|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Over 100-year-old Cape home that has been tastefully renovated to modern standards. Home is situated on a ledge overlooking the tidal waters of Robinhood Cove. Located down a long private driveway next to the cove, the house is secluded with large pine trees that joins a 300 acre Audubon Bird Sanctuary and the cove in the front.
The home easily accommodates 9 persons in the 3 bedrooms and loft area. The master bedroom has a king size bed while one upstairs bedroom has a queen bed and a twin bed. The second bedroom upstairs has two single beds. The house has 2 full bathrooms, a living room, dining room, and large lofted family room. The loft has a relaxing library with a double size futon for your reading leisure. A sunroom overlooks the water and a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances await your enjoyment. Washer/dryer, linens, towels for showers/baths are provided. Towels are not provided for beach use. The deck provides leisure afternoon cookouts with a propane grill and table seating. Lawn chairs enough for 9 people for waterfront relaxation. Walking trails access to waterfront and Audubon Bird Sanctuary. Reid State Park, three miles away, provides beautiful sandy and rocky beaches just waiting for your exploration. Fresh seafood can be enjoyed at the Five Islands wharf just 3 miles away also. Eat freshly cooked lobster at the wharf or take back to the house and prepare it yourself.
We all (two families, including three kids under 6) had a great week in your home!! We loved feeling away from everything while also having easy access to so much. Highlights for us were hiking on the trails of the bird sanctuary located right out back, collecting acorns, attending children's story time at the local library a short walk away, driving to Five Islands and spending a day at the unbelievable Boothbay Botanical Gardens. The home was perfect for young and less young, with space and accommodations for us to cook all meals and spend time together and apart. We also all slept SOUNDLY. Thank you very much for the chance to stay here. We look forward to returning!!
I gave two stars. This is my honest review. The location was nice. Georgetown is beatiful. My reason for only two stars is because the tap water was undrinkable. It smelled like sewer water and tasted terable. I had to apologize to my guest for the inconvenience.Needless to say showers were quick because of the smell. We had to buy spring water for all our cooking and drinking requirements. Also, when using the dining room for a family dinner, one of the chairs fell apart. A prior repair to a broken armrest did not support body weight. I reported the issue and it turns out that I am being held responsible for the damage even though I did not brake it initially. The owner refused to acknowledge the prior repair. When I reported the water issue, all I got for a responce from the owner was "thanks for your input". I am very disappointed in our stay at this location.
This place has it all! The house was furnished very comfortably inside. There is plenty of room with three separate areas to gather with family and friends. The place was immaculate both inside and out. The kitchen has all the amenities. The Adirondack chairs outside provides comfort while watching the wildlife. The location couldn't be better. Just a few minutes to get off the island and on to our destinations; dining in Bath, a short drive to Boothbay Harbor, shopping in Camden, L.L. Bean, and the outlets in Freeport! We went to Reid State Park which has an awesome beach. (By the way, the Georgetown General Store two minutes away has great prices on fresh lobster and lobster rolls). The house is very secluded because the back yard is the Audubon Bird Sanctuary and front is water inlet for privacy. If you need a place to get away from it all this is it. The owners were awesome to deal with and quickly responded to our questions. It is obvious they take great pride in the property and value their guests. You won’t be disappointed. We had an awesome stay I can't wait to come back.
Waterfront Cape home with the 'downeast' comforts. Located on a tidal cove and joined to a 300 acre Audubon Bird Sanctuary with miles of picturesque hiking trails in wooded terrain. Only 5 minutes to Reid State Park with its beautiful sandy beach and its enchanting rocky ledges, where the wonders of marine life are captured in its tidal pools and entice the adventures of child exploration. Ten minutes to the quaint village of Five Islands and its fishing wharf where you can enjoy the 'downeast' dining atmosphere on the wharf.
Your taste buds will delight over the delicious flavor of the fresh cooked lobster and steamers. Fifteen minutes away in Bath, Me., is the Maine Maritime Museum, boat tours to the Maine lighthouses, Chocolate Church theater of the arts, bowling, and the Maine Bath Iron Works where US destroyers and cruisers are constructed for the US Navy. Kayak rentals, antiquing, and gourmet dining is nearby for your pleasure.
|Linens||$60 + Tax|
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
|Refundable damage deposit||$450|
$60. Linen fees / week
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