Bath, ME, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Bath

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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceStaying in this mid 1800’s home, while exploring Bath and the surrounding areas, will be a pleasant and enjoyable experience. This apartment was completely renovated in 2012 with all systems updated. The home continues to have an historic feel, while being a cozy, clean and convenient location with off street parking for one car. There are hardwood floors throughout, two original (but non-working) fireplaces, small/efficient kitchen with new appliances and cabinets, newly renovated bathroom with a shower and an airy comfortable living room with a couch that will sleep one. The bedroom features a queen size bed and a sunny workspace. Bath was awarded the 2012 Great American Main Street award for its historic and charming downtown. Bath is an excellent central location for a week long vacation. You must view the Bath website to get a feel for this special little city ((URL HIDDEN) This apartment is a 10 minute walk to historic Bath and a short drive to Popham Beach, Reid State Park, LL Bean/Freeport shopping, Portland, Boothbay Harbor and Camden. For the more adventurous there are kayak rentals, fishing charters, many hikes (he(URL HIDDEN) and miles of sidewalks throughout town for scenic walks or runs. And of course there is food, Bath and the surrounding towns have many wonderful restaurants that will please all your tastes (m(URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceYou will enjoy a beautiful single room and bath with private entrance in a Victorian waterfront cottage, convenient to Bowdoin College and many of Maine's most spectacular shores. This is the perfect peaceful escape in which to relax and sketch, write, think, or just kick back and experience the singular beauty of the state of Maine. It is also a convenient halfway stopover if your plans take you north to Canada or south to Boston and beyond. Your room has a very comfortable single [aka twin] bed, small refrigerator and microwave and lots of antique charm. The bath has a claw-foot tub with a water view. Osprey watching and kayak rentals are available in season, but sunset over the water is a daily event year around. The gardens are yours to enjoy, as well as relaxation on the deck . Guest AccessSee above :) Interaction with Guests I live on premises and am readily available. The NeighborhoodSee above :) Getting AroundYou will need a car. Other Things to NoteThe Waratah is an old house and it is directly on the water. That combination can lead to occasional mustiness. It doesn't mean the place is dirty; it just means that it is old. I handle it by leaving the windows open, but if you think it would bother you...the Waratah probably should not be your choice.
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The SpaceIt's your home away from home. Guest AccessFull access to all amenities on the grounds. Interaction with GuestsWe love interacting with our guests, but at the same time, respect their privacy. We can be around as little or as much as your prefer.
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The Space1820's B&B, conveniently located and within walking distance (4 blocks) to downtown shops/restaurants in beautiful Bath, known for its history of shipbuilding. Not far from beautiful sandy beaches at Reid State Park and Popham Beach, river and sea cruises, kayaking, Maine Maritime Museum, Bowdoin College, LLBean and Freeport outlets. Includes a complimentary fabulous full breakfast in the morning. Access to Cable TV, WI/FI and air-conditioned rooms. We can accommodate dietary restrictions and requests, if notified in advance. Three rooms, with queen and king-size beds and private bathrooms - price listed is per room, $137/night for each room. Ask about the Tall Chimney Room with its own deck and large 2-person Jacuzzi.
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Good
23 reviews
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The SpaceWe have a group of eight cottages situated in a semi-circle on about 6 acres of land - bordered on one side by the New Meadows River. There's a bench on the river bank - look for osprey, blue heron, bald eagles and sometimes a seal will follow the striped bass up the river this far. We are 12 miles from the open ocean and the river is perfect for exploring by kayak. The road at the front of our property can be busy during the day with local car traffic, but it's generally very quiet at night. My grandfather built the cottages (and house for himself and my grandmother on the same property) in the mid-to-late 40's. He had started a lobster pound across the road which had grown to become a restaurant & inn and later, under my father's management, a banquet room was added. The Inn was sold in 2004 (and is now a church) and Sue & I took over the ownership and operation of the cottages. Interaction with GuestsWe live in the house next to the cottages and are generally available at any time. Guests are welcome to stop by for information or assistance and we can also be reached by phone, email or airbnb message.
