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Recent Mid-Coast & Islands property reviews

  • Historic Belfast Apartment

    "My husband and I chose this Belfast apartment for our "base" in our week-long Maine experience. While Belfast is a perfect location to explore mid-coast Maine, the apartment is in a great location in downtown Belfast close to restaurants, shops and the harbor. We enjoyed sitting on the deck looking at the beautiful harbor view each morning and evening. The bright and modern kitchen had all the necessary utensils--we took advantage of them and made a great breakfast each morning! The living room was spacious and well-furnished. The bedroom had a very comfortable bed and plenty of closet space. The bathroom was charming and nicely kept. The owner, Archie, did an excellent job of helping us with any questions or concerns. We couldn't be happier with our experience and would whole-heartedly recommend this apartment."
    Guest: P&B Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: August 26, 2013
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  • Comfy, roomy private apartment

    "We really liked this well-appointed apartment, which doesn't share any walls with any other units so it's very private. Great central downtown location with an upstairs deck, but no view. Loved the roomy bedroom with a king-sized bed. Small-ish bathroom, but meets all your needs. Great compact kitchen with full-sized refrigerator. Separate dining room. Off-street parking in lot next door. Very friendly and helpful owners."
    Guest: S Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014
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  • September Stay

    "Hi Lisa, I just wanted everyone to know this house was so quiet and peaceful. You can walk to a small bridge that overlooks the water. It was wonderful here and not far down the road is a small country store that everyone talked and talked with you about where you were from and if you are having a great time. We did a lot of site seeing and down time in the evenings. Thanks again for your hospitality."
    Guest: Leanne Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 30, 2013
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  • Location, Location, Location!!!

    "The Tides certainly lives up to the description of "breathtaking ocean views." We rented the house for a week with two other couples and every single one of us had the same reaction when we walked out onto the deck for the first time - "WOW!" We all quickly got into the habit of getting up early, grabbing a cup of coffee and heading out to the deck to watch the boats in the little harbor as they came and went, with the cocktail hour spent in the same manner. Throughout the entire week, none of us grew at all tired of just looking out over the perfectly manicured property to the water. At the entrance of the harbor is Andrew Wythe's island (his son, Jamie, evidently lives there now), and the one evening it was foggy the island seemed to appear and disappear repeatedly, a truly memorable sight. The house itself was immaculate, with so many charming personal touches that it felt much more like a real home than a rental property. The owner, Skye Bruce, was very pleasant and helpful. The location itself was perfect - one of our company enjoyed taking a short walk each morning to the Tenants Harbor General Store for the daily papers, several evenings we went next door to the East Wind Inn for a delicious dinner, and also found the Inn a wonderful place for breakfast (the blueberry pancakes are awesome). Thomaston was about 20 minutes away, Rockland about 25 minutes, and Port Clyde less than 15. Port Clyde has a fascinating general store where you can get everything from fresh-off-the-boat live lobsters to pizza, and a lovely gift shop upstairs. The Dip Net restaurant in back of the store was a favorite spot for lunch, and a great ice cream shop is just up the street. We were there early in June, and several of the restaurants that we had wanted to try didn't open until the middle of the month, but two that we would heartily recommend are the Craignair Inn in Spruce Head, which has great charm, and the Harpoon Restaurant between Tenants Harbor and Port Clyde (the bar there is lively, with peanut shells on the floor, and the separate dining room is decorated in a fun, eclectic manner with great food). The one issue which I feel should be mentioned is that the house does consist of several levels, and the stairs are all quite steep and narrow (although the owners have provided sturdy railings), and this could present a problem for anyone having mobility issues. Other than that, I would not only recommend The Tides, but hope to return in the future!"
    Guest: Sillyoldbear Date of Stay: June 2010 Review Submitted: July 2, 2010
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