Get away from it all! Let the magic of Lake Webb seduce you. Swim out front or stroll down the lane to our private sandy beach. Relax on the spacious covered porch while taking in the beautiful lake with the mountains beyond. The spacious living room with its huge stone fireplace warms you on a cool night, and marshmallows never tasted better. There is plenty to do—climb up Tumbledown where you can see for miles, tennis, golf, biking, and fishing. As you close out your day you may hear that lonely sound of the loon—they love it here too!
Other details about Lake Webb summer home: Rowboats and motorboats may be rented nearby (2 mi). There is extensive hiking in the area – Tumbledown Mountain, Jackson Mountain, Mt Blue, Blueberry Mountain and Bald Mountain all within half an hour away. There is Blueberry picking in late July and August in nearby Center Hill and Wilton. Golfing in Wilton (13 mi.) and several other courses within an hour drive. Tennis courts are in Weld (3 mi.). There are nature programs at Mt. Blue State Park across the lake. The General Store in Weld carries basics...milk, beer, bread, and magazines. You can get submarine sandwiches and an excellent 'loaded' pizza a few miles south on Highway 142 in Carthage. There is Wi-Fi at the library and at a cafe in town. Supermarkets and Walmart are only twenty minutes away. Relax to a delicious meal at the Kawanhee Inn just up the road and keep an eye out for lobster night!
From a previous renter:
We stayed at this delightful summer cottage two years ago and enjoyed every minute. Ah, the lake early in the morning when only the birds are up and a few fishermen (or women) are finding their way through the light mist. So peaceful and relaxing. We enjoyed the hiking, swimming, canoeing. One day we took a ride to the Rangeley Lake country for lunch. We were sure to look out for the Moose as we wended our way through the scenic hills. Another night we went to Kewanhee Inn just a short distance from the cottage. We had a table on the porch, overlooking the lake. It was a delightful and delicious dinner. We were not much for cooking ourselves but the kitchen is fully equipped. We did make coffee but made a morning trip to a wonderful pastry shop a couple of miles away and picked up a delicious home baked breakfast to enjoy on the porch. The shop also makes wonderful box lunches to take on your hike. I hope it is still there. We found that relaxing after an active day in the wonderful rustic living room was a prelude to a rich, restful night of sleep. Of course, be sure to save going to L L Bean for a rainy day. It is about 90 miles away. A little further on is Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park -- but better to save that for another vacation (but do go). We are planning a late summer return to the cottage.