Newcastle Cottage Rental Photos and Description
2BR w/Loft, 1 Bath
Damariscotta Lake retreat at the South basin of the lake. Upper level living space with picturesque views overlooking the water toward Bryant Island with miles of lake to enjoy boating, waterski, fishing, canoeing, kayaks, swimming and more. Full walk out basement with ping pong and games. Relax on the large outdoor deck to the quiet. Large grass lawn for outdoor play. Relax, sun, fish, or swim off the private dock. Public boat ramp 2 miles from cottage. ONLY a ten minute drive to all amenities of thriving downtown Damariscotta. Less than 20-30 minutes to all Coastal activities in Boothbay Harbor, Pemaquid, Rockport or Camden. Outstanding summer retreat offering endless outdoor activity. Enjoy great food from roadside 'lobstah' rolls to fine dining and appreciate the theater, music and arts of Damariscotta. There is ALWAYS something to do. Please Call or Email for Availability.
PLEASE NOTE THE MAP ON THIS WEBSITE HAS THE LOCATION COMPLETELY ON THE WRONG SIDE OF THE LAKE AND TOO FAR NORTH. WE ARE JUST NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTE 215 AND ROUTE 213 OFF OF MILLIKEN ISLAND ROAD
Things to prepare for trip: Obtain fishing license online at Maine state website
Arrange additional canoe/kayak rental and delivery. Call for details
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- children welcome
We purchased this property for the opportunity to experience all the lake has to offer year round. We had a three season camp we used in the summer and just felt it wasn't time to pack it up in October with the nice weather that still pops up in Novemeber and December and the fact there are still so many things to do in the winter such as ice fishing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing and sledding.
The benefits of this property is that while you feel a world away from everything and there is so much privacy and quiet time, you are 10 minutes from town and all the conveniences. It is also always amazing to me how there are many little cottages on the water of this lake, yet I can spend a whole day on the dock or swimming and barely ever see another person. It feels as if you own the whole thing to yourself.