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Excellent
125 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceRelax in one of two bedrooms (one full, one queen) or a cozy living room. Cook and share a fabulous farmer's market dinner in the fully-stocked kitchen with friends. Sip a mug of locally-roasted coffee on the sun porch, and enjoy the deck and private fire pit after a long day at the beach. Enjoy classic architectural details and a fully updated bathroom. Furnishing and decor is simple, functional, and inviting. Doubling Point Cottage would make a charming getaway for a couple looking for a romantic spot on the Midcoast, a comfortable vacation cottage for a small family, or a quiet home-away-from-home for a short-term contractor. The home was built in 1920 right behind one of the most productive shipyards in the nation - it was probably built by a ship's carpenter, and is very modest while retaining many interesting architectural features. There are some odd quirks - a fairly steep staircase, tight hallways, and a bedroom door threshold right at the top of the stairs - but we find those elements charming and authentic, and we hope you do too! Ask us about multi-week and last-minute discounts! Guest AccessOther amenities include: - Wireless internet access (but relax - no television.) - Books, games, and puzzles Children's toys and books - Coffee and tea bar stocked with local blends - Outdoor fire pit and gas grill - Parking for two cars, and a small boat and trailer. Interaction with GuestsWe try to greet each guest as they arrive, so we ask for a range of expected arrival time in advance. It doesn't always work out though, so in the event that we can't meet you, we will be sure to give you good directions so you can find your way in and get settled! We welcome guests of all types and stripes. The NeighborhoodA short stroll through a quiet residential neighborhood will bring you to one of the ‘ten best maritime museums in the world', the Maine Maritime Museum. From there, you can catch the trolley to our charming walkable downtown, just a mile away. The adventurous will find two public boat launches nearby, two state parks with miles of sandy beaches less than 15 miles away, and dozens of opportunities to hike, bike, and explore. Bath and the southern Midcoast in general have really lovely communities, with walkable towns, independent communities, and a lot of emphasis on local agriculture, music, and culture. Bath shares all of these classic Maine values, and is a wonderful town to explore, or to provide a home base for further adventures! Other Things to NoteThe cottage blog and more information is available through an easy internet search of the cottage name. We are just a regular (busy!) family with a small kid, who really enjoy sharing a bit of our modest lives and hometown with travelers. This may mean that we haven't achieved hotel-level perfection or standardization... But we do our best to make everything comfortable and inviting! This is a historic house- a steep staircase and tight hallways may not be accessible for every body. Both bedrooms and the only bath are on the second floor. Ask us about multi-week and last-minute discounts!
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Good
86 reviews
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The SpaceWe have a group of eight cottages situated in a semi-circle on about 6 acres of land - bordered on one side by the New Meadows River. There's a bench on the river bank - look for osprey, blue heron, bald eagles and sometimes a seal will follow the striped bass up the river this far. We are 12 miles from the open ocean and the river is perfect for exploring by kayak. The road at the front of our property can be busy during the day with local car traffic, but it's generally very quiet at night. My grandfather built the cottages (and house for himself and my grandmother on the same property) in the mid-to-late 40's. He had started a lobster pound across the road which had grown to become a restaurant & inn and later, under my father's management, a banquet room was added. The Inn was sold in 2004 (and is now a church) and Sue & I took over the ownership and operation of the cottages.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis beautifully preserved 1890's house is situated on the edge of the Kennebec River. It is the larger of two properties on a beautiful piece of land on the outskirts of Bath. (The other property, "the nest," is rented on Airbnb separately). Guests can sit on the wrap-around deck and watch the evening fall over the marshes. The house has a beautiful fully equipped open-plan kitchen, a lounge area with windows on two sides, and a dining room. There are two bedrooms with double beds, a small bedroom with a single bed, and two bathrooms. There are two dedicated private parking spaces. Guest AccessThe entire house. Interaction with GuestsWe check in with guests to make sure everything is OK, but guests have the house to themselves. The NeighborhoodBath is a quaint town on the Kennebec river, recently voted one of the best small towns to live in America. Front Street and Maine Street have antique shops, boutique clothing stores, (email hidden) store and Cafe Creme, a lovely coffee shop. Stroll around historic downtown to see the architecture, or walk along the riverside park and stop in at the Farmer's market. If you enjoy nature and hiking, Popham Beach, Sewall Pond, Morse Mountain bird reserve and Josephine Newman Sanctuary are each about 15 minute drive. Boaters can take tours down the Kennebec (or even to Seguin Lighthouse) through the River Run tours, or the Maine Marine Museum. This museum also has exhibits for all ages, highlighting the history of the town that once was famous for building clipper ships, including a boat builders area and a pirate ship. Shoppers will love that Bath is 20 minutes drive from Freeport Outlet town and LL Bean Flag ship store. Bath is also 15 minute drive from the quaint town of Wiscasset, which is fast becoming Maine's antique-shop capital, and a 15 minute drive from Brunswick, for parents visiting Bowdoin. Bath is famous for its Heritage Days July 4th weekend with a parade, a local fair and a fireworks display over the river. Getting AroundThere is a little local trolley that stops almost outside directly the house, and runs through downtown. Greyhound buses stop at the "Mail it For You", and there is a train from Brunswick to Boston (a 15 minute drive).
