Originally built as a summer rooming house/hostel in the 1880’s, the Inn has been renovated and restored to reflect its history but with all the conveniences of modern day.
Our Common Areas
The Living Room welcomes you as you enter with the hand-made quilts, antique Grandfather’s Clock, and French doors leading into the Dining Room. Its maple hardwood floors, Norway pine ceilings and many windows in which the sunshine spills across every morning, enhance this room. Its original artwork and carefully appointed antiques is the perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee and a fresh baked muffin. And let’s not forget the big wraparound porch where you can sit, relax, and chat for hours on end.
The Maple Suite is located on the second floor of the Cozy Inn. This comfortable two-bedroom suite is spacious and inviting and can accommodate six people. A living room with futon, fully equipped eat-in kitchen with stove, and bath with shower, and the two bedrooms – one with a queen bed, the other with a double bed. Lakes views from the living room; pool views from the kitchen.
The Summer Suites – Relaxing, old-world charm
These two-room suites each have a bedroom with one double bed, sitting room with a full-size futon and a private bath. Suite 8-9 is ground level; Suite 10-11 is on the second floor. Suite 10-11 features a claw foot tub. Each unit has its own refrigerator. These suites have use of the common areas of the Inn including a fully equipped common kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster and cooktop.
These rooms reflect the lazy days of summer – comfy and cozy – and share the common bath in the hall. They also have use of the common areas of the Inn including a fully equipped common kitchen. Room 5, on the second floor, has views of the lake; Rooms 6 & 7 are located on the third floor of the Inn.
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All suites and rooms in the Inns have daily housekeeping service
Quaint, cozy, unpretentious