Lazy Days Lakefront Retreat offers everything you want for a "Lake Life" getaway for up to six guests at historic Lake Granbury. The newly remodeled home sits right on the main body of Lake Granbury. It has a full kitchen, dining area, two full bathrooms, two bedrooms, and a large common area with a sleeper sofa for two. The lakefront view is what makes Lazy Days Lakefront Retreat special. One step out onto the back patio gives you a priceless view of Lake Granbury in your backyard. The view of Lake Granbury is as enjoyable for your morning coffee as it is for an afternoon happy hour. The spacious main bedroom has a queen bed, a full closet, and a sunroom. In the secondary bedroom are two twin beds (that can easily be pushed together to make a king), with both full bathrooms just steps away from each. Two more can sleep on a pull-out sofa bed in the living room. Both bedrooms have windows with a full view of the lake. Sheets, towels, and full bathroom amenities are supplied for all the beds and bathrooms. If you have a boat, bring it along. Full access to the 9-by-24-foot dock is provided, equipped with a new motorized lift. If boating is not your thing, climb down the ladder at the end of the dock and float or swim in the lake. Or pull up a chair and enjoy an afternoon with a fishing pole. A neighborhood boat ramp is close by, and the house has covered parking for two and street parking. A full-sized kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, dishes, a K-Cup coffee maker, mugs, wine glasses, and drinking glasses. It's equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, stovetop, microwave, and oven. Outside is a charcoal grill. A table for four is in the dining area, along with two barstools on the bar countertop. Outside is a seating area and a dining area for six. The house has a full washer and dryer and WIFI access, as well as a flat-screen TV equipped with an Amazon FireStick for you to log in to your own streaming accounts to watch tv and movies. Historic Downtown Granbury, founded in the 1860s, is a short car ride away. There you can dine at many local establishments or enjoy walking around the town square, which prides itself as the town "Where Texas History Lives." Granbury was founded in the 1860s. Most buildings in the Historic District were built in the late 1800s. The town's historic square, lined by historic landmarks, makes for excellent shopping, and there are plenty of mom-and-pop restaurants to choose from when it comes time to relax and refuel. For the past several years, Granbury, Texas, has been voted by USA Today as one of the Best Historic Small Towns in the USA. The charming town of Granbury makes frequent appearances on "best small town" lists, and after you see it, you'll understand. The beach at Lake Granbury offers a way to cool off on those hot Texas afternoons, and there's even a family-friendly boardwalk.