|Beach area||Eleanor Webb|
|1968 Guest Room||View from the Lodge|
Nestled in a forest setting of white birch, balsam, hemlock and pine trees, Hemlock Hall is a secluded jewel of unspoiled beauty.
The location, part way up Blue Mountain, has a gorgeous view of the lake. The main lodge was constructed in 1890 and later opened to the public for lodging and meals.
Additional cabins were built as its popularity grew. Homemade meals are served family style. Fay had her first job in 1957 at Hemlock Hall.
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