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Recent Sullivan reviews

  • Our October Stay in Maine

    "Things we enjoyed: The coziness of the cottage is to be experienced firsthand. Early morning coffee and tea, enjoying the spectacular view off the deck; watching the early morning fog as it lifts and the magnificent sunrise across the bay. The stillness, peacefulness and fall colors can’t be described with words. Sitting on the deck with a good glass of wine and listening to the sound of the water with an occasional fire in a great fire pit on the beach is a must. Visiting the harbor in Blue Hill to buy fresh lobsters off the boat from a very nice fisherman was a highlight for our trip to Maine. Eating them was even better. Places we visited were Acadia, Winter Harbor, Bass Harbor, Bar Harbor, Seal Harbor, Blue Hill, Ellsworth and Schoodic Peninsula. Some of the high lights were the Harbor Porpoises along Schoodic Peninsula, the views from Cadillac Mountain Summit, The Blue Hill Wine Shop for friendly service; accepting of our dog and a great sandwich and cappuccino. Also very knowledgeable about wine. If you like to cook, visit Roaster Brother cooks store in Ellsworth. We had a wonderful time on a sunset sail with Downeast Windjammer Cruise Lines in Bar Harbor. You can bring your own bottle of wine to enjoy while enjoying the views during sunset. Some of the best food we enjoyed we found at J M Gerrish Café, Winter Harbor, friendly, accepting of our dog and the best blueberry pie ever. Seafood Ketch, Bass Harbor, the best lobster roll and a great location with the dog. Flexit Café in Ellsworth was a nice change of pace. The Fish House Grill on the pier in Bar Harbor was very good food, good service and the best Clam Chowder. Black Dinah Chocolates purchased in Blue Hill at the Fair Winds Fresh Flower shop were exceptional. For a quick bite to eat in a very busy area such as Bar Harbor, Downeast Deli and Box Lunch Co., was a good find. On our way to Winter Harbor, we stopped in Hancock at a place called Sullivan Harbor Farms and found the best maple glazed smoked salmon ever. If you like to knit, Shirley’s Yarns, Crafts and gifts in Hancock had a large variety of yarns, some local hand died yarns. There was also The Yarn Shop on the road to Blue Hill with only the basic’s and in the flower shop in Blue Hill (previously mentioned) had limited supply of yarn but all from Maine and hand died. All of this, Thanks to Dee and the opportunity she gave us by opening up her peace of paradise for us to experience. Thanks again, Dee. Mark and Chris Tribby"
    Guest: Mark T. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 15, 2016
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  • Beautiful Oceanfront Mansion with magnificent views of Bar Harbor and Cadillac Mountain

    "Beautiful home with views of Bar Harbor. Its what you think Maine should be. Huge home with nice furnishings and top shelf appliances and granite counter tops. Lobster boats pull up next door and you can buy lobsters directly from them. We had an awesome time going to Acacia National Park, Cadillac Mountain, Bar Harbor. Huge yard and firepits and an enormous dock if you bring your boat. Wish we could live here always!"
    Guest: Megan & Norbert Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 16, 2016
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  • Fabulous House!

    "We loved this house, and would recommend it for so many reasons. My favorite spot was the deck off the kitchen. Wine in hand, we snacked and chatted there every night, watching the sun go down. It's the epitome of relaxation. We cooked for ourselves most nights, as our days were so full of hiking and sightseeing. The kitchen has everything you'd want. Five of us shared the house, but it's huge and never felt crowded. Lots of space downstairs for everyone to watch the game or whatever is on TV. We stayed for five nights - which was perfect. There are many things to do and see. The island is small, so it's a short drive to get anywhere, but we loved that the house felt remote. It's on the "quiet side" of the island. From the house, you can walk down to a little path that's part of the nature preserve, reaching the shore within 30 minutes at most. The shady trails looked like fairies could pop out at any moment. There are many other trails close by, and the beautiful Echo Lake is just minutes away. We enjoyed a lobster dinner at Beal's Lobster Pier in Southwest Harbor, but my favorite meal was lobster rolls at Thurston's Lobster Pound down in Bernard at the tip of the western part of the island. Don't hesitate. This is a terrific place to stay."
    Guest: Betty C. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 26, 2016
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  • Beautiful place

    "This place is truly a delight- there was something for everyone. It is very quiet for sleeping, relaxing and reading. The children loved mucking about the tidal waterfront and the kayaks. The full kitchen and outside grill, fireplace and dining area are great for a family cook. There is an outside hose for cleaning up. The seals were amazing to watch- and if you paddle quietly, they will follow you! The house has what you need- full bath, laundry, linens, appliances, fans, delicious muffins! Definitely try cooking lobsters outside on the fireplace- easier and cooler than cooking inside. Located within reasonable distance to Schoodic Peninsula, Winter Harbor, MDI, Ellsport, Tidal Falls, etc. The problem is, the property is so private and quiet, you don't want to leave! Tina, the owner, is charming and responsive. We've spent several vacations in Maine, and this was easily our most enjoyable. The boys loved 'racing' the car from the gate. They always won, funny that!"
    Guest: Tracey S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: October 1, 2016
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