Beautiful 2 story, 3 bedroom rental, private outdoor 6 person hottub, gas grill, patio furniture,, private parking for up to 3 cars.
Very Kid/teen friendly, romantic, charming , cozy,clean,relaxing & pet friendly.
Rental located in Downtown Historical Brunswick.
Walk to resturants,bars, coffee shops,stores, galleries,walking bridge/river, Bowdoin College, museums, movie theater,grocery stores, post office, park etc.
Close to Freeport, Portland, Bath, Harpswell,Bath, Wiscassets, Maine Islands,
2,5 hours to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
QUESTIONS-RESERVATIONS -- 207-837-7595
RENTAL SLEEPS 8, can sleep up to 10.
See calendar for other available dates/rates.
The Colorful Brunswick Cottage is a Charming,romantic,colorful,modern, clean, kid friendly 2 floor house rental conveniently located 1 blocks from the downtown area in a quiet intown neighborhood & within walking distance to shopping & attractions.(over 40 resturants in the area. New landscaped backyard with fencing as of May 2013.
Bring your boat, only a few mins away from Brunswick Marina & Casco Bay.
Amtrak is now running from Boston to Downtown Brunswick.
Amenities include gas grill, wifi, , , 4 TVs, full cable, DVD players,blueray player,Netflix, home theater, IPOD docking station, treadmill, full kitchen, outdoor spa, books, movies &much more! A great getaway for families, couples, friends, reunions, business travelers & holidays.
Historical downtown Brunswick is nestled in between Midcoast & Coastal Maine, allowing visitors an excellent shooting off point to visit everything Maine has to offerLot's of museums in Brunswick.(Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum + Skolfield-Whittier House +art museum,artic museum + MORE.(Close to Bowdoin College..25 mins from Portland.Closest Winery,(Blacksmiths) 27 miles away.
Must be 23 or older to make a reservation.
Ocean/Marina/Boat launch, ,State Parks,Beaches,Fishing,Golf,Skiing nearby.
BEST BEACHES : Morse Mt. Beach (Mile of beautiful beach. Must hike in. About a 30 min easy hike to peak or beach. No bathrooms. Limited parking)-Phippsburg
Popham Beach State Park (Stunning beach, lots of tidal pools. Toilets)-Phippsburg
Reid State Park (Grills, tables, food, toilets)-Georgetown
Crescent Beach State Park (Beautiful sand, toilets, food)-Portland
Willard beach (1mi. long, view of lighthouse, fine sand gentle surf, bathrooms)-South Portland
Pine Point Beach (Part of Old Orchard Beach, white sand & dunes, bathrooms)-Scarborough
Old Orchard Beach (Pier, shops, food, rentals, toilets, rides)-Old Orchard Beach
Ogunquit Beach (Beautiful white sand, upscale, food, toilets,kayaking)-Ogunquit
York Beach-Long Sands Beach (Long, surfing, food, toilets, rides)-York
Thomas Point Beach (Tidal, toilets, food)-Brunswick
Whites Beach (Pond, toilets, food)-Brunswick
Coffin Pond (Good for kids, water slide, toilets, food)-Brunswick
Windlow Park (Small, tidal, swim platform)-Freepor
Great Things To Check Out in the Area: There are all kinds of things to do right in downtown Brunswick, Maine!
Near the Androscoggin River, you can launch your kayak or boat, fish, ice fish or check out the newly restored walking bridge and see the views on both sides of the river!
The bike and walking path runs right along the river for about 4 miles and gives you a little bit of history along the way. Check out the local theater & cinema scene with live theater from the Maine State Music Theater, Theater Project, Frontier Cafe and the Evening Star.
The mall park downtown offers free ice skating in the winter and a wonderful mix of festivals, outdoor markets and concerts all summer long.
Brunswick is well known for its variety of restaurants, shops, bars, live music, antiques, boutiques and galleries. Walk the beautiful campus of Ivy League Bowdoin College, and check out their Museum of Art and the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum.
Not too far from the center you'll find several beaches, shopping malls & plazas, golf, scenic drives, bowling, camping, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and much more.
It's an absolute must to drive out to the Harpswell Islands, home to many of the local Fishermen. You'll find breathtaking views, wonderful restaurants, fresh seafood, little hidden beaches, Land's End look-out and the Giant Staircase to name a few.
Sip cocktails and soak in the sun on the deck of Cook's Lobster House on Bailey Island, nestled on a little peninsula-sand bar surrounded by water and watch the boats come in with their local catch delivered fresh to the restaurant!
In the other direction you can follow scenic Route 1 up the coast a bit and check out all the little villages along the way, or plan a day at Popham Beach State Park & Fort Popham or Reid State Park, two beautiful beaches on the open Atlantic Ocean.