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Bernard Long Term Vacation Rentals(8)

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3 - 7 night minimum stay
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            2 night minimum stay
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              3 - 7 night minimum stay
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                5 night minimum stay
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                • Sleeps 4
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                  Recent Bernard Reviews

                  Wonderful, cozy, cute little cabin!

                  5 of 5
                  this was our first trip to Maine and the Mt. Desert Island area. Once we realize there was a 'quietside' to the island, we knew that is where we wanted to be. This cabin was absolutely perfect for my husband and myself. The cabin was very clean and comfortable, private and cozy. The fully stocked kitchen and groceries from the IGA in Southwest Harbor allowed us to 'cook in' part of the time and yet we were close enough to many great restaurants that it was easy to dine out too. We loved the deck with brand new grill and had breakfast there most every day. Mary Grace was always very quick to respond to any questions we had by email before our trip and even flagged us down to say hello when we happened to cross paths. Everything was ready for us just as she had described it. If you are looking for a quiet, cozy place to stay that is a great home base to explore Acadia Natl. Park, Bar Harbor or other surrounding towns, this is the place for you.
                  • Submitted: Aug 18, 2014
                  • Stayed: Aug 2014

                  Relaxing week in rustic ocean side cabin

                  4 of 5
                  We recently returned from a week long vacation at Foxfield and had a fun, relaxing time fully avoiding the summer crowds closer to Bar Harbor. The cabin is located at the end of a dirt road. The directions provided by the rental company were not quite accurate--some of the road names were different--but we did eventually find the house. Arriving in the daylight definitely helped. Bring tons of mosquito repellant---they were vicious!! The cabin feels very secluded and we never heard any people, although there are houses in fairly close proximity on either side. It was wonderful to be able to bring our dog and he loved running in the yard and on the rocky beach, as well as swimming in the ocean (he didn't mind the 55 degree water!). We rented a tandem kayak for the week--the kayak was delivered to the house and was very reasonable. The kayaking from the property was some of the best we found in the area. We ate lobster at Thurstons and even cooked our own at the house. We also had breakfast one morning at Grumpy's which was delicious. We hiked Acadia Mtn which was close by and provided stunning views of Sommes Sound. The house itself is comfortable. Our only complaints were that the bathroom shower is extremely small and the shower curtain and shower were pretty dirty. The picture window also needed a good cleaning. The living room would be much more comfortable with a full sized couch instead of the cluster of chairs. Although there are small built-in couches on either side of the room, they are awkward for adults to enjoy together. The bed was very comfortable and the linens very high quality. The cabin was otherwise clean and the kitchen well appointed. We loved hanging out on the back deck watching the lobster boats and the amazing sunsets. The trail to the beach is steep and beach is very rocky. At low tide the rocks are quite slippery so people with children or elderly people may not feel they can access the water easily. Otherwise, if you are looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure, away from the tourists, you will really love this place! We hope to return!
                  • Submitted: Aug 15, 2014
                  • Stayed: Jul 2014

                  Memorable Maine

                  5 of 5
                  We chose The Centennial Homestead and Family Lighthouse for a muilt-generation family vacation. It proved to be the perfect setting. Located approximately 20 minutes from Bar Harbor and on the Island Explorer bus route it has easy access to Acadia Park. Being at the end of a quiet road yet within walking distance to the town dock and a lobster pound it provided family members from age 66 to 6 with activities. The house has ample room for all eight members. The multiple levels and sitting areas allowed everyone to find there own space to read, watch TV or enjoy a pleasant conversation. The lighthouse was a thrill for all family members and provided a view often not available as well as many picturesque photo opportunities. Lynn the property manager could not be more helpful. She answered our questions promptly and checked in to make sure all our needs were met. The house was in perfect order upon our arrival. Learning about The Homestead and life of the Silverman family only added to the experience. Our family developed a better appreciation for this special part of the world. It is not often than you are provided with a wonderful experience while helping others. Through the generosity of Mr. Silverman a vacation at The Homestead benefits many through his philanthropic efforts.
                  • Submitted: Aug 12, 2014
                  • Stayed: Jul 2014