Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do we need to do any cleaning?
A: Cleaning at the Olive Branch is not required. We would be grateful if you were to leave the property as you found it. Stripping the bedding from your bed the day of checkout is helpful to us, but certainly not required. Please take your leftover food with you and make sure all of the windows are closed.
Q: What do I need to bring?
A: You’ll want to bring the following items for your stay:
• Personal items
• Food and beverages
• Swim toys & life vests
• Disposables: paper plates, napkins, cups, etc.
Q: When is down-payment and final payment due?
A: We have an Advanced pay discount and a flexible pay option. See the rates page for details.
Q: How many bathrooms are there?
A: 3 baths plus ½ bath in the chicken barn.
Q: How many beds are there?
A:There are a variety of beds available:
• 1 king bed
• 3 queen beds
• 5 twin beds
• 3 comfortable queen sofa sleepers
• 2 comfortable single sofa sleepers
• 14 total beds to sleep up to 22 guests
Q: Are my pets allowed at the Olive Branch?
A: No pets other than certified service pets are allowed inside the house. We understand the necessity for a service pet, and yet, the cleaning and sanitation required is the same. For that reason, a $100 pet cleaning fee will be assessed. Pets in the house without prior approval will be charged a $200 cleaning fee.
Q: What are the surroundings and Fuller Lake like?
A: The Olive Branch is 65 acres that surrounds most of Fuller Lake with lush forested areas; private walking trails and a massive yard. It is adjacent to 1400 acres of wildlife conservation land for more adventures and makes for a quiet neighbor. Fuller Lake is shared with one other property and it is known for it’s trophy bass and abundant pan fish. Fuller Lake is 54 acres, spring-fed and outlined with natural vegetation. A pontoon, two canoes and a vintage paddle boat are provided for your use at the Olive Branch.
Q: What is Town of Grey Eagle like?
A: Small town atmosphere with all the amenities; public library, dining, post office and gas stations. Learn more with the Lakes’n’Woods Grey Eagle Guide.
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