A two-bedroom housekeeping cottages fully equipped with fine water
views and a short walk to the shorefront below offering deck and dock. Castine, Maine has to
be seen to realize what a gem you have found. A beautiful seaside town
with a deep historical past where many revolution battles were fought.
Within one hour of scenic Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Camden,
Bangor International Airport, home of the Maine Maritime Academy,
Castine has great accessibility. Castine offers several restaurants as
well as many local points of interest, a salt water swimming pool,
public beach, and Dyces Head light house, a few of the places that you
just shouldn’t miss.
Top Thing to do in City:
* museums, learn history.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* play games outdoors.
* relax on the dock.
* ride bicycles.
* learn history.
* swim at the back shore.
Top Thing to do in Family:
* play indoor and outdoor games.
* enjoy the view.
* enjoy peace and quiet.
* take day trips.
* enjoy lobster cooked by owner.
Guests can bring canoes or kayaks as we have water access from the property. Castine has a nine hole golf course, several tennis courts, and a
yacht club, all open to the public. Lessons in each of these
activities available. If nature walking is your preference there are
the Witherle Woods boasting Indian trails for walking and hiking.
In addition to the Witherle Woods, Castine provides a walking map of
the town enabling one to see everything they wish.
There is a rocky-sand beach safe for swimming on our property as well
as swimming at the Wadsworth Cove public beach, also known as the Back
Enjoy fishing off the rocks at Dyce's Head Lighthouse. While you're
there enjoy the view from up in the lighthouse.
Boat charter options available at the waterfront.
Four churches, an art gallery, museum, restaurants, a few specialty
shops and a local theatre group. Fresh lobsters, crabmeat, and fish
can be purchased locally to enjoy right at your own cottage.
Laundromat, beauty shop, a small grocery store, variety store, several
telephone locations, bakery/delicatessen, two banks, one with ATM, and
Castine is only a one hour drive from the city of Bangor which offers
an airport and shopping mall.
Among its other assets, Castine is home of the Maine Maritime Academy.
At berth in the harbor is its training vessel on which tours are