You'll be sure to love this adorable A-frame vacation cabin located in Denmark, Maine, United States. The cozy cabin can accommodate up to 5 guests, 3 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 1 bath. Escape the city and relax at Camp Merryweather. The A-Frame cabin is perfect for a romantic getaway or a family retreat with the kids and dogs welcome also. If you’re a work-from-home professional looking to escape your normal routine, this cabin has got you covered, with a fully equipped workspace and reliable high-speed internet, you can break free from the pressures of the city while still staying connected. Kayaks and hot tub provided.
Come experience this slice of heaven for yourself, you won’t regret it. Camp Merryweather is a remodeled 1970s A-frame cabin, it’s a classic house with modern style and amenities. Features of the cabin include air conditioning, Wi-Fi, brand-new stainless steel appliances, and stylish modern furniture that brings all the comforts of the city to this remote camp. The brand new state-of-the-art hot tub has 42 jets, and will comfortably seat your entire group.
You’ll have full and private access to the whole property and the entire A-Frame. You can feel secure with the security system and automated lock system with keypad entry. Hancock Pond is a pristine 858-acre spring-fed lake and is outstanding for swimming, boating, and fishing. You can swim or use our kayaks at the boat launch just a quarter mile down the road, or you can go to the beach just half a mile further down.
The cabin is located in Denmark, Maine, United States, just a two-mile drive down a picturesque dirt road and you'll find this small lakeside community of around 30 houses. There are no neighbors on either side and nothing but woods for miles behind the house. All the benefits of a remote cabin property combined with a small tight-knit and friendly community. The cabin has plenty of parking for up to 4 cars. Feel free to bring your boat.
During your vacation stay in Denmark, you'll have plenty to see and do. Explore the downtown area in search of museums and boutiques or your next delicious meal. You might try a delectable five-course supper at the restaurant you’ve been hearing about, or maybe you’d rather read the paper while sipping hot coffee at one of the cafes scattered throughout the town. You can take in a show at the theatre, or just walk along down the main thoroughfare, watching people wander past. The following are just a few of the things to do during your stay.
Pleasant Mountain Trails Denmark. Pleasant Mountain is the tallest mountain in Southern Maine and offers sprawling views of the surrounding area, all the way up to the White Mountains in New Hampshire. The mountain’s 11-mile trail network offers hikes of different lengths and difficulties, including the Ledges Trail, Fire Warden’s Trail, and Southwest Ridge Trail all starting in Denmark.
Denmark Town Beach. Located at the southern end of Moose Pond near central Denmark, this public beach is well-maintained and open all day during the summer.
Patch Farm. This wonderful organic farm produces a diverse variety of veggies, pigs, chickens, and turkeys for meat, and laying hens for eggs.
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