Located in a peaceful and unspoiled Downeast setting just a short distance from Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Ellsworth, Milbridge, Machias etc
Oceanfront cottage on Gouldsboro bay with views of Cadillac Mountain and open ocean. Private setting.
A peaceful retreat for readers, authors, or artists. Watch bald eagles, terns, loons, numerous waterfowl and seabirds from the comfort of our screened in porch or on the granite beach area in the front. Delight in the occasional sighting of harbor seals and porpoise. Enjoy spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Learn about the working lobster/fishing harbor while watching the fishing vessels travel in and out of the bay.
Take day trips to Bar Harbor or Eastport for unique shopping and whale watching cruises. Bring your picture ID, birth certificate, or passport and visit Campobello Island and Roosevelt's Cottage which is the only International Park in the world. Stay at camp and feast on fresh off the boat lobsters purchased from one of several nearby lobster pounds while enjoying the peace and quiet around you.
Amenities: Satellite TV, DVD player. Full Kitchen including Microwave, Coffeemaker, Blender, & Toaster. Cooking Utensils and Linens provided, Washer & Dryer, Gas Grill (BBQ); Children's Games and Adult Board Games and puzzles. Sleeps 5-7 people. There is one bedroom with a double bed and two small enclosed sleeping areas. One of these enclosures has a set of bunkbeds and a small dresser. The second one has a single bed and dresser. There is a futon in the living room which can be made into a double bed.
Activities (on site or nearby): Hiking, Mountain Climbing, Golf, Fishing, Hunting, Wildlife Viewing, Horseback Riding, Shopping, Restaurants, Cinemas, Museums, Antique stores, Sightseeing, Boating, Sailing, Just 20 minutes from Schoodic area of Acadia National Park and 1 hour from the Cadillac area of Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor which offers many other activities. Many Lakes nearby with children’s activities. Many brochures with activities and locations in the camp.