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Westport Island River(4)

4 Results
$150 - $200
per night
4 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 - 7 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 5
3 night minimum stay
(6)
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
7 night minimum stay
(22)
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 7
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Recent Westport Island Reviews

PERFECT IN EVERY WAY for nature loving family with teenage daughter and grandmother

5 of 5
We've been to Maine with VRBO before but this will be our go-to from now on! This home was set in the perfect natural environment - you felt like you are really away from it all! On the water with so many acres, we weren't crowded by neighbors and the landscaping so carefully incorporated Maine's natural bounty with accessibilty that young and old alike could explore, relax, and unwind! Both wild and culivated blueberry bushes were a real treat! The design and decoration of the house were flawless! Pocket doors, accessible bathrooms, open-space living area with cozy reading spots - all made us feel comfortable at once - plenty of room to share but enough places for privacy without being entirely removed from the rest of the group. Completely conducive to a rewarding and easy mixed-group vacation spot. All furnishings in the house were just as carefully selected - most done by local craftspeople and artisans - a welcome change from your typcial rental where the owner offloads junk from their attic. No detail was overlooked - from the quality bedding and towels to the roll up screens in the windows and luxe appliances - would gladly stay here again and again. We would have been perfectly content to stay here all day - but neary excursions were unforgettable. Don't miss Reid State Park, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, antique shopping in Wiscasset, or whale watching in Boothbay! Maybe my favorite time was on the river in the early morning calm with my daughter and being surrounded by shy but curious seals - surfacing and diving - snorting their hellos. Cooking-in was fun but exploring local eateries was a great time too! I'm not sure which of the local lobster eateries was the best, but we had fun trying to decide. Ships Chow Hall is not to be missed - prepared from scratch by friendly owner and staff - loved the patty melts and fries! We were fortunate to notice a sign for a fish chowder supper at Trinity Episcopal Church in Wiscasset - those ladies know Chowder! Don't miss a trip to Five Islands Lobster Company for their fried haddock. Also stopped by Micucci's Italian Grocery in Portland on the way in for anti-pasti and not-to-be-missed pizza kits for the week! This home is close enough to where you want to go, but far enough that you can really get away from it all - Perfect in Every Way! My only regret aside from not being able to stay longer - is that we only got to see it in the Summer and couldn't use the gorgeous fireplace!!
  • Submitted: Dec 14, 2014
  • Stayed: Aug 2014

Beautifully maintained, all details provided. WOW!

5 of 5
We stayed Sat. to Fri. It snowed Wed. creating a fantastic Currier&Ives feeling. The cottage had every amenity needed for comfortable living. Warm and really quiet. It's better than the listing description. The friendly and personable owners, Roni & Mario will become your newest "Old Friends." Real class! You must eat at the Inn.Their kitchen is gourmet. Many items grown in their own or their son's organic garden. Delicious! I think Chefs Mario & Lara's kitchen should be starred by "Michlin". Highly recommended to ALL. BRAVO!
  • Submitted: Dec 2, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

Splendid Seclusion, Easy Access to Midcoast

5 of 5
Perched above the shoreline of the Sheepscot River, this inviting heirloom cottage offers seclusion for those who value it. You'll hear water lapping the pilings beneath the floorboards and sea lions roaring as they bask on a rocky ledge exposed by the receding tide. The magnificent cottage view takes in a sweeping expanse of shoreline and a forested river bank on the opposite side. The travel of the sun, the sweeping cloud covers, and morning mist continuously alter the light and shadow throughout the day. The rapidly changing tides redraw the curves of the shoreline hourly. After sunset, a pulsing light house beacon can be spotted downriver where the Sheepscot and the Atlantic meet. My wife and I have been visiting this jewel of a cottage for 25 years (we were married on the front deck). Although there are many engaging Midcoast activities and landmark destinations to enjoy on day excursions, we have at times passed our entire vacation savoring the cottage and its surroundings with only a grocery-store run to remind us of civilization. We highly recommend this unique cottage, its dazzling waterfront site and many acres of pristine forest, its easy access to Route One and the Midcoast, and its friendly and helpful owners.
  • Submitted: May 12, 2009
  • Stayed: May 2009