The Winkle Cottage offers spectacular views of Cobscook Bay and Lubec from a large deck. You will hear nothing but the gulls at this peaceful cottage. Always an ocean breeze and smell of the bay! This cottage is new and fully furnished for your comfort and enjoyment. Modern kitchen, tiled bath with shower, queen bedroom with Tempurpedic mattress, HDTV, internet, gas grill, deck chairs. Walk to the rocky shore and enjoy beach-combing or clamming. Fully landscaped grounds. Large garden to provide guests with fresh vegetables and herbs when available.
Close to Eastport/Machias shops,restaurants and festivals. A short drive to Ellsworth and Acadia area. Half hour to Canada. Take local ferry to St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Lubec or Deer Island. Campobello and East Quoddy Head lighthouse a short drive. Take a boat ride to see the puffins on Machias Seal Island. Fresh water and salt water beaches close by at Roque Bluffs State Park. Local seafood is available down the road to either cook at home or eat out -fresh, fresh, fresh... lots of lobstah!
The rental is located on six beautiful acres overlooking Cobscook Bay. Any season at this cottage is spectacular! You can view Lubec from the spacious deck, 3 miles by sea. It is a most beautiful site at night! Lubec fireworks are visible in season from the deck, as well as the International Bridge and lighthouse on a clear day.
If you happen to visit when there is a full moon, it shines on the bay at night - spectacular! Eagles fly over the house with regularity as do other native birds. Campfires allowed, abundant fire wood.
This is first class rental property, furnished for your comfort and enjoyment!
Things to do:
Day trip to Campobello Island to visit the Roosevelt Estate and East Quoddy Head Lighthouse. Do you know you can see Eastport from the Roosevelt's beach on Campobelllo? You can view whales in the bay from East Quoddy Head Light in late summer. Fantastic picture opportunities! You will need your passport.
Downeast Birding Festival - last weekend in May. http://www.downeastbirdfest.org
Take a day trip to Cutler and take Captain Patterson's Boat to Machias Seal Island and see the puffins. You will need to book this trip ahead! http://www.boldcoast.com
Machias has their Blueberry Festival August 16-18th 2013. Festival is 30 minutes from this location. http://www.machiasblueberry.com
Fourth of July week in Eastport is not to be missed! This is a full week celebration with parades, crafts, boat rides and spectacular fire works.
Eastport has their community tag sale in during Salmon Festival - if you like tag sales, don't miss it!
Eastport Salmon and Seafood Festival is August 31-Sept. 1st featuring fresh seafood, crafts, artists. http://www.eastportsalmonfestival.com
Eastport Pirate Festival provides a variety of events for all ages. Dress like a pirate and board the boat to Lubec for a good old fashion pirate adventure! Pirate Ball and Parade. http://www.eastportpiratefestival.com
Lighthouse Day . At least a dozen lighthouses are within an hour or less from this property. We can hear the fog horn at West Quoddy Head!
Lubec- Summer Keys: Take the ferry to Lubec from the Eastport dock on Wednesday nights to hear the Summer Keys concerts. http://summerkeys.com
Lubec voted the best small town beach by Travel & Leisure Magazine.
Kayak rental within 2 miles of property offering pick up and delivery, life jackets, etc.
Lots of things to do this summer in this beautiful area!
Patricia is a member of the Eastport Area Chamber of Commerce.
It's beauty, privacy, peacefulness... a perfect spot!
Spectacular views of Cobscook Bay by day and shimmering moonlight on the bay at night. Wildlife abounds, eagles soar, gulls sing. Whales visit the channel. Clamming is the best in the area. Peace and quiet. Stargazing is amazing... come and visit! Get first hand knowledge of all of the areas activities!
New cottage overlooking Cobscook Bay and offering spectacular ocean views of Lubec and the islands. Watch the local fishermen in the bay. This cottage is very private and off the beaten path, yet close to many activities including numerous state parks, whale watching, sunset cruises, deep sea fishing and diving. Take a ferry to the islands, to Canada or to Lubec for the Summer Keys. The stargazing at this location is wonderful! Sunsets beautiful! Local entertainment and great restaurants, ice cream and fresh lobster a mile away. Quiet. Peaceful. An artists' delight. Clamming down the path is the best in the area. Sunrise Rails to Trails was voted by AMC Magazine as one of the top ten biking trails in the Northeast and has entrance points a few miles from this cottage. The trail goes along the coast for biking and walking. Historic Eastport is a just a short drive offering the opportunity of seeing a real working seaport boasting one of the deepest ports in all of the east coast. Local shops feature seaglass jewelry and local art, among many other interesting items made by local crafters and resident artists. Be sure to stop in to see Raye's Mustard, the oldest working mustard mill in the country. Hiking is wonderful in this area where you can visit West and East Quoddy Head Lights, Shackford Head Park and the Bold Coast trails for spectacular sites.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event||Minimum Stay|
May 24 2014 - Oct 25 2014
Changeover Day: Saturday
|Refundable damage deposit||$150.00|
|$150 refundable security deposit
$695.00 per week plus 8% tax.
Rental contract required. One half of total rental fee (which includes the 8% tax and $150.00 security) is due with your rental reservation. Balance of rental is due 60 days prior to stay. Bank Check only. No personal checks accepted.
|We have a no pet/ no smoking policy. We love pets! However, many guests also have allergies and to make Winkle comfortable for all who stay, we enforce a "no pets" policy. Thank you for your understanding!|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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