This cozy two bedroom cottage tells us a wonderful story from the past. With a spectacular view of Lake Willoughby it is ideal for the family getaway whether for Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter.
- Accommodates up to 4 guests
- Queen-bedded room with Jacuzzi and 26" LCD TV
- Twin-bedded room
- Fully-equipped kitchen with dining area
- Living room with gas fireplace
- Hand-crafted rustic furniture
- Central air-conditioning and heating
- Private deck with furniture and
- Flat Screen Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Free WiFi
- Washer and dryer
- Daily housekeeping service
- Free outgoing telephone calls
In the early 1900s the George Conley family operated a farm on Lake Willoughby that also served as a boarding house for road workmen. In 1909 the Robert Frost family rented a tent-site on the lake next to what is now the Robert Frost Cottage. As a result of their stay, Frost became inspired by Mrs. Conley and wrote his famous poem “A Servant to Servants” in 1914. The original farmhouse was eventually demolished and new structures were built and rebuilt over time. The structure that was completed in 1987 is now the WilloughVale Inn.