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Recent Acadia reviews

  • Heaven on earth!

    "Words can't express the beauty waiting for you in Maine! Pictures can't do justice to the breathtaking property and words can't relate what considerate hosts Chelcey and her husband were during our stay at the Rugosa. My family and I loved the convenient location near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, and the complete privacy of the cottage. We were able to spot porpoises, harbor seals, sea otters, loons, and whitetail deer without even leaving our deck! Our daughters loved exploring the private beach at both low and high tides, and the fire pit was a beautiful location for watching the sun set in the evening. For the kids, the beautiful pool are was a great treat-- even our 5 year old dove off the diving rock into the deep end! What a confidence builder! If you are looking to unplug and relax, and just renew your spirit, this is the property for you!! We are eagerly looking forward to staying here again-- the sooner the better!"
    Guest: Paula L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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  • Great place in a great location!

    "We stayed in this apartment during August. The location was terrific for us--walking distance to Island Explorer bus stop (highly recommend for exploring Acadia) and various shops and restaurants. Parking is restricted to 2 hours at a time on many Bar Harbor streets including in front of the apartment, but we were always able to find unrestricted parking a few blocks away. Some nights, the crowd from a bar next door was loud, but we were able to mask it by running a fan for white noise. Mo and Scott were very hospitable and responsive to questions. We highly recommend this rental and hope to return someday!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 28, 2016
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  • Simply Spectacular

    "The title says it all, a "charming, 2BR oceanfront cottage with stunning views". 2016 was our first experience with Apple Cottage, and it was simply spectacular. The cottage exceeded all expectations - well appointed, super clean, comfortable, quiet, and the view is probably the best on the East Coast - you can simply sit all day and enjoy the gentle breezes and every changing ocean landscape. A venue and experience that will call you back!"
    Guest: Terry Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 26, 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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