Georgetown Cottage Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, plus day bed in sun room, one bath, sleeps 7
Nestled in the pristine pines of Sagadahoc Bay, this cozy cottage offers a relaxing and private 5 acre retreat. Comfortably furnished with all the amenities of home. Enjoy the scenic beauty of nature with rock formations, wildflowers, and birds from the spacious sun room furnished in comfortable wicker. Enjoy coffee in the morning or relax late afternoon on the large deck after a day at the beach. Great yard for children or pets. Walk or ride your bike 1/4 mile to Sagadahoc Bay for swimming, sunbathing, and kayaking. Enjoy the sandy flats when the tide is out to look for sea glass & small crustaceans in tidal pools or dig your own clams. Discover Reid, the second most visited park in the state of Maine and only a ten minute drive away. Reid offers miles of sandy beaches, rolling dunes, a tidal lagoon for young children, and great surf casting for striped bass & blue fish. During your stay a family pass is provided to Reid. Enjoy numerous nature preserves for walking and hiking.
Sagadahoc Bay: After a peaceful walk only a quarter of a mile down the road you will find the wonderful protective bay, creating a safe and enjoyable environment for swimming and kayaking. When the tide is out activities include long walks exploring the many inlets, wading through tidal pools, collecting sea glass and shells, and clamming. After dinner walk down to the bay to enjoy stunning sunsets. Kayaks, day-pass clamming licenses, and wifi internet are available for rent through Sagadahoc Bay Campground.
Outdoor Activities: Georgetown Island offers multiple nature preserves with walking and hiking trails for outdoor enthusiasts of varying levels. The Webber-Kelly Preserve is within a 1/4 of a mile walking distance from the cottage. Other preserves include Josephine Newman, an Audubon sanctuary, and Higgens Mountain for a more challenging hike.
Reid State Park: Boasting sandy beaches, inlcuding both a mile and a half mile long beach (rare on the Maine coast), a natural inlet which provides a warmer, sheltered area for children to swim, large sand dunes, stunning rock formations to climb and relax on, and beautiful vistas. Climb to the the top of Griffith Rock to enjoy a panoramic view including lighthouses such as Seguin Island light. When not relaxing on the beaches, enjoy hiking trails, picnicking, bird watching, and fishing. All of your needs are met to spend the day with a bath house, picnic tables and grills to enjoy cooking out, and a concession stand. A free family pass is provided with the cottage for the duration of your stay. This pass is also valid for other Maine State Parks and historic sites.
- pets considered
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome