Cozy Cottage on Hancock Point
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Our cozy, rustic pine cottage is surrounded by forest and field on Hancock Point. The cottage is surrounded by trees pastures and blueberry fields.
The cottage is within easy walking distance of the shore. We are located in Hancock, Maine, halfway between Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park at Schoodic Point. The secluded location is close to the village of Hancock in an excellent area for hiking biking, kayaking or berry picking. Step out the door and take a peaceful, ten-minute walk to Jellison Cove on Frenchman's Bay or explore the nearby woods and fields.
The cottage is fully furnished and provided with a simple and complete kitchen, a combination living dining area, 2 bedrooms downstairs, one with a double bed and one with 2 bunks, plus a large sleeping loft upstairs with a queen size bed, a twin size bed and a TV monitor for viewing movies. The cottage sleeps up to 7 people. There is a large picnic table and a gas grill on the covered porch.
We will supply a radio, a television and DVD player for viewing movies, alarm clock, all bed linens and towels, gas grill, washer and dryer, ironing board and iron. There is a fireplace woodstove and firewood is provided.
Enjoy the beauty of coastal Maine. Bike to the Frenchman Bay Nature
Conservancy where you can hike, kayak, or picnic. Or bike to Carter's Beach and see the smallest Post Office in the U.S. on the way.
Drive to nearby Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island (40 minutes) or to Acadia National Park on Schoodic point (about 25 minutes in the opposite direction) and enjoy the quintessential Maine coastal villages along the way. Shop or go to the movies in Bar Harbor (45 minutes) or Ellsworth (15 minutes).
The little town of Hancock, Maine boasts some fabulous fine dining restaurants (Crocker House, Le Domaine), and several more modest restaurants with great local and ethnic offerings. Or just eat in, on the cottage's covered porch and enjoy a peaceful evening watching the sun set and listening to bird song.
Pick Maine blueberries and blackberries right outside the cottage door in July and August. Bike rentals, kayak/canoe rentals, and guided tours are available nearby. For swimming, boating, hiking, and mountain climbing, visit Maine's Public Reserve lands on pristine Donnell's and Flanders ponds. Tennis courts and sailing lessons are available not far from the cottage, by prior arrangement. Also riding lessons, a public beach and a quaint summer library are within easy biking distance.
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Considered:
- Children Welcome
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7, Beds for 7
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Linens Provided:
- Washing Machine:
- Clothes Dryer:
- Wood Stove:
- Video Library:
- DVD Player
- CD Player
- Live Theater
- Wildlife Viewing
- Miniature Golf
- Sight Seeing
- Mountain Biking
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Spring - April 28 1 through May 25: $495, partial weeks available May 26 - June 29: $595 Couple's Special May 26 - June 29: $50 off ask for details Early Summer - June 23 through July 13: $795 Summer - June 30 through July 27: $975 July 28 through August 24: $1095 Late Summer - August 25 through September 28: $695 Couple's Special August 25 - September 28: $50 off, ask for details Fall - September 29 through October 19: $565, partial weeks available
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