Appleton, ME, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Appleton

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3br house
  • Pets Allowed
This secluded and rustic Appleton vacation home boasts a lakefront location and a cozy interior, making it the perfect refuge for a romantic retreat or small family gathering. You can even bring your dog! Just 16 miles from lovely Camden, this home is on the banks of Sennebec Pond, offering a lovely spot on the water. Pastoral in feel, this one-story home boasts exposed wood and beams throughout. The living room has hardwood floors, a couch and chairs as well as a wood-burning fireplace to warm your tootsies. Unplug and enjoy face to face time with fellow travelers as this home doesn't have WiFi. The kitchen and dining space are airy and bright. There are picture windows and a four-seat dining table in the dining room as well as a couch nearby. The kitchen has a large fridge, gas stove, and lots of counter space. There are three bedrooms and one bathroom for everyone to share. The master has a queen bed, a second bedroom has a full bed, and the other bedroom has a twin bunkbed. You can enjoy al fresco meals in the yard via the gas grill and Adirondack chairs. There's also a private dock for water excursions and cable. Bring Fido as one dog is allowed with an additional nightly pet fee! Enjoy rustic appeal in Appleton, a quiet town in the heart of Maine. Hike through the nature at Camden Hills State Park or fish on one of the lakes. Don't forget to try some world renowned Maine blueberries! Enjoy a romantic weekend at this charming Midcoast Maine cottage. Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV. This secluded and rustic Appleton vacation home boasts a lakefront location and a cozy interior, making it the perfect refuge for a romantic retreat or small family gathering. You can even bring your dog! Just 16 miles from lovely Camden, this home is on the banks of Sennebec Pond, offering a lovely spot on the water. Pastoral in feel, this one-story home boasts exposed wood and beams throughout. The living room has hardwood floors, a couch and chairs as well as a wood-burning fireplace to warm your tootsies. Unplug and enjoy face to face time with fellow travelers as this home doesn't have WiFi. The kitchen and dining space are airy and bright. There are picture windows and a four-seat dining table in the dining room as well as a couch nearby. The kitchen has a large fridge, gas stove, and lots of counter space. There are three bedrooms and one bathroom for everyone to share. The master has a queen bed, a second bedroom has a full bed, and the other bedroom has a twin bunkbed. You can enjoy al fresco meals in the yard via the gas grill and Adirondack chairs. There's also a private dock for water excursions and cable. Bring Fido as one dog is allowed with an additional nightly pet fee! Enjoy rustic appeal in Appleton, a quiet town in the heart of Maine. Hike through the nature at Camden Hills State Park or fish on one of the lakes. Don't forget to try some world renowned Maine blueberries! Enjoy a romantic weekend at this charming Midcoast Maine cottage. Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV.
Bedroom
Bedroom
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The SpaceThe room is located on the first floor of our farmhouse, with a private, en-suite bathroom. Offering big windows, the room overlooks the Camden hills and is the perfect place to look up at the stars before going to sleep. The bed has a brand new, queen sized mattress with down feather bedding for a peaceful nights rest. Guest AccessGuests have access to the library/entertainment room, living room and dinning room. Afternoon tea is served everyday at 4pm, with homemade goodies from the farm. A full breakfast is served every morning between 7:30-9:00 AM, prepared with the freshest of organic, in season produce from the farm. Garden tours and pick-your-own produce can be arranged upon request. The farm offers beautiful walks in the apple orchard and gardens. The NeighborhoodAppleton is centrally located 15-20 minutes drive from the coastal towns of Camden, Belfast, Rockport, and Rockland, 45 minutes from Augusta and 1 1/2 hours to Bangor and Portland. Our neighboring town of Union offers a post office, bank, grocery store and library along with a few local restaurants. On Fridays from 3-6, our farm takes part in the Union Farmers Market, where many local vendors sell their wares and music and children's activities take place regularly. Appleton is surrounded by beautiful ponds and lakes for swimming and water recreation. The ridge is known for its beautiful walks, with views of the Camden Hills, blueberry fields and Sennebec Pond. Getting AroundA car is a good idea for your stay. There is an Enterprise Rent-A-Car located in nearby Thomaston. Other Things to NoteAt Heritage Home Farm our chickens and ducks roam freely on our 32 acres along with our farm dog, Asher.