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis apartment, part of a historic home, offers guests total privacy and walkability to the great town of Bath, Maine. Guest AccessPrivate 2-story, 1 bedroom apartment. Private parking. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to answer questions or emails. We don't anticipate in-person interaction. You may see us in the yard. The NeighborhoodBath is a historic town with great walkability. Within a half-mile, you can access the beautiful Kennebec River, the charming downtown of Bath, a glorious farmer's market, independent bookstore, and more. Everything you need is within walking distance. Getting AroundThere is a trolley that does a regular loop around town. Other Things to NoteThis is a historic home -- and as such has some charming quirks.
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The SpaceThis is an historic home from Bath's rich shipbuilding history. Afternoon tea and gourmet breakfasts are complimentary for all guests. Guest AccessGuests have access to 3 common areas - a large Gathering room with fireplace, a front parlor and a library with a TV. Breakfast is served in the dining room. During warm weather, guests can also relax on the patio surrounded by our garden. Interaction with GuestsAmy and Mark, your hosts, are always live on premises and will be there to greet you and show you your room. They are available to answer questions and provide information about the area. The NeighborhoodWe are located on a quiet side street in Bath's historic district within walking distance to downtown restaurants and shops. Off street parking is available. Getting AroundBath is very walkable and there is plenty of free parking around town. During summer and fall there is a trolley service available. Other Things to NoteWe have a total of 4 rooms at our B and B. You can contact us for details.
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2br cottage
    Charming antique cottage on the Kennebec in Bath, Maine. This home is lovingly restored and furnished with antiques and unusual items. Some items are for sale. Please enquire if you are interested. The outdoor deck overlooks the river so the cool breezes keep the temperature comfortable even in hot weather. Although this is a quiet beautiful setting, it is only five minutes walk to award-winning Main Street. Perfect weekend getaway spot, or base for exploring further in Maine. Big enough to be a commercial and cultural hub and compact enough to be intimate and walkable, Bath is vibrant, friendly, and a Maine visitor’s paradise.
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    3br b&b
      Let us pamper you in this 1874 Victorian listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Cuddle by the fire or enjoy the miles of sandy beaches. Busy yourselves under the down comforters at night and wake each morning to a sumptuous breakfast. We devote ourselves to your complete comfort. Antique shops abound. Yankee Magazine’s “editors’ pick” and Bed & Breakfast Journal “Top 15 Romantic Inns” in the country. Featured on HGTV “Restore America.” The only B & B in Bath recommended by AAA uuu and Mobile Guide.
