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The Lucky Loon

At a Glance

    Pros

  • beautiful waterfront location
  • comfortable and nicely equipped house

    Cons

  • five-night minimum from May through Sept
  • three miles from downtown

The Lucky Loon Review

Sitting on a beautiful piece of waterfront property, the two-bedroom house, fitted with two double beds and two queen-size beds, feels like instant home from the moment you walk in. This is not a B&B; it's a rental property that's fully furnished, has a covered deck, and is decked out with all the cooking equipment you could ever need to make the most of the day's catch. There's even a BBQ and crab cooker on the property. High-speed Internet, satellite TV, and laundry help the modern traveler hop right into vacation mode (though, yes, you will eventually have to leave). There's no roughing it here. Just as charming as this waterfront property are its owners; the couple are great fun to chat up, and offer enthusiastic recommendations for things to do and best places to get smoked salmon in the area. Though, really, the Lucky Loon is less about an activity itinerary than it is about getting away from it all and imagining a life very different from your own.

    Hotel Details

  • 2 bedrooms
Updated: 06-12-2013

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