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Recent Acadia reviews

  • Wonderful Week in MDI!

    "My husband and I stayed at Ellen and Curt's house for a week in June. The house was ideal for our needs, with plenty of space and additional amenities like plenty of utensils in the kitchen for cooking. Everything was clean and well managed. We did not wind up making use of the fire pit, the grill, or the canoe, but those are available if you want them. The house is a bit out of the way from some of the bustling areas of MDI, which was a big plus for us. It was quiet and relaxed, but very easy to get around the island from the house. We went on several walks directly from the house, spent many days over in Bar Harbor, went all over Acadia (biked the Carriage Roads, hiked Cadillac and Acadia Mountains, visited Long Pond and Jordan's Pond, and enjoyed Echo Lake and Sand Beach), and also made it to Tremont to visit Thurston's Lobster Pound not once, but twice! There are two bathrooms in the house, but only one upstairs and you have to go through the master bedroom to access it. This isn't a problem at all if you are a couple staying there on your own, but it's something to consider if you have younger kids who might not want to go downstairs in the night to use the bathroom, or if you're planning to share the house with another couple. I'd also note that the house does provide bikes, but they've definitely been used over the years and aren't in the best of shape -- if you plan to do serious biking, I'd recommend bringing your own or planning to rent from one of the many bike shops in Bar Harbor (we did this one day to bike the Carriage Roads). We hope to make it back to MDI soon, and will definitely check to see if this property is available when we return."
    Guest: Sarah N. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 30, 2016
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  • A Hidden Treasure!

    "What a wonderful stay on this little bay! This cottage was immaculate, yet warm and homey. Not a detail left undone....from the canoe/kayaks on the property to the umbrella at the front door. Even homemade blueberry muffins and smores fixins left in the fridge! Secluded, with easy access to the bay. We enjoyed canoeing out to visit the seals and building fires in the fire pit built from granite on the property. Great history on this home....just ask Tina! Acadia National Park was close enough but far enough to avoid the heavy tourist presence. Schoodic Mountain is closeby for a hike and vista view. We also loved Tidal Falls which was just around the corner."
    Guest: Robin R. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 17, 2015
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  • Amazing stay

    "Rocko's cottage was perfect for the two of us and our dog. Set back from the street behind the main house and was quiet. It has off street parking. A couple of blocks to walk down town, very convenient. Very clean and had all of the amenities that we needed. Lisa and Rick are extremely hospitable and welcoming. Can't wait to go back."
    Guest: Wendy R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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  • Beautiful Seclusion

    "The cabin is located at the end of a road and sits on a peninsula on the rocky coast of a cove. If your view of a vacation is to be surrounded by nature -- trees, water, seals, and tidal rhythms -- this could be your spot! The living area is small but ok for 2, and the wifi is sketchy, but the outdoors is marvelous. A grill with lobster pot is provided, along with a fire pit. Downstairs basement has windows on 2 sides and lots of fresh air."
    Guest: Cheryl B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 6, 2016
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