New Harbor Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-3)
Perched above the surf of the famous Chamberlain shoreline, this cottage promises a cozy retreat at one of the prettiest stretches of coastline in Maine. Filled with the echoes of days gone by, this cottage has aged gracefully to a warm mellow glow and offers the updates visitors request. Comfortable furnishings, antiques, stunning views to Monhegan and other pristine islands, a large multilevel deck and an updated kitchen all promise your vacation enjoyment. Located near the Rachel Carson Saltpond Preserve, the Long Cove beach, and New Harbor. close to all Pemaquid attractions. The single bedroom has 2 twin beds. There is also a sleep sofa in the living area.
Keywords: antique, cabin, cottage, comfortable, summer, family, fun, ocean, seaside, beach, restful, relaxing, deck, breezes, island views
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
My family has been vacationing in this spot for 50 years. My parents had rented this cottage for many years. When it came on the market in 1987, my husband and I bought it, and we continued a multigenerational tradition of family fun on the coast of Maine. It has been a magnet for our family and friends of all ages who just love it here.
The Owner purchased this cottage in 1987
Why The Owner chose New Harbor
Love this area!!! Maine's rugged coast is spectacularly beautiful. The perfect spot for a restful getaway.
What makes this cottage unique
Our cottage is located in the village of Chamberlain on State Route 32, between New Harbor and Long Cove. Downeast Magazine has described this short stretch of road as "quintessential Maine Coast". A short walk will bring you to many fun activities. Walk over to the Salt Pond tidal pool just a few hundred yards south and sit on the rocks or take a cool dip in the "pond". Kids of all ages will have a blast! Walk a 1/4 mile further south to the working harbor, and eat a lobster or take a boat cruise. Or walk about 1/4 mile to the north to see Long Cove and the pleasure boats moored there. The pocket sandy beach at Long Cove is another great place for a dip or a float in the calm waters. It is also a nice landing for your kayak. Come back after your adventure and relax on the deck, hear the pounding surf and smell the fresh salt air, with miles of ocean view filling your eyes and your heart.