Bedroom
Excellent
30 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
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The SpaceMy home is a raised cape on a dirt road that is very quiet and secluded. It is surrounded on three sides by a beautiful forest that offers a different view throughout the different seasons. It takes about 15 minutes to the nearest market, hence I am delighted to offer my guests breakfast at a small fee ($8.00). There is always a percolator awaiting your awakening. My guest room boast of coziness, comfort and wooded views from all windows. There are two wood burning stoves that softly glow when the weather turns a little chilly and each bedroom has it's own air conditioner. Guest AccessYou are more than welcome in my home and will have access to the kitchen, laundry facilities, dining room and living room as well as the front/back yard and outside shower. There is WiFi in my home that you are welcomed to use. The 11 acres of woods are bordered by 125 acres of conservation property on one side and the town forest on the other. The forest is accessible by foot if you care to. Interaction with GuestsI would be delighted to be available to assist you during your stay, either with ideas of where to visit or the resources to answer those questions, or perhaps some good old conversation. Another choice may be your preference to privacy, which will most assuredly by respected. You are a stranger here but once. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood itself is fairly quiet with most homes only visible through the woods or from their driveways. The smaller town of Union, Me. is about 12 to 15 minutes away. You will find the Common Market (groceries) and several restaurants, including the Come Spring Cafe (lots of history and "locals"), Badger (eclectic home made items) and the Union House of Pizza ( really good food). The coast/ocean is about 25 minutes away following Rt 17 into Rockland, Camden and up to Acadia National Park ( about 1 1/2 hrs). Rockland, Camden, Owls Head boast of lighthouses, museums, the Breakwater, terrific restaurants, ocean views from Mt Battie( Camden Hills State park) or a day's ride on a schooner(weather permitting), ferry rides to some of the islands, just to offer a few suggestions. Getting AroundKnox County is still fairly rural. There are taxi cabs within the city with buses available at the ferry terminal in Rockland. Car rentals are at the Knox County Regional Airport (Rockland)or in Thomaston. If there is something I can do to help with transportation, you need only ask. Other Things to NoteThere are several stairs (5 to one entrance and 4 to another)on two entrances to my home. Each of the bedrooms has either a flight (12) of stairs going up, with a bathroom on the same floor, or a flight (12) of stairs going down with the bathroom on the main floor. My home is in the woods and there are no street lights, however, there is a security light that will illuminate your walk from the driveway to the house. There is a pretty great view of the stars above the trees when the nights are clear.
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Native American's believed the ravens could make order out of chaos. We offer you the opportunity to take the time and space to make order of your personal chaos. Nestled amidst rolling pastures, hard & soft wood forests, Ravens' Crossing offers privacy, solitude, and a host of therapeutic amenities designed to relax, restore and renew. Miles of trails are available for you to immerse yourself in the beauty and perfection of Nature and renew your connection to it. As the weather shifts and the days become colder; Kate's Cottage will be closed until the spring. The Retreat Cabin is still available and is quite cozy with the wood stove. Whether you choose to receive massage, relax in the wood-fired sauna, soak in the hot tub, and/or spend time in one of our cottages, you can decide how your retreat desires may be met. Guest AccessGuest's will have access to a shared 3/4 bathroom and kitchen. Laundry services, and breakfast (for additional fee) available upon request. Cottage's are completely private, and separate from main house. