Surry House Rental Photos and Description
Maine Stay Cottage is located on Newbury Neck, a 6-7 mile slender peninsula jutting south from the township of Surry - situated between Union Bay to the east and Morgan and Blue Hill Bay to the west. With more than 70 acres, Maine Stay Cottage is one of the few properties that run the full breath of the peninsula, with oceanfront access to each shoreline. A 5 minute stroll across the front of the property takes you to the Union Bay shoreline, with outstanding beachfront and views across to the hills of Acadia. A 20 minute saunter through a forested path on the backside of the property leads to frontage on Morgan/Blue Hill Bay, overlooking Blue Hill Mountain and Jed Island, a favored place for seals. Each offer idyllic settings to enjoy the water, wildlife, and exceptional views.
This classic cottage offers the quintessential Maine experience, retaining the charm of yesteryear. It exudes a homey, relaxed feel that beckons for family time and togetherness. Years of family enjoyment has laced the home with ample games, books, puzzles and activities for the entire family, young and old alike. Lush lawns provide space for the kids to run and play, or venture in to the woods to explore and enjoy nature. Be sure to wake early to watch the sun come up over the mountains of Acadia National Park just across the bay. Or at days end, have "happy hour" on the big wrap-around porch.
This location is perfect for being centrally located to enjoy all the sites and activities of the many coastal communities of the Blue Hill Peninsula, as well as the Bar Harbor / Acadia region. There are many choices for casual as well as fine dining within a half hour. To enjoy a more festive beach experience, drive or bike 3 scenic miles to Surry Town Beach, and join the many families who congregate there on sunny, warm days. And for an extra treat, head to nearby Perry's Lobster Shack, just 1/4 mile away, for the best lobster roll anywhere.
Fully equipped traditional farmhouse with spectacular views of Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park.
- pets not allowed