2 master bedroom suites opening onto the cedar deck with views of the field.
Kristin and Eric Stark
- english, spanish
What makes this House unique
This a great house for people who love simplicity and great art. The house is light-filled and restful, with plenty off places to read or just relax. The two bedroom suites are separated by a large living room, ensuring plenty of privacy. Each suite has it own entrance to the deck. The path to the bay is filled with wild flowers and places to picnic. It is an artist's paradise.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
generally no with some exceptions
Children not allowed
Not suitable for children under 10
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
We could not have enjoyed our visit to what we called the “mid-century modern” house in Waldoboro, Maine more. Filled with art and carefully selected true mid-century modern furniture, the home offered a modern, well-stocked kitchen, very comfortable rooms, and was spotless. Fresh flowers were on the table. There is a manicured path to a gravel beach on the adjacent property, and gracious hosts living next door. When we had trouble figuring out the cable access process, the owner graciously came over to demonstrate use of the remote controls. Multiple quiet air conditioning units allowed for custom temperature control. We used our stay as a base from which to explore local towns in Maine, and look forward to returning to the Mid-Century Modern Home.
It was a real pleasure to have Dave and Kathleen stay at the cottage. What I loved most was their appreciation for the art. Having been a gallery owner and then a curator, I understand that contemporary art isn’t for everyone, but what Dave didn’t know, he asked questions about. Come back anytime!
Some of the best dining opportunities in Mid-coast Maine are near Waldoboro. Centrally located between Rockland and Damariscotta there is always something to do.
Narrows Tavern, Friendship St, Waldoboro Local Pub, good food)
Moody’s Diner, Rte. 1, Waldoboro Mid-coast landmark
Borealis Breads, Rte. 1 Waldoboro
Extraordinary scones, bread and baked goods. Also great sandwiches.
Morse’s Sauerkraut & European Deli
3856 Washington Road, Waldoboro
In the middle of nowhere, a vast selection of imported specialty foods and cheese along with tasty German food that can be eaten in a cozy dining area. Open only for lunch.
Odd Alewives Farm Brewery
99 Old Rte. 1 Waldoboro
This is some the best small batch beer you will ever drink (some batches so small you can only drink it there)
Bring your own food and hang out in the pub or outside by the fire pit.
Broad Cove Marina
374 Medomak Rd., Off Rt. 32S
Open daily until 7:30pm
Best dock clams and lobster in area an only 10 minutes from house. Now also serving lobster rolls, oysters, scollops and a couple of landlubber selections.
Anchor Inn Restaurant , Round Pond Best view, good food
Damariscotta River Grill,
155 Main Street Nice view of river , best for lunch
Newcastle Publick House
Great pub atmosphere, good food)
52 Main Street, Newcastle
18 Central Oyster Bar & Grill
Delicious food and original cocktails. Wonderful to walk before or after dinner along the Rockport Harbor.
24 Central Street Rockport
Farm to table restaurant
Rockland: (too many to count)
2 South Main Street
Reservations needed. Delicious farm to table high-end food.
In Good Company
415 Main Street Rockalnd
Classic wine bar with great appetizers and dinner menu
488 Main Street Rockland
My favorite restaurant! Tell Sam Eric sent you!
St. George River Café
310 Main St. Warren
Wonderful place to get breakfast or lunch overlooking the river.
The food is great and people very friendly. Great antiquing right across the bridge!
Town Launch (one mile down Dutch Neck Rd. on left)
If you walk down the path through our field, there is a pebble beach at the bottom of a stairway from which you can swim at mid to high tide. You can access the path via the lane to the left of our barn. There is a tide schedule on the wall above the sink.
You can also swim off of the ramp at the Town Launch (one mile down Dutch Neck Rd on left).
Pete’s Pond. Access from ¾ mile marked path on Dutch Neck Rd. next community center or from Gross Neck Rd. (¼ mile down Dutch Neck Rd. from intersection with Rte. 32) Follow road for about a mile past Carterville to top of hill, entry on left down woodlot road (leave your car on the Gross Neck Rd.) The pond is a spring-fed kettle hole (135 ft deep at center) and is a local treasure and a beautiful place to swim.
Pemaquid Beach is a ½ hour away and has a lovely sandy ocean beach and a snack bar. It is a great place to spend the day with kids.
Damariscotta Lake Beach is 20 min away on Rte. 32N in Jefferson.
Boothbay Whale Watch
Camden Hills State Park
Monhegan Island (ferries from Port Clyde or New Harbor)
This island is one of the greatest treasures of Maine. Spend the day or do an overnight at one of the three historic inns. No cars and limited electricity make for a special day of quietude and reflection. The hiking trails take you to vistas that will take your breath away. Have lunch at the Fish House!
Kayak and Bike Rentals:
Maine Sport Outfitters
Rte. 1, Rockport
47 Main Street, Damariscotta
Waldoboro Historical Society
Main Street Waldoboro
Old German Church
Rte. 32 Waldoboro
Maine Coast Book Shop & Café, Main Street, Damariscotta, ME
Rock City Books & Coffee
328 Main Street, Rockland
Best local coffee roaster
Rte. 1, Thomaston
Lincoln County Community Theater
2 Theatre St., Damariscotta
345 Main Street, Rockland