About the property
- Cottage500 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 5 nights
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Sleeps 2
Quiet setting on the edge of a cove. We are a seasonal rental open from May through the end of October. Watch nature from the dock while reading a good book. Enjoy a camp fire . Enjoy a hike in the Great Pond Mountain Wildlife Park nearby. You are close to Acadia National Park and all that it has to offer. Enjoy nightlife in Bar Harbor or at one of the areas fine restaurants. Visit historic Camden, Belfast, Bluehill and Castine. Hike, bike, walk or climb the nearby trails and mountains. Explore the shops, harbors, beaches of downeast Maine.
Len and Pam Haseltine
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- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 21, 2018
About Len and Pam Haseltine
Len is actively retired from working for a paper making company in Bucksport , Maine. Pam is a retired elementary teach . She retired after teaching 35 years in local schools. We both enjoy traveling and have siblings and children in Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, Texas and California.
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Absolutely perfect Maine coastal vacation! Within easy driving distance to Acadia NP.
My husband and I were so happy with the cottage on Toddy Pond! Everything we needed was provided and the cottage was very cozy and comfortable. We traveled from Venice, Fl and the weather turned to cooler and crisper temperatures just in time! I had hoped for a little more fall color in Maine but that did not detract from our visit. Maine is absolutely gorgeous, a wonderful mix of forest and rocky coast!
Thanks to our hosts Pam and Len for greeting us and giving helpful hints upon our arrival. It was a sublime vacation! Oh, and we ate “lobstah”!!
The condo on the cove is a peaceful vacation spot
We had an awesome vacation stay at the cottage. The cottage is centrally located for visiting the various local sights. It was perfect for the two of us. It was very clean with a very functional kitchen and cozy living room. The view was great and peaceful. The fire pit was relaxing. While picnicking on the dock, we were entertained by a neighbor and got great advice to visit Schoodic Point before Mt. Desert Island. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful get away that is also close to the Bar Harbor experience, the cottage is the place. We are already looking forward to returning for foliage trip in 2018.
Exactly as described
Exactly as described With a beautiful wooded landscape. Very tidy and clean and the owner Len was responsive to all questions I had prior to our arrival which was very much appreciated. The Pond water it was a bit low so there was no kayaking but I would definitely recommend this property.
August in Maine
The condo was perfect. Accommodations included everything we needed for a long stay. Toddy Pond was centrally located to exploring Maine. Len and Pam were very welcoming with lots of ideas for activities in the area.
Just a lovely vacation in a darling condo!
Toddy pond getaway
Certainly enjoyed our stay at this comfortable condo .perfect for my wife and I, it is close to many attractions as well for kayaking on Toddy Pond. The owner is very nice and accommodating.
Overall very comfortable and nice. Not the best spot for lake access however. Okay for kayak or canoe.
The Cove is appropriate for kayaks and canoes as explained in our property description. It is a nature cove with native fish,flora, and waterfowl. Home to ducks
heron, loons, geese, hawks and eagles. There are boat launch area at several location around this lake. There are also 5 other boat launch areas with within a short distance. Thanks for staying with us! Len
Must see is the new Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Bucksport associated with the historical Fort Knox State Park. For those interested in hiking, there is nearby Great Pond Mountain Wildlife Area Area. The area is also very close to Bar Harbor and Acadia national park. The nearby Big ChickenBarn is a mecca for antiques. Bucksport and Ellsworth , both nearby, have many fine restaurants. Maine is known for its seafood and there are many outdoor areas where lobsters are boiled in wood fired pots.