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Recent Bath reviews

  • The perfect spot!

    "We had the pleasure of staying at Greywoods for 5 days with 4 generations, while enjoying a nearby wedding in Bath. The home was a perfect fit, with plenty of room for 3 couples, one great grandma and one toddler! Anything you could have ever needed was there for us to use, including plenty of toys and books for the toddler. The view of the river was stunning, along with the bald eagles and osprey. The setting was very relaxing, and we made use of the kayaks, canoe and hot tub. The open living area and kitchen made it easy for us to eat casual meals together, as well as a couple lobster dinners. The screened in porch was a bonus with two comfortable rockers. We loved having so much space, both inside and out. A very convenient location for many activities! Can't wait to return!"
    Guest: Debbie V. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 16, 2016
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  • Great place for a small but active family !!!

    "My wife and two kids (12 & 17) stayed here recently with me and our Corgi and we all had a blast. The house was homey and comfortable, and very relaxing. The 1 bathroom created a bit of a line at times, but we knew what we were getting into. The lawn was super for throwing a ball to our Corgi until he gassed. The dock provided a great place from which to launch our small inflatable boat, and much fun was had on the river with fishing and boating. The home was close to many destinations. We went to the Skowhegan State Fair which was about an hour away but well worth the travel time. Boothbay Harbor is only about 25 minutes away and there are great sites and restaurants there -- including Red's Eats in Wiscasset on the way. We also went to the Five Island Lobster Company and to Fort Popham on a different day. Witch Spring Hill Ice Cream is right down the road, as is a large grocery and a WalMart. The town of Bath itself boasts nice restaurants (Byrnes was awesome!), and has a Saturday farmer's market. I would recommend this house as a cozy, comfortable vacation house!"
    Guest: BILL H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 22, 2016
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  • Sweet sweet haven

    "If you love nature and everything it offers, plus the best people around, this abode is the place to visit. We enjoyed the Giant Stairs and Potts Point, watched eagles, herons, seals, meteor showers, rock formations and so much more. We stayed in osprey's nest with above deck for excellent view. The cottage was charming and well stocked from books and binoculars to wonderful decor. We especially enjoyed peninsula map, original artwork, the deck and overall comfort. Vacationers who stayed on lower portion of cottage were wonderful people who shared both good conversation and showed us the the art of gathering periwinkles and how to prepare them. Also went on a lobster boat excursion with Captain Jay and learned about the lobster trapping industry along with the anatomy and biology of the lobster itself. We most definitely would come back if the opportunity should ever arise ! Cynthia Ivy"
    Guest: Cynthia I. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 31, 2016
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  • We were delighted with the cottage. It had very thing we could hope for.

    "From the moment we walked in... We truly felt relaxed and the beach (point) we was a delight... we hope to stay again."
    Guest: Bill & Vivian B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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