When John Yarington built the beautiful pine-paneled apartment above the three-stall garage on Sebec lake next to the cabin, on the lot next door, I had no intention of renting it. But,I decided to try it out. It was fun. I have cut down many of the trees in front of the deck to make the lake more visable and added a two burner counter top stove in the kitchen.I have also added a boardwalk from the bunkhouse to the dock. Now there is free WIFI in the bunkhouse for your convenience as well as Direct TV for those who wish to keep up with sports, the news, and movies. The rental is now completely non smoking as that is the rule nowadays. There is an extra large toaster oven for baking pies . I have added 29 pictures below to this site to give prospective renters a better idea of the beautiful site on Sebec Lake. It is very serene and peaceful, a wonderful spot to spend a week or two away from the crowds yet close enough to Camden and Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park for fun day trips. Having me right there to give advice really helps. $700 per 7 night week, call 616-677-2689 or 207-564-0809 for a reservation.
This is your campfire area. It needs a grass cut in this pic.Wood is provided for campfires.
Your dock, swim tubes, three kayaks- life preservers are provided--swim raft far out--that's my power boat (not included in rental).
The view towards the West--sunset area. It goes on for twelve miles to the middle lake and through the narrows to the big lake--it's huge and has great land-locked salmon fishing!
Your dock--close up and the inner tubes for floating. I bought a new kayak this summer so now there are three Old Town Kayaks.
This is the swim raft where most renters swim and play.
My motorboat which is not included in the rental of the bunkhouse.
The green new canoe which is for your use. I also have a large red Old Town Canoe for your use.
The living room and kitchen area.
Another view of the living room showing the propane fireplace and the DVD player.
A view from the kitchen.
The propane stove makes it nice and warm and cozy on a chilly morning.
Looking to the left into the bunk room.
Looking to the right into the bunk room.
There is a library of about one hundred books and paperbacks for your reading pleasure.
The master bedroom and the kingsize bed.
The master bedroom.
The bath off the master bedroom.
A built -in two burner counter top stove is now next to the fridge.
Your deck runs the length of the building and is mostly covered.