The sister chalet to November Moon and a mini-great camp of nearly 1,000 square feet, April Melody is located in the center of our 25 acres amid our sylvan woods and surrounded by nature trails. A beautiful stone fireplace is center stage in this two-bedroom with a fold-out queen-size couch, a kitchenette, and an expansive deck.
- Adirondack Hand-crafted Knotty Pine Interior
- Partial Cathedral Ceiling
- King Master Bedroom with European Duvets
- Secondary Bedroom with Two Twin Beds
- New Adirondack Fold-out Couch (Queen Bed)
- Wood-burning Floor-to-Ceiling Stone Fireplace
- Standard Amount of Firewood*
- Bathroom with Tub/Shower
- Kitchen/Living Area
- Four-burner Gas Cooking Stove with Night Lights and 27-inch Oven
- Two-bay Stainless Steel Sink
- Small Refrigerator with Freezer
- Coffee Maker
- Dishware, Utensils, Pots, and Pans
- Bluetooth Speaker
- Large Deck with Adirondack Chairs**
- Shared Outdoor Picnic Area: Adirondack Chairs, Picnic Table, Fire Pit, and Charcoal Grill**
- Three-minute Walk to the Main Lodge or Our Picturesque Beach
- Fully Winterized & Heated
Disconnect from Stress & Reconnect with Nature
Though our location in the woods and on the water creates a rejuvenating destination alone, there is no WiFi, TVs, or phones in our lodgings to ensure a serene stay with a focus on relaxation, mindfulness, and making meaningful connections. We encourage you to unplug from the stresses of daily life and instead plug into the sights and sounds of nature.
However, we understand that complete disconnection may not be an option for all our guests. For your convenience, we provide complimentary WiFi in the Main Lodge lobby and gazebo.
Additionally, cell phone carriers that use Verizon towers do have some service and LTE/data coverage.
April Melody was designed by Cathy Fisher Hohmeyer's father, a well-known Adirondack craftsman with an engineering degree from Yale University. It would be an understatement to say they are well built with an intricate design of wood overlays in such a meticulous way that they did not require trim. Three generations of the family were involved in constructing this "mini-great camp," which was completed in April of that year when we first heard the loons return and their iconic melodies.