1 bedroom, 1 loft, 1 full bathroom, sleeps 5
Dave and Martha Petrovick
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Beautiful location! We saw Common Eiders, Cormorants, Herring Gulls, porpoises, and a harbor seal. Great location for artists to get inspired.
Thank you Tanya! I'm so glad you enjoyed your stay. Cheers, Martha
I must say that when we first pulled onto the long winding dirt road that is the driveway to the property, it was a little scary but the next morning when we woke up and saw the beautiful view, Wow! The cabin was very nice, rustic and clean. I have to mention that we did smell propane and were a little concerned about that. Overall we loved the house but it is definitely the location that made it so memorable.
Quiet place in un-spoiled part of coast but very close to Acadia
Went with my husband for a few nights. The house is very comfortable and was super clean. Kitchen very well stocked with all the needed utensils, etc. Beautiful livingroom and deck with ample view of the water. Great location, only a few minutes away from a gorgeous section of Acadia Nat Park.
The one thing I wished it had is more natural light in the master bedroom (and maybe a bigger shower) but everything else about the house was what we expected or better.
Thanks Dave and Martha!
Just what we wanted!!
Wonderful week in Maine! The cabin was great! We enjoyed beach combing every morning. The sights and sounds were amazing. Seals, bald eagles, harbor porpoises, loons, lobster boats...we enjoyed it all. Spent some time in Winter Harbor and Prospect Harbor. Had lunch in Corea...Took many photos of the harbor towns. Went to Bar Harbor for the morning. Couldn't wait to get back to the solitude!! Had a picnic on Schoodic Point. Ate our fill of lobster. Cabin was cozy...spent the evenings playing games and watching movies. Not for families with tiny ones. Small area before the rocky shore. Could be dangerous. Thanks for sharing your cottage with us!!
very clean, quiet beautiful ocean view,
A very nice clean ocean front cottage.
my wife and I along with my daughter and 2 grandkids stayed here for 5 nights and very much enjoyed the quiet and beautiful ocean views and the surrounding wildlife we saw.
we saw a pod of harbor porpoises one afternoon along with local sea birds and the pet red squirrel my daughter fed by hand.
they have a very nice deck that we spent a fair amount of time on, would of actually liked to of spent more time at the cottage relaxing but spent just about everyday on the road visiting relatives and spending time with my 98 year old grandmother who lives very close.
if we decide to go back to Maine in the near future we would consider has a great place to stay.
Martha was very friendly and helpful and everything she said about the place was true and there were no disappointments.
the kitchen was a nice plus for cooking the local lobsters and the extra room over a Hotel was much appreciated when we needed a little personal space from the long days traveling.
My husband and I both thoroughly enjoyed our vacation here! It was hard to leave! As far as amenities, it had everything we needed including much needed peace and privacy (quite secluded). We had planned to go to an upscale restaurant for dinner at least one night but there was no need when we realized we had the most beautiful view from our deck (sunset included) and live lobster to cook from the local co-op. Almost every morning I climbed onto one of the big rocks on our rocky shoreline (with my coffee) to sit and soak in the beauty of the ocean, the breeze, the wildlife...The cottage is located within easy driving distance to the Schoodic Penninsula and Acadia. We hiked in the Petite Manan Wildlife Refuge. Went to the Nautica Pub on a rainy day to eat a good lunch and shoot some pool. Just driving around the small, quaint towns in this area was a treat. I guess the only thing I think I would have changed if I could was the size of the shower - pretty small. People of the area were friendly. The owner, Dave, was very helpful in answering questions before hand. Life is short, so making memories is important...Maybe it was the stress I needed to escape, the alone time needed with my husband (of 35 years), or simply seeing the beauty of God's creation - probably a combination of all three but this was a vacation memory I will always hold dear in my heart:) If it's serenity you want - this has it.
Other Activities: kayaking, canoeing