The Americana Log Cabin sits nestled in the woods on a five acre lot on the North Lubec Peninsula. The cabin shares private access to a secluded beach with two other log cabins, each set apart in their own wooded nooks for privacy. This nearly new cabin has all the modern conveniences— well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washer and dryer, 1 full bath, and 2 bedrooms. Satellite TV and local phone service means you can stay in touch with the outside world (but only if you want to!). A gas log stove keeps the cabin cozy on chilly nights. Ceiling fans keep it comfortable on warm days. Lawn furniture and gas grill provide outdoor living area. All bed and bath linen provided. Sorry, no smoking indoors. Well behaved children and small dogs welcome with prior approval, additional damage deposit (refundable at end of stay), and additional rental fee.
Top Thing to do in City:
* Visit West Quoddy Head Light House.
* Go on a Whale Watch.
* Eat Lobster.
* Bird watch.
* Hike our many coastal trails.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Picnic at West Quoddy Head State Park.
* Explore the Lubec Sand Bar Nature Preserve.
* Watch the seals "surf" through the Lubec Channel.
* Explore our varied beaches & shorelines.
* Relax and rejuvenate!.
Top Thing to do in Family:
* Hike the Boot Cove and Hamilton Cove trails.
* Eat lobster, scallops, and clams.
* Beachcomb for sea treasures.
* Take a ferry over the Old Sow whirlpool.
* Sit on the deck and gaze at our incredible stars.
Lubec is home to the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, at the easternmost point of land in the contiguous U.S. The Down East area showcases nature at her finest. Whales, eagles, osprey, moose, and bear inhabit the region. During migration season, whales pass close enough to be seen from shore! Local whale and puffin tours provide the opportunity to observe nature up close and personal. Beach roses, wild iris, and beach peas line the pristine shoreline. The area is host to three state parks, two international parks, a national wildlife refuge, and several nature preserves, all of which offer a variety of well maintained hiking trails. The area is rich in history—the first naval battle of the Revolutionary War was fought in nearby Machiasport. Maine's own "Cannery Row" lined the waterfronts of Lubec and Eastport with sardine canning factories. You'll find it all here—rich history, spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, and friendly people. You won't find pollution, crowds, or traffic jams.