Enjoy the wonderful ambience of this quiet riverfront getaway ideally situated to explore the Maine coast by river or by car. Take in the fresh salt air, listen to the birds sing, enjoy sightings of bald eagles, seals in the cove at high tide, and clammers hard at work, earning a traditional Maine living.
2 BR, 1 BA, sleeps 4
Hagen’s Hollow offers all you need for a comfortable stay. This 1,500 square foot space has two bedrooms with queen beds (blow-up mattresses available for extra children) a large, newly renovated bathroom, well-equipped eat-in kitchen, spacious closets, washer and dryer, living room area with TV, stereo and WIFI, a screened in patio with direct riverfront views, outdoor fire pit and grill.
The unit comes equipped with two single kayaks and a double, and two bicycles for your enjoyment. There is a path close to your entrance where kayaks can be put in (it’s tidal and water/mud shoes recommended) and another put-in area approximately 800 feet away, or about a minute’s walk. Here, you can sit on park benches and enjoy the views of a small island, the local oyster farms (this area is called the Napa for Oysters), or enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day as you take in the splendid westerly views and gorgeous sunsets.
Guests can access the unit through the side yard where there is a lit path leading to a private entrance. The owners occupy the upper level of the main house, but you will not see them unless you need assistance.
Nearby Attractions: This location is 1.5 miles from the center of town, an hour north of Portland, a 20-minute drive to Pemaquid Point lighthouse, Boothbay Harbor and Bath; a 40-minute drive to the charming village of Camden, and just two hours to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
The area’s highlights include: lighthouses, Pemaquid Beach, Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, lakes and beaches, artists’ galleries, a local movie theater, award-winning restaurants, antiquing, hiking, nature preserves, fishing, birding, Monhegan Island, whale watching, breweries, distilleries, golf courses, farmers’ markets, lobster pounds and oyster farms. There’s something to delight both young and old alike.
In case you haven’t heard, Damariscotta was recently voted the #1 spot to visit in Country Living’s article, “40 American Towns You Haven’t Heard of but Should Visit ASAP.” See the article at
We look forward to welcoming you to Hagen’s Hollow.