Elegant Ground Floor Apartment in Historic 1862 Sea Captain's House. Revel in English and American period antiques and original works of art, oil paintings, watercolors and prints. Dine off fine English china. Relish beautiful French fabric curtains and handmade quilts.
Lovingly restored and renovated to exacting standards, the house retains its original features, wood floors and gracious moldings.
Master bedroom with double bed, en-suite bathroom, TV. Second bedroom with two twin beds. Both bedrooms air-conditioned. Clean fresh linens and comforter covers.
Main bathroom with shower over tub. En-suite bathroom with shower. Both provided with plentiful towels and wash cloths. Shower gel, shampoo and conditioner supplied.
Stately Dining Room, with period English furniture and polished oak table and chairs.
Charming and cosy Living Room with comfortable armchairs, sofa-bed and TV. Wood stove, firewood provided.
Spacious eat-in Kitchen with period English table and chairs. Excellent appliances, including dishwasher & washer-dryer. Coffee maker, toaster, microwave, stove, full complement of pots, pans and cookware.
Desk area adjacent to kitchen. High-speed internet and wi-fi throughout house.
Large deck with table, chairs and umbrella. Charcoal BBQ (charcoal supplied). Fire pit, chairs and picnic table in garden. Firewood supplied.
Private entrances. Ample parking. Minutes from historic main street. The Captain Zadoc F. Brewster House is perfectly located to explore the Rockland & Camden Area, Penobscot Bay, Maine Lighthouses & Islands, and Acadia National Park.
Local Attractions: Visit the outstanding Farnsworth Art Museum or the world famous Owls Head Transportation Museum. Stroll through Rockland's art gallery district - fifteen galleries in all. Walk out on Rockland Breakwater to visit the lighthouse.
Drive to Owls Head, Marshall Point and Pemaquid Lighthouses. Drive to Camden and Rockport, beautiful towns and lovely harbors.
Drive up or climb Mount Battie for spectacular views over Penobscot Bay.
Take a ferry to Vinalhaven, North Haven, Isleboro or Monhegan and experience island life. Enjoy an evening out at one of Rockland's wonderful restaurants, pubs and wine bars.
Spring, Summer and Fall Activities: Whatever the season, whatever the sport, there's something for you here in the Rockland area. Stroll, walk, run, or hike. Rent a bike or a kayak. Take a windjammer cruise. Go deep sea fishing. Go rock climbing at Camden Hills State Park. Golf at 'one of the 75 best golf courses in the country', or at two other public courses.
Explore the fascinating communities on the numerous peninsulas nearby and inland. Fall foliage is spectacular.
Winter Activities: Cross country ski on local trails or down hill ski nearby at Camden Snow Bowl. Or take the worthwhile trip to the famous Sugarloaf Mountain area. Tobaggan or watch the World Tobaggan Championships at Camden Bowl. Ice climb in the Camden Hills. Ice boat on the frozen lakes. Or cook up a storm in our lovely kitchen and settle by a roaring fire to read or watch TV.