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Recent Mid-Coast & Islands reviews

  • Wonderful!

    "We vacationed for years in the Bath/Brunswick area, so we were a little apprehensive about staying in Tenant’s Harbor. Let me say, we were not disappointed. The house was perfect for our family, very clean and well-maintained. We were able to spread out with room to spare! We spent a lot of time on the screened-in porch which accommodated our entire family (11 of us!). Port Clyde, the neighboring village, is small, but quaint. It is very clean and has a pier with comfortable chairs for relaxing while enjoying the surrounding sights and sounds. Just what you expect a tiny fishing village on the coast of Maine to be. The general store has a lot to offer along with a café, which I hope to try next time. The Dip Net, a seafood restaurant directly on the water, is a great place to spend an evening. The food was great, and you just can’t beat the view! The nearby beach (about a mile away), Drift Inn, is wonderful! It’s perfect for adults and children. When the tide is out, there is a wide stretch of sandy beach. It’s a popular spot for paddle boarding and kayaking. We took the harbor cruise from Port Clyde to Monhegan Island. What a nice experience! The nearest big town, Rockland, has a lot to offer, plenty of convenience with grocery stores, etc. The old part of Rockland, Main Street, is great, with lots of shops and restaurants. We ate at The Pearl one night. It’s right on the water, and the food was amazing! Rockport, Camden and Belfast are also a short drive away. All in all, a great place to stay!"
    Guest: Dena Y. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014
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  • Repeat vacationers

    "location on Spruce Point & great owners to deal with & very nice cottage make for great vacation.this was second time we have stayed there & plan returning again."
    Guest: Ken Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
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  • Girls Getaway

    "Our group of six women travelers spent a week in September at this wonderful cottage along with two dogs. Some of us made full use of the canoe and kayaks for touring the lake and getting some exercise while others made use of the comfy decks and lounge chairs. The water was warm enough to swim and we took full advantage. We took turns cooking in the very well equipped kitchen and only left the cottage for a trip to Belfast for shopping and lunch. On the two nights when it was chilly we made a fire in the fireplace and were toasty warm in the living room. There were nearby hiking trails and we enjoyed walks in the woods with the dogs. It was a great relaxing vacation for all of us."
    Guest: Joan S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 21, 2014
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  • wonderful place but not handicap accessible

    "We recently spent a week in this most-beautiful home and setting. With one strong exception - see below - the house was as advertised and more. The kitchen had everything you could possibly want, including coffee grinders, juicers, and even a bread maker. The house itself was large enough to acomodate the eight we had, and the fenced-in yard was perfect for dogs. There was a good gate at the top of the stairs to prevent the toddler and dogs from going down. We felt totally comfortable and welcome and would highly recommend it. However, this is not a house for the mobility impaired, and is most definitely not wheelchair accessible. The first problem is a moderately sloped walkway from parking area to house, which was covered with shells. The path is beautiful but very treacherous and exhausting for the person on a walker; she wound up leaving the house only once the week we were there. In addition the master bedroom and bath were big and modern but the bathroom had no grab bars, making toileting and showering difficult and hazardous. A suggestion to the owners: put a door outside the second bedroom. Since the only way to ensure privacy in that bedroom is to close the door at the kitchen, this effectively removed the bathroom from general use. Two people used that bathroom, and everyone else went to the basement."
    Guest: Kathy Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 15, 2014
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Mid-Coast & Islands Travel Tips

Maine Rentals for Picturesque Convenience

If you are looking for a vacation destination that is charming and rustic, consider booking one of the many Maine rentals. This small but robust state has a wealth of attractions to offer. For a short stay in Maine, consider one of the cozy Maine cottages. If you are planning to stay longer, other Maine lodging options may be better choices.

Maine Rentals Are Full of Amenities

The rugged coastline of Maine, dotted with picturesque lighthouses, will provide you with a vacation like no other. To truly make the most of your time here, it is important to make sure that you have selected the best Maine lodging. While you could certainly rent a hotel room, Maine rentals such as vacation homes and Maine cottages provide so many additional benefits. After spending a long day exploring the coastline, checking out the quaint shops and treating yourself to Maine lobster, it will be nice to be able to return back to a comfortable vacation rental. Most of the rental homes in the state provide amenities that you will not find in hotel rooms, such as full kitchens, spacious living areas, fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs.

Maine Cottages Offer So Much to Do nearby

During your time in Maine, you may wish to take one of the historical tours offered in many of the towns throughout the state. This is a great way to learn more about the local area. Another option to consider is getting in some time fishing or boating, both of which are quite popular throughout the state. Your Maine rentals will be conveniently located for you to enjoy all of these activities.

Maine Lodging in the Fall

If you plan your trip to Maine during the fall, there is simply nothing better than taking a scenic drive through the byways and enjoying the glorious fall foliage. After returning to one of the Maine cottages you have rented, build a roaring fire and snuggle under a cozy blanket. Bookings for Maine lodging can be easily made online, allowing you many cottages or larger vacation homes to choose from for your upcoming trip.

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