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with guests is very minimal. Check in time is really the only interaction. If you do order breakfast, it's delivered to your door for $10 a person. The NeighborhoodThe Midcoast area is a rich and diverse community, from local Farmers Markets, wineries, galleries, & restaurants. The coast is 20 miles away and this is a great area to hike, bike, xcountry ski, enjoy the lakes, rivers, and ocean throughout the seasons. On site: hiking, biking, snowshoeing, xcountry skiing, sauna, massage, hot tub, birdwatching, wildlife, picnic, stargazing, or writing, reading, journaling, artwork, music, meditation. Other Things to Notemassage rates $70 per hour $90 per 1 1/2 hour. hot tub $10 person per hour, $5 with massage Breakfast is $10 a person or $20 per couple. Please let us know if you would like breakfast when booking. Please view: (URL HIDDEN) for more info. *cottage stays include hot tub session sauna $20 to fire up sauna, $10 per person per hour (or check on group rate)
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceMy home is a raised cape on a dirt road that is very quiet and secluded. It is surrounded on three sides by a beautiful forest that offers a different view throughout the different seasons. It takes about 15 minutes to the nearest market, hence I am delighted to offer my guests breakfast at a small fee ($8.00). There is always a percolator awaiting your awakening. My guest rooms boast of coziness, comfort and wooded views from all windows. There is a king size bed topped with a plethora of pillows and a patchwork quilt. Underneath there hides 2 trundle beds, if the need arises. The space consists of a living room with couch, recliner, TV and private back door opening to an outside shower as well as a small table with two chairs, awaiting it's guests to share tea and conversation. There are two wood burning stoves that softly glow when the weather turns a little chilly and each bedroom has it's own air conditioner. Guest AccessYou are more than welcome in my home and will have access to the kitchen, laundry facilities, dining room and living room as well as the front/back yard and outside shower. The downstairs bedroom has a separate entrance as well as 2 additional trundle beds that can be pulled out if needed. There is WiFi in my home, as well as a printer, that you are welcome to use. The 11 acres of woods are bordered by 125 acres of conservation property on one side and the town forest on the other. The forest is accessible by foot if you care to. Interaction with GuestsI would be delighted to be available to assist you during your stay, either with ideas of where to visit or the resources to answer those questions, or perhaps some good old conversation. Another choice may be your preference to privacy, which will most assuredly by respected. You are a stranger here but once. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood itself is fairly quiet with most homes only visible through the woods or from their driveways. The smaller town of Union, Me is about 12 to 15 minutes away. You will find the Common Market (groceries) and several restaurants, including the Come Spring Cafe (lots of history and "locals"), Badger (eclectic home made items) and the Union House of Pizza ( really good food). The coast/ocean is about 25 minutes away following Rt 17 into Rockland, Camden and up to Acadia National Park ( about 1 1/2 hrs). Rockland, Camden, Owls Head boast of lighthouses, museums, the Breakwater, terrific restaurants, ocean views from Mt Battie( Camden Hills State park) or a day's ride on a schooner(weather permitting), ferry rides to some of the islands, just to offer a few suggestions. During the different seasons we are afforded magnificent views of the changing country side. Winter offers snow skiing, snow boarding, sledding as well as other "sports" in the not so far traveling distance. Camden Snow Bowl, to name just one resort. Getting AroundKnox County is still fairly rural. There are taxi cabs within the city with buses available at the ferry terminal in Rockland. Car rentals are at the Knox County Regional Airport (Rockland)or in Thomaston. If there is something that I can do to help with transportation, you need only ask. Other Things to NoteThere are several stairs (5 to one entrance and 4 to another)on two entrances to my home. Each of the bedrooms has either a flight (12) of stairs going up, with a bathroom on the same floor, or a flight (12) of stairs going down with the bathroom on the main floor. My home is in the woods and there are no street lights, however, there is a security light that will illuminate your walk from the driveway to the house. There is a pretty great view of the stars above the trees when the nights are clear.
