The Best Lakefront Properties In The U.S
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Photo Credit: Malicky Boaz

The Best Lakefront Properties In The U.S

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Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Apr 15, 2021

When the warm months start to arrive the only place you want to be is around water. These lakefront properties give you a sense of privacy and a secluded luxury experience, while having full access to a lake for both scenic views and adventurous memories.

Here are the best lakefront properties in the U.S., that also feel like an adult playground.

Lake Austin Spa Resort

This resort is an oasis  just outside of Austin, Texas. It doubles as a 25,000-foot luxury spa and wellness center. Before or after a relaxing spa treatment, join in one of the many activities such as lakeside yoga, meditation sessions, nature hikes, and stand-up paddleboarding on the lake.

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Salish Lodge & Spa

It’s not quite a lake but this river and waterfall front property is one of Washington’s hidden gems. It has gone through major renovations, keeping the charm of a lake-house with modern touches like floor to ceiling windows, fireplaces, hot tubs in each suite and even balconies that face the waterfall.

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel sits on Mackinac Island between Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas. The hotel’s mission is for each visitor to find extreme solitude and enjoy the lake, so much so that the property is not open during the winter months.

Suttle Lodge

This cozy log lake-house with only eleven guest rooms, doubles as a boathouse. After a great nights rest, head to the attached boathouse to rent canoes, kayaks or even a boat to enjoy the lake.

 

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Half Mile Farm

Half Mile Farm is the best of both worlds. The tranquil atmosphere of the Blue Ridge Mountains mixed with the adventure of Apple Lake is like no other. This hotel is an adults only accommodation, made specially for relaxation.

 

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Kenoza Hall

Kenoza Hall is a classic bed and breakfast known for being a New Yorker’s perfect escape. The on-site Hemlock Spa awaits after a vigorous day on the lake.

Keystone Lodge & Spa

Looking to see a lake view from up above? Keystone is just that. From your room take in the sights of the lake below you and head to the Keystone Spa for a massage with a view.

The Hotel Alyeska

This mountain lodge is known for being a ski resort in the winter, but a wildlife habitat in the summer. Relax on the lakefront and view wildlife like native bears, caribou, moose, elk, and bald eagles.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

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Not only are you lake-front, but Hyatt Lake Tahoe also has a beach. If you didn’t come for the beach no worries, there’s a  lagoon-style pool and boat rentals to enjoy the lake.

Mohonk Mountain House

There’s nothing short of amazing activities at Mohonk Mountain House. You can go swimming in the pool or the lake, go fishing, or boating on Lake Mohonk. There’s also a  30,000-sq. ft. spa at the resort.