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Recent Mid-Coast & Islands property reviews

  • Missing Maine Already!

    "I was lucky girl to be asked by my best friend, of 25 years, to join her on a getaway to Maine. The trip was a gift from her loving husband. After a 20 hour ride in the car, we walked into An Tigin and the first minute there, we looked at one another and said “We’ll be back!” Your photos on line do not begin to capture the magic within the walls and outside. We felt like we were staying in a spotless home filled with everything one could possible need, instead of a vacation rental. Comfy beds, nice linens and fluffy pillows were greatly appreciated. If one takes the time to look at your photo albums on the coffee table, they’ll learn how much a labor of love went inside. The weather was not in our favor but we loved every moment. Our best times we’re just laughing while we flew kites in the rain and talking as we picked up shells on Capitol Island. There is something about the ocean that soothes the soul! Thank you for allowing two friends to rekindle our friendship and feel refreshed. We loved meeting you and felt as if you could have been one of our friends back home in Michigan! What I will miss the most is the view out the front bedroom window every morning. (So much so, that I took a photo while standing at the window so I will always have it to remember.) The only thing one could want for from an Tigin is to spend more time there! With fond memories, Cyndi ~ Michigan"
    Guest: cyndi c. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 31, 2014
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  • Cozy Cottage within Walking Distance of the Town

    "The owner greeted us with late arrival and we were very impressed with the accommodation. It is located up on the hill overlooking the harbor. Even though we went to watch the 4th of July fireworks and were rained out it was a fabulous place to stay. We wished there were two queen beds instead of the one but made it work and it would be nice if the toilet paper was better than 1-ply, but these are minor things in the grand scheme of it all. We would definitely stay here again in the future!"
    Guest: Frank T. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Loooved this cabin on Biscay Pond, Damariscotta, Maine!

    "I spent a full month in this cabin and was very comfortable and happy! It's not a 5 star hotel, but that wasn't what I wanted or needed. The beds were comfortable, the kitchen had everything I needed, and the shower had good pressure. There's a wonderful sunporch overlooking the lake where I drank my coffee and ate my meals. It was very quiet there with very little traffic on a dirt lane. I swam everyday in the lake, the temperature was perfect. It's only 3 miles to town where there's everything you could need yet far enough out to be away from the hustle and bustle. The owner is reachable if you might need help with anything. I highly recommend this cottage! I loooved my month on Biscay Pond:)"
    Guest: Margaret E. Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: August 4, 2013
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  • Lovely home base in Wiscasset

    "Our group of 5 adults thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this roomy well-appointed cottage. The listing and photos on this site are perfectly accurate, the property's clean and welcoming, and the owner Ann-Marie's very friendly and helpful. We relaxed in the comfy sun room in the mornings before heading out to Camden, Bath, Portland, Boothbay Harbor, Freeport, and other picturesque towns that are an easy drive from Wiscasset. We strolled the nearby antique stores, and loved that our favorite overstuffed lobster rolls at Red's Eats were only a block or so away! Sarah's Cafe down the street also has terrific food, and the ice cream shop next to Red's was also visited by us many times. Be sure to check out the little booths near Sprague's (across the street from Red's) so you can buy marvelous local fruit jams/jellies/syrups from Forgotten Recipes -- we get them for ourselves and to give as gifts. The spacious dining room table was excellent for playing board and card games, and we also spent an evening in the front parlor (with its beautiful views of the waterway) playing Cards Against Humanity thanks to a couple of handy folding tables. The dining room also supported our feasts when we chose to bring home dinner or use the excellent kitchen amenities. If you like eating whole lobsters, go to Gilman's in nearby Bath -- they'll steam them for you if you wish, and put them in a styrofoam container to keep them hot for the trip back to the house (we returned the container to them the next day) where you can dine in bug-free comfort. Five Islands near Georgetown is also excellent, but bring plenty of bug spray if you eat at the picnic tables. Both places have soft-shell lobsters early and mid-July; not edible like soft-shelled crabs, but very easy to crack open. Having a washer/dryer was handy, allowing us to pack light as we could do laundry as needed. It's great that plenty of linens are provided, too, including towels for swimming use. We may well return to this lovely place in the future. The only drawbacks I can think of are that the staircase to the upper floor is rather steep with narrow treads, and tall people may bump their heads in the upstairs rooms. Terrific vacation spot!"
    Guest: Nanci Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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