The Palace's screened porch overlooks the large, sandy, semi-private beach with dock and floating
raft. It's just a quick hop down to the bottom of the hill to reach the beach. The sand is perfect for
building sand castles and the gradual entrance into the clean, clear water is the perfect choice for
families with small children.
Surrounded by woods, this one-story summer home built in the 1950's, sleeps 4 to 6. There is a galley
kitchen with equipment and dishes for up to 8 (microwave, stove, refrigerator); a large living room with
wood stove and queen futon sofa; a small bedroom with new queen memory foam bed; a large
bedroom with one double and twin bunk beds; a screened porch; a deck with gas grill; and one
bathroom with shower. If you have more than six overnighters, we sometimes have a couple of
one-bedroom cabins that can be rented for additional guests.
The Palace is situated next to the Point and Lilli cabins. During July and August, residents of the
Palace will hear music coming from Pinewoods Camp which is the next property over. The folk music
and folk dance camp hosts adults and sometimes families for week-long sessions. The camp's evening
folk dance program, which can be heard wafting through the woods to the Palace, runs until 11:00 PM.
We do not allow pets. Smoking is not permitted indoors. The parking area holds up to four cars.
The living room has a dining area and woodstove.
French doors that lead to the screened porch
The large bedroom has a
double bed and twin bunk
beds (the bunk beds are new
and not shown on photo)
The screened porch has a great view of the lake.
The large, sandy beach is a favorite
The Palace is on a hill
overlooking Long Pond
The galley style kitchen
The Palace at Cornish Point Cottages