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"This was our second year to spend a week in September at the Carousel. We will definitely want to return again and again. The house is beautifully located on a bluff overlooking the ocean with a deck that offers gorgeous views of the sunrise, the ocean with working lobster boats and, of course, the sound of surf pounding below. One special feature that we loved was the way the sun warms the deck in the morning so that even on chilly September morings it was comfortable to sit outside and enjoy coffee with the view. Inside, the house is well equipped for cooking and relaxing. We loved the comfortable living room with its many windows, making it possible to enjoy the view even on rainy or stormy days. There are two bedrooms downstairs, each with its own bathroom (beautifully rennovated) and a bed upstairs in the loft. The only problem I could find with the house is that a couple sleeping upstairs cannot access a bathroom without going through one of the downstairs bedrooms. If children are sleeping in the loft ths might be ok, but not for, say, a third couple. Otherwise, I would say the house is perfect. If you prefer to do something other than sit on the deck, there are lovely places to visit nearby - for example, the Marshall Point Lighthouse, the little village of Port Clyde, Drift-in Beach, the Lobster Lane Used Bookstore (unfortunately only open on weekends) and Monhegan Island which has a nice boat ride to get there and some wonderful hiking. The house and its surroundings are all a very special experience!"
Guest: Connecticut travelerDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 17, 2015
"Small, but just what 'the doctor ordered', this spot was fabulous for our needs. We had a great time in Spruce Head at the Tree House. For two weeks we drove up and down the coast, around Owls Head, Rockland, further north...and down to Port Clyde/ Marshall Point Light. Great location and the little apartment has everything you really need. We appreciated coming home to privacy and quiet, too. We'd recommend this to any couple looking to get away, as long as stairs are not a problem. Thanks so much for the hospitality! We hope to be back."
Guest: Nancy M.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 26, 2015
"I booked this cabin to have a place mid-coast in order to easily travel north or south. It was perfect for two people. Although compact, everything needed for an enjoyable stay was there, a fully equipped kitchen, no TV (thank you for that!), radio and a varied selection of CD's, comfortable bed, many windows, and mostly peace and quiet. The cabin was very clean and cozy, very welcoming. If I revisit the area, I'll check to see if this cabin is available first!"
Guest: Amy M.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 19, 2015
"Our family had a wonderful vacation at this property. The home is very spacious and well equipped. There beautiful views from the many windows in the living room and from the balcony in the master bedroom which was large and extremely comfortable. There is a lovely screened in porch to sit in and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Sheepscot river below. We rented kayaks in town and had them delivered and enjoyed the water almost every day. The house is convenient to Bath, Damariscotta and Boothbay Harbor. For dinner don't miss the Montsweag Roadhouse (comfort food) or the Newcastle Public House (organic, local). This home is very clean and has all the modern necessities. Would definitely choose Riverwind again."
Guest: Pat & DonnaDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 2, 2015