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Recent Hancock reviews

  • Loved it!

    "We stayed here in late August and absolutely loved it! The house had everything we needed. There was plenty of space for our family of five, and the kids loved exploring the house! It is ideally located, about 20 minutes from Acadia, Bar Harbor and Schoodic. Plenty to do! Swimming at Blunt's Pond or in Frenchman's Bay, hiking, SUP boarding at Long pond - just to name a few! The weather was beautiful, warm days and cool evenings , so the lack of air conditioning was not an issue. There were plenty of fans in the house if needed. We are looking forward to coming back next year!"
    Guest: victoria p. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 18, 2016
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  • So Relaxing

    "I have rented several cabins over the years and have never been to one as fully equipped as the "Looney Lodge". There were 4 children (2-15), 3 adults and a dog -- all of whom were fully occupied with the activities available. We only spent 1 day at Acadia because we were so happy being at the cabin. Everything from WiFi for the cell phone-addicted teens to Smores at night. The ducks were even friendly. Everything was exactly as described."
    Guest: Begonia03 Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 26, 2016
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  • Charming farmhouse, isolated location, striking distance to everything

    "My wife, our ten and seven year old children, our dog, and I spent a wonderful and relaxing week in Lamoine. The farmhouse is rustic and charming. The property offers children lots of opportunities to play and explore. The stars are amazing. While rustic, modern amenities are also available: WIFI, satellite TV, and a bluetooth stereo receiver. There are a number of things to do that are minutes away. Lamoine Beach and Raccoon Cove are spots for foraging clams and mussels, kayaking, or watching the sunrise. While my daughter painted the sunrise at Lamoine Beach, I foraged some rose hips and we made rose hip jam, adding some of the crab apples that grow behind the farmhouse for pectin. There's al fresco pizza available at the nearby goat farm, Seal Cove Farm. There are fresh egg sellers and lobster boils along the road on the way into Elseworth. Elseworth has super markets for stocking up and Roster Brother's for gourmet cheese, cold cuts and dry goods. They have excellent coffee. We had lunch at Serendib, a Sri Lankan restaurant, in Elseworth, which was very, very good. We visited Acadia three times and it's about a 30 minute drive to the Mt. Desert Island part of the park. We also visited Scoodic Point which is a longer drive, but well worth a visit. The Down East Maine Coast is a beautiful place, affording many opportunities for good times and good food. We'll definitely be back and would stay at Fox Hollow again. Other things worth checking out: - Acadia Deep Sea Fishing, they send you home with lobster from their traps. It's a rather long trip and not the best if you're prone to sea sickness - J & P's Farm Market in Trenton, good local produce, frozen Herring Brothers steaks. - Morning Glory Bakery in Bar Harbor"
    Guest: Edward Z. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 5, 2016
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  • Everything we hoped for and more

    "Great view. The chairs were put to good use watching the tide come in and out and watching the full moon rise over the trees and water. The house was in excellent shape and very comfortable. Everything you need is provided. Extras included maps and brochures to help you plan your week. Very quiet and away from the crowds, but an easy drive to get to Acadia and Bar Harbor area. Enjoyed the hiking in Acadia National Park. There is something for everyone."
    Guest: Carol B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 26, 2016
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