Thoughtfully furnished with everything you'll need for making blueberry muffins or steaming lobster, eating in or ordering takeout; there are duvets on each bed for chilly nights, comfortable chairs, a deck with a 180-degree view over Passamaquoddy Bay, a gas grill and patio furniture.
Nine energetic women came together to purchase and renovate this historic 1887 property, opening for business less than a year after acquiring the property. They have a gallery of art by local artists and artisans on the first floor. In 2008, Yankee Magazine designated The Commons as one of their Editor's Choice picks, calling us 'a destination gallery.'
Nancy Asante purchased this condo in 2003
We wanted to keep the building in local, caring hands.
Sitting on the deck of your rental condo is like being on the prow of a ship that's not moving. You have an uninterrupted view of the Bay, its gulls and whales and its glorious sunrises over the Canadian island of Campobello.When you turn in the other direction, you're in Eastport's walkable Historic District with shops, galleries, restaurants and library just steps away.
In addition to cycling or walking, you could go kayaking on the Bay, or hiking in Shackford Head State Park.