Rockland STR Permit #STR63-18
Pendleton Place is a comfortable, two-bedroom 1849 home in Rockland's historic north end, within walking distance of downtown. Perfect for festivals and shopping, or as a home base for day trips around the Midcoast area.
This home shows its history with original wide-plank wood floors, but has been updated with an open floorplan and modern amenities. It features a cheerful, fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi, TV with free Netflix available for guests, plush beds, a large, antique dining table for enjoying meals together, washer and dryer, a south-facing deck with table and chairs perfect for relaxing at the end of a wonderful day, and a great location! At the bottom of the street, overlooking the bay, is Claws, Rockland's best lobster shack, and a quaint city park is just two doors up from the house. Breakfast is available at Hole in the Wall Bagels just down the street. If you prefer to eat natural/local/organic, or have food allergy concerns, Good Tern Food Co-Op is your place, and it's right at the end of the street.
The master bedroom features a queen bed with comfy mattress and charming antique furniture. Second bedroom has two single beds and large dressing area with mirror. Additional sleeping space for two kids or one teen/adult on full-size futon in main living area. Upstairs bathroom includes a tiled walk-in shower. Washer and dryer are available for washing laundry and towels as needed.
Owner/manager is just a phone call or text away to provide assistance, helpful suggestions for things to do in the area, or anything else you might need.
Pendleton Place is cleaned for each guest by Organiclean, a Midcoast business that specializes in chemical-free cleaning. We guarantee a spotless experience. Upon arrival, your beds will be all made up with crisp, clean sheets and freshly washed duvets. (Exception: clean linens for the futon are provided for guest use.)
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Located in the heart of Midcoast Maine, Rockland is a lovely harbor town that holds several events each summer, including the Lobster Festival, the North Atlantic Blues Festival, and the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show.
The Midcoast area offers many outstanding museums, historical sites, restaurants and outdoor activities as well as an abundance of natural beauty. Nearby attractions include several museums (Owl's Head Transportation Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum and Maine Lighthouse Museum, to name a few) and lots of outdoor activities (sailing cruises, kayak & paddleboat rentals, nature preserves, etc.). Nearby lakes, river and ocean provide all the water fun you can handle.
Summer in Maine is spectacular, with lots of sun and blue water, and an abundance of greenery to offset those beautiful, rocky beaches. Hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, cycling, shopping, museum visits and, of course, eating your fill of fresh, local food are highlights of the summer season.
In the fall, enjoy lively harvest festivals, crisp weather, and brilliant display of colorful leaves. Farmers' markets overflow with pumpkins and gourds, and evenings are perfect snuggling weather.
There's plenty to enjoy in the winter, as well! Nearby mountains provide venues for both downhill and cross-country skiing. The Toboggan Nationals in nearby Camden are a special treat - you'll want to book your lodging early!