Georgetown Cottage Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, sleeps 6
This charming A-frame cottage is situated on a rocky peninsula, and provides 180 degree breathtaking views of the ocean from Reid State Park to Seguin Lighthouse. Relax to the sights of lobster boats pulling their traps, harbor seals playing in the water or surf pouring into the tidal pool in front of the cottage. The front deck overlooks a private beach, which is only a 5-minute walk away. The cottage has an open kitchen, dining, and living room area with a stone fireplace, wood stove, and many large windows. There is a fully equipped kitchen, a full bath with shower and washing machine, a master bedroom with queen size bed and two loft bedrooms with full size beds.
Family Get-Away: Relax and unwind at this oceanside cottage, located in this private community on the Maine coast. There is something for each and everyone. From sunbathing, swimming, kayaking, hiking and biking along the roads and trails, or exploring the wonders of the tidal pools. You will enjoy the spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean from the expansive beaches of Reid State Park to the North, to the famous Sequin Island Lighthouse to the South. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay and book a return visit year after year.
Rent deposit of $700 required to hold the reservation. It is retained as a security deposit during your stay and refunded in full if no damage is found following your rental. The rent amount is due in full 4 weeks prior to the arrival date.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
“Your view…how do you leave to go home? I sit at your kitchen table surrounded by high tide and gorgeous grey swells breaking in front of me. I feel as if I’m sitting in a watercolor painting looking across at the oyster colored rocks, the stand of pines, the curve of beach…truly lovely. We are charmed with the cottage. From the instant that we walked in we noticed the little details that speak volumes…the tree branch towel bars, the stone fireplace, the hidden air vents under the beams. We’d love to talk about returning.”