This lovely log cabin on the Maine coastline, Cabin 11, is accessed by a private lane and is nestled on 8 private acres. You can truly get away from it all - but seek out your desires in nature, food, or even artisans - wines, etc. More details below:
- Open concept living room/dining room with large terrace overlooking beautiful path with direct beach access. Ideal for couples and families.
- Dining table comfortably seats 6. Additional seating at the kitchen breakfast bar.
- Fully furnished kitchen with dishwasher, range oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee-maker.
- Master bedroom on 1st floor with full master bath.
- 2nd bedroom with luxurious full bed.
- 3rd bedroom with two single bedroom with two single beds.
- Second floor loft features two sleeper futon and private bath.
- Half bath on first floor with washer and dryer.
- Internet/Wifi included.
- Linens/towels included.
Words cannot adequately describe the feeling you will have when you reach Cabin 11. If privacy and natural beauty are what you are looking for, look no further. Spend the day on the deck, relax on the viewing platform near the water on the adirondack chairs - overlooking the ocean, or explore the beach while watching the ships sail by. Watch the lobster boats making their rounds, and the seagulls and loons circling overhead. Evenings at the cabin you can just curl up by the fireplace, or chill out on the deck under a canopy of stars. Hike Mt. Battie in nearby Camden for amazing views, experience the quaint shops, antique and art galleries and unique restaurants in Searsport, Belfast and Camden or explore the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland (visit nearby Owls Head Transportation Museum and stop in for fried clams at the Dip Net in Port Clyde). Take a day trip to Acadia National Park where you can hike Cadillac Mountain, take a carriage ride, eat popovers at the Jordan Pond House, or hike along the coast at Sand Beach for dramatic cliffside views. Hop on a boat in Belfast Harbor and head over to Castine to explore an old Maine harbor town. Take your car on the ferry to Isleboro and have a picnic on a beautiful summer island. Visit the new Penobscot Bay Bridge in Bucksport, only three like it in the United States (go up to the observatory if you're truly brave). In the evening, feast on lobster at home or at nearby Young's Lobster Pound, take a stroll through the galleries of Belfast on the Friday night tour, have a romantic dinner at one of the many beautiful restaurants in the area or stay in to just curl up by the fireplace, or chill out on the deck under a canopy of stars.