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Recent St. George reviews

  • Maranatha Cottage

    "My wife and I have stayed in this cottage during the last three summers while we were taking classes at a woodworking school in nearby Rockport, Maine. The cottage has always met our needs comfortably. The surrounding area is very peaceful and the views of the rocky seashore are very beautiful. The kitchen is well-equipped with whatever might be needed to prepare a meal but we frequently ate our dinners at one of the many restaurants in the vicinity. The beds are comfortable but as others have written you should provide your own pillows and linens. Overall it provides a comfortable place to stay while you explore the beautiful mid-coast of Maine and is very reasonably priced."
    Guest: Tom Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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  • Gorgeous setting, rustic accomodations

    "We arrived on a cool evening only to find there were no blankets,. This also happened to another renter apparently. We contacted Clifford and received a prompt response. He was very apologetic, granted us an extended stay and refunded a day. We couldn't have asked for more recompense!! The cottage is an old place, I would call it a family camp and it needs a little more TLC. My roomate has an allergy to mildew and there was definitely an odour of that in the living room and kitchen area. She had difficulty with that. There was plenty of hot water for showers after a day of painting. As artists, we found numerous gorgeous views to paint, some from the cottage's deck. The weather was too cool for us to enjoy the deck but it is sturdy and the table and chairs out there are very comfortable. The next door neighbor was very friendly and helpful, telling us about the area. The location is fantastic as are the views from the deck. The McLoons lobster shack is a 3 minute drive away and we ate from there frequently. Proximity to Rockland is good, with lots to see and do. I would recommend the cottage with the caveat that it is rustic, you need to be prepared to supplement things like dishwashing liquid, dish sponges, dish towels, aluminum foil etc. etc. Some VRBO properties are fully stocked with all of that, this one is not. The owner is very responsive and concerned and nice to deal with."
    Guest: Mary Ann E. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 4, 2016
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  • Lovely weekend

    "We needed a place to stay for my husband, daughter, son, grandson and I to attend my brother in law's 60th birthday party. Although it was past the " in season" rental time, the owners graciously kept the cottage open for us. Linda went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable. The cottage is the perfect size for a multi generational vacation with its four bedrooms and two full baths. We even enjoyed the fireplace one night and had guests for dinner...."
    Guest: Terri Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 16, 2016
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  • Everyone had a great time

    "We just returned from a family gathering at Blue View where my husband and I with our two sons and their families met to enjoy the long weekend. Our group of 3 couples and 5 children ages 7 to 10 moths all had a great time. The house is lovely with a separate living area so the baby could nap quietly while the noisy ones played inside and out. The outside areas were a hit with plenty of room to run and pick apples from the huge tree in the yard. The lobster dock was just 1 mile away and we got lobsters right off the boat. The outside lobster cooker was great to keep the smell and mess outside. There are many stairs, so anyone with disabilities would have trouble. Everything was well labeled in the kitchen and we moved a small table from the game room that served as a dining table for the kids. Very enjoyable time!"
    Guest: Arky Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 20, 2016
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