more of a old-time camp -- but we barely heard a peep except in the dining room. And the next day, a Sunday, most people had cleared out, leaving the beaches and boats all to a handful of us. Even though Migis is located off a rather busy and unpicturesque road about 2.5 hours north of Boston, the minute you enter the property you feel as if you could be in the North Woods. Most of the lodging is lakeside, with beautiful views, logs stacked along the paths and beach and Adirondack chairs scattered through the grounds. The water and the feeling of wilderness, especially at sunset, is unbeatable, making us wonder why there aren't more places like this in New England with its lakes and seacoast. (And believe me, we've tried to find them!) One of our favorite things was the outdoor Sunday breakfast cookout by the lake with blueberry muffins, pancakes, eggs cooked-to-order, sausage, sausage, bacon and coffee. Other meals were quite good, including an extensive Sunday night buffet, even if they weren't five-star gourmet quality. It wasn't Denny's by a long shot, but it also wasn't Le Cirque, more middling fare. They also prepared us a full picnic lunch to eat on our way home. One of the nicest aspects is that, even if this is a "family camp," we weren't forced to be part of everyone else's family....Tables are private, guests are respectful of space, and you can make friends if you want to or keep to yourself. The staff is friendly, but not obsequious, and activities are easy -- sign the sheet, take out a boat; play tennis, take an outdoor morning yoga class, go on a hike. Granted, Migis Lodge is pricey -- with rates per person per night -- but it was the peaceful, beautiful, lakeside retreat that we've often longed for, and we can't wait to get back.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled as a couple
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