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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Portland & Casco Bay reviews

  • Perfect visit back home

    "We rented the Orr's Cottage as our vacation home/honeymoon home and it was fantastic. The home is tucked away and has the quiet and privacy of being in a wooded area, but is just steps to the cove (and you can even see the ocean a bit from the window). Being a native Mainer (that now lives in Colorado), it was so nice to fall asleep and wake up to the sounds of Maine. The house is very roomy and comfortable. Everyone I spoke to agreed that we got a great deal on our stay. Would definitely rent this property again for our next vacation!"
    Guest: Kimber B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 24, 2014
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  • Great Cosy Cottage

    "We had a great time in Portland ME, thanks to this very comfortable, cozy and clean cottage. It had everything we needed."
    Guest: Mark T. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014
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  • Quiet getaway for two

    "If you're looking for the real Maine, the Maine that's not the T-shirt-and-trickets tourist atmosphere of Camden, Boothbay, and Bar Harbor, the Maine of friendly people, fresh-off-the-boat seafood, bracing hikes, gorgeous scenery, quiet waterfront mornings and evenings, go to Harpswell. And if you are two, stay in this cozy cottage on Quahog Cove off Harpswell Island Road. Within driving distance to all the ordinary sites -- we had lattes in Camden, bought art in Brunswick, visited the Wyeth collection in Rockland, toured Boothbay's old neighborhoods -- "Cozy" is perfect for an intimate week for two. The cottage is well appointed: the bed is comfortable, the little porch is perfect for a 5:00 wine (or two), the bathroom is more than we expected for so small a cottage, the dock is inviting, and sunrise over the cove was worth the price in itself. Even in mid-October, the cottage was toasty and comfy. Additional and unexpected: a French press coffee maker, a huge closet, a huge shower, a fully furnished kitchen, and lobstermen who work their traps practically in your front yard every morning. And John and Karen had fresh flowers awaiting us. The cottage was spotless and well maintained. After two days, it felt like home. A delightful week away."
    Guest: Anne Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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  • Great spot for a girls' weekend!

    "A dozen of us rented this place for my sister's 40th birthday weekend, and we had a wonderful time. The house is laid out beautifully, with a bathroom, nice big livingroom, the hot tub, and most of the bedrooms upstairs. Downstairs is a large open layout with the pool table, another living room, the kitchen, dining area, and bathroom with another bedroom off of it. The kitchen was small but well supplied, and we made good use of the long bar off of the kitchen! We were able to spread out throughout the house, with ample room for relaxing, playing games, playing pool, or just sitting and chatting. We had plenty of space to enjoy several different games and puzzles at the same time. The only disappointment was that the motor in the hot tub was not working, so we were not able to use it. The only thing that kept us from giving the property a 5 star rating is that the cleaning was not very thorough. We were the first guests staying at the property after the winter, so I know that the first clean was a big job, but there were quite a few things that were missed. That said, the management was very attentive to any requests that we had, and even let us check in early and check out late because it was still the off season. The surrounding area is very beautiful - you are on the beach, and there are small stores within walking distance. I think it would be a great place to stay in the summer - it was still on the cold side when we were there, so we staying inside most of the time. I would definitely stay at this property again. It would be perfect for a family gathering or a girls' weekend. Thanks to the stair lift that goes upstairs and down, my grandmother was even able to join us for a few hours."
    Guest: Stephanie H. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 17, 2014
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Falmouth Foreside Travel Tips

Falmouth Foreside Vacation Rentals are the Perfect Choice for Boating Enthusiasts

Whether you are interested in Falmouth Foreside vacation rentals like rustic cabins, charming bed and breakfast inns, luxury suite, or corporate apartments, Falmouth Foreside, Maine offers incredible vacation rentals and deals. It is also one of Maine's great boating centers and home to the Portland Yacht Club, the second-oldest yacht club in the United States.

Casco Bay Cottages Offer Close Proximity to the Pier

This picturesque village has a charming town landing and pier where visitors enjoy the vibrant scene of Casco Bay, filled with sailboats and the yachting fleets of the area. It's also a great spot to view spectacular sunrises and sunsets. You can spend your time boating or just enjoying the sights of a bustling pier and the ocean. Falmouth Foreside lodging lets you experience the boating scene at Casco Bay in an up-close and personal way.

Falmouth Foreside Has a Small Town Feel While Being Close to Big Town Amenities

The town market in Falmouth Foreside includes a local grocery store where you can purchase live lobsters. Five minutes away is the larger city of Falmouth, which offers restaurants, golf courses, theaters, an ice skating rink and parks and recreational facilities. In the Falmouth Foreside area, there is outdoor recreation which includes cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the wintertime, and boating, sailing, fishing, hiking, biking, and golf in the summer. Portland, Maine's largest city, is just a ten minute drive away and attractions include the Portland Museum of Art, the famous Old Port area with its boutiques, art galleries, and bookstores, as well as sightseeing excursions to the many nearby islands of Casco Bay. Falmouth Foreside vacation rentals give you the chance for great boating opportunities as well as being able to explore the local artistic and recreational activities that are at your fingertips.

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