Setting, Quality and Srvice set this B&B apart
It’s SETTING amidst 115 acres of hills, fiields and maple woods gently rolling down to almost a mile of private lakeshore is remarkable enough,
then add QUALITY
From the meticulous restoration of the 1889 Loghouse and 1902 Swedish farmhouse with private lakeside balconies, groomed grounds to whirlpools-for-two, fireplaces, fine furnishings, one-of-a kind-antiques, generous-sized bathrobes to damask bed and table linens (nary a paper napkin here).
A Welcome Tray graces each bed. Silent butlers Albert, Henry and Edward deliver an early morning beverage, newspaper, fruit and nutbread to each Homestead door–antique berry baskets do the trick at the Loghouse. A memorable breakfast follows–private in the Homestead–shared at the Loghouse. Fresh squeezed orange juice and coffee are de rigeur.
with three miles of hiking trails, lawn games, canoes, rowboats, snowshoes, books, and board games, this little hostelry is the ultimate Bed and Breakfast experience. COME and ENJOY!