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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 Lincolnville reviews

  • Everything we hoped it would be.

    "We loved everything about this place. From the large living spaces and kitchen, to the wrap around back deck and of course the hot tub, this house provided for a great weekend of relaxing and fun. A quick 15-20 minute drive to the supermarket and Camden was the perfect distance. Unfortunately we went in the winter -and didn't get to truly experience the great yard and beach but the view every morning was second to none. Look forward to coming back again next year."
    Guest: Scott J. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 15, 2017
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  • Quiet, relaxing get away

    "We were looking for a quiet getaway on any type of body of water to get our minds off of work. Bottom line, loved it! The only con I would need to give is the beds. House was clean and beautifully kept. Updated bathroom and kitchen was beautiful. Everything listed on the description was accurate, nothing was a surprise. The owners were extremely organized and had all important phone numbers as well as any other information needed in case of emergency. I love history and keeping precious things in the family - this house is just that. A family treasure passed down from generation since 1922. It had that old cabin feel - well, because it is an old cabin! Reminds me of a family house I used to stay at most summers when I was a kid. The house is located perfectly on the pond; large front and side yards for play, and a good spaced yard in the back where the house faces the water to also play. We sat on the Adirondack chairs on the grass, or sometimes sat in the beautiful porch while sipping our coffee or wine, and stared out at the beautiful sunset/sunrise over the pond, or read a book all while listening to the loons and frogs chirp (love those sounds!). There is also a small beach to sit and relax on your beach chair. They had a canoe and two kayaks we could use. We jumped off the dock to swim, then played corn hole, wiffle ball, frisbee and board games while cooking on the charcoal grill. After dinner we watched movies on the flat screen TV with DVD player. No cable, no wifi ... just back to basics on the water. I really enjoyed watching the kids have fun with these basics and figuring out how to keep themselves busy. One other plus about this house, is its location. Just a few minutes from Camden ME, we went to the Camden Hills State Park and hiked Mt. Battie, shopped and ate on the harbor ... lots to do there. Also not too far from restaurants, shopping and movies in Rockland. The owners have a booklet with instructions as well as a list of "things to do". One of our favorite restaurants is located just a few minutes from the house in Hope called the Hatchet Mountain Publick House. Great American food, reasonably priced and terrific, warm atmosphere with a wood stove and bar. My daughter is a very picky eater, had the 'best' mozzarella sticks she's ever had."
    Guest: Laura H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 27, 2016
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  • Fabulous Log Cabin

    "This cabin was fabulous in every way. Clean, well equipped and filled with fun things to do. We loved the canoe, kayak, paddle board and campfire circle. What a great escape in a beautiful location."
    Guest: Lisa H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 7, 2016
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  • A cute, serene, and spacious home base

    "Our family of 2 plus a baby thoroughly enjoyed a two-month stay in the cottage this summer. The cottage is set peacefully at the end of a private driveway and surrounded by a well-kept lawn and lovely tall woods that sway in the breezes. On hot summer days we dunked our baby in the little stream a few yards through the woods behind the cottage. And on some uncommonly chilly summer days we lit a fire in the wood stove and stayed cozy inside! The owners are always friendly and helpful, happy to offer any local tips or assistance (and they shared fresh herbs and vegetables from their garden!) yet very respectful of privacy. The cottage shares a driveway with the main house so it feels private and quiet, but not too secluded. We cook a lot and appreciated that the kitchen and outdoor grill were well-equipped. We liked the open layout of the downstairs kitchen/dining/living area, and the enclosed sun porch is a nice bonus space for hanging out and peeking at the wild turkeys and rabbits that occasionally scamper through the yard. The queen-bedroom had more than enough space for our travel crib and large luggage, with room to spare. The cottage makes a perfect base for exploring the midcoast region and beyond, to places like the Blue Hill peninsula and Acadia. Belfast is the nearest town, less than 10 minutes north, and it's a cool one, with lots of amenities. A little cove off of Pitcher Pond is a few minutes' walk from the cottage and provides a beautiful place to take the owners' canoe for a paddle. We also enjoyed plenty of nearby swim spots: Lincolnville Beach, Knight's Pond in Northport, Norton's Pond in Lincolnville, and Balance Rock on Lake Megunticook. There's even a lovely organic farmstand across Route 52, maybe half a mile walk from the cottage. This is a great place to hang your hat!"
    Guest: Amanda M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 14, 2016
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