Port Clyde Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 3 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
NOTE: SEE A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION AND MANY MORE PHOTOS AT THE WEB SITE LINKED BELOW.
Beautiful ocean view cottage on over an acre of land across a small country road from the Drift Inn Beach - sandy and good swimming. Sweeping views to the south out to Brothers Island and the open Atlantic. Front yard graced with maples, fragrant firs, and a path that winds to the beach only 150 feet away.
10-15 minute walk into Port Clyde's restaurants and galleries (less than a mile). Buy your lobsters directly from the lobstermen themselves. Ferry to Monhegan Island (departing from Port Clyde) makes a great day trip.
Built in 2000, Drift Inn Cottage is a cedar-shingled house. Interior is sunny and light, crafted from wood throughout, with contemporary furnishings. Front porch with deck chairs and Atlantic views. Play croquet on our seaview lawn or bocce in our woodland glade. Enjoy a game of ping pong in our separate game room.
Enter from the back of the house into open great room with beechwood floors and ocean views. Well-equipped kitchen off entry door. Small sea view 'relaxing' nook to left of great room. First-floor bedroom with Queen bed and full bath (T/S).
Up the carpeted stairway to master (King-size) and luxury bath with tiled shower. Small 'morning' balcony and computer nook with internet access. Go up a few steps to the sea view cupola/study with a desk and a futon. This is good sleeping for anyone who wants to be lulled to sleep by the sound of lapping waves. Note: no door on cupola, therefore, not an enclosed room.
Included is a separate 14x20 rustic bunk house with an ocean view, a wood stove and twin beds. Kids love it!
Keywords: Seaside Cottage
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
About Marnie Dean
The first moment we walked into Drift Inn Cottage we fell in love!
We were renters ourselves for several years and are now very excited to own this special property. My husband vacationed on the St. George peninsula growing up. As a TV reporter, I've done many fishing stories in Port Clyde over the years and always felt a strong connection to this lovely Maine village. Our
two daughters love the time we spend at Drift Inn Cottage and
we've already created many special family memories and look
forward to many more as our girls grow up.
Marnie Dean purchased this cottage in 2014
Why Marnie Dean chose Port Clyde
I remember the exact moment I walked through the door to
Drift Inn Cottage. I was immediately greeted with a sweeping ocean view and the smell of the salt air. The look and feel of
the cottage was so welcoming and all of us felt like we were home.
What makes this cottage unique
There is something so decadent about being able to take your morning cup of coffee and simply walk a few steps to a sandy beach and watch the sun rise over the ocean. A bit longer walk takes you to one of Maine's most beautiful lighthouses (remember Forrest Gump running across the country? He ends his run at Marshall Point Lighthouse!) or go right and you will find yourself at Village Ice Cream enjoying a scoop of their amazing blueberry pie ice cream. It's truly the best of all Maine has to offer in one place.