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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"Online and approaching appears a fantastic vacation cottage, but upon entering one realizes it is truly a lovely decorated and totally comfortable home. The owners paid attention to detail and certainly did not hesitate to think of the comfort of their renters. We always relaxed on either of the two perfect porches. Georgetown's seemingly remote location is a large part of its attraction as the area offers beautiful views, picturesque sunsets, a nearby private beach - all to be enjoyed in extreme quiet. The drive from the highway to Georgetown has to be executed cautiously but is not without its merit. We saw herds of as well as individual deer on every trip. Georgetown is a paradise for anyone who loves being on, in, or near beautiful bodies of water. It is certainly a kayaker's dream.The girls, ages four and six, loved searching for sea glass at the private beach and for sand dollars at Popham Beach (forty minutes away but well worth the time). Should one tire of the sand and surf, there are boat tours, shopping, and great restaurants in nearby Bath and Brunswick. Two of our favorites were Five Islands Lobster Company and the Sea Dogs Brewery (totally acceptable restaurant for children). We all loved every minute we spent at the beach home as well as in and near Georgetown! We're looking forward to a return stay."
Guest: Joann S.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 2, 2015
"After spending most of August and September at 3 Bay Point in Georgetown, we are relaxed, refreshed and now long for all that we had on such a small and secluded island in Maine. First, the house itself, which was completely renovated about 10 years ago, is both true to the original architecture while also offering modern bathrooms and a very workable kitchen that is both rustic in feel and able to stand up to all of our cooking. It is immediately evident that décor is the result of an artist’s eye. The entire four bedroom, three full bath house is filled with art and artifacts so that you are regularly resting your eyes on an enchanting new detail previously overlooked. Not an easy thing considering we were there for nearly two months! The grounds are lovely, with a variety of spots to hang out, including a stone backyard fire pit!
Deborah, the property owner was a joy to have nearby in the attached renovated barn. Deb is charming, charismatic, and is extremely responsive to any and all questions or requests. Toaster broken? No problem! A new toaster the next day. Thank you for everything Deb. We miss you!
The house is within a five minute drive to Reid State Park. We went to Reid nearly every afternoon to walk around the rocks and enjoy the many views of the water and islands. There are few commercial establishments on the island, but you can exist there without going to (the mainland if you wish. Or you can go to charming, nearby, Bath, Maine for whatever you may need. Georgetown is an excellent starting place for easy day trips to places like Wiscasset, Portland, Freeport and Boothbay Harbor.
Deborah will fill you in on everything you need to know and where to go for what.
All in all, this large, charming property is a perfect home away from home."
Guest: Marcia F.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: October 10, 2015
"My family just had the most enjoyable week ever. Enjoyed morning coffee and the quiet surroundings on the screened in porch overlooking the water. The cottage was clean and comfortable with all the necessities for the kitchen. The kids read a book and a half during our stay. You have access to a park pass, so we enjoyed two days at Reid State park beaches. Great boogie boarding. Even close enough to ride to the beach on our bicycles. The location is perfect close enough to Booth Bay Harbor to go on a Whale Watch and visit Burnt Island Lighthouse and Bath to visit Maine Maritime Museum. Amazing place. And Patti and Steve are wonderful hosts. Wish we had found this years ago."
Guest: Paula H.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 26, 2015