St. Martins Cottage Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, sleeps 6, half bath in one bedroom, 4 pc bathroom plus washer/dry
'Seasong Cottage' is a 3 bedroom tastefully decorated retreat with privacy, quiet and an exhilarating ocean view. In July of 2014 we completed a large expansion and renovation of the original cottage. In the pastures below our miniature horses graze and play. Hosts Kathi and Jim are both artists and their work is displayed at their shop at the harbor wharf,'Salty Dog Arts'. Kathi operates an organic market garden where guests can shop for the freshest in vegetables and berries, eggs from free range hens, and the most delicious jams and jellies.The footpath to the beach is a short hike straight across from the cottage or alternately a drive less than a mile to the dead end of the lane.
Seasong is a half-hour drive from the St John airport and 5 minutes out of the Village of St Martins. In the village are twin covered bridges spanning an active fishing harbor, lighthouses, famous sea caves, a shipbuilding museum, sea kayaking and great seafood, family and fine dining, and a busy sunday afternoon Farmer's Market. The nearby Fundy Trail offers world-class hiking/biking along the coastline where you'll witness the ebb and flow of the world's highest tides.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Kathryn Dunphy
Kathi Dunphy is a watercolor painter , woodworker, and builder, gardener, and community and school volunteer. Husband Jim Walsh is a pen & Ink artist who operates their shop 'Salty Dog Arts' at the St Martins harbor wharf. Jim sells lobsters for the fisherman and will let the kids play with them. Great kodak moments !
Why Kathryn Dunphy chose St. Martins
Peace, quiet, serenity, and a fabulous roomy cottage with exhilarating view.
Guestbook comments from the owner
What an enchanting pieceof our beautiful blue-green planet. The white caps of the bay,the sounds of the ocean, the beautiful night sky, the view from the suspension bridge on the Fundy Trail and the hump back whales from our catamaran in St Andrews. The exquisite cuisine at the Weslan Inn and the warm hospitality of the village all made the stay in this lovely cottage a welcome respite. 100,000 thank yous!