Spruce Lane cottage is the perfect home base for exploring mid-coast Maine. Situated in Tenants Harbor, the cottage is within walking distance to our shorefront access, suitable for launching kayaks & canoes.
4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (the second bath has no shower) make the 2-story cottage ideal for families or groups of friends. 3 bedrooms have queen beds; the other has 2 twin beds. Enjoy social evenings on the deck, where you can dazzle everyone with your culinary skills in our galley kitchen. For cooler nights, relax in front of the fireplace. The cottage also has broadband Internet access & Wi-Fi,, cable TV, & a DVD player.
Besides watersports & other outdoor activities, you’ll find entertainment and great cuisine in the nearby towns. At low tide, pack a lunch and take the kids to the silvery sands at Drift In Beach 4 miles away. Fish on the public dock, visit one of the many picturesque lighthouses in the area, or enjoy a day investigating art galleries & museums. The whole r
Enjoy a bite to eat dockside and explore the village before continuing on your way.
Would you rather take a scenic stroll or go for a short drive?
Head toward the village and enjoy the water view along the way. Smell the salt air. Drop by the bakery for a breakfast croissant. Pick up a book to read at Jackson Memorial Library which also has WiFi. Continue on to Granite Gardens for a cup of coffee in a peaceful setting. A rustic or refined lunch or dinner can be had in either local restaurants or in those a short drive away.
Do you want to go to the beach?
Drift-In Beach is a beautiful sandy beach at low tide. It is located on the road to Port Clyde ~ 4 miles away. Bring the kids. Take a picnic lunch. Have a great day!
Are you interested in other other activities?
Drive north and explore the shops in Rockland, experience the beauty of Rockport or drive a little farther to Camden. There, drive, climb or mountain bike to the top of Mt. Battie.
Delight in the view of Camden and the offshore islands. Picnic areas are located at the base of the mountain. Browse the shops as you walk around Camden Village or purchase a 2-4 hour cruise of Penobscot Bay on one of the schooners located in Camden Harbor. Or drive south on Route 1 into Thomaston and visit the Prison Store. Most visitors who are aware of the store, stop and look at the lovely handcrafted items in the store, from beds and bureaus to whimsical fancies.
Another great daytrip can be had by booking passage on the ferry from Port Clyde for a trip to Monhegan Island. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the scenic views as you hike around the island before returning to the mainland the same day.
Lighthouses an interest?
There is the Marshall Point Light house on the way to Port Clyde a few miles down the road and the Owls Head Light a little farther in the other direction. The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is about 12 miles away in the Town of Rockland off of Route 1.
All up and down the coast there are light houses to visit.
A multiplex movie theater is located in Thomaston about 10 miles away on Route 1. A public golf course is located in Rockland. Enjoy shopping, antiquing and visiting the art galleries and museums in the surrounding areas. Most of all enjoy the seafood at the many restaurants along the Route,
stop and pick up some fresh Maine seafood to prepare at the cottage. After dinner, relax on the deck and enjoy the onshore breeze with its invigorating salt air as you watch the sun set, or sit in front of a crackling fire and read a good book, play a board game or watch TV. Our family has summered in this cottage every year. It is a great place to enjoy the simple pleasures of Mid-Coast Maine.