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Migis Lodge

Sebago Lake, Maine

Our Rating

Migis Lodge is a luxurious lodge housing six guestrooms set amidst 125 acres of pine forest with 35 private cottages stretched along 3,500 feet of beautiful Sebago Lake shoreline. 

There are many activities on offer for guests to enjoy including watersports such as kayaking, sailing, waterskiing and motorboating, as well as tennis, massage treatments at the Wellness Center and fitness classes.  There is a Kids Club as well as two playgrounds, a recreation room and evening programmes for children.  All activities and meals are included in the price of the guestroom, with the exception of motorboat use and drinks from the bar.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided and often involve picnics and steak dinners on the Lodge's private island, lobster bakes on the beach and pancake breakfasts by the water. 

Rooms

Guests can stay in either a guestroom in the Main Lodge, or in one of the 35 cottages.  Each room, whether a cottage or in the Lodge, has a porch or balcony overlooking the lake, a stone fireplace and handmade quilt on the bed.  Cottages can accommodate from two to six guests, with one large cottage that can house ten in five bedrooms.

Why We Like It

Migis Lodge is a charming property in a stunning location.  The food is delicious and innovative, the activities are numerous and exciting, and the pine forest setting is great for exploring, or just relaxing in.  Undoubtedly a place never to be forgotten.

 

Tennis

Water Sports

Canoeing

Massage

Parking

Daily House Keeping

Wi-fi

Baby Sitting Service

Restaurant

Bar

Fitness Room

Twin Bedded Rooms

King Bedded Rooms

Great For Families

Full Board

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