This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$1,800 - $2,700 per week 7 night min stay
$1,870 per week 7 night min stay
$1,400 - $1,500 per week 7 night min stay
Recent Brooklin property reviews
"Unbelievably beautiful, right on the water, quiet, and just plain inspiring. Go for long walks on the beach or settle into the boathouse to watch the water or take a nap or just listen to the waves. Main house has laundry, dvd player, absolutely anything you could possibly need. Extremely responsive rental agent and caretaker if you have any questions. So many rental places by the sea have a mildewy smell, but this place is absolutely pristine, inside and out. Gorgeous kayaking, great walks, incredible stargazing. We give this the highest possible rating and can't wait to go back."Guest: AnnieB. Date of Stay: June 2012 Review Submitted: June 30, 2012View listing
"My family and I have been coming to Wawenock every summer for the past ten years. The place is a gem! We love everything about it --the quirky, unpretentious kitchen, the family photos and paintings scattered about, the rippled glass in the windows, the assortment of wooden rockers and wicker perfect for curling up with a book. It's like stepping back in time to a world that moves more slowly. What a relief there are still some places that haven't been "improved" with needless updates! Wawenock has that traditional Down East charm that is timeless."Guest: Lynne A. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 29, 2014View listing
"We enjoy our annual visits to this secluded home with its wonderful views across Herrick Bay. The home is private, quiet and a world away from the harried existence we live in the “real world”. Waking up with a yard full of wild turkeys or sighting deer on the property reminds us that coastal life at Sea Nest is a treasure. Located a short distance from Brooklin, this comfortable home is nicely furnished and provides ample space for you to share your holiday with family or friends. The nearby Wooden Boat School offers views of traditional, moored sailboats while walking the scenic grounds. The local roadways serve as peaceful bike trails. The Brooklin/Blue Hill area hosts a wide variety of outdoor activities, local restaurants, art galleries and local shops for your enjoyment. Sea Nest provides a unique escape from metropolitan living."Guest: Kalik Date of Stay: September 2011 Review Submitted: February 4, 2012View listing
"We would highly recommend staying at Close Call. The location was great; quiet, private with seemingly unlimited oceanfront to explore all within a short driving distance from excellent restaurants. Grocery stores and gas were also very close by. Bar Harbor was less than an hour away. The cottage was clean and comfortable and it was so peaceful there you couldn't help but relax and de-stress. The kids loved the access to the ocean the cottage provided. Two weeks would have been better! Hated to leave."Guest: Javaman Date of Stay: July 2009 Review Submitted: August 25, 2009View listing
Brooklin Travel Tips
Brooklin Vacation Rentals Offer a Relaxing Getaway
Brooklin is a quaint village where visitors come to escape the bustle of every day life. The best Brooklin lodging options are Brooklin vacation rentals. Rentals provide a sort of home away from home feel for vacationers and normally offer an array of amenities to choose from. The Acadia cottages are an excellent choice, especially when you want the privacy and space needed to truly relax during your trip.
Book a Sailing Charter
A popular past time in Brooklin is sailing. The view of Blue Hill Bay and the surrounding landscape is unrivaled during a sailing day trip. Some vacationers choose to bring their own sailboat to store at the Brooklin vacation rentals when they aren't out on the water. Other vacationers prefer to book a sailing charter with a local company such as Brooklin Charters. Make your sailing trip even more enjoyable by bringing along a tasty lunch or supper to enjoy on the water.
Enjoying the Local Cuisine
When staying at the Brooklin vacation rentals, you will likely want to eat most of your meals on your cottage patio. Making your own meals during a vacation is a great way to save money and enjoy the company of friends and loved ones. If you prefer to dine out, there are a few local restaurants such as Morning Moon Café and The Lookout that offer great food and a relaxed atmosphere.
Hiking Near Brooklin Lodging
The landscape surrounding Brooklin vacation rentals is breathtaking. One trail that you will want to hike during your stay is the School to the Sea Walking Trail. The trail is 3.5 miles long and worth every step. You can also just wander along the bay surrounding the Acadia cottages for a morning walk or evening stroll.