About the property
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay7 - 30 nights
Two bedroom, 1.5 baths, sleeps 4-6
Diana's Dew Drop 2: Warm and inviting, this charming old farmhouse on the coast of Maine has been beautifully renovated into a delightful mix of old and new! A spacious great room with views of the harbor, combines living and dining, and a fully equipped compact kitchen and half bath on the first floor. Upstairs are two beautifully furnished bedrooms; one very large bedroom with two twins and another with a queen and separate full bath. A large and private lawn rolls gently down to the water's edge to an old boat house with comfortable cushioned seating perfect for warm evening sunset.
A unique and completely independent unit is attached by one wall; Dew Drop 3 with three bedrooms and two full baths, can be offered together with Dew Drop 2 (two bedrooms, 1.5 baths), sleeping a total of of 10-12 for large family gatherings!
As part of our rental application we do ask for two references from previous rental companies/agents/homeowners etc.
Long-term renters in our off-season, which is from October 22nd through April 22nd, are responsible for paying all utilities in addition to their lease amounts. We also require background check and references on all long-term guests.
Veronika Carlson, Manager, Linda Bean's Perfect Maine Vacation Rentals
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- Response time:
- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- May 26, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
The house was lovely, open, spacious. I’m sure it was the most scenic view in all of beautiful Port Clyde. I’m a photographer and caught stunning views of sunsets, the Milky Way core, and lobster boats all right from the yard. The kitchen is a bit small, but was just fine for simple meals. Loved having the General Store just a short walk away. I SO enjoyed my stay, I absolutely hated to leave.
Thank you for staying with us and a wonderful review!
If anything was wrong, i would say so. I have nothing to say except -I shall Return.
Great location -sunshine- views- screens to let air in. the second floor bathroom set-up, going down stairs 3 steps, is unique. I like it. Like so many of the Port Clyde homes, there is no air conditioner. If there was, we sure never needed it. Used the heat a little in the evening at times, and warmed up right away. Just about the best home-awayfrom home I ever saw.
Thank you for staying with us and we will see you next year!
Clean, large, and charming. Well situated for great views as well as proximity to stores and road.
We were a group of eight older adults who rented both houses for a week. Pros were the charm factor, which was perfect. The views were unforgettable. The little cabin down on the shore was an ideal spot to enjoy a glass of wine before dinner. Cleanliness was great, and we sure appreciated the washers and dryers. Cons (and this first one was not the fault of the houses) were that some members of our group proved to be a little too infirm to comfortably navigate the stairs in either cottage, but managed in Dew Drop II by using extreme caution. Also, double beds don't work very well for almost any couple. Queens would have been much appreciated. One of our group slept on the couch the entire week. We went to the nearby docks the first day and bought 16 lobsters from a lobsterman, a great experience for people who live far away from the ocean. However, trying to cook them was a chore as there wasn't a pot in either kitchen big enough for all of them. The "clambake" double pot overflowed all over the cooktop and took three times as long to cook fewer lobsters than the smaller regular type pot, which also overflowed all over the cooktop. It took 45 minutes to clean it up. The group ate and socialized in Dew Drop II, which had a larger table arrangement but also a tiny apartment sized stove, so the meal (several meals) was cooked in Dew Drop III and then carried over. As well, one more large coffee maker would have been welcome. Fortunately, one of the group had brought hers from home. The attractive line-up of Adirondack chairs on the lawn was used, but one of them had rotten slats that broke when one of our group sat in it. Summing up, what we loved most about our stay was the incomparable view, the cabin on the shore, the ability to get to Rockland and Camden easily and fairly quickly despite being at the end of a peninsula, and the ease of taking the ferry to Monhegan. The cottages were long on charm but short on some necessary kitchen supplies, queen-size beds, safe stairs, and maintenance of outdoor furniture. We would recommend this property to younger people.
Thank you for your review and staying with us! We will be going through this rental properties this fall and will make some of the updated suggestions.
Bright lofted spaces define this cottage that rests at the edge of a working fisherman's port. Port Clyde has the feeling of a clustered Cornwall fishing village.
The cottage glistens with its scrubbed welcome. The Linda Bean staff leaves no seashell unturned. The expectations of their guests are their priority, to make their time in their residences fondly memorable from the high standards of cleanliness to L.L.Bean linens to the lights-on greeting on arrival.
Any concerns are quickly responded to with care and courtesy.
It will be a unique experience for any guests who choose to stay here.
Thank you for staying with us!