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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Sullivan reviews

  • Peaceful Getaway

    "My family has stayed at this camp four times. It's tucked away off Route 182 in Downeast Maine. Listen to the loons as you take a quiet morning kayak paddle. Fish off the dock. Rent a motor boat and explore the lake. Sit by the campfire and tell stories. Paddle to 'jumping rock' and go for a swim. Collect wild blueberries along the shoreline. Drive to Milbridge and buy lobsters to cook at Inland Seafood. Hike nearby Tunk Mountain. Stay up late and look at the stars, planets and Milky Way. Truly relax at this small, remote camp that used to be an old Maine fishing camp. Things to bring to make your stay more enjoyable: kayaks, canoe, fishing gear, paddleboat, spices and recipes to cook, pillows, books, art materials, iPod, towels and friends. Rent a boat to explore the lake. You'll get a sense of how deep and clear the lake is that surrounded by protected forest. No jet skis allowed which keeps it so peaceful. Eat at Tracy's Lobster Shack in Sullivan or the Pizza 182 down the road. They have BYOB in outdoor dining area."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 8, 2016
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  • Literally On The Water at high tide

    "This unique antique building has been very tastefully finished and decorated in the interior. It is just a couple of blocks walk to the ferry to Bar Harbor and a few mile drive to Arcadia National Park's Schoodic Peninsula. Enjoy the view out the windows of the tide rising, sea gulls and great blue heron feeding and changing clouds. We enjoyed our stay in this unique building which I remember from my childhood as a donut shop."
    Guest: Stephen P. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 7, 2016
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  • Awesomeness in Maine!

    "Fantastic! We loved everything about our vacation at your beautiful place over looking Frenchman's Bay. It was perfect for us to relax in comfort while admiring gorgeous views from the large deck or inside. Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor is an easy 30-40 minute drive. Also, don't miss breathtaking Schoodic Point Peninsula just up the road (part of Acadia park system). Good local seafood as close as the end of the lane at Tracey's Lobster Pound. Tracey's has a delicious 2-fer Lobster Roll dinner. If time, don't miss Beal Island working fishing village and eat at the Take Out restaurant. If you like traditional fried seafood, you wont be disappointed. The owner was very accommodating and easy to work with. Our wonderful week flew by! We would definitely recommend this wonderful chalet style cabin to anyone wanting a quiet Maine vacation not far from all the action. We are already planning our next visit! Small Note: If you have breathing problems like COPD or asthma, this wonderful place isn't air conditioned. Although the lovely breeze off the bay and ceiling fans keep you very comfortable, the night air can be damp when windows are open. Don't forget your meds and you should be ok. We were. :)"
    Guest: Donna N. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 13, 2016
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  • Perfect location for lovers of nature and serenity

    "The cottage exceeded our expectations. When we arrived everything was prepared for our two weeks' stay at the clean and well maintained property. The owner provides helpful directions for the use of household appliances and plenty of material concerning trips, restaurants, shopping etc. Cooking our dinners most of the time was made easy in the well equipped kitchen. The location is perfect and we liked observing the change of tides. We spent a lot of time watching gulls, cormorants, a blue heron and even bald eagles across the cove. We did some hiking in the near vicinity and especially loved Tunk Pond. The Acadia Loop offered great views, but the Schoodic Peninsula Loop was even more fascinating and not so crowded. We were very impressed by a boat trip on the R.L.Gott starting from Bass Harbour watching seals, various sea birds and several bald eagles. A 45-minute flight in a Cessna operated by Acadia Air Tours revealed the dimensions and beauty of the region. We would highly recommend this place and area to anyone who wants an undisturbed vacation in a comfortable cottage surrounded by fascinating sea- and landscapes."
    Guest: Wolfang M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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