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      2br cottage
        If you're looking for a great mid-coast Maine vacation spot, this is it! Mill Pond cottage is located on beautiful Arrowsic Island, surrounded by the Kennebec, Sasanoa and Back Rivers, just 10 minutes south of historic Bath, ME on Rt. 127. The cottage is situated on 5 acres of secluded woodland with +300 feet of shoreline on beautiful Mill Pond (above), a tidal saltwater marsh, bird lover’s paradise and home to a wide variety of ducks and geese, gulls, great blue herons, osprey and an occasional bald eagle. The marsh opens onto Hockamock Bay and provides excellent opportunities for kayaking or canoeing. In the morning you might be awakened by the gobbling of turkeys or the cooing of morning doves - or serenaded in the evening by a local coyote family and/or the abundant owl population. During the day you may want to just relax on the screened porch and read a book or nap. Or if you feel a need for exercise you could take a short hike to Sewall Pond, a lovely freshwater pond where you can take a dip to cool off or wet a line to sample it’s excellent pan fishery. If you’re inclined to catch some sun at the beach, Reid State Park is a short 10 mile drive - or cycle- down the peninsula. On the way back you might want to stop at Five Island’s Lobster Company to sample a freshly prepared lobster while watching lobstermen maneuver among the islands tending their traps. If boating is your thing, Robinhood Marine Center, a full-service facility, is 5 miles down the road in Georgetown. Description: New 2001 ! Cozy two bedroom home with views of Mill Pond saltwater marsh, Hockamock Bay and Back River. Quiet, secluded. Tremendous birdwatching. Many excellent hiking trails on the island. Swimming in freshwater pond. Beaches at Reid State Park and Popham, great shopping in historic Bath and Freeport (LL Bean), 10-30 min drive. Day trips to Boothbay Harbor and Bar Harbor (Acadia National Park). Maine Maritime Museum, five-star restaurant (Robinhood Meeting House). Layout: First Floor Modern, fully equipped Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room with French doors opening onto screened-in porch. TV/VCR. A full bath downstairs with washer/dryer. Second Floor Master bedroom with TV/VCR, Queen bed and large closet. Second bedroom with TV/VCR, twin beds and closet. All new mattresses. Half bath upstairs. Ceiling fans in Kitchen/Dining/Sitting room and both bedrooms. Cottage is located in back of 5 acres - beautiful, secluded setting with wonderful views of Mill Pond tidal saltwater marsh, Hockamock Bay and Back River. Wildlife abounds, deer roaming the property, turkeys and other occasional wildlife and a wide variety of birds including ducks, geese, great blue herons, osprey and an occasional eagle. We provide a state park pass during your stay. This is very private, secluded yet only 10 minutes to Bath, 15 minutes to Brunwsick. The cottage is so well equipped you only need your suitcases and food. We even furnish beach chairs and beach towels.
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        The SpaceThis gorgeous studio, which we call “the nest,” is the smaller of two properties on a beautiful piece of land on the outskirts of Bath. (The other property, “Charming Waterfront in Bath” is rented on Airbnb separately). It has a galley kitchen, a small living room with windows on two sides, an open bedroom two steps up from the living room, and a loft space (accessed by ladder) where there are mattresses for kids. There are two dedicated private parking spaces. Guest AccessThe whole studio. Interaction with GuestsWe check in with guests to make sure everything is OK, but guests have the house to themselves.
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        Excellent
        39 reviews
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        The SpaceOpen plan home is available to guests throughout their stay. You will be surrounded by eclectic art and furnishings made by me - some are for sale or available by commission. Guest AccessYou have a private 2nd floor bedroom, shared bathroom and full access to the property, including the large wrap-around porch with lovely views. Interaction with GuestsI'm here all day. I work in the solar powered workshop building and can be available any time for advice or to lead a hike to the nearby lake. You can have privacy and solitude in the house during my working hours of 10-6 if you wish. The NeighborhoodVery private property on quiet dead-end road. Nearest neighbors are hundreds of feet away. Lovely views of open hay field from the front porch where you can have breakfast. Getting AroundAbout 10 minutes drive to Bath or Wiscasset. I can recommend many great restaurants with local color and other attractions nearby. Other Things to NoteI can offer "prix fixe" dinner for $20/person if you wish. I like to barbecue fish, chicken or burgers along with vegetables and salad. Join me for food and conversation.
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        Excellent
        30 reviews
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        The SpaceWe have a group of eight cottages situated in a semi-circle on about 6 acres of land - bordered on one side by the New Meadows River. There's a bench on the river bank - look for osprey, blue heron, bald eagles and sometimes a seal will follow the striped bass up the river this far. We are 12 miles from the open ocean and the river is perfect for exploring by kayak. The road at the front of our property can be busy during the day with local car traffic, but it's generally very quiet at night. My grandfather built the cottages (and house for himself and my grandmother on the same property) in the mid-to-late 40's. He had started a lobster pound across the road which had grown to become a restaurant & inn and later, under my father's management, a banquet room was added. The Inn was sold in 2004 (and is now a church) and Sue & I took over the ownership and operation of the cottages.
