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Recent Port Clyde property reviews

  • Loved This Cottage!

    "My family and I really enjoyed the cottage. My kids especially loved that the beach was within walking distance so they could go every day when it was low tide. I would definitely recommend this cottage to any family looking for a quiet, restful beach vacation. We were able to mark "Eating lobster in Maine" off my mom's bucket list! We enjoyed eating at the Black Harpoon, The Happy Clam, Harjula's icecream and the School House Bakery. We bought live lobster from Miller's and they were deee-licious! :) Jeanine was very nice and helpful and worked with us so we could bring my parents' two yorkies with us also."
    Guest: Inspiredbyink Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • 4 old friends having a reunion.

    "Beautiful! This house provides a place to find serenity and contentment; to de-stress and relax. One week is not long enough. The owners represent the best in hospitality. The attention to detail in the house is amazing. Can't think of what we needed that wasn't provided even when the owner had to make a special trip to get it. The beds are comfortable, views are spectacular, location is convenient to Port Clyde General Store and 2 restaurants. Rent a kayak and cruise the coastline. Sit on the deck and watch the ducks, eagles, hummingbird, and herons. Smell the salt air mixed liberally with the beautiful roses. Can't wait to come back."
    Guest: CJ Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 25, 2014
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  • Great place. great time.

    "The Drift Inn Cottage met and exceeded our expectations. Drift Inn beach is an absolute jewel with its constantly changing tides and weather and the house and grounds are beautiful. The pictures are nice, but the views and accommodations once you arrive are better than you could've imagined. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting interesting and friendly beachgoers; walking to the Marshall Pt. Lighthouse and hanging out at the Port Clyde general store and the entire waterfront area in general. I find Port Clyde to be incredibly charming and picturesque. We had hoped to travel out to Camden and Rockland etc., but everything we really wanted or needed was right at our front porch so we were more than content to enjoy the wonderful convenience of our very own beach. This place is gorgeous, comfortable, well designed and fun. The place sells itself. We enjoyed our stay thoroughly"
    Guest: Big fan Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Beautiful cottage

    "We arrived on a glorious day, and am thankful for the advice to arrive on Sunday, since our departure from Maine the following Saturday showed backups for miles with all the people trying to get in to the great state of Maine! The cottage is as pictured with both east and west views-warm sun on your face at breakfast and then sunsets out on the "slab" were wonderful even on our cloudy and foggy days. We were greeted and welcomed by Jim and Anne, and had all our things over in one trip, and learned all we needed quickly. I loved hearing the one of the homes in view across the bay was part of the Wyeth family at one point in time. We spent most of our time near the waters edge, looking for treasure, watching boats going by and kayaking. We did not have great weather so some days were spent indoors by the fire reading, playing games, etc. The heavy fog made us want to stay in instead of crossing over to the mainlaind. The boys (ages 9, 11) became quite skilled at badminton and loved playing at all hours, even in the rain. The outdoor shower was quite a hit, and it was easier to get the young boys to shower due to it. If you are a tall female you might wish the wall was a bit higher. ;-) We had lobster daily and enjoyed the prices at the PC General store, $3.35/lb. all the days we were there. The cottage had everything we needed and wanted. The trail through the back of the island was a bit overgrown for my boys to fight through but we had plenty of other things to do. We only saw one neighbor and this was limited too. All in all, a wonderful time! We would have liked better weather, but there is nothing that Nancy and Jeff can do about that. I would/will recommend this to any one who likes the privacy and beauty that Maine has to offer. Thank you for a wonderful time!"
    Guest: Maine Susanne Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 29, 2013
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Port Clyde Travel Tips

Port Clyde Vacation Rentals in Port Clyde, Maine

When you think of hotel accommodations, what comes to mind? The small room, crowded hallways, and lack of privacy are just a few of the downsides to hotel and resort stays. Now think of Mid Coast Islands cottages with ocean views, endless amenities, and privacy for your family. Port Clyde vacation rentals stomp the competition by offering visitors a chance to feel like they're at a home away from home. It's a great opportunity to live like a local and enjoy the neighboring attractions while still having the option to throw in a load of laundry or make lunch in the spacious kitchen.

Enjoy the New England Charm in Port Clyde

Many of the available Mid Coast Island cottages offer several ocean views, backyards with mature trees, and fully-furnished rooms with luxurious bedding. When you choose to go with Port Clyde vacation rentals, you're choosing first-class accommodations. Relax during your stay in Port Clyde! Enjoy the quaint village around you.

Port Clyde Lodging with Proximity in Mind

A lot of the vacation rentals available are in close proximity to an array of Port Clyde must-sees. Enjoy the fishing village, Village Ice Cream, Marshall Point Lighthouse, and the historic museum. The beautiful beach overlooks several islands and may be just a short distance from your front door. Take a walk around Port Clyde and check out the antique stores, outdoor restaurants, and art galleries.

Port Clyde Cottages: The Perfect Summer Retreat

Vacation rentals offer travelers a chance to curl up with a good book while listening to ocean sounds just feet away. Rather than planning your itinerary in a cold hotel room, do it from the comfort of your own personal cottage. The stunning views from your vacation rental in Port Clyde will be enough to make you want to stay.

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