About the property
- Cottage1200 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 6 nights
3-bdrm antique cape, short walk to ocean. Huge private yard with pond & woods.
Looking for an affordable getaway within easy walking distance of the ocean, and a boat launch on Quahog Bay is popular for sea kayaking or boating.
Beautiful large mowed yard with pond, bridge, picnic table and trails into the woods. The deck has a retractable awning for fresh air breakfasts, sunny lunches or evening cocktails with a lovely private view.
The cottage has pine paneling throughout, sleeps 6 and is well suited for families including visitors to Bowdoin College, Maine Maritime Museum, historic Bath, Popham Beach, the extensive coastal trails of Harpswell and Midcoast Maine attractions like L.L.Bean and Freeport shops.
First floor queen bedroom & bath, upstairs king bedroom and bedroom with two twin beds, dormer ceilings and exposed beams. Full kitchen with all appliances, dishes and utensils, washer/dryer. Outdoor shower, large pond and mowed yard for games.
Working fireplace and provided firewood, well maintained furnace, plush carpets and soft furnishings make the cottage cozy and well suited to winter getaways.
Want to explore Cundys Harbor?
Holbrooks lobster house is a fabulous place for lunch or dinner on their open deck overhanging the sea. Nice salads, and tons of seafood, and ice cream!
BYOB or buy from the charming General store up the hill.
Sue Hawks runs a lobster pound if you want to buy live critters to cook at home (pot is on the top shelf of the cleaning closet). She also carries locally made gifts.
The Cundys harbor library is a sweet place, and you can use WiFi.
Harpswell Heritage Land Trust has a huge network of trails around town for woodsy or Oceanside hikes. Visit HHLTmaine.org
Cooks and Estes Lobster house out on Orr’s and Bailey Island are fun for a meal out in Harpswell.
The Vegetable Corner is a local grocer with great deli at the intersection of Mountain Road and Rt. 123. Stop by on your way to the Dolphin Marina for their famous fish chowder with blueberry muffin (ideal sunset spot!)
Saturday’s from 8:30-12:30 is Maine’s largest and greatest outdoor Farmers Market at Crystal Spring Farm on Pleasant Street (which is a beautiful route to get to LLBean in Freeport).
Craving a long walk on a sandy beach? Reid State Park in Georgetown or Popham Beach State Park in Phippsburg are both spectacular.
Maine Maritime Museum and a super set of shops on Front street in Bath. Salt Pine Social is a destination spot for dinner.
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
About Alicia Heyburn
Our family has been summering in this part of Maine since 1900 and feel so fortunate to be able to spend time in such an authentic, unspoilt and accessible part of the coast. We hope you will come and enjoy it too!
Why Alicia Heyburn chose Sebascodegan Island
This cottage has been in the family for decades and three generations have memories of eating whoopie pies in the kitchen. Hoover the harbor seal even lived in the pond one summer while he was being rehabilitated before moving to the Boston Aquarium.
What makes this Cottage unique
The cottage has a long history and rooms are traditionally small with the exception of the spacious living room. Exposed beams in the second floor bedrooms could be a challenge for tall guests. This is a great house for a family, but may feel tight for 6 adults who intend to stay inside all day (who would want to do that anyway?). We prepare the cottage for short term rental in the summer, but please inquire if you would like to discuss a longer term rental off season.
Local Services & Businesses
Check-in: 1:00 PM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Comfy and private
Clean, comfortable and a fantastic yard. Would have been perfect if it hadn't rained so much.
a very comfortable old maine cottage with history.
we had a very nice late September stay.the weather was sunny and warm during the day and the nights cool and pleasant.the fireplace made the evenings ever so enjoyable and cozy.the owners were very easy to work with and even supplied us a map of the area giving us tips on where to eat and things to see.they also gave us the history of the house which gave us even more found memories of our first but not last 'real'maine vacation.
Lovely Cottage Near the Water
This cottage is very comfortable and appointed with everything you could ask for. It's within a short distance of a boat launch, we spent wonderful mornings kayaking in the estuaries. The back deck and yard are delightful, the roomy deck overlooks apple trees, a floral garden, expansive lawn, a small pond & reflective sculpture. It was so nice it was sometimes a challenge to leave the cottage for excursions. Our dog enjoyed it very much as well.
The Wi-Fi was good (password IS required), with basic cable TV channels (we brought along our Apple TV for streaming). Beds were OK (there's no place like home...), and the bath larger than some we've rented. Owner was very nice to work with, though there were apparently some email communication issues (through the Homeaway email system). They sent us a few messages we never received, but all was resolved before the trip. Plenty of activities & restaurants to choose from, which is why we revisit the region every year. Discovered Thomas Point Beach on our second to last day, wish we'd found it earlier as we would have spent an extra day there swimming, picnicking & kayaking. Brunswick, Bath & Freeport are good day trips, we limit ourselves to one visit up the coast to Boothbay due to the usual traffic nightmare through Wiscasset. If you go, Dolphin Mini-Golf on Rt.1 in Boothbay is a great stop, with a shell museum & ice cream parlor. Watson's General Store nearby in Cundy's Harbor is THE place to buy your live lobsters (but has no clams, unfortunately). We really enjoyed our visit, and hope to return before long.
Thanks so much for your review and visit. We are working out the email issues through the homeaway site but am glad we were able to be in direct contact and hat you had such a nice time on Bethel Point. It is a special place!
Harpswell has more coastline than any other town in Maine, lovely views, walking trails and charm are everywhere! The quiet village of Cundy's Harbor is close to Brunswick services like grocery and hospital, Bowdoin College and museums. L.L.Bean and outlet shops of Freeport and whale watch tours of Boothbay Harbor are only 30 minutes away.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed. The cottage is available for a long term rental off-season rentals by arrangement ~ please inquire.