The fact that my wife, my son, and I are heading back for our fifth summer says it all. Our first two years were spent in the Sandpiper cabin, a small studio-like cabin with a kitchen, bath, and wood burning stove. Year three (after the birth of our son) we stayed in Loon which has two bedrooms and a small dining area off the kitchen. The only suggestions I have for Loon are maybe putting in a window in the bathroom for better ventilation and having the dining room windows able to open. Last year and this year we are in Merganser which has two bedrooms, a kitchen and dining room, a screened in porch, and a private deck overlooking the lake. All of these cabins (and the two others, as we have been in them as well) are well-supplied with cookware and utensils and have barbecue grills. The only thing I would say is that some of the pots and pans could use updating. The location at the edge of Long Lake is beautiful. It's a short ride or walk into town to Hoss's or the Stewarts market. As long as they're there year after year, we will be, too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hello, Water's Edge Cottages is located on the shores of Long Lake with amazing sunset and mountain views. Each unit has full kitchens and private baths, private decks and screened in porches. Renovated in 2010, our guests will be pleased to know we have tastefully used leather Arts&Crafts style furniture and Adirondack twig work to make each of our units unique. Come enjoy! ... more less