Dick’s Maggot

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Contrary to what might be your initial impression, the Dick’s Maggot cabin is named after a 17th century English Country Dance, not a six-legged creature.  Dick was also our grandfather. The cabin has a small sitting room with fireplace, couch and chair and a bedroom with queen-sized bed.

Coming in 2017 — We are completing some renovations and upgrades to Dick’s Maggot to make your stay even more enjoyable. As part of the work, we are installing a new mini-bar with sink, basic cooking: microwave, burner, toaster oven, coffee maker, mini refrigerator and dishes for 4 people.  There is a grill and picnic table just outside the cabin.

The bedroom which is on the pond side, has a queen bed and magnificent lake view. The bathroom has a claw-foot tub with hand shower. There is a very small screened porch on the lake side.

The cabin is immediately adjacent to the lake and waterfront.  There is a small dock on the waterfront which is shared with residents of the two small cabins next door.  The cabin comes with one parking space and use of basic wifi internet.

From mid-June through Labor Day, our neighbor, Pinewoods Camp, holds folk dance weeks for adults and family groups. You can hear their folk music and some instruction wafting through the woods until 11 PM.  In early June and September, the woods are usually wonderfully quiet.
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The living room has sunny windows behind the couch and a wood burning fireplace.

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The living room

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Pond-side bedroom with queen bed – this room will have new wall materials, lighting and more in June 2017.

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The waterfront on Long Pond is shared with two other cabins. It has a small dock and canoe that guests can share.

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Dick’s Maggot is to the left, Betty and Helen to the right

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View to the left of the waterfront

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View to the right of the waterfront

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Dick’s Maggot and the waterfront

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The pond side of Dick’s Maggot and screened porch as seen from the waterfront