|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
........A FOUR SEASON RENTAL.......
Our newly built Handcrafted Log Home 'The Norway Pine' with so many beautiful details you must see for yourself. It is a great 4 SEASON getaway where you are always welcome just like Home! Huge logs fit together with all the comforts of a lodge There are decks and a porch for outside sitting comfort, coffee in the morning and a glass of wine at nite, pure relaxation. This quiet location offers a rest after a day of site seeing in Bar Harbor or cycling around the Loop Road in Acadia National Park. Watch everyone playing horse shoes in a professional horseshoe pit. Just rest in a log swing and count the stars. At nite sit around the firepit and tell all the stories of the day and plan what to do tomorrow. After all of that you are not going to want your vacation at 'Norway Pines' to end. We want your stay to be wonderful and full of great memories that you carry back home to remember all year.
The Fall in Maine is beautiful too come relax and enjoy the foliage at the Log Home also makes great holiday vacations! Remember living in a log home is like being on vacation every day!!!!!! It is also for sale.
YOUR VACATION IS WAITING FOR YOU:-)
The log home is close to Raccoon Cove on Eastern Bay a short drive from the home to sit by the ocean.
Blunt'sPond is 1 mile. A sand beach for sunning and swimming. Good kayaking also. Kayak rentals are 3 miles along with a small General Store in Lamoine. Lamoine State Park is 3 miles away. Marlboro Beach is 1.5 miles also.
Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park are approx. 20 miles and one of the most visited parks in the US today. Lovely walks though town with the best restaurantst and shops. Ellsworth 7 miles for grocery stores and restaurants also. There is so much to do in the area but it will be wonderful to come home at nite to the comforts of the Log Home and plan another day of fun and relaxation. We strive to make this the most enjoyable vacation ever!!!
The Town of Lamoine operates three public park areas.
•Lamoine Beach has picnic facilities.
•Bloomfield Park on Blunt's Pond has a small beach area on fresh water for swimming and fishing.
•Marlboro Beach enjoys relatively calm water at high tide for canoe, kayak and small boat launching - though there is no formal ramp for launching.
Learn more about this vacation rental at the owner's website:
Our Maine family vacation in July of 2015 was made complete by staying here. The cabin has all the amenities you need and is minutes away from Ellsworth (10) and Bar Harbor (20). After a long g day of hiking, bike riding, or sightseeing, the cabin provided a quiet, tranquil setting to relax. Judy was fantastic to work with and all her recommendations for activities to do in the area were spot on. We can't wait to return back to the cabin in 2016!
This was our family's first time visiting Maine. The log home was comfortable, fully furnished and super quiet. The wooded setting just added to the charm of the home. Judy was very helpful by providing us with information about the area including places to hike, visit and relax. The home is only minutes from Lamoine beach where you can stick your feet in, have a picnic lunch or rent kayaks from a local business to enjoy the day. We hiked, enjoyed the outdoors and explored Acadia Park and Mt. Desert Island. We also enjoyed restaurants and stores in the quaint town of Ellsworth. We had a wonderful time and would return again.
This was our first visit to Maine and the cabin was a wonderful home away from home. Beautiful setting, super quiet property with lots of privacy. This property is just a short distance to Lamoine park/beach where you can enjoy a picnic lunch, put your feet in the water or rent sea kayaks from a local business. Judy was super helpful with providing local attractions to visit as well as places to hike. Our family of four had a very relaxing time hiking nearby trails, touring Acadia park, exploring the quaint downtown area of Ellsworth and just spending quality time together. We would recommend this home and enjoy returning again some day.
My family visited the log cabin in August. Our family has visited Maine several times, but this was our first time visiting the area of Lamoine. The weather was perfect! We had a great time riding our bikes and visiting Acadia. We did a wildlife boat tour in Bar Harbor, attended a lumberjack show and had fresh lobster for dinner twice. The log cabin was beautiful and very comfortable. The home was very well maintained. It was perfect for our family. We did have some noise during the day with a new home being built down the street, but the nights were so peaceful. We hope to visit Lamoine again in the future.
The log home was truly breath taking, it had every thing to make our stay wonderful. We missed out on the day time quite and relaxing though, with the ground breaking of a new home across the street, all we had from 7:00 until 4:00 each week day was heavy equipment and chain saw noise, (no naps possible). We were very excited to see the flock of turkeys that came into the yard each evening to snack on the tasty raspberries. Would recommend this home to all that do not have problems with stairs as there is no access to the main floor without a flight of stairs. Very nice to have bathrooms on each floor.
What an awesome place to stay! The cabin was fully loaded, clean, and well maintained. Judy was a very pleasant person to rent from. She was more than efficient in answering our questions and providing information to make our time in Maine one of the most enjoyable trips we spent as a family. I would definitely recommend this place. We had fun hiking and
biking on the carriage roads in Acadia National Park. Some other activities we enjoyed were....
Shopping- Main Street
Fishing- Vagabond deep sea fishing
Movie pizza-Real pizza cinema
Music- bar harbor town band/ best ice cream across from the park
Sunrise -Cadillac mountain
Although it rained a couple of days, we were happy to spend quality family time in the cabin where we played games, watched DVDs, cooked, grilled,....
There's so much to see. The whole family had a blast. We would love to one day revisit the cabin and finish our long list of things to do and see!!! Thanks for a wonderful vacation, Judy!!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$300|
1500.00 for rental
Plus sales tax, cleaning fee and security deposit (returned upon cleaning and inspection with no damage.)
Extra person above 6 is 100.00 each.
Security Deposit 300.00
CHECK WITH US ON HOLIDAY RENTALS(THANKSGIVING OR CHRISTMAS ARE BEAUTIFUL AT THE LOG HOME.....)
Blunt's Pond stocked with Trout
Lamoine Beach Park
Located at the end of State Route 184, Lamoine Beach features over 1,000 feet of coarse sand and pebble shoreline. There are picnic facilities, an outhouse and new for 2004 a bicycle rack.
Many like to wade in the calm, cool salt water of Frenchman Bay, while others enjoy laying on a blanket or lawn chair and tanning in the sun. A great picnic spot with a view of Bar Harbor. When cruise ships are anchored there, there is a clear view of many of the ships. The Independence Day Fireworks are often visible from Lamoine Beach, and quite a crowd gathers to celebrate America's Independence.
Bloomfield Park is located on Blunt's Pond, and accessible from Asa's Lane. It is named for the late Bloomfield Smith who left the shore frontage that makes up the park to the Town of Lamoine many years ago.
The park is a popular residents-only swimming area for daytime use only. There are no restroom facilities, but there are a couple of picnic tables, and the waterfront by the parking area is sandy enough, and the water quite shallow so that swimming is relatively safe. Children must be accompanied by adults, and there are no after-dark uses permitted.
Winter months, when the weather is just right, makes Blunt's Pond the perfect 5-acre skating rink. Unfortunately, the weather doesn't always cooperate. The Frenchman Bay Riders Snowmobile club is located just beyond the park, and many ice fishermen set traps to catch pickerel.
Often, Bald Eagles will cruise over the pond and catch a fish or two for dinner. Other inhabitants include raccoons, beaver, and ducks.