Brandy Pond, also known as Bay of Naples Lake, is a 740 acre lake in Naples, Maine, which is connected to Long Lake by the Chute River and to Sebago Lake by the Songo River.
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From listening to the loons and bullfrogs at night to enjoying a water view with your morning cup of coffee, there’s something very special about staying at a lakefront cabin. This is especially in the lovely woods of Maine, where options range from a cabin within driving distance of Portland to a rustic, off-the-grid retreat in the northern woods. Here are some great Maine lake cabin rentals that are ideal for an escape at any time of the year.
6 Serene Maine Lake Cabin Rentals
These cozy Maine lake cabin rentals are all are available through Airbnb. Click on the name of the cabin to learn more. Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.
Enjoy a newly renovated kitchen and bath, open floor plan, and all-season porch with beautiful sunset views of the lake and mountains.
Entire cabin (sleeps six); 3 bedrooms; 1 bath $323 per night. No pets.
If you don’t mind a bit of roughing it, this cozy three-room cabin makes for an ideal unique getaway. Enjoy lake views from every window, sandy bottom swimming areas, and abundant nature.
Entire cabin (sleeps two); 1 bedroom; 1/2 bathroom; average $175 per night. No pets.
Enjoy incredible views, access to the lake and mountains, and a super clean getaway at this open-concept woodsy cabin. Older children will love sleeping in the loft.
Entire cabin (sleeps four); 2 bedrooms; 1 bathroom; average $204 per night. No pets.
Plan a truly memorable family getaway at this custom-built mega-cabin. The lake is filled with multiple species of fish, and kids will love simply fishing off the dock, or taking the fishing boats out for a spin.
Entire cabin (sleeps 16-plus); 7 bedrooms; 6 bathrooms; average $1,000 per night. No pets.
This private lakefront cabin in Acadia National Park includes a large deck, dock, offshore swim float, canoe, kayak, charcoal grill, fire pit, wood fireplace, and more.
Entire cabin (sleeps 5); studio (3 beds); 1 bathroom; average $300 per night. No pets.
Guests will have access to the cabin and to nearly three acres of beautiful wooded area with 200-feet of lakefront on calm Songo Pond. Swim, kayak, and relax on a wooden swim dock.
Entire cabin (sleeps 10); 4 bedrooms; 2 bathrooms; average $184 per night. Dogs welcome for a fee.
Which of these Maine lake cabin rentals is your favorite? Let us know!
This post was first published in 2018 and has been updated.