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MidCoast and Penobscot Bay Barns or Hotels(4)

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3 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
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2 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
$250
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3 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 4
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Recent MidCoast and Penobscot Bay Reviews

A Quiet Place for an Off-Season Getaway

5 of 5
We were warmly greeted by Nicole and Rich when we arrived, and they assured us they'd get us anything we needed, and they did. The Sail Loft is spacious (we were two for part of the week, one for the balance) and the pullout sofa pretty comfortable. We found the kitchen had everything we needed, the whole place was spotless, and there was ample closet space. Access to the shoreline (I wouldn't call it a beach) was a bit dicey, as rain left the path soggy, but the beach was not a priority for me anyway. The location was perfect for the ferry to Monhegan Island and trips to Rockland, Rockport and Camden, where there are a variety of restaurants, shops, galleries and museums. Dining in Port Clyde is fairly limited to fried seafood, chowder and lobster; but the seafood is impeccably fresh. We appreciated the WIFI. I would definitely recommend the Sail Loft; it was exactly as advertised.
  • Submitted: Sep 17, 2013
  • Stayed: Sep 2013

Vacation Bliss

5 of 5
Imagine curling up on a nice, big, soft, cozy sofa looking out a HUGE picture window watching the big white puffy clouds floating across the bright blue sky over Penobscot Bay where all shapes and sizes of boats and ships ply the waters. Select a book from the extensive library, watch the birds and wildlife around the pond, or work on your favorite project or hobby in the comfort of the expansive Great Room. You'll find all the comforts of home in the unique quaint setting yet convenient to restaurants: "cheap and cheerful" to elegant dining to fast food or take out. Prefer to cook at home?? there are plenty of cooking utensils and nearby farmer's markets, produce stands, lobster outlets, groceries whatever you could need or want. Just a short drive (or walk) north is Lincolnville Beach with lovely Camden Harbor a few miles south. There are concerts, lectures,book reviews, wineries, antiqueing, shopping, hiking, boating, storytelling,: endless possibilities. We were there in the summer, but I can just imagine the wonders of autumn, winter, or spring in the Lovely Windjammer Barn where your hosts are friendly and full of information and suggestions to make your vacation personal and memorable. We spent August 2008 there and loved it.
  • Submitted: Nov 12, 2008
  • Stayed: Aug 2008