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Recent Belfast reviews

  • Wonderful Accomodations!

    "We were in Belfast, ME the first week of October and cannot say enough good things about our stay. Belfast is a beautiful, friendly community, but the highlight was our stay in the Phoenix Row apartment. It is a wonderful gem, hidden in the middle of the downtown area. The owner, Archie made sure our stay was comfortable in every way. The apartment was clean, cozy, and quiet. It is in walking distance of everything you could need. It had all the amenities you could want and Archie was just a text/call away to quickly answer questions. Belfast is a great town to use as base camp for touring the area and having such a beautiful apartment to come home to made our trip perfect! We would definitely recommend this apartment but know that there are some stairs involved. We can't wait to return!"
    Guest: Tammy Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 27, 2015
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  • A GRAND DOWAGER ....SHE PRESIDES OVER PENOBSCOT BAY....BEAUTIFUL

    "We drove along and then saw her this grand old house. She sat on a crest of green lawn with glorious views of the bay.The porch in back along the whole length and side was our first rest. The inside architectural accents were so appealing and the fireplace was provided with more than enough wood which we used every night. A big plus is that the beds were great...I have rented on VRBO and been once greatly disappointed but not at his house.The dining room is a grand room with wonderful lights all around from another year. The eyebrow latticed entry made you wonder about the men who built it...so talented. There were wonderful mementos of children and adults....shells all around...little rocks in the dining room drawer with names of probably all the adults and all the little ones to be used as place markers. The so comfortable leather chairs in the living room cushioned me each morning with a cup of coffee. I love Pee-G hydrangeas and big vase of them was on the coffee table. This is a house that has not been ruined by "updating"....the tubs are grand old tubs, the light switches are the old button type I love. The kitchen is so well stocked with stem ware, dishes and flatware....the old style sink was great. If you are so uptight that you must have a completely "modern" kitchen then think again. This one has every comfort.This is a great opportunity to live with a grand staircase, soaring ceilings, well done stepping stones to the bay below, a refrigerator from another era brought to this time by engineer skill. You might think you were of the privileged class just after the turn of the century. You will love this place. You will be privileged."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 19, 2015
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  • wedding vacation

    "The house is lovely. Well-equipped. Beautiful setting and fabulous garden. Easy access to shopping and touring. I would definitely recommend it to others."
    Guest: Lee Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: August 18, 2015
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  • The eyrie nest

    "Update of Thoreau’s Maine Woods: Where would you take your Swiss relatives who had taken you the year before to the site where your father fought in World War? They wanted nature, hiking, birding, reading, music and restfulness. So did we. And so we came to this wonderful cabin near Freedom, Maine. We saw a bald eagle at Sandy Point and heard loons on the first evening. At every meal, chickadees and nut hatches entertained us at the creatively hung bird feeder outside the screened porch; we often heard a woodpecker in the woods. A loon did show itself to our cousin on a solitary walk. Paul’s cabin is much different than E.B. White’s. You will recall that White allowed the raccoons to live in the soffits so that he could watch their life. Paul has a very tight, modern cabin with every convenience you could want. There was enough wood in his shed for many days and instructions for novices on how to build a fire. My favorite items in the main room: the walnut drop-leaf table, reading lights every possible place you might sit, skylights that made the whole place warm and bright, the leather couch, the LL Bean rug with Maine creatures. I like to be surrounded by books and music and they were provided if you had not brought your own. I was deep into Reinhold Niebuhr and Cormac McCarthy, but made time for the cabin’s Andrew Jackson and May Sarton. We had brought CD's and enjoyed the cabin's wide selection, too. The cousins were upstairs and we were in the master bedroom. To note the level of care, the owner had been told that I was allergic to goose-down pillows, and my pillow had been switched to a non-allergenic one. The bedding was very comfortable. I oared myself in the single kayak around the point in Sandy Pond, the water still and warm in the late summer sun. We felt so at home we rearranged the porch, putting the table perpendicular to the screened wall so that the two couples faced each other. We ate simply but well, partly a result of the well-equipped kitchen. We used the hot tub, particularly delightful at nighttime with a view of the evening sky. We cannot describe the care with which this place has been created and how this care translates into a restfulness that comes over a person who enters with the tensions of the modern world only to find release and peace."
    Guest: Andy Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 6, 2015
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