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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 Down East reviews

  • Southwest harbor charmer

    "If you are looking for a well appointed house close to all the highlights of Acadia , this is it. We visited friends staying here during our stay in Southwest Harbor and were taken by the outstanding location and high end finishes. We look forward to staying here in the future and enjoying the peace and quiet , great hikes, and local restaurants."
    Guest: Tracey E. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 20, 2016
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  • Excellent site and very well equipped home

    "This was a wonderful vacation for us. Beals Island is a working lobstering community. We love to bird and this location was well positioned to see migrating species. In addition the house is newly renovated and a pleasure to live in. Beds really comfortable and fully equipped kitchen. Highly recommended all the way around"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 25, 2016
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  • 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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  • Swans Island- small town island experience

    "First, thanks Sharon and Jim! Josh and I had a fun time on the island! The rental is located on Swans Island which is accessible by ferry. We brought our car so that we could visit all of the sites on the island. The rental unit is located in a forrested community on Jim and Sharons property. It is well equiped with cooking gear, vhs and dvd collection, linens, etc. Jim provided maps of the island and guidance on what to do. We rented his 2 person kayak and enjoyed exploring the island in this way; observing land, water, and sky creatures. Also went on several short day hikes. A trip to Tim's store was a daily routine for us, but we had also done grocery shopping before we arrived to the island. September appears to be a nice, quiet month to visit. The locals were all very friendly and interested in sharing a story or 2. Beautiful scenery- nice escape! Thanks!"
    Guest: Erin and Steve Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 27, 2016
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