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Recent St. George reviews
"This is exactly what you want when you go to Maine. Great location at the end of a dirt road so it was very private (we brought our dogs and they loved the yard and we felt safe with them being able to run). Wallace's market is close by for the essentials and an awesome lobster roll. You can be at the docks getting super fresh lobster within minutes. We were really relaxed and thought the house had great amenities, like the kayaks, grills and board games. The deck was fantastic and we spent a lot of time on it just enjoying the great view to the cove"
Guest: Scott R.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 21, 2015
"The house was comfortable for 4 adults and 4 children. We really enjoyed the large deck area and yard. The location was easy access to a put-in for paddle boards and kayaks. Easy trip to Rockland and Camden. We enjoyed walking to the small grocery store and biking to Drift In Beach. St. George/Tenants Harbor/Port Clyde are lovely."
Guest: Christina G.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 30, 2015
"We stayed on the deck and steamed lobsters and drank wine every day. It was what we needed. Couldn't be better. Sorry we missed Jerry but his sister showed us the place and left us alone unless we needed anything. Plenty of places to buy live or cooked lobsters/rolls. We went out once for dinner at the Waterfront Restaurant. Really nice place. Be advised if you go there you will have to park on the street but its a short walk and worth it. The house was clean and everything worked as it should. No problems and an overall GREAT break from the real world. Tip. I would try to get past Wiscasset earlier or later to avoid the traffic. Maybe stay in Rockland Friday night before you arrive. Otherwise add an hour for traffic on Rt1 north bound at 1pm-5pm."
Guest: Matt B.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 6, 2015
"My Sisters and I picked Maine this year for our annual family get together.I happened upon this house on VRBO and loved it immediately. There are essentially three wings to the house which made it easy for our families to get together but also to spend time separate if needed. There were fresh linens including towels when we arrived. The view from all the windows overlooking the Cove was amazing every day. Our favorite part of the day was watching the tide roll in and out. The house was completely outfitted with dishes, pots and pans, and a grill to give us all the comforts of home. We were conveniently located to everything including sailing,deep sea fishing,wandering art exhibits and state parks. The owners had two Kayaks there which the kids loved using. They even made sure there were life jackets randomly sized for everyone. Mark and Alice took some of us our on their boat for a joyful couple hours. There are several fresh fish/lobster options right down the road. You can stop by the Co-op and purchase fresh lobster from the fisherman or visit the fishing Co-op right outside of town where the local fishermen bring their fish to sell. The owners not only invested to make sure we had a comfortable place to stay, they went out of their way to share the reasons they love the area. Those little known facts about a place you just can't Google such as locations famous for paintings like N.C. Wyeth. My only regret is we had to leave this little bit of paradise to come back home. Great Memories made in the rental and Port Clyde. We will be visiting again soon!"
Guest: Angel MaleDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 4, 2015