Boat
Excellent
3 reviews
1br Boat
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Boathouse has a queen bedroom over the lake with full bath, and a sitting area with a futon sofa that can become a full size bed. There's a full kitchen stocked with flatware, dishes, and tools for preparing meals and snacks. Enjoy the wrap-around deck with a table and lounge chairs for eating and sun bathing at water’s edge. A three-season residence, the Boathouse is available June through August. All wool blankets at the Boathouse are either antiques or are woven with naturally dyed wool from sheep at nearby Meadowcroft Farm. Guest AccessA stay at the Boathouse includes the makings for a delicious locally-sourced breakfast every morning. Make breakfast early or late – whenever suits you! Guests will find a refrigerator stocked with fresh milk from our very own cows, fresh local berries, as well as homemade granola. Fresh ground coffee, juice, and our garden-grown herbs for teas will also be ready for your morning in the kitchen. Did we forget to mention farm fresh local eggs and homemade butter!? Other meals can be arranged as well – please contact us for more information. Other Things to NoteWith nary a neighbor in sight, put on your hiking boots and explore the woods. Then read a good book by the lake, play tennis with friends, or have an old fashion lobster bake, among other exciting activities. Tennis court racquets and balls Basketball hoop with basketball Campfire circles at the barn and waterside Firewood Lounge chairs Organic cotton linens and towels, including plush beach towels for lake use There is now an electric car charging station nearby at The Barn at The Firs.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
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The SpaceBeautiful farmland with some mowed trails, thru fields and woods. Hot-tub overlooking extensive gardens on a deck attached to massage studio. Cottages have outhouses near them and share a full bath at studio, a short walk across the lawns. Cottage has an outdoor "camp-kitchen" Guest AccessAccess to hot-tub according to guest's scheduling ahead or by chance. Access to the studio according to massage schedule. You are welcome to call ahead and check for scheduling. Access to trails, gardens; Sauna can be scheduled too. Interaction with GuestsI am usually available unless doing massage. I will try to greet you and I like to be available to say good-bye too. The NeighborhoodRural, working farmland within 22 miles of the coast; lakes close by, the coast 20 miles Other Things to NoteOuthouse; It is a rural, rustic experience...there are not lighted paths, so you need a flashlight. There are skunks, raccoons, deer, coyotes, fox, lots of birds,bugs too! massage rates $70 per hour $90 per 1 1/2 hour. hot tub $10 person per hour, $5 with massage Breakfast is $10 a person or $20 per couple. Please let us know if you would like breakfast when booking. Please view: (URL HIDDEN) for more info. *cottage stays include hot tub session sauna $20 to fire up sauna, $10 per person per hour (or check on group rate)
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis home is situated well back from the road and very private. It is orientated for maximum sunshine. Access to Sennebec Pond is by way of an easy comfortable stroll down a well kept lane. Guest AccessGuests have access to all areas of the home and grounds. In addition this home is part of a small farm located 2 miles away. The farm and its walking paths are available to guests upon request. Details can be provided once a guest has booked the home. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present to meet our guests whenever possible. This home is located 2 miles down the road from our working small farm. We can be as involved as our guests and our time allow. The NeighborhoodAppleton is a small picturesque town located 20-30 minutes from the coastal communities of Camden, Rockport, Rockland , Belfast and Damariscotta. The area is well known for its natural beauty, artistic community and local restaurants serving some of Maine's finest foods. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation available in this area of Maine.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
