Lake Kora is the pure distillation of summertime, of leaping off docks, of gleaming wooden boats plying the private lake and dinners by the grand fireplace.
Once a private playground for the Vanderbilts, Lake Kora invites your family and friends to experience this extraordinary property as a Great Camp of your own for a rejuvenating few days, a week, or a month at a time. A full staffed and all-inclusive rustic paradise.
The main lodge has several rooms, mostly twin-bedded and ideal for younger guests. On the ground floor are two very special rooms, each with two twin beds, which can be made up as a king bed. The larger, referred to as the 'Indian Room', is often fought over for its décor, which includes many Native American artifacts original to the area. The other is called the 'Fort Room'.
Grand and whimsical, the Tree House is certainly the most unique residence on the property. According to Lake Kora lore, it was always the favored residence of the matriarch of the owners’ families, and it’s typically the top choice of modern-day guests as well. This suite sits a few steps from the Main Lodge.
Open, airy, and filled with light, the shoreside one-bedroom Gardener’s Cottage enjoys a stunning view over the lake through its double-height windows. With a stone exterior and blond wood interior, it’s a sunlit sanctuary, located slightly apart from the other buildings and the most private accommodation at Lake Kora other than the Island House.
Above the docks, the Red Boathouse has a king bed-room downstairs and two twin beds on the upstairs mezzanine. It has a large open living space with soaring ceilings, double-height windows, a fireplace and doors that open onto a large balcony overlooking the lake.
Cozy and country-chic, the two cottages shares a rustic, log-cabin mien. This two-story cottage has two bedrooms on the upstairs level (one queen-bedded, the other with two twin beds), and downstairs, a well appointed full kitchen, large dining area, and a living room with a wood-burning stove. Upstairs bath holds a claw-footed tub; the downstairs a shower.
Cozy and country-chic, the two cottages share a rustic, log-cabin mien. The two-story cottage has two bedrooms on the upstairs level (one queen-bedded, the other with two twin beds), and downstairs, a well appointed full kitchen, large dining area, and a living room with a wood-burning stove. Upstairs bath holds a claw-footed tub; the downstairs a shower.