Lubec House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, sleeps 8 2 futons in 3rd floor
Number 3 Summer Getaway in Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-summer-getaways-2014-5?
Breathtaking, clifftop ocean front new home, with 3 outdoor decks, perched 60 feet above and looking out over Johnson Bay with 25 mile views towards New Brunswick, Canada. Enjoy the seclusion and quiet of your own peninsula with 3 way ocean views. A private stairway leads to gravel beach where you can witness the ebb and flow of the wondrous 20 plus foot tides ( highest in the U.S.) as you explore the shoreline and discover the hidden beaches tucked away against the granite and evergreen trees of the shoreline. Collect sea glass and shells, catch a sighting of a harbor seal, and watch sea gulls and bald eagles glide above the 250 meter wide deep water channel that separates you from bird sanctuary Roger's Island. This is a perfect retreat for writers, photographers,artists, musicians,( there is a Baldwin piano in the living room with a water view) ,families and anyone who seeks the privacy ,peace, and seclusion in a very pristine and beautiful setting.
Whale watching, hiking along spectacular ocean and forest trails in both U.S. and Canadian state and provincial parks and preserves , beachcombing, fishing, clamming, bicycling, kayaking, sailing,restaurants and pubs with evening entertainment, stargazing,SummerKeys adult music camp and concerts,lighthouse tours in Campobello Island, Canada and Quoddy Head State Park, Lubec, Maine, gift shopping and art galleries.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
We just want to thank you again for having the best house in Lubec. We had a wonderful week and your house was a wonderful place to come back to after a day of hiking and biking.
We spent most of our time along the bold coast doing hikes at: Hamilton Cove, Boot cove, Bog cove & Great Wass Island. We biked the sunrise trial from Machias to E. Machias. Great views of the Machias river….the path is a little tough with the larger rocks used to fill in the path … but we still got in 14 miles.
The weather was typical Maine weather…foggy or rainy on the morning … sunny on the afternoon. It all just adds to the charm of the place.
We had no issues at the house and hope there were no issues after we left. We are already planning for next year … maybe two weeks ?!?!?