Feedback

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 Bristol reviews

  • Great Family House!

    "Our family came to New Harbor from the San Francisco Bay Area for a family wedding. The house is big and very comfortable. The kitchen is extremely well stocked so we could have a large group of family members for breakfast. We all sat out in the sunshine on the deck enjoying the endless green lawns sweeping from "our house" to the neighbor's house. Lovely spot, and the experience was a bonding one for our family! Thank you."
    Guest: Nancy K. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 9, 2015
    View listing
  • A Wonderful Retreat

    "Summer Hill Cottage was a wonderful getaway - up front and close to nature and the water as well as Maine delights. We awoke to the birds singing every morning on the very private property which was well maintained. In the evenings - we walked to the edge of the property that sits on Round Pond - beautiful. The cottage was very nice - clean with lots of sunlight from the 3 sides of windows. Both the kitchen and bathroom were well stocked - items you wouldn't even expect, toothbrush, razors, etc. The deck provided a place to relax and watch the birds while we ate dinner & breakfast. Summer Hill Cottage is very close - approximately 3 miles - to a very nice set of hiking trails called La Verne. Some of the trails offer beautiful water views. It is also fairly close to many small towns. There are several lighthouses within driving distances. Also - please make sure you visit Dot's Bakery for a delicious meal and take home a pie - as well as great local conversation. We took home 2 pies. Laura was wonderful - easy to work with and very quick to reply while we were setting up the trip. This is an exceptional get away - there was even a surprise gift when we arrived. We and the dogs will return and highly recommend the cottage. Thank you for the wonderful week!!!"
    Guest: Monica P. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
    View listing
  • The Best Week Ever

    "We have spent a week in Maine for the last three years but our recent week at Seas the Day was "the best week ever" according to our two sons. The ocean views are gorgeous, the rocks attract sea birds and change with the tides, and sunlight, it's never quite the same view twice, incredibly refreshing. The house has all modern updates and was a very comfortable place for a family of four to spend the week. The kitchen is updated and fully useful, and it was great to grill out on the back deck with all that natural beauty in every direction. Every day we enjoyed the hot tub, outdoor fire pit and exploring along the rocks. The house is easy driving distance to Damariscotta and Boothbay Harbor, walking distance to Pemaquid Beach and the most amazing cinnamon buns ever and we enjoyed a day on Monhegan Island, seeing puffins and dolphins along the way. We can't wait to go back next summer!"
    Guest: Eileen C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 27, 2016
    View listing
  • Another amazing week at "The Laughing Gull"

    "This was our third stay at the Gull and each has been fabulous. I almost hesitate to write a review because the secret will be out. Among the many, there are three primary reasons for our return year after year. First, the property is well-maintained. Second, the location and view are what people go to Maine to experience. Third, it is comforting that the owners live directly across the street and are attentive to all needs. Eg. the water heater died Sunday and it was replaced Monday. The road on which the property is located is quiet and the only things that disturb that serenity is the crashing of waves and the gentle hum of the lobster boats casting their traps. There are all kinds of entertainment within a couple of miles: the fort which dates back to the French and Indian War; the archeology of the original Pemaquid settlement (compete with graveyard) which dates back to the 1640's; informal dining at the Contented Sole, Shaws, and the Seagull; fine dining at the Bradley; the incredible breakfasts at Cupboard Cafe; and the convenience of Reilly's grocery store just up the street. There is no need to leave the area, but if you choose to do so, within easy driving distance there are four noteworthy destinations: 1. Boothbay Harbor with its botanical gardens, aquarium, shopping, and tall ship cruises, 2. Rockland with its Farnsworth (Wyeth) Museum and newly opened Museum of Modern Art, 3. Damariscotta with a large grocery store, quaint shops, and movie theatre, and 4. Hardy Boat Cruises which sail to Monhegan Island and take evening cruises up and down the beautiful rocky coast of the peninsula. I cannot overestimate the importance of having the owners nearby. They are genuinely nice people committed to the area."
    Guest: Robert Y. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 4, 2016
    View listing
Sponsored Advertisement