About Herons Watch
Main Level: Great Room (dining/sitting area with queen size sofa bed) and well-equipped Kitchen off lake front wrap around deck (gorgeous lake views from kitchen sink and dining/sitting area). Two Bedrooms (queen size bed and two twin size beds) and full Bath (tub/shower).
Upper Level: Large Master Bedroom Loft with Sitting Area (king size bed) and full Bath (shower).
Lower Level: Family Room with two sofas (one is queen size sofa bed) and Game Area with lake front patio/lawn. Office, full Bath (shower) and washer/dryer.
Perfect place to stay while visiting Middlebury College students and/or attending events such as parent's weeks, orientation, graduation. Also plenty of room for family reunions.
Wood floors, pellet stove, barbeque, ceiling fans, window air conditioners, well stocked video, music, game and book library and much more. Relaxing wraparound mid-level deck off Great Room and lower level patio with spectacular lake and mountain views and gorgeous sunsets and sunrises. Gentle slope to beach with boat launching access. Row boat, kayak and paddle boat provided free. Large level lawns perfect for entertaining, sports or just relaxing. No smoking please. Well behaved dogs o.k., $25/day/dog pet fee (2 dogs maximum).
Owned by my brother and is available to rent separately or at the same time as the main house (rental arranged through my brother). It is on a separate lot, also overlooks the lake and has been fully remodeled. This is a fully furnished “vintage camp” and has a well equiped kitchen/living room, enclosed sleeping/eating porch, bathroom and a detached guest/bunk house. A large deck off the sleeping porch overlooks the lake. Stairs from the cottage lead to its own beach area and dock. Canoes and row boats supplied. Will sleep up to 6 people. Please contact Craig Brown at 802-363-5619 (cell phone) or e-mail us for availability and details.
Activities (on site and/or nearby):
Shopping, Sightseeing, Restaurants, Boating (kayak, paddle boat, canoe and row boat provided), Biking, Mountain Biking, Wildlife Viewing, Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, Antiquing, Cinemas/Movie Theaters, Museums. Waterskiing, Jet Skiing, Snorkeling/Diving (for those with their own boats and equipment), Swimming (limited close to shore due to weeds in water mid to late summer but possible off boats out in lake and public beaches in area).
Birdwatching (from bald eagles to annual migration of snow geese) historic sites (Fort Ticonderoga, Maritime Museum / Basin Harbor, UVM Morgan Horse Farm etc.) band concerts and much more.