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Damariscotta Vacation Rentals(6)

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  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
2 night minimum stay
1 Review
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 4
7 night minimum stay
(4)
  • 1 BR,
  • Sleeps 3
7 night minimum stay
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$270 - $300
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2 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 5
2 night minimum stay
$750
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7 night minimum stay
  • Studio,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 3
7 night minimum stay
(6)
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
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Recent Damariscotta Reviews

Fantastic

5 of 5
Last August, my husband, small dog and I came to the cabin for two wonderful weeks. The cabin is spacious,very clean and comfortable. The well equiped kitchen had all we needed to make our meals which we ate at a table over looking the river. The living room is large with lots of table space for our books, guides and maps. The bed is very comfortable with a skylight over head and a bathroom just through the door. There is a wonderful deck also looking over the river which we spent hours on reading and viewing birds including a bald eagle. The yard is spacious with more chairs. There is a private dock with kayaks; we paddled both ways on the river enjoying so much beauty. The cottage is on a dirt road for great walking with both water views and woods, blackberries too. Downtown is nearby with a fabulous used bookstore behind the library. CDs were 3 for a dollar. We bought bags of books and CDs. There are good books in the house too. The rising Tide is a wonderful natural food store with organic food and bulk. They have a farmer's market too. We love Rockland and Rockport for their fabulous museums though the Rockport museum will be moving to Rockland soon. Rockland has a huge farmers market and so much more to see and do. One day we went to Brunswick to go to the wonderful Bowdoin College Art Museum. Damariscotta is a great jumping off place as there is so much in the area including the ocean. Our only complaint, actually it's my husband who values his privacy, is Rebecca's husband has a workshop in the garage so was there almost daily to get supplies etc. I didn't mind as the house faces the river.
  • Submitted: Dec 28, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

Great Experience

5 of 5
Kristen was excellent to work with and was very helpful and accommodating. This was our first trip to Maine and she had a lot of great recommendations and information about the area. The condo was exactly as described and pictured online. Not many full time residents in this complex, so we had the pool to ourselves the whole time with the exception of one evening. Very nice-- like having a private pool essentially. The rest of the property was nice and very quiet. The bedrooms were comfortable and linens were clean. The kitchen is equipped with dishes and the appliances work. It is very small, so if you want to cook a lot it isn't ideal, but it worked for us just fine. The location is really quite nice. Damariscotta is a cute little town among many others nearby. We enjoyed visiting Pemaquid Point which is very close to the condo. We made a trip up to Acadia which was a bit farther than we thought it would be (the roads in Maine aren't exactly as direct and fast as we are used to), but it was still managable. We also went down to Old Orchard Beach to get that experience, and that was a pretty easy drive. There is really so much to do if you want to -- or if you don't feel like venturing out, spend a day at the pool!
  • Submitted: Aug 11, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

Very comfortable rental

5 of 5
We recently spent a week in the carriage house and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The apartment was well-stocked, with lots of towels, china, pots, etc. The location was perfect for us, just outside Damariscotta and a short drive to our friends in S. Bristol. I loved sleeping in the cool night air with the windows open - bring pants, socks and a sweater! We loved Damariscotta - it's a great little town with a fabulous bookstore/cafe/toy shop, restaurants, a seafood market, a used bookstore, a theater, and two Reny's department stores. The produce from the Monday afternoon farmer's market was amazing. My husband could have spent the entire week in the town itself (especially at the soda fountain counter in Reny's!). We enjoyed it more than Wiscassit which I found too crowded with tourists and traffic. My four-year-old enjoyed hunting for fresh eggs in the owners' chicken coop, playing on nearby Pemaquid Beach, and countless ice cream cones (try the shop in New Harbor). The library and children's playroom at the Damariscotta Library was a godsend when it rained one day. (There are also playgrounds next to Damariscotta's YMCA and in S. Bristol by the library.) If you have little kids needing a break in Wiscassit, check out their nice library with a small play area, too, as well as the large toy shop by the bridge. For those who visit historical houses like us, we had a great tour of the Chapman House in Damariscotta. Unfortunately, we missed tours at the Wiscassit sites because they had limited hours during the week, so call ahead to confirm tour times. A visit to Portland (great children's museum) was an easy day-trip. At night with no traffic you can make the trip in an hour, add thirty to sixty minutes longer during the day.
  • Submitted: Aug 19, 2013
  • Stayed: Aug 2013