Situated on stunning Lake Kezar in Lovell, Maine, Quisisana Resort is equal parts summer camp, music festival and gourmand's fantasy. Your stay will be filled with exquisite meals, the scent of pine, and music from Bach to Broadway.
A Note From Sam & Nathalie
We are glad you've discovered Quisisana Resort and hope this information tells you what you need to know. This website has some pretty photos, but The New York Times article really tells the story!
Give us a call if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.
-Sam & Nathalie
"Quisisana, a vacation resort on Kezar Lake that occupies one of the loveliest sites in the Universe - complete with stands of pine trees, a gorgeous sand bottomed lake, mountains, and spectacular sunsets."
"Not to be outdone by the musical talent is the culinary talent in the kitchen."
"Jane definitely knows how to keep her guests - young and old happy."
Quisisana was succinctly and quite suitably summed up in the New York Times as being a most "magical place." "Entrancing", possessing "restorative powers", having a "sedative effect", and "almost a religious experience" are other elegant explanations used in the Times' travel piece for this Lake Kezar Vacation Resort.
A Musical Resort
"But don't get the idea that this is some Mom-and-Pop community theater out in the Maine woods. Orans (the owner) spends her offtime during the year scouring the country for the most promising young talent around. Spots on the staff are competitive, Quisi alumni have gone on to Broadway and beyond and many of the guests hold a standing reservation."
"What I saw there was people who loved to perform and an audience that really appreciated it. It renewed my love for theater"
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"Cabins as New England as maple syrup: pine-paneled walls, white wicker furnishings. Lake sports, pool, clay tennis courts at this summer camp for music lovers."
Quisisana Plays With Your Heart
"A melodious experience for vacationers who LOVE music."
"There is music, somewhere, all day long. You hear a flute or a clarinet on the tennis court. Everywhere someone is rehearsing or just playing or singing for personal enjoyment. But at night the place really comes to life."