Lakehurst has 9 one & two bedroom cottages to meet all of the needs of your family while on vacation. Our cottages offer dining and living areas complete with wood stove/fireplace (firewood furnished), a full bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen. All cottages include televisions with cable hookup, minimal cookware, dishes and silverware. Wifi is available in most cottages. We want our guests to enjoy the cozy feeling of home during their stay with us.
Most of our cottages have central heat and are fully insulated. Enjoy the beach in the summer, foliage in the fall, and ice fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Enjoy bird watching as the lake is home for loons, eagles, and ospreys.
Guests will need to bring towels, bed sheets, blankets, pillows, and personal belongings. Life preservers are required for boat use and are not provided. Barbecue grills, lawn chairs, and beach blankets are also recommended. Guests need to take home everything that they bring with them including paper goods and leftover food. Lakehurst employees will be disposing of anything left behind by guests.
During June, July, August, and September, the length of stay is Saturday to Saturday. Check-in time is between 3-6pm at the Lodge. Check-out time is 9am. During the off-season, there is a three-day/two-night minimum stay. Longer-term winter rentals are available from October to the end of May.
“There is no better place to come for a family vacation than Lakehurst … trust me. My mom discovered Lakehurst as a child and came every year until she married my dad in 1956. Then, they began renting a cottage, bringing our family of 6 children every year. When we all married, WE started renting cottages for our families, and still do today. The real testimonial is that our children—many of them teens and young adults—still come every year and plan their vacations around our time in Damariscotta—as do many of their friends who consider a Lakehurst invite as coveted as one to the Caribbean. Lakehurst is beautiful, it’s restful … it is truly like a second home we could never get through the year without.”
Mary Anne (Bresnahan) Clancy, Newburyport, MA