|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This spacious and charming cottage sits at the head of a cove where the St George River meets Muscongus Bay. You'll enjoy a large lawn extending to the water's edge with a tidal dock and gorgeous westerly sunset views. Inside you'll find a large, open living room/dining room/kitchen and lots of cozy chairs for reading, boat watching and relaxing. Also, one bedroom and bath downstairs, two large bedrooms and sitting/play area upstairs. The place has an old time cottage feel but since its newer, without the old time problems. Relax on the covered porch, the adirondacks on the lawn, or the hammock at the shore and enjoy the view!
St. George Peninsula: The St. George peninsula is a part of coastal maine which is convenient yet still away from it all. The town is made up of a handful of separate villages which are picturesque and show the real beauty of the mid-coast. Working the water is still a primary living for many in town and the abundance of fresh seafood shows it. A day trip to Monhegan will provide an unforgetable memory. Come and enjoy!
Prior to having a guest book I got this e-mail last summer. Hi Bill and Molly, Just came back from our week at your place and we loved it! It's a great place and perfect for us. We are interested in renting again next year, possibly for two weeks. Thanks again for the wonderful vacation home. Anne
The cottage is absolutely charming, the sunsets are front and center. We were able to bring our dog and had several guests join us over the 2 week period. There is much to do in the area but our guests asked to stay in and just relax. I love the rustic outdoor shower, others chose to use the indoor facilities. We visited Monhegan, shopped in Port Clyde and elsewhere, went to several restaurants, fancy and plain, there is a wonderful beach nearby not to mention the lighthouse, and Rockland is my favorite Maine almost-city. Don't miss the Farnsworth Museum, even if you don't get a rainy day. Getting into the water from the dock in front of the cottage is not as easy as you might want, you must watch the tide and plan accordingly. I love this part of Maine and haven't found a place to stay that is better. I am dreaming of returning soon.
The cottage on "the cove" was the perfect setting for a September week on the coast of Maine. Everything was as advertised and our hosts were accommodating to our needs. We look forward to the opportunity to enjoy this setting again in the future. Thank you Bill and Molly!
This home is such a unique and beautiful retreat, open and airy in concept yet tastefully decorated, offering privacy and serenty but surrounded by so much to do and explore. We enjoyed quiet evenings at home appreciating the well-appointed kitchen and waterfront fire circle after days of exploring Monhegan Island, Rockland and state parks, or splashing at Drift-in beach. My two sons had the best time running aroung the spacious lawn and searching for crabs at low tide, and swimming off the dock. Definitely bring your binoculars for bird watching! Lastly, this is a spectacular spot from which to enjoy the sunset, which became our we daily ritual. Thank you so much, we will be back!
Laura (and Nick and Luke)
Dear Bill and Molly,
We just returned from a week stay (one week too short we've decided) at your cottage in Port Clyde. We thoroughly enjoyed every single minute, from the moment we walked into the door and felt the openness of the place and immediately viewed the ocean out of the back windows. We hadn't heard very much about Port Clyde or about the St. George area in general so this has opened up a whole new world to us. My parents joined us for a few days at the end of our stay and loved it just as much as we did. There seemed to be a lot to do in the area, but it was hard for us to get motivated to leave the cottage! My husband and I sat outside on the lawn watching sail & lobster boats go by, sat inside reading and watching the sun set, and took our baby boy to the Drift Inn Beach, a very picturesque spot, so he could dip his toes into the ocean for the first time. Just as you described, we found the The Dip Net restaurant on the wharf to be a fun, casual place to eat on the water and as an artist I enjoyed going to a few local openings -- there was plenty of variety. We really appreciated the care you have taken to decorate your place and make it feel so warm and inviting. It is obvious that this is a cottage that is well loved and we wanted to thank you for sharing it with other people.
Caroline, Mike and Eli Saganich
Loved your cottage and all the thoughtful touches you provided. Family and friends loved it as we came up from texas to find relief from the heat. We all love the Port Clyde area and will definitely return. Its a good mix of quiet cove days and art, history and nature extursions. We made a point of eating a lobster a day and then would go over and hike around Monhegon Island to work it off. Your place is a gem to be enjoyed. Thanks
we had a wonderful family vacation... it was very relaxing! We enjoyed the cottage
and the location. The sunsets were beautiful...there were a few chilly mornings or evenings in which we fired up the stove for a little while. We enjoyed the games and the puzzles, too. The maps of the area and ideas of things to do were helpful, too.
our only disappointment, and nothing to do with the cottage, was that we didn't feel we could ride our bikes on the local roads with the dog and kids due to the narrow roads and the speed at which the local drivers were driving. but, we did manage to get out on the dirt roads
in the area.
This newer cottage, built to evoke a classic maine summer cottage, is located on an ocean cove where Muscongus Bay meets the the St. George River. This unique spot is ideal for kayaking and coastal exploring. Sit and enjoys the views to islands, boats and changing sunsets. You're also close(4 min. drive) to Port Clyde and Tenant's Harbor villages (restaurants, general store, galleries & ferry), beaches, walks and just 20 minutes to the shops, restaurants and museums in Rockland and Rockport. Ferry to Monhegan, lobsters in the rough, tennis and Marshall Point Lighthouse museum are just minutes away. Walk the shore at low tide or take a tour of the cove in the rowboat provided.
Other Activities: kayaking, boat watching, waterside hammock for reading and napping, rowboat (provided) outdoor games, tennis nearby, reading, puzzles, beach, gallery exploring and museums(Farnsworth Art and Lighthouse museums), Lobster, Maine Boats and Blues festivals in Rockland, weekly Owls Head Transportation museums car and flying shows
Golf: Driving range on the peninsula and golf in Rockland.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Spring & Fall
May 31 2015 - Jun 28 2015
Changeover Day: Sunday
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
Changeover Day: Sunday
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$200|
$1200 - 1600/week
$1,600/week July, August
Payment due upon reservation.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.