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Recent Sedgwick reviews

  • Enjoyed our stsy at the Parker House.

    "If you are in this neck of woods, you owe it to yourself to.consider the Parker House! I can't think of anything that wasn't provided. Well stocked kitchen with staples and cookware. Nothing was missing. We had a small problem with the wifi connection, but John was on top of it super fast. The house was welcoming and warm. Loved all of the antiques throughout the house. Our dogs took advantage of the huge backyard. Tons of space to run and play. I highly recommend staying at the Parker House."
    Guest: Mary L Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 14, 2016
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  • Excellent and Authentic Maine Wedding Venue

    "My husband and I hosted our far-flung family at Edgehill for a week in early August that culminated in our wedding celebration. People are still talking about how amazing Edgehill was as a location, and there are even hopes to return every year for a family reunion! The rambling house is big enough for everyone and gives you plenty of options for gathering in large groups or small, and even for catching some alone time when needed. Our days were full of local adventures: day trips to Acadia and Four Seasons Farm, fishing in the mill pond, hikes in the woods and along the blueberry fields, and daily walks down to the ocean for swimming, kayaking, and tidepool adventuring. We had around 17 people staying at the house and another 10 people staying at a house next door and we hosted nightly dinners at Edgehill for everyone! Having two kitchens was helpful, but the main kitchen was large enough to comfortably prep meals for the group. Our wedding ceremony was held in the woods down by the pond, and all of our guests agreed that it was a magical location. Our reception was held in the barn, with seated table service for just under 50. This was followed by a Contra dance. The setting of the barn was so charming for the party, and during the week it provided plenty of entertainment for the children and teenagers in our group (particularly the rope swing and basketball hoop). Margeret was a pleasure to correspond with, and helped us in making our stay pleasant and stress-free. While we were there there was no internet, but we hear from Margaret that this may be changing soon. While having wi-fi would have been convenient at times, we loved unplugging when there and there were no complaints from our large family - even from the very plugged-in teenagers! Margaret was kind enough to lead us to locations nearby where we could use wi-fi when needed, and this turned out to be the perfect solution. We feel so lucky that we found Edgehill for our celebration, and that it will, hopefully, be a part of future family vacations."
    Guest: Heide M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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  • Woods Pond Retreat

    "Woods Pond Retreat welcomes you with a deep, silent, loving embrace. This is a place of concentric circles of loving kindness. Woods and Pond embrace this dwelling whose curved walls, folded ceilings and 30 windows embrace you and the woods and the pond. Outside in. Inside out. The stillness and quiet begin to work their magic on you the minute you get out of the car. Kannon, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, greets you on the front porch. Awanadjo, "Small Misty Mountain", Blue Hill, is the Guardian Spirit watching over this place. The wind finds its many voices by gently and sometimes not so gently blowing through twisted and gnarled cedars, balsam firs, high bush blueberries, and low growing shrubs of all kinds. Bullfrogs, loons, coyotes and crickets sing the nightway chant. There are dragonflies of all colors. By the dock, pickerelweed and lilies bloom. This the best place for dragonfly viewing. Kayaks and canoes are the only water craft plying the pond. The bedroom is shaped liked an origami crane. Sleeping in the warm bed, the heart of the crane, one is surrounded by the starry night shining in through all the windows above and around. In the main room sitting at the round cherry wood table, looking out the third window from the west, there by the pond, stands a tree. I called it "tuning fork" tree. It is a cedar. Be prepared to be re-attuned. The Pond and these Woods speak softly, slowly and clearly. Be prepared to weep. Remember to ask about the secret of the Kitchen Kannon."
    Guest: Mary Ellen M. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 19, 2016
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  • Enchanting vacation home

    "This house set among an apple orchard with spectacular views of Blue Hill exudes charm and is steeped in family tradition. Perfect location convenient to the quaint village with all the services needed. Enjoyed cooking in the fully equipped kitchen. We will definitely return to this lovely vacation home."
    Guest: Rene Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 29, 2016
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