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Migis Lodge
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Reviewed 27 February 2012

Migis is a series of understated homey cabins, where you feel like you are visiting your old aunt on campgrounds that are perfectly maintained and are incredibly comfortable for adults. Dining is in a lodge for dinner, that offers lobster every nite. Lunches are offered outside on tin camp trays with the most amazing bbq burgers, hotdogs, beans, stews, chilis and assorted other suprises that change daily. The dessert is always something delicious and chewy, something that you would see in a womens league cookbook that is warm and wonderful, also great cookies. Friday nite offers you an outdoor clam and lobster bake. So good! Rachel Ray and Bodies by Jake were there for the food the evening i went. Beyond the food which is obviously very important to me, there are great lake activities - water skiiing, swimming, relaxing, boat rides and picnics on little islands. tennis is available and before and after dinner the guests congregate around the lodge to socialize, possibly playing backgammon or cards in a very warm, friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The hosts are very accomodating and we always look forward to our next visit.

Room Tip: If you have difficulty walking try to be close to lodge. I liked the locations further away, near the tennis courts and picnic area. Prettiest room though is one of the first you encounter and it is near the outdoor massage tent.
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Thank 10spower
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Reviewed 15 December 2011

Perfect for all ages. The food is first quality. Excellent service, working fire places ready to be lit(Maine nights can be chilly even in the summer) rustic, but very comfortable cabins of every size, every water sport available, beautiful lake clear crisp water, great walking and hiking near by, places to read and be quiet.Loved being with family and also having space to myself.Understated elegance. Perfect.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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Thank topsailluv
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Reviewed 29 October 2011

This October we made our first visit to Migis. We truely enjoyed our three night visit: the food was great, service outstanding & truely amazing sunsets. I took out a sailboat for the first time in 35 years, it was great.

I enjoy planning driving trips for my wife & I to extraordinary places our friends have not only never been to, but probably never heard of: Mohonk Mountain House, The Swag, Old Edwards Inn & The Opryland Hotel are some of our favorites. This year Migis Lodge has been added to our exclusive list of great places to go.

Thanks to everyone for a great trip, we will see you again & bring some friends.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mark F
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Reviewed 14 October 2011

Migis Lodge is a resort from another era: Men sport jackets to the six-course dinners, guests toast s'mores at a bonfire beneath the stars, your cottage's fieldstone fireplace is prepped each morning by a "cabin boy" for a quick starting fire in the evening. Some resorts might be content to let the setting do the work, but the staff at Migis go beyond the call to ensure that whims are satisfied. The owner is an avid outdoorsman who is quietly knowledgeable and passionate about the area; he is a font of information as guests tour the spring-fed lake on his vintage boat. Upon arrival, most guests drop anchor because there's no reason to leave.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled on business
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1  Thank simisimpatico
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Reviewed 12 October 2011

Have been going to ME and Migis for 30 years and it simply is the best resort in Maine. Excellent service, food, recreation facilities, & staff in a lovely setting. it is not inexpensive but well worth it and is a very special place.

Room Tip: Cottages all face the lake but Sunset and Spruce are right on the water and others more set back with less of a view. Look at the website map when making a reservation but all are quite nice.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank Jamie S
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