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Recent Acadia property reviews

  • We Love Quarterdeck.

    "I'm 11 and this Summer I'll be going to Quarterdeck for 3 years with my family. I have a 13 year old brother,a Mom, and a Dad. We've been going to Maine for 6 years and Quarterdeck was clearly the best because it's right on the water, it's near Acadia (Acadia's were we go hiking every day), it's relaxing, and it has a yard so my Dad and I can play football. The beach is great, but you need sandels that can get wet because it's all rock. My family has a great time every time we go to Quarterdeck. Over all, Quarterdeck is the best house we've been to."
    Guest: Julia B. Date of Stay: June 2009 Review Submitted: February 28, 2010
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  • Week Long Vacation in Maine

    "We used to live in New England and always loved Maine so my mom and dad, brother and his wife, and my family decided to make the 15 hour trip to this rental in Stonington. The pictures don't really do the rental justice. It has so much character and everything about it makes you feel like you are at home. My kids loved walking on the sea shell covered beach at low tide and finding new treasures every tide cycle. We tried kayaking for the first time and found a new sense of adventure. The little cove is perfect for getting your sea legs and the bay is perfect for when you get enough confidence to explore one of the many uninhabited islands within easy reach of the houses dock. Everyone in Stonington was great, the town is gorgeous and the farmers markets are great. We sampled many of the local goods including lots and lots of lobstah. Lobster is cheaper than a cheeseburger this year. I can't say enough good about the property. We hope to make it back in a couple of years. Some basic questions you may have: Q. Do we need to bring groceries with us? A. No, food and other supplies were very reasonably priced and they had a very good selection at the Burnt Cove Market, plus you have several large chains only an hour away in Ellsworth. In fact we arrived at 6PM on a Sunday and were able to find and procure most of what we needed that evening. Q. Linens? A. All were provided and were very clean. Q. Is there enough to do on Deer Isle for a week? A. Yes, I could have easily stayed on the island for a week between biking, boating, walking, eating, drinking and fishing. However, if you do need a slightly faster pace for a day or two Bar Harbor is only a little over an hour away as is Ellsworth."
    Guest: Brandon L. Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: June 19, 2013
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  • Fantastic house

    "I rented Woodberry for a week for my family to come visit. I fealt like I was walking into a dream on arrival. The pictures do not do the place justice. It is as nice as it can be while remaining homey and warm. Having so many things to do from the rocky shore to golf right down the road. Can't say enough, loved it. Also the owners were very pleasant to deal with."
    Guest: local Date of Stay: October 2011 Review Submitted: October 15, 2011
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  • Restful family vacation spot

    "We just returned from a week at this very special house. It was perfect for our family of 4 (including kids ages 8 and 4). The house was comfortable and a great size, clean, and had beautiful views of the water. But what's really special about this place is the property. The coastline is varied and intriguing and changes with every tide. If you have kids who love to explore outside, this is a fantastic spot. A few tips/comments specifically for families with young kids: - The rocks down by the water are a lovely place to hang out, but the deck and yard are also nice places to play and offer some variety for the times when you can't be supervising the kids down by the water (e.g. making dinner). - It helped us to bring enough food to last through the first day, then we went shopping and bought a carefully-planned list of supplies to last the rest of the week. The closest large market is about 20-25 minutes away, so plan accordingly. The minute you get there no one will want to leave to do anything so mundane as grocery shopping! - The water was very calm and cold, but swimmable, in August. Next time we will bring some inflatable inner tubes or rafts to do a little floating on the water. - Favorite activities: exploring the rocks, shell collecting, skipping stones (the rocks there are shale and very flat), finding ocean creatures (crabs, sea urchins), collecting mussels and cooking them for dinner, swimming - You will definitely need water shoes for wading in the water due to barnacles and sea urchins. Also, we dressed the 4-year-old in floaties down by the water for peace of mind in case she fell in. It's mostly shallow, but still good to be cautious. - The TV is hidden away in a cupboard, which for us was a plus. The kids never even mentioned it all week, so it never came out. - Having a washer/dryer was really nice - we packed light and did a laundry midweek. - We had a couple of very nice dinners out. One at El El Frijoles (surprisingly good Mexican style food) and a fancier dinner at the Whale's Rib. Whale's Rib has a bocce court on the side which was a nice way to wrap up our meal, or to do if you are waiting for a table (best to make a reservation). - Really enjoyed a trip to Nervous Nellie's Jams and Jellies. The kids could have stayed all afternoon playing in the sculpture area."
    Guest: Carrie Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: August 29, 2013
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