House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
About Douglas Greenwood
My wife and I live in New Bern, NC.
Douglas Greenwood purchased this House in 2005
Why Douglas Greenwood chose Corea
We have vacationed in Maine for almost 20 years. Aside from it's natural beauty, it is the perfect place to escape from the heat of a North Carolina summer! We have guest reviews available and can provide you a link to read them upon request.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
- Refer to attached file for Cancellation, Damage & Liability Terms
Great place to relax away from everything!!@
We enjoyed the peace and quiet at this property.
My family just returned from a week at Many Waters cottage. This was the perfect home for my husband and I to get away and there was plenty of room for my son and his friend as well as my mom. The cottage is on a lovely bay with good kayaking at high tide. We recommend taking a trip to Jones Pond for warm water swimming and kayaking. Easy day trip to Bar Harbor and Corea and Winter Harbor are lovely. Home has kayak for your use and kitchen is very well appointed.
Comfortable with beautiful view
Many Waters is, as promised, comfortable and restful. The house is well equipped. The setting is quiet and private. Lots of books and videos to hunker down for a quiet evening in. Lots and lots of day trip options. A lovely getaway on the Maine coast.
Great having a washer/dryer after days roaming though the basement stairs are a bit of a challenge for old knees or the circumferentially challenged.
Enjoyed my stay thoroughly. Thanks to the Greenwood’s for sharing their wee bit of paradise.
Nice cabin with beautiful sunrises
Great location convenient to many hiking trails and Compobello Island. Beautiful area and peaceful.
Almost perfect. The weather was too hot and not what we expected. The cottage is lovely and comfortable.
We are minutes away from Acadia National Park at the Southern tip of the Schoodic Penninsula and from the Bar Harbor ferry in Winter Harbor.