Walk to the beach, enjoy the Saturday Farmers' Market
Nick and Alice Seeger
- english, dutch
About Nick and Alice Seeger
Nick and Alice Seeger fell in love with Penobscot Bay more than a decade ago while sailing from the Hudson River. They pulled up stakes from the Hudson Valley in New York to followed their dream and make Belfast their home! Nick is a musician who plays guitar and banjo Alice is a weaver and photographer. We walk to the shore every day with Jazzy our English Labrador Retriever, and spend time with friends playing music and sharing pot luck. Come spend time in our little corner of paradise. Nick and Alice look forward to helping make your Maine vacation fun and relaxing.
Nick and Alice Seeger purchased this Apartment in 2013
Why Nick and Alice Seeger chose Belfast
We love architecture, old houses and anything antique. This house was built by a ship builder in 1855! George Washing Cottrell built 17 beautiful three and four masted schooners in a large barn right here on the original property and launched them at the end of Race Street. Keeping and old house in shape takes a bit of work, whatever the project, it feels always like having a conversation with GW Cottrell.
What makes this Apartment unique
We are close to everything! The shore, Saturday Farmers' Market, Main Street or City Park... all just an easy stroll away. There are also trails in Belfast that meander through the harbor then along the "Passy" river where you might spot a Bald Eagle. Artists, Musicians, Organic Farmers and Lobstermen call Belfast home. What more can I say?
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Wonderful stay in Belfast
We stayed four nights at Chez Seeger and were very satisfied. The beds and linens were very comfortable. The house was very clean and had everything we needed. Nick was very friendly and helpful. The town of Belfast was adorable. Highly recommend!
Wonderful house, wonderful location, wonderful town
The house is VERY well furnished (especially the kitchen). The house is very well situated in Belfast. You can walk to the ocean, the farmers market (which is great), restaurants and bars. The hosts are friendly and very helpful and knowledgeable. We had a great weekend and would recommend the house and town!
Good Experience here
Charming host and hostess. Very helpful. Good location for spending time in the interesting town of Belfast. Good quality linens. . Internet TV might be a problem for some people
We had a great time in Belfast. Alice greeted us when we arrived and showed us around her very clean and beautifully decorated house. She had everything we needed in the kitchen and the bathroom with big fluffy towels. It was a very hot and humid weekend. Alice provided us with several fans to keep cool. I don't have AC at my house so I didn't have a problem with it. The other guest with us are used to AC. So they were a bit uncomfortable. Overall everyone was happy with their stay.
Great stay! Super Clean, great location, spacious & had everything we needed for a perfect vacay!
Very clean, spacious home that is very comfortable for a family. It is well thought out and has everything you could want or may need for your Maine coastal stay. The location is close to downtown, parks and shops. Great fire pit in the backyard and really wonderful home. We really enjoyed our stay and will be renting here again in the future.
Chez Seeger is located in Belfast Maine, where the Passassawakeag River flows into Penobscot Bay. From our home you may walk to the shore or into town along the harbor walk. The United Farmers' Market is just down the street offering the freshest local produce every Saturday from 9am - 2pm. The summer is filled with festivals, live music and garden tours. You can live like a local anytime of year! Step out on First Friday to Belfast Flying Shoes Contra Dance, Saturday morning there's Tai Chi, or sign up for one of the many Yoga Classes. Bring your bicycle, or rent one in town, peddle the Rail Trail or tour Waldo County to discover talented artists, hidden brew pubs, and authentic country stores tucked into the beautiful countryside. If you run out of things to do, Acadia National Park is a nice day trip, or take to the sea on one of Maine's Windjammer vessels.