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Isle Au Haut Vacation Rentals with Parking Included(6)

6 Results
2 - 6 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
    1 Review
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    7 night minimum stay
    • 3 BR,
    • 2 BA,
    • 1 HF BA,
    • Sleeps 6
      (5)
      7 night minimum stay
      • 5 BR,
      • 2 BA,
      • 1 HF BA,
      • Sleeps 10
        2 Reviews
        7 night minimum stay
        • 1 BR,
        • 1 BA,
        • Sleeps 2
          1 Review
          • 2 BR,
          • 2 BA,
          • Sleeps 5
            • 2 BR,
            • Sleeps 6
              (5)
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              Recent Isle Au Haut Reviews

              Amazing Place

              5 of 5
              My husband and I rented from Mat for two summers in a row, and although we haven't been unable to return in a few years, we still talk about the place. If you value peace, quiet, country living, fresh air, the first morning cup of coffee while sitting in your pi's staring peacefully out at the ocean, great hiking, AMAZING fresh seafood right off the boat, and are willing to go a little out of your way for it, THIS is the place. I was a little sketched out at renting off the internet, but Mat made it all so easy, and I immediately trusted him. He answered every email, and was just so kind. Plus, when he told me there were three kinds of coffee pots in the house, I knew we'd found our type of place! This place is classic Old New England, from the rustic stone fireplace to the beadboard walls to the Adirondack chairs on the patio. Deer graze in the back yard. It is just soooo peaceful. No one bugs you, but if you need something, the locals are happy to help out. We were staying a bit early in the season, in June, before all of the tourists were really around, and lobsters were a bit hard to come by. But then a local lobsterman offered to take half of our party out to pull a few traps, in exchange for some beer. After hours of story telling and more than a few beers, the rest of the party was greeted by two giant buckets of lobster and crab. It was a blast, and we will never forget the kindness of that lobsterman--or his entertaining stories! We aren't sure when we'll be able to make our next trip, but we seriously hope Mat doesn't plan to retire to Maine any time soon, because we look forward to renting from him again in the future.
              • Submitted: Jun 2, 2014
              • Stayed: Jun 2013

              Sea, Sky, Forest, Time

              5 of 5
              We chose Gerardine and Grady's place at Sheep Thief Gulch based on the photographs and description they'd posted. We were immediately drawn to the ocean view on the east side of the house, seen through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that run most of its length, and the beautiful kitchen. We loved our days on IaH: we spent hours on the house’s seaside deck, enjoying the coastal breeze, noting the busy comings and goings of songbirds, and watching the subtle changes of light on the water and clouds unfold over the course of the day and into the evening. If you hope to slow down and re-center yourself during your vacation, this is the place for you. Time feels qualitatively different on the island—two days into our stay we were reckoning it by the comings and goings of the tide. Other amenities rounded out the pleasures of staying in this very special place. The house is a five-minute walk from crystal-clear Long Pond, which offers freshwater swimming out to a small float, or wading from a beach. The house is close to the many trails that will lead you into the National Park—they'll take you through the serenity of mossy forests, to the shore, and back again. Couple these atmospherics with an unbelievably well-equipped and thoughtfully laid out cook's kitchen (6-burner Wolf stove and any appliance, pot, or utensil you might desire; Aerolatte frother for your morning latte, anyone?), and you have everything you need to tend to yourself, body and soul. A couple of us in our group, serious cooks (and the rest, serious eaters) spent goodly amounts of time cooking in the open kitchen, chatting with our friends while looking out at the ocean. (The on-site veggie garden yielded up fresh herbs and fresh lettuces, and we loved composting the remains of our delicious meals.) Be sure to make time to get into town to get to know some of the people. You'll have a window on a community where everyone trusts and depends on each other—including summer residents and renters—much more than you depend on your neighbors back home. If you leave the place on Sheep Thief Gulch without feeling entirely composed and relaxed, you are unquestionably beyond all hope.
              • Submitted: Sep 1, 2013
              • Stayed: Jul 2013

              One of the most beautiful places I've ever stayed

              5 of 5
              This place was so gorgeous and had everything we needed. The space was clean, peaceful and the owner was so kind. The island itself is so special and this was the perfect place to come home to at the end of the day! I would HIGHLY recommend this space to anyone and I am so grateful to have been able to stay here, hopefully to return.
              • Submitted: Aug 3, 2013
              • Stayed: Jul 2013