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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 Stockton Springs reviews

  • Beautiful, Well-appointed home on the Penobscot Bay

    "A truly beautiful location, with a lovely house containing almost everything you'd need (copious amounts of towels, linens, blankets, a well-stocked kitchen, coffee, tea, some spices, etc). Gail was a wonderful hostess, who immediately responded to a concern we had, and quickly took care of it. We only had a couple of days for our trip, but enjoyed the setting, the close vicinity of the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory and Fort Knox, as well as a meandering trip to Blue Hill and surroundings. Stunning vistas every couple of minutes!"
    Guest: LAURA G. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 26, 2016
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  • Experience a Vintage Lakeside Camp

    "Tucked down a dirt road with neighbors at a distance one has privacy and Maine’s beauty at this funky place. You’ll get a sense of yesteryear as the owners have done a great job restoring the camp. The kitchen area retains its vintage charm and we cooked or grilled dinners each night. The wrap around porch adds nicely to the common space. Upstairs there are 2 good size bedrooms along with a smaller one with bunk beds. One thing to note is that there is no ceiling to the tall walls of the bedrooms, so you see the roof. Visibly the bedrooms offer privacy, but you can hear each other, which was fine for us as it was part of the adventure. You’ll also hear owls, loons and other wildlife. On our last morning we were treated to the resident Bald Eagle taking flight in front of the camp. Owners Ben and Lori were attentive to questions and when the weather dropped 30 degrees into the 40’s arrived with a new space heater to supplement the gas burning wood stove as there is no insulation in this rustic camp. We enjoyed using the kayaks and canoe though didn’t get to play horseshoes or use the fire pit on the beach. It was a wonderful place to do yoga on the dock especially in the morning fog. The water was clear and looked inviting though it was too chilly to swim. Nearby we hiked/climbed at Camden State Park and toured the quaint towns of Belfast and Camden. This place is definitely worth visiting again."
    Guest: Cynthia G. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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  • Spacious, clean, perfect location

    "The house was perfect for our group of eight, holiday overflow from my parents up the street. Owners couldn't have been more accommodating and thoughtful, and the house itself was spotless, well-organized and plenty big enough for us all (could have happily fit another two on the upstairs futon). Location is ideal - an easy stroll to groceries and shops. Belfast itself is wonderful, and after too many visits here to count there are always more surprises and delights to discover. Standbys include Rollies, lively and local with reliably good food served cheerfully, Alexia's for pizza, and the Old Professor bookstore. Best new discovery this year was the dazzling collection of fabrics at Fiddlehead Artisan Supply. New Year's festivities were fabulous - a couple dozen musical events spread out over the evening, all within easy walking distance from each other, culminating in a group march down to a waterfront bonfire."
    Guest: Maggie O. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • The property was perfect!

    "We had the best time staying at this "camp". It was perfectly set Back off the highway so you felt like you were deep in secluded woods. We walked the beach for hours every day and did not see people and found tons and sea glass and other treasures. Everything you need is provided at the camp! We cooked a lot of our meals and did not have to struggle to find any Utensil or pan necessary. We were not far from all the tourist attractions like Acadia national park and historic bar harbor. We were able to spend the day away from the camp and then have a short drive back to seclusion. There is no shortage of things to do though if you decide just to stay at the camp. We kayaked and spent lots of time just sitting on the deck enjoying the view. During low tide we found so many fun things that washed ashore and tons of creatures out and about. We saw a sea lion, deer, porcupine, and lots of birds. It was a perfect place for us! Bob and Stephanie have an amazing place and you can tell they love to share it with others and it shows in all the extras they provide like the Maine jams and syrup they left for us to sample."
    Guest: Kim S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 10, 2016
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