|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Harborview is located in the heart of the village with views of the harbor. Sunny third floor one bedroom that has been newly painted. One bedroom with Queen size bed and futon in the living room. Fully equipped kitchen. Full bath with tub/shower. Cable TV, wireless internet, washer/dryer. Linens and towels provided. Parking space provided off premise. Step out the door to shopping, restaurants, trolley rides, whale watch excursions and more. If the calendar is full ask about Starfish which is below on the second floor and also a one bedroom apartment with the same view.
Owners own and operate The Smiling Cow and Gimbel & Sons Country Store across the street from the apartment building. We are here to help make your vacation a pleasant and memorable occasion.
Dianne Gimbel purchased this apartment in 1976
The Gimbel Block, formerly the Patton Block, has been in our family since the 1970's. We have two retail stores and a Chamber of Commerce information center in the street level. Boothbay Harbor has been a summer home to our families for generations and has been our permanent home since 1980.
The location is convenient to all the village activities.
For over a century the Boothbay Harbor region has been a favorite destination of travelers longing to relax and enjoy the 'rock bound coast of Maine' from land and sea. With its 'snug as a booth' harbor, long peninsula, and numerous islands, the region is renowned for its natural beauty and boating pleasures. A bustling place, Boothbay Harbor retains all the charm and rich heritage of a maritime New England village – white clapboard homes, numerous specialty shops, galleries, boat yards and marinas dot the Harbor's rocky shoreline.
Boothbay Harbor boasts the largest fleet of excursion boats on the coast for viewing lighthouses, seals, islands, whales, puffins, and the spectacular foliage in fall. Deep-sea fishing cruises for cod, mackerel, tuna, haddock, and striped bass leave daily for full and half-day trips. Boothbay Harbor's fine marinas and fishing facilities are well known to yachtsmen cruising the Maine coast. Seafood is the dining specialty – clams, scallops, shrimp and the king of them all LOBSTER. It is also the home of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens a must-do when visiting the harbor.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes||$150 per night/$700 per week|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.