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Recent Acadia reviews

  • Beautiful welcoming home

    "Hello, This home is gorgeous! From the moment you step inside, you feel welcome. It's spotless clean. The views are breathtaking and you can't help but find time just slips away as you enjoy the ocean views. The hum of the lobster boats in the cove is so relaxing. We had a good time exploring the area. The lobster coop at Corea is a great way to plan dinner. A visit to the Bartlett Winery was fun. We went to Millbridge to take a boat tour with Robertson Sea Tours. Visiting the "Bold Coast of Maine" was so much more special staying at this home. Thank you for sharing your lovely home."
    Guest: Sharon Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014
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  • Simply Perfect!

    "The Wayfaring Mermaid Suite is simply gorgeous...it is one of the few places I have visited where the actual property is even better than the photos. My mom and I were able to enjoy this beautiful apartment in the most perfect location, along with my 2 year-old daughter. It is clean, well- stocked, comfortable, well appointed...I was able to set up a pack and play in the bedroom, and my mom used the sofa sleeper in the main room. She said it was very comfortable, and she loved the breeze from the open windows! The bedroom bed was just as wonderful as my own bed! Monique and Joe are both so kind, and the attention to detail when building this unit is very impressive! Joe is a highly skilled craftsman, and he handcrafted the entire apartment...gorgeous (I know I am using this word a great deal...but, it's the best word to describe this place). The courtyard, which we didn't get to spend nearly enough time enjoying, was adorable... We were able to walk to the Chart House Restaurant, which is just steps from the apartment; we also took advantage of the ice cream shop at the end of the street, as well! The rocky beach (also steps from the apartment), was the perfect spot for photos! It was a quick two minute drive to the Acadia National Park and just minutes to downtown Bar Harbor. You must visit Cadillac Mountain! I lived in Hawaii for two years (which has always been my favorite place on earth), and I really think Bar Harbor and the park might have moved past the islands:) We took a little drive to Bass Harbor, which was also gorgeous (beautiful sunset by the lighthouse). If you're looking for the perfect place to in the most perfect location...this is exactly where you need to stay! I hope to be able to return and enjoy this property with my husband!"
    Guest: LK Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 16, 2014
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  • Quiet respite

    "This cottage is exactly as pictured, or better. I was seeking a quiet haven to unplug (no wifi) and relax from city stress - and, pulling in, I knew I'd found the place. One can kayak right off the front yard (we used our klepper). Gail let us use a canoe (hers). There is not a soul around save the occaisonal lobsterboat in the distance. No noise. A few eagles and seals. We didn't venture out for dinner (living in Europe, we get good food) - but who needs to with a view like that! The sunsets were beautiful. We did cook on the grill and unwind with a glass of wine on the enclosed porch overlooking the bay. The galley kitchen has a granite countertop and the photo doesn't do it justice. The local wine & cheese shop is actually well appointed, a nice surprise. The cottage is very clean, also a relief as I am picky. Gail is a very caring owner. She loves her home and having people enjoy it, it shows in her attention to detail. Several wildflower bouquets awaited us! And a chest of blankets for cool days on the porch. The drive to Mount Desert Island is about 40 min if one so desires to venture out. Seeing sunrise on Mt Cadillac on a clear day (get there 30' prior for best colours), hiking Gorham trail or seeing Schoodic Point were nice. But Quiet Cove has nothing to envy from Acadia. In sum, with its isolation and enclosed private porch, it's better (no people, no bugs). (This stay prompted my husband to dig about close properties for sale). I strongly recommend this place for those seeking a nice, quiet, authentic piece of Maine nature and not the ticky tack of tourist traps. You will not regret it."
    Guest: Jen G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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  • A Man of Few Words

    "We stayed for a week in August of 2014. The house was excellent; clean, well kept with all the basics & more to live and cook for a week. But who wants to cook with all that Lobstaah!!!"
    Guest: Richard Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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Corea Travel Tips

Corea Vacation Rentals Offers the Relaxation you Need

If you are searching for a vacation where you can get away from the crowds and just relax, then Corea is the place for you. This rustic fishing village offers unparalleled tranquility and a breathtaking landscape. The best Corea lodging option is to stay with Corea vacation rentals so that you will have the privacy needed to unwind and enjoy your trip. Many Acadia cottages are located directly on the water, which only enhances your view of the landscape.

Hit the Trails

The main attraction of Corea is the area's landscape. This area is beautiful, and you will likely spend most of your time here outside the Corea vacation rentals relaxing and breathing in the fresh air. One way to see the outdoors is by hiking or biking the trails surrounding the Acadia cottages. You will want to spend one day on the trails in the Acadia National Forest. The Schoodic Peninsula, which is an entrance into the Acadia National Forest, is about 7 miles from Corea, so this is a great starting point for your day of hiking or biking. Be sure to pack a lunch at the Corea vacation rentals to bring and enjoy along the way.

Try a Fishing Charter

Fishing is also a mainstay in Corea. Some vacationers bring along their own gear and boats to store at the Corea vacation rentals. However, you can also book a fishing charter with a local company if you want to pack lightly for your vacation. Colson's Charters is a local company that offers fishing charters. They also offer sightseeing excursions if you prefer to skip the fishing and see the landscape instead. Be sure to call ahead for pricing and availability.

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