Surrounded by flowers, High Tide, is a surprisingly spacious two storied house in a quiet neighborhood. Extremely immaculate, it has two bedrooms upstairs with a/c and 4 single beds(2 can be converted to a king) and a living room downstairs with queen sleeper futon and comfortable stuffed chairs. The enormous kitchen is fully equipped with all the needed accessories. A small porch provides the wonderful sounds and smells of Maine, and the perfect place for quiet reading. Within walking distance to the beach and downtown shopping center, the 400' pier greets you to an amusement park and to Maine's best beach, seven miles of the softest beach sand. Ample off street parking for 2 vehicles w/motion lights. A non-refundable deposit of $250 will secure your reservation. I will send you a receipt of your deposit via email. Renters are expected to bring their own linens(Sheets, pillow cases, towels, etc) Blankets are provided. Sorry, absolutely *no* pets allowed and please smoke outside
Rental Information: Welcome to Old Orchard Beach
Remember the summer when you were a child and your family left for a vacation? Remember how you dreamed about what you wanted to do to make your vacation perfect? First, there had to be things to do, lots of things, and then there had to be food, like pizza, fried dough, hamburgers, cotton candy, & popcorn, etc. And then there had to be a beach, a big broad stretch of sand where you could build castles, a place to run & throw footballs, a place to lay in the sun and feel its warmth. Remember those thoughts and dreams? That vacation still exists in Old Orchard Beach and is waiting for your children and the child still inside of you. It's almost impossible *not* to have fun at Old Orchard. Beside all the family-style restaurants downtown, you can try your luck at video games, jump on a ride, treat yourself to an ice cream or a cold soda. Thrills, chills, and frills, take your pick.
Directions to High Tide:: Take Maine Tnpk (#95) to Exit #36 (#195 East). Go through the toll booth for about a mile and bear left at the gas station onto Saco Avenue. Drive another mile to a set of lights (school and fire station on left), continue straight down the hill for a couple hundred yards to Pine Ave. on your right by the white picket fence. Turn right and bear left and watch for 7th St. on your right. Go up 7th and turn right onto Evergreen Ave. Park in the large parking lot with the painted flowered fence on your left. We should be there to greet you with your keys to your home away from home.
I am from Boston, my wife from Riverside, NJ. We are both retired and enjoy Maine from early June to late October before leaving for our home in West Palm Beach, FL.
It's sqeaky clean, in a quiet neighborhood, and is close to all that OOB has to offer. Last year our property was rented fully right up to mid October, which tells you of its popularity.
It serves as a HUB reaching various locations in every direction, from Boston to the south, to NH to the west, Bar Harbor to the north, and all of Maine's wonderfull coastline of quaint villages with its nooks and crannies of surprises all the shore.