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        Excellent
        25 reviews
        1br Shared Room
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        The SpacePrivate cottage with kitchen facilities and private parking located on the New Meadows River with water views. Adjacent to traditional Tibetan Buddhist Shrineroom. Guest AccessGuests have parking adjacent to the cottage. Interaction with GuestsWe live on site and are available to help with itinerary or holiday plans. Other Things to NoteThe space is located in a Buddhist Meditation Center with a regular schedule of meditation and Buddhist practice.
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        The SpaceIn a quiet wooded setting. Ceiling fan. A/C during the summer. The heat source is radiant heat, thermostat is set on 66. I provide a space heater & blanket in the bedroom in case guests get cold. The tv is located in the living room, not in the bedroom. House has ADT Security & video that is set no later than 10pm. We do ask guests to be in for the evening between 9-10pm. Free wifi. No drinking or eating in the bedroom but water is allowed. Keurig single cups of coffee is available in the kitchen and for drinking downstairs. There are no locks on any of the doors except for outside doors. When I built the house I had young step children and didn't give them the option to lock their doors. At some point I will change out the lock free doors and put locks on the guest bathroom and guest bedroom. Until then I think it's important to know this. I do not go into the bedroom or bathroom when guests are here. If you think you will be checking in late, please let me know to determine if it's a good fit for both of us. Guest AccessKitchen for coffee. Please ask if you will be using the kitchen for cooking in advance. Living room, dining room, shared bathroom (no tub) and private bedroom. Interaction with GuestsGreeting upon arrival. Will show you your room and parts of the house for access. I never leave the house unattended. I will most likely have a conversation if you like. I like people and love to know a little about your travels because I love to travel myself. If you prefer to keep to yourself I respect that and can give you privacy. I can also be quiet and keep to myself at times. The NeighborhoodIt's wooded and quiet. Close to State Parks and shopping. Getting AroundYou will need your own vehicle for transportation. There is no Uber. Taxis are very expensive ($20 for 4 miles) Other Things to NoteI will provide individual soap upon request. I have shampoo & Conditioner, but not individually sized. Jergens pump lotion to use as much as you like. I'll have the backup items in case you forgot to pack it. Blow dryer available. Clean towels. Access to iron & board.
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        141br hotel
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        Situated in Bath, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Bath Visitor Information Center, Chocolate Church, and Waterfront Park. Maine Maritime Museum is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) away.
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        94br hotel
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        Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Waterfront Park, Chocolate Church, and Bath Visitor Information Center. Maine Maritime Museum is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) away.
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        4br hotel
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        Situated in Bath, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Bath Visitor Information Center and Chocolate Church. Waterfront Park and Maine Maritime Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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        Excellent
        70 reviews
        2br hotel
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        Located in the heart of Woolwich, this historic bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Waterfront Park, Chocolate Church, and Bath Visitor Information Center. Maine Maritime Museum is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) away.
