This charming cabin sits on the Long Pond shore front. It is one of a cluster of four cabins (the original tiny houses!), each renting separately. We have worked hard to preserve the unique, 1930's fish camp character. If you are looking to commune with nature, seek a simple respite from modern life or just want to enjoy Long Pond, this space is for you.
This cabin (we call it Dick's after our grandfather) has a recently renovated shorefront room with queen bedroom on one side and kitchenette on the other. The other room has a sitting area with couch, chairs and working fireplace and a dining area. The bathroom (with lake view) has an old fashioned claw foot tub that is fitted with a hand shower. You can sit in the bath and look out onto the pond! There is a screened porch with cafe table and chairs and amazing water views. The kitchenette has sink, microwave, mini fridge, toaster oven, induction cook top and plenty of dishes and cookware. Guests have access to a grill and picnic table outside.
Dick's Cabin is a stone's throw away from it's neighbor, but carefully arranged to give a sense of privacy. The waterfront with small dock sits just next to this cabin and is shared between the four cabins. If you have a larger group, it is possible to rent cabins together for an old-fashioned fish camp experience.
We're at the end of a private, sandy road and located next to Pinewoods Camp. When the camp is in session from mid June through Labor Day you can hear their music until 11:00 PM each night. In early June and September, the pond is wonderfully quiet. You can enjoy the area's wildlife, swim in the clear waters, hike miles of nature trails or use it as a jump-off point to explore the Cape and Boston.