Our two-cabin combination provides a taste of classic fish camp living. They are situated along the Long Pond shore front. 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 is for you.
Betty & Helen is the sleeping cabin and was named after our two aunts. It has two bedrooms, one with queen bed and one with two twins that can be pushed together. There is a screened porch that looks onto a shared grill and picnic area and a fireplace nook with window seats. A toilet room is at the end of the porch. There is an outdoor shower next to the adjacent cabin for bathing.
The Lilliburlero (grandmother Lilly and very famous Renaissance tune) cabin houses a full kitchen, small living room and spacious screened and very private dining porch that looks onto Long Pond. There is a short walk between the two cabins.
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, when this cabin is most available, 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.
Our cabins have names because they were built for the use of our Dad's family when he was growing up. Our grandparents were English Country Dance enthusiasts and named the cabins after both dances and family members. Each cabin is a stone's throw away from the others but they are arranged to give a sense of privacy. The shared waterfront with small dock is nearby.