Million Dollars Views, Ocean Front, Beach and the best hiking in the world
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About Eric Davidson
We have made the property our home for the last two years. We completely updated the home in early 2015 when we purchased with the plans to stay here until we retired but our jobs are moving us back to Baltimore but this home is so special we decided to keep it and rent it during the summers, starting in 2017
Eric Davidson purchased this House in 2015
Why Eric Davidson chose Lamoine
Everyone that has been here say we have the best views of anywhere they have ever been. From the living room you can see Mt Desert Island, Cadillac Mt, Frenchmen's Bay and you have one of the few walkable beaches at the back yard. The home is warm and inviting and as comfortable for two as it is for nine. We hope you love the house as much as we do.
What makes this House unique
Million Dollar view Fantastic house layout walkable beach two kayaks you can take down to the beach in front of the house where you can paddle out into French's Bay Short drive to Bar Harbor, and Acadia National Forest NO TRAFFIC !!!! Fire Pit in back yard with ocean view, sit and watch the lights of cars coming down Cadillac Mt and more stars than you have ever been able to see before
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
1. too many mosquitoes, can't enjoy the backyard. repellent doesn't help.
2. make sure you buy damage insurance. owner setup damaged home goods (like windows blinds, etc). once you touch it, it broke. you will be charged for a damage fee.
3. lack of communication. check in information was not sent until the date I got there. emailed owner, never response.
4. Room was not cleaned. sand and dust, everywhere. no bathroom towel.
Best Maine Experience
This house was the best Maine experience and one of our favorite rentals. We enjoyed taking the kayaks out almost every day! The location of the house was so quiet and the view amazing. We drove to Acadia each day (easy drive) and visited a different lobster shack on our ride back to the house with a fire on the beach each night. The owner was so gracious to provide a new pack and play to put our Granddaughter to sleep in after a long flight and drive to the house from Boston. The property managers also very helpful. We all enjoyed the big backyard, swing and slides, beach and adirondack chairs watching the lobster boats and cruise ships. Plenty of room in the house with good internet to share pictures with family at home. Highly recommend this rental!
Quiet gem on the water
By far one of the best rental properties we've ever stayed at. The location is invaluable and the home has so much character--we loved the old fashioned features and the kitchen is fully stocked. There were days where we didn't want to explore Bar Harbor or Acadia. We simply wanted to sit outside by the water and enjoy the view!
Beautiful setting, cute decor. Clean and well-equipped. Plenty of room for all.
lots of amenities
The house was very clean. We took advantage of many of the amenities such as the beach views, 2 kayaks, the bonfire, and even the seafood steamer. The only downside I'd say is that it was quite a drive from Acadia NP, almost an hour to get to the main sites. But if you are ok with the commute, it was a wonderful place to stay.
Adorable house with the prefect view and great ocean views
We were in town for the weekend for a wedding. The house offered ample space inside, a great view from much of the house, plenty of space outside and easy access to the water. Could not have asked for more.
A short drive away is Bar Harbor and Acadia National forest The Carriage Roads and stone bridges in Acadia National Park were financed and directed by philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr., between 1913 and 1940, for hikers, bikers, horseback riders and carriages. The network includes 57 miles of woodland roads free of motor vehicles, of which 45 miles are within Acadia National Park . These allow seasonal cross-country skiing and limited snowmobiling. Twelve miles are on private land.
Hiking Trails in Acadia National Park are often interconnected and range in difficulty from easy to strenuous. There are over 120 miles of trails to select from. Add to this the famous Carriage Roads, and the day hiker has a wide selection of enjoyable hiking options. Camping is restricted within the park to Blackwoods Campground and Seawall Campground. For camping options outside of Acadia, select campgrounds. Be sure to review the hints and rules for hiking safety prior to arriving.