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"My sister's family and ours stayed at Windiana for the week and could not have had a nicer time. The weather was perfect - warm sunny days and cool starry nights. Hiking, kayaking, and eating at the wonderful nearby restaurants made for a memorable week. Loons, eagles, and jumping fish everywhere. The owner made sure we had everything we needed and provided us with great ideas for things to do and places to go. I would go back in a minute!"
Guest: Alan P.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 30, 2015
"Loved our stay in this quaint but lovely home on Stonington Harbor this past July. The views were amazing - tranquil setting overlooking lobster boats and islands on the Gulf of Maine. You can spend the day on the deck just watching the harbor activities and the tidal swings. The house is fully appointed and comfortable - everything you need is provided and then some. We enjoyed walks to the little town of Stonington where there are great places to eat any meal of the day, shop or enjoy events at the Opera House. Short day trips to Barred Island, Sand Beach and Nervous Nellie's Jams and Jellies are highlights to name a few that are close by. A trip to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor were great as well as the boat ride to Isle of Haut which is right down the street. Best of all is the use of the kayaks and going to the nearby islands for a swim in a quarry, relax on a beautiful sandy beach or just enjoy the clear waters. Couldn't be more perfect and look forward to returning! Thanks to owner Barbara Wescott for making this a most enjoyable time!"
Guest: Pat R.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: September 1, 2015
Wonderful place to stay while visiting Acadia National Park!
"We stayed for 3 nights at Acadia Meadow. Our host gave us about 20 items to choose from that were growing in their garden and we were delighted when we received them later that day. Everything was so beautiful and delicious that we had a gourmet dinner! The back picture window looks out over a meadow and we saw wild turkeys close to the house the first evening. We would definitely stay there again. It is only 4 miles into Bar Harbor, but out in the country, close to an entry point to Acadia National Park. Wonderful!"
Guest: Katherine I.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 8, 2015
"The house is nicer than in the pictures, for sure. It's very spacious and comfortable, and has most everything you need. We were a group of five adults, and never felt crowded. I agree with the other reviewer, it's a good balance of rustic character and modern conveniences. The screened in porch is an excellent place to read a book or do a jigsaw puzzle. The lake is beautiful and extremely quiet (it seemed like the other sections of the lake were more populated). We loved hanging out on the dock and swimming out to the swim float. There are a few things that would make it more perfect - a new set of knives and silverware, and a ladder at the end of the dock (there are a lot of rocks, so a bit tricky to get in the water). Yes, it's a bit of a drive down the road to the house, but it's not at all bumpy, so they have done a good job at grading it – no problem at all. It's quite convenient to Blue Hill and other locations - we zipped to the Blue Hill food coop a few times, had lobster rolls at Bagaduce Lunch, and went to the amazing pizza night at Tinder Hearth Bakery. We have rented many lake houses in the area, and this ranks among the best."
Guest: Cathy E.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 13, 2015