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The SpaceThe Cottage is an intimate, cozy setting for gathering with family or close friends. The Cottage has three bedrooms: one with a queen bed and attached bathroom, one with a full bed, and another with 2 twin beds. The sitting room has a daybed that can sleep an additional visitor. The kitchen features a refrigerator, sink, electric kettle and toaster oven. Guests at The Cottage take their breakfast in the communal kitchen at The Barn. All wool blankets at the Cottage are either antiques or are woven with naturally dyed wool from sheep at nearby Meadowcroft Farm. Guest AccessA stay at the Barn includes the makings for a delicious locally-sourced breakfast every morning. Make breakfast early or late – whenever suits you! Guests will find a refrigerator stocked with fresh milk from our very own cows, fresh local berries, as well as homemade granola. Fresh ground coffee, juice, and our garden-grown herbs for teas will also be ready for your morning in the kitchen. Did we forget to mention farm fresh local eggs and homemade butter!? Other meals can be arranged as well – please contact us for more information. Other Things to NoteWith nary a neighbor in sight, put on your hiking boots and explore the woods. Then read a good book by the lake, play tennis with friends, or have an old fashion lobster bake, among other exciting activities. Tennis court racquets and balls Basketball hoop with basketball Campfire circles at the barn and waterside Firewood Lounge chairs Organic cotton linens and towels, including plush beach towels for lake use There is now an electric car charging station nearby at The Barn at The Firs.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
This secluded and rustic Appleton vacation home boasts a lakefront location and a cozy interior, making it the perfect refuge for a romantic retreat or small family gathering. You can even bring your dog! Just 16 miles from lovely Camden, this home is on the banks of Sennebec Pond, offering a lovely spot on the water. Pastoral in feel, this one-story home boasts exposed wood and beams throughout. The living room has hardwood floors, a couch and chairs as well as a wood-burning fireplace to warm your tootsies. Unplug and enjoy face to face time with fellow travelers as this home doesn't have WiFi. The kitchen and dining space are airy and bright. There are picture windows and a four-seat dining table in the dining room as well as a couch nearby. The kitchen has a large fridge, gas stove, and lots of counter space. There are three bedrooms and one bathroom for everyone to share. The master has a queen bed, a second bedroom has a full bed, and the other bedroom has a twin bunkbed. You can enjoy al fresco meals in the yard via the gas grill and Adirondack chairs. There's also a private dock for water excursions and cable. Bring Fido as one dog is allowed with an additional nightly pet fee! Enjoy rustic appeal in Appleton, a quiet town in the heart of Maine. Hike through the nature at Camden Hills State Park or fish on one of the lakes. Don't forget to try some world renowned Maine blueberries! Enjoy a romantic weekend at this charming Midcoast Maine cottage. Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV.
Farm Stay
1br Farm Stay
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The SpaceThe camper has a fully equipped kitchen with gas stove and small refrigerator. Battery run inside lights. Water is available for cooking or hand washing. A new comfortable outhouse is conveniently located. Until the outdoor shower is complete guests may use the farm house. Enjoy a cup of coffee or tea on the covered deck. A small table and chairs are provided. Guest AccessThe farm and wood lot adjacent have paths that are easily accessible and available for guests to use at their leisure. Livestock areas are open to view and with permission guests may pass through. We also have a nearby lakefront property with kayaks available for a small fee. Guests with their own non motorized boat can use the this for no charge. Interaction with GuestsTerra Optima Farm is a well known, small diversified livestock farm and farm animal sanctuary. The owners or staff are nearly always present. We will certainly be available to assist our guests in any way we can. We want your stay to the very best it can be. The NeighborhoodAppleton, Maine is like the hub of a wheel. From here you can easily travel to Camden, Belfast, Rockland and Damariscotta. These coastal towns can be reached within 30 minutes. Fine dining, pub food, casual restaurants, water views and sports, biking and hiking are within easy and scenic drives. The people that live here are fairly easy going and approachable. This is one of the best places in the country to visit. You may want to move here! Getting AroundThis is Maine. Rural Maine. There is no real public transportation system. There are cab services and bus services to some of the small cities, but do not count on hailing a cab from the corner. Other Things to NoteIt is important to remember that this is a working farm. Our chickens are free range and may show up at your door. Pigs, cows, goats, one lamb, horses and donkeys that sometimes bray in the night are part of the package. Tractors may be running by 6:00am and lights out is usually early. We work hard. For those of you who are adventurous and want to try your hand at a farm task, we will put you on. We love what we do. We love our farm and our animals. You may have to wait for directions to the laundromat while we finish chores, but we won't take too long to get to you.
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3br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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Nestled among sprawling picturesque mountain and water views you will find an intimate modern lifestyle oasis with all the blueberries and lobster you could ask for... Step back in time as you enjoy modern amenities in this mountainside luxury paradise located on 20 private acres in the hip community of Hope, Maine. Journey down the road less traveled beneath a canopy of leafy trees, past a general store, barn side art, antiques, fishing ponds, local breweries and wineries. The National Toboggan races and the only ski slope on the east coast to offer ocean views all with in a few minutes drive. This upscale 3 bedroom home offers a very modern open floor plan. Located on the main floor you will find a large living room with a large fireplace and TV. A fully stocked new kitchen with dining. Two queen guest rooms share a hall bath with shower. A large modern wrap around deck with entrances from all main rooms and one guest room. The second guest room has a private woods view. The top floor master retreat offers a view like no other... a fireplace, his and her vanities, a master tub with a view, a double shower large enough for four, a washer and dryer and organized closet space for all of your personal needs. The bottom floor of this home offers the same magnificent views and modern lifestyle as both floors above. A home gym, a large den, a half bath, and a garage complete this elegant home. Outside to the east, you will enjoy large raised garden beds, and a large yard. To the west you will see a beautiful wooded area with many types of wildlife like deer and moose. Hope, Maine known as "the hippest place to live", has a classic old time feel, it is centrally located near the charming seaside harbors and renowned restaurants of Camden, Rockport and Lincolnville beach. Enjoy The Hope House and step back in time without sacrificing modern amenities. 24 hour concierge service offering: Lobster service, provision delivery, daily/mid stay maid service, schooner cruises, airport shuttle, local trip itineraries, kayak and paddle board rentals, chef services and much more... Hope, Maine...the way life should be
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
This secluded and rustic Appleton vacation home boasts a lakefront location and a cozy interior, making it the perfect refuge for a romantic retreat or small family gathering. You can even bring your dog! Just 16 miles from lovely Camden, this home is on the banks of Sennebec Pond, offering a lovely spot on the water. Pastoral in feel, this one-story home boasts exposed wood and beams throughout. The living room has hardwood floors, a couch and chairs as well as a wood-burning fireplace to warm your tootsies. Unplug and enjoy face to face time with fellow travelers as this home doesn't have WiFi. The kitchen and dining space are airy and bright. There are picture windows and a four-seat dining table in the dining room as well as a couch nearby. The kitchen has a large fridge, gas stove, and lots of counter space. There are three bedrooms and one bathroom for everyone to share. The master has a queen bed, a second bedroom has a full bed, and the other bedroom has a twin bunkbed. You can enjoy al fresco meals in the yard via the gas grill and Adirondack chairs. There's also a private dock for water excursions and cable. Bring Fido as one dog is allowed with an additional nightly pet fee! Enjoy rustic appeal in Appleton, a quiet town in the heart of Maine. Hike through the nature at Camden Hills State Park or fish on one of the lakes. Don't forget to try some world renowned Maine blueberries! Enjoy a romantic weekend at this charming Midcoast Maine cottage.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Wifi
3 bedrooms, and a basement dedicated to a kids sleeping & playroom. The upstairs has two master bedrooms, each with private adjacent bathrooms and walk-in closets. One has a bathtub, one has multijet sprayers in the oversize shower. Main floor has one smaller bedroom with a futon bed and nearby half bathroom. Kitchen is brand new, gourmet, top of the range oven, open plan spilling out to the main living area. We've attempted to provide most appliances/gadgetry you'd need including 2 coffee makers (for decaf and regular), a mixer, blender, food processor, and all the ammentities for cooking beautiful food (or leave it and just order out!). The backside of the house looks out onto Washington pond, and the house is structured with windows all along the backside for continual views. Two decks -- one off the kitchen is a screened in porch with outdoor grill that is hardwired to a gasline with a nice outdoor dining table that easily seats 6. The other deck, running along the length of the house, is straight off the back, overlooking the lake, open air with outdoor seats, and with stairs leading straight out to the lake.
Cabin
2br Cabin
    Rent this cozy and comfortable waterfront log cottage. Sunbathe on the deck,fish off the wharf, or swim out to the float. The possibilities and sun sets are endless. Feed the ducks, and keep a sharp eye out for the bald eagle.Listen, closely you'll be sure to hear the loons cry. Enjoy a fire inside using the large field stone fireplace or waterside, in the fire pit. BBQ on the deck using the gas grill or use the ground set, brick BBQ pit. Located on a quiet 3 mile long lake,and privately owned lane. It is 22 miles from the beautiful mid-coast area and 25 from city shopping. The perfect cottage get away with all the amenities. Keywords: Log Cabin Cottage