New Harbor Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Featured Cottage clean, simple with original artwork, hardwood floor
Fall Leaveves are here come to the coast of Maine, Classic One Bedroom Maine Cottage, tidy,neat with versatile trundle bed, double sofa bed, kitchen, bathroom with shower at tip of Pemaquid Penninsula within minutes to attractions: lighthouse, museum, restaurants, antiques, kayaking, beach and majestic views of ocean, spectacular shots of crimson sunsets, catch a glimpse of seals frolicking on rocks. Affordable, efficiency size cottage with a real get away feeling; Enjoy lobster, Maine Blueberries, feel the fine sand at the beach and the salty air on your face. Bedroom includes trundle bed which can be used as two twins or pushed together Amenities include: iron, hairdryer, picnic basket. If you can Bring your own linens and towels - Small charge to have them provided for you. let us know if you are traveling. Laundry service is ten dollars.Kitchen has full size fridge, toaster, oven, pots/pans, plates/cups, coffee maker, spices. Built in stereo and radio, speakers in wall.Front porch overlooks vintage garden, flower boxes and provides a spot to enjoy an early morning cup of coffee. Living room includes a pullout couch and gate-leg kitchen table with four chairs, bench used as coffee table. Plenty of blankets for those great sleeping nights. Keep an eye out for deer, moose, fox, eagles and ospreys. Clear nights provide fabulous star watching. Local grocery store ,Reillys has it all...paper, deli, pizza, meats, milk and bread to name a few.
Hardy Boat Cruises: See Maine by sea and smell the salt air and cool breeze on your face. Puffin Watch, Seal Watch and Sunset Light House Cruiseand Great day-trip to Monhegan Island is a must on this visit to the Maine coast. Wear comfortable foot gear. and enjoy lunch or dinner at Shaw's Restaurant on the pier at New Harbor when you return back to shore. On Monhegan Island bring a picnic, back pack in closet for hikers, Hike to cliffs on far side of Island. Artist galleries open by chance in village. Lighthouse Museum interesting and worth poking around to see local lore of the sea. You can buy pizza/drink on Island. In May/September Bird Migration Is TOPS! Bring Binoculars,trail guides provided by Hardy Boat, wear good walking shoes paths only no paved roads....a throw back in time....On a trip last summer one renter saw whales, porpoises, seals, variety of birds and was especially delighted with trip.
Fort William Henry: Fabulous must see spot....for the historian in you of colonial life in Northern New England.Early settlement provided Cod for Europeans in 1600's made this an important British claim. Museum is rich with artifacts and short 15 minute movie of Pemaquid settlement. Fort sports a self guided tour of settlement gives an idea of how daily life was conducted. Monday night Historical Lectures Series, Special events and lantern tours. Pirate Dixie Bull once raided the settlement, hurricane sunk the Angel Gabriel, Native Americans/French traded and fought with British.
Maine TV crews had been filming Maine Archeologist at dig this past summer Archeologists still working at the dig.
Picnic basket, blanket and a bottle of wine included at cottage. Handicap accessible with picnic benches and panoramic view of Pemaquid Harbor. Order a lunch from Riley's Market at the Deli section or from The Cupboard Restaurant on the Huddle Road.
Pemaquid Beach: Love this cresent shaped beach with fine views of John's Bay and Islands. Relax, walk and collect shells....Fine white sand, excellent for making sand castles or burying your feet. Snack bar is a must. French fries and a cold drink make it heaven. Fall asleep under an umbrella, listening to the waves. Feeling adventurous? Rent a boogie board and ride the waves if the surf is up. Beach-comb for treasures. Hot showers till 5. Special concerts, fireworks, yoga in the mornings . Park is open till sunset. Minimum fee to enter. Plenty of parking beach lovers delight!
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Janet Collins-Haffey
Special Needs Teacher from Boston
Janet Collins-Haffey purchased this cottage in 1988
Why Janet Collins-Haffey chose New Harbor
Since I was a freshman in college I have been traveling to this location. I came to Maine to visit a friend I grew up with and never wanted to leave. Now I get to come here as often as I wish.
What makes this cottage unique
Every corner one turn is eye candy. You must come to see it! Just beautiful in the fall.
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a wonderful stay at your cottage. We fit in lots of fun activities from eating lobster, to swimming at the beach, to a day at Monhegan Island, touring the Botanical Gardens and an auto-ride up Mt. Battie. I am leaving 2 hot pads I bought so others can use them. We found them useful for serving from the pots on the table. I especially enjoyed the raspberry jam on toast. Thank you.