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MidCoast and Penobscot Bay Castles or Farmhouses(17)

17 Results
$200 - $265
per night
3 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
3 - 7 night minimum stay
(3)
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 5
(3)
  • 5 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
2 night minimum stay
(7)
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
(11)
  • 5 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 9
7 night minimum stay
  • 6 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 11
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
  • 4 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
2 night minimum stay
(4)
$900
per week
7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 5
7 night minimum stay
(12)
  • 4 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 9
7 night minimum stay
(4)
  • 4 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
(4)
$1,080 - $1,296
per week
7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
7 night minimum stay
(8)
  • 7 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 16
7 night minimum stay
1 Review
  • 7 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 18
7 night minimum stay
$62 - $300
per night
2 - 30 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
2 - 30 night minimum stay
1 Review
  • 7 BR,
  • 6 BA,
  • Sleeps 13
  • 4 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
 

Recent MidCoast and Penobscot Bay Reviews

great place for a family gathering

5 of 5
The lone Elm farm was great. Awesome view. The house was clean and worked well. Sheets where very nice and pay it forward attitude made everything so relaxing. no trips to the grocery store for salt or a stew pot everything you needed was right there. we loved the mowed trails out to the lookout and the 7 foot wide stone wall was beautiful. Because their is a barn that is attached you get a history lesson just walking about. The barn has been kept in its working set up and the inside grain silo and hay elevator give you the opportunity to imagine the past; see the dust and heat of the harvest and hear the grain coming down into the bucket. Beautiful example of living in New England 100 years ago, but you still get wifi and a flat screen if you like:)
  • Submitted: Sep 24, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014