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Recent Acadia reviews

  • Clean & comfortable

    "Our family stayed here during our 1st trip to Maine. The house was very clean and nicely decorated. The beds were all comfortable and the kitchen had pretty much everything you needed if you decided to cook while there. It was nice to have a comfortable, quiet place to go to at the end of the day after being busy exploring all of MDI during the day. There were some great restaurants in town and all the major attractions are within 1/2 hour away."
    Guest: Tina Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • DeCo

    "A delightfully simple and comfortable cottage. This was our second stay. We felt like we had arrived "home" when we checked-in and at the end of every day of adventure on the Island. You can tell that this vacation home is well-loved by it's owners and we share that sentiment. The location is a short walk to the ocean and downtown. A little longer walk into Acadia or a short drive to the park. The cottage is located in a quiet neighborhood filled with delightful people."
    Guest: DeCo Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 28, 2014
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  • Best view in town!!! And direct waterfront access and kayaks!

    "Such an amazing house - layout, location, amenities - all of it contributed to our relaxing and fun-filled family vacation. We visited with our 2 kids (3 and 5 years old) and their grandparents. Kids loved running around the back deck/porch that wraps around half the house. Sunset dinners on the deck. Lobster feast with fresh lobsters from the lobster co-op - 2 lobster pots and as many shell crackers and pick you could need. Kayaking among the sleeping lobster boats at sunset with the gorgeous "Stonington light." Just sitting in the living room, facing the harbor, and watching the graceful action on the harbor - meditative. Master suite is spacious and set apart from the other bedrooms which are located on the 2nd floor. Plenty of places in the house for sharing a family meal - in the dining room, the breakfast area, table on the back deck, picnic table on the dock. And, plenty of places to kick back and relax around the house - reclining chairs on the back deck, daybed in the front of the house, comfy living room sofa, additional living room chairs. All times of day are beautiful times of day at this house - don't miss the amazing stars in the night sky! Walk to everything on Main Street including the excellent restaurant Aragosta. Two doors down from the Factory Tavern restaurant which makes it convenient to try to secure a last minute reservation. A few steps up the hill from the Isle Au Haut mailboat ferry to secure your 'first come, first served" ferry tickets in the morning. A short drive to Sand Beach (so much more than your typical beach - be sure to check it out), Barred Island (magical hike through moss carpeted woods to the island - go around low tide (+/- 3 hours), and take the kids to Nervous Nellie's - in addition to making and selling jam, there's entertaining and eccentric art on a life-sized scale. Also, a short drive to sailboat rentals (and other vessels) at Old Quarry Adventures. A short drive to Burnt Cove Market for groceries. We spent 2 weeks in Stonington, the 2nd week in this house - could not have been better. Make sure to take advantage of the kayaks - sunset is the best time of day - no traffic in the harbor, beautiful setting, seal spotting. Plenty of lifejackets provided for adults and kids. We've stayed in many vacation rental houses over the years in different areas of the country for family vacations and this was definitely one of the best!"
    Guest: Amie H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014
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  • Million dollar view

    "A clean and cozy cottage with with an amazing view across the waters of Frenchman's Bay to the mountains of Acadia -- and the cruise ships visiting Bar Harbor! We loved the place, despite the fact that certain aspects have gone beyond shabby/chic to just plain shabby. This mid-century cottage needs some sprucing up, not to make it chic or luxurious, but keep it reasonably attractive and in good working order. I think the people who would rent this place would be, like us, interested in savoring the beauties of the place, and would not be using the cottage merely as a place to sleep. It's distance from the noise and crowds is one of its chief features, and so a little more attention to the upkeep of the cottage would guarantee that folks like us would rave about the place and we would make a point of returning. I checked the box to recommend this cottage for those over 55 but should include the caveat that the lawn is treacherously uneven and that there's quite a drop from the first stair to the lawn. This comes as a surprise especially when one is going out. Otherwise the one-floor layout is ideal."
    Guest: sandypond man Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 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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