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Stockton Springs Near The Ocean(4)

4 Results
$130 - $150
per night
2 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
2 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
4 - 7 night minimum stay
(10)
  • 5 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 22
3 night minimum stay
(9)
$179 - $250
per night
2 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
2 - 7 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
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Recent Stockton Springs Reviews

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

Delightful in every way

5 of 5
First of all, the location of the cottage was perfect for local antiquing and sightseeing, and near connector roads for day trips to Bangor and Waterville. And the stars! It's far enough off the beaten path that there is minimal light pollution, and you can see the entire Milky Way at night. The owner thought of all the little details most property owners forget, was easy and pleasant to communicate with, and was prompt in refunding the security deposit. If I had to object to anything, it would be coming down the steps from the 2nd floor bedroom. If it were my cottage, I'd carpet the steps. But hey -- Mainers are used to coming down steep spiral staircases in lighthouses (sorry for the stereotype!), and as picky as I am about vacation properties I rent, if this is my only objection, then this delightful cottage gets a well-deserved 5 stars! Next time I'm in Maine, I will unquestionably want to stay here again.
  • Submitted: Sep 25, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

Cozy Home in a Gorgeous, Peaceful Setting

5 of 5
My extended family and I rented the cottage at Sandy Point for one week in early June. We were there to celebrate my mom's 80th birthday and she was thrilled with the home and the area around it. It is hard to imagine a better trip for her big event. The home is even better than described on the website and the pictures of the exterior and the surrounding grounds do not reflect just how pretty it is. The cottage is comfortable and cozy while still giving people plenty of room to have their own space. We found the home very well appointed with pretty much everything we needed during our stay. Nearby Belfast is scenic and charming and has a nice small-town feel, while still offering some of the conveniences of a bigger city. Lobster lovers may want to check out Youngs Lobster Pound, which provides fresh lobster at what seemed to us like great prices. Diners can eat in (the night we were there a group had red checkered table cloths and candles set up on a couple of the indoor picnic tables) or order for take out. We also enjoyed a great lunch at Darby's. We found that the location of the cottage is convenient to a number of interesting tourist sites, including; Acadia National Park (1 hour drive), Fort Knox (not that Fort Knox, but only 10 minutes drive and well worth a trip to explore) and Camden (50 minutes drive). We even visited a couple of Maine wineries, with Cellardoor Winery (about 50 minute drive) impressing us with its dry (really) blueberry wine and a nice version of a GSM blend. The area surrounding the cottage is very peaceful and serene. In fact the nights were so quiet that it took some getting used to for a few in our group (folks who thought they lived in quiet suburban areas). People who enjoy walking can walk for miles on the nearby beaches and there are also a few trails nearby. The Cottage is a great choice for families and friends who want to reconnect in beautiful, quiet surroundings, whille still having the convenient option of leaving to explore all that Maine has to offer.
  • Submitted: Jul 2, 2012
  • Stayed: Jun 2012