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        3br hotel
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        Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Waterfront Park and Chocolate Church. Bath Visitor Information Center and Maine Maritime Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
        Cottage
        2br Cottage
          If you're looking for a great mid-coast Maine vacation spot, this is it! Mill Pond cottage is located on beautiful Arrowsic Island, surrounded by the Kennebec, Sasanoa and Back Rivers, just 10 minutes south of historic Bath, ME on Rt. 127. The cottage is situated on 5 acres of secluded woodland with +300 feet of shoreline on beautiful Mill Pond (above), a tidal saltwater marsh, bird lover’s paradise and home to a wide variety of ducks and geese, gulls, great blue herons, osprey and an occasional bald eagle. The marsh opens onto Hockamock Bay and provides excellent opportunities for kayaking or canoeing. In the morning you might be awakened by the gobbling of turkeys or the cooing of morning doves - or serenaded in the evening by a local coyote family and/or the abundant owl population. During the day you may want to just relax on the screened porch and read a book or nap. Or if you feel a need for exercise you could take a short hike to Sewall Pond, a lovely freshwater pond where you can take a dip to cool off or wet a line to sample it’s excellent pan fishery. If you’re inclined to catch some sun at the beach, Reid State Park is a short 10 mile drive - or cycle- down the peninsula. On the way back you might want to stop at Five Island’s Lobster Company to sample a freshly prepared lobster while watching lobstermen maneuver among the islands tending their traps. If boating is your thing, Robinhood Marine Center, a full-service facility, is 5 miles down the road in Georgetown. Description: New 2001 ! Cozy two bedroom home with views of Mill Pond saltwater marsh, Hockamock Bay and Back River. Quiet, secluded. Tremendous birdwatching. Many excellent hiking trails on the island. Swimming in freshwater pond. Beaches at Reid State Park and Popham, great shopping in historic Bath and Freeport (LL Bean), 10-30 min drive. Day trips to Boothbay Harbor and Bar Harbor (Acadia National Park). Maine Maritime Museum, five-star restaurant (Robinhood Meeting House). Layout: First Floor Modern, fully equipped Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room with French doors opening onto screened-in porch. TV/VCR. A full bath downstairs with washer/dryer. Second Floor Master bedroom with TV/VCR, Queen bed and large closet. Second bedroom with TV/VCR, twin beds and closet. All new mattresses. Half bath upstairs. Ceiling fans in Kitchen/Dining/Sitting room and both bedrooms.
          Bed & Breakfast
          3br Bed & Breakfast
            Let us pamper you in this 1874 Victorian listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Cuddle by the fire or enjoy the miles of sandy beaches. Busy yourselves under the down comforters at night and wake each morning to a sumptuous breakfast. We devote ourselves to your complete comfort. Antique shops abound. Yankee Magazine’s “editors’ pick” and Bed & Breakfast Journal “Top 15 Romantic Inns” in the country. Featured on HGTV “Restore America.” The only B & B in Bath recommended by AAA uuu and Mobile Guide.
            Cottage
            2br Cottage
              Charming antique cottage on the Kennebec in Bath, Maine. This home is lovingly restored and furnished with antiques and unusual items. Some items are for sale. Please enquire if you are interested. The outdoor deck overlooks the river so the cool breezes keep the temperature comfortable even in hot weather. Although this is a quiet beautiful setting, it is only five minutes walk to award-winning Main Street. Perfect weekend getaway spot, or base for exploring further in Maine.
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              The SpaceWe invite you to the first season of this custom built tree dwelling. This abode is called "Madawaska", which means "where two rivers join". Part tree house, part tiny house, the dwelling consists of two elevated structures connected by a private deck (on posts with trees growing up through). Structures are accessed by a SPIRAL STAIRCASE. We've used vintage and salvaged materials when possible. STRUCTURE #1: a bedroom, with an entire wall of south facing windows, affording stunning river views. Includes KING SIZE BED (or two twin beds upon request). STRUCTURE #2: includes a small kitchen and small dining area with large windows for water views, a small full bathroom, and a screened-in porch with sitting area, and river views. Kitchen includes: two-burner stove, sink, small fridge, pots, pans, dishes, toaster oven (no regular oven). Both structures have views across a river bay, and down river to where the Back River meets the Kennebec River (hence "Madawaska") just before both flow into open ocean, past Seguin Island (where George Washington commissioned a lighthouse). AUTUMN VISITS: Come stay in the tree dwelling in Autumn for stunning views of foliage. The dwellings are well insulated and contain heating units. THE VIEWS: Gorgeous views down the Back River, and across the river lie hundreds of acres of pristine conservation land. Part of the year, this tree dwelling will be used for the Seguin Artist in Residence Program at the Back River Institute, which is under development. CANOES and KAYAK'S are available for a small fee if you book in advance. Guest AccessThe space and the 21 acre property are yours. There is one other one-bedroom tree dwelling on the property, which is rentable. In addition, guests have access to adjoining 40 acre peninsula with docks, trails and cottages. Interaction with GuestsWe live on adjoining property. So we can meet you in person upon arrival and someone can always be available by phone or in-person for local tips and problem solving. The NeