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Stockton Springs Vacation Rentals(3)

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  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
4 - 7 night min stay
$214 - $250
per night
3 - 7 night min stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
3 - 7 night min stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
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Recent Stockton Springs Reviews

Peace and quiet, fresh air, the beauty of nature!

5 of 5
Aahhhh! We enjoyed peace and quiet, fresh air, and the beauty of nature. The fall foliage colors were evident from all windows, and especially from the large, wrap around deck where I sipped my morning coffee as the mist rose off the river. The beautiful home was exceedingly well-maintained and clean, with all the amenities we needed, and spacious enough for our large family (5 kids). There were plenty of places to walk and explore, from the house and within easy driving distance. We climbed Mt. Megunticook, and visited nearby beaches. We loved our stay, and would highly recommend this comfortable home to other families.
  • Submitted: Oct 20, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

Every Leaf was a Flower

5 of 5
Our first trip to Maine and as a bonus, Autumn. Due to airline issues we arrived the first night well after dark so it was not possible to view the harbor or the area. As the sun came up our first morning we were blessed with an artist’s palette. The tide filled the harbor; the colors of the trees brightened the landscape; the beauty that was to be ours for a week role out before our eyes. Stockton Springs was a great location for our adventures, since we wished to explore both North and South. Acadia to Owl’s Head was our wonderland. Oceans, harbors, colors, lighthouses, sailboats, bridges, forts, food, towns, shopping, trains; so much to do so little time! The cottage was everything we expected; well equipped, private, comfortable, warm and inviting. Our only regret is that we spent so much time enjoying the area the time at the cottage was limited to sleeping and breakfast. The memories of the cottage, the area and the fun of an extended family coming together in a warn environment will last a lifetime.
  • Submitted: Oct 12, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

A bit of heaven on a sunny deck

5 of 5
Eighteen years ago we stayed at this home, before the internet. I was amazed we could find it again. It says something that we wanted to stay again. Suzie has made some great improvements...added a third bedroom and bath, increased the size of the deck by more than 200%, created a sun room from a screened porch, and added a huge garden and back landscaping. Sitting on the deck in the early morning with a cup of coffee while I watched the lobstermen lay or check traps was a bit of heaven. Suzie's garden was an added benefit. We picked and enjoyed ripe tomatoes, cucumbers, kale, dill, raspberries, and blackberries, even made a blackberry syrup for pancakes one morning. The home was clean with sufficient linens, towels, and kitchen equipment including lobster pots which we used twice while we were there for two weeks. The home is located down a quiet, dead end street within easy walking distance of a lighthouse, beach and pier, and Ft. Point Park. The house is surrounded by trees, brush, and other million dollar homes...a truly beautiful setting with an unobstructed view of the bay. During our stay we were visited by seals, osprey, loons, ducks, lobster boats, tankers and tugs...all a short distance from the edge of the bank. The home is located in a little community away from the crowds you find in Bar Harbor and Camden. However, we had easy access to Belfast, Searsport, Stockton Springs and its harbor, Deer Isle, Stonington, Castine, Ft. Knox at Bucksport, Blue Hill, Rockport and Rockland. Belfast, a short 15 miles away, has all you'd need...a great supermarket, bakery, shops, restaurants, a brewery, and a harbor view...a perfect place. Susie was more than accommodating. When I told her the dvd wouldn't work, she bought a new flat screen tv with a built in dvd player. Problem solved. It appears that Susie lives in the house during the off season. If I changed anything, I'd toss lots of the old papers and things stored in closets and under the cabinets. I'd also change the cabinets in the kitchen. The glass doors scared me every time they banged shut when I wasn't careful. I'd recommend this home for anyone wanting a truer Maine experience away from the tourist crowds. It's a lovely spot, and I'd go there every summer if I could.
  • Submitted: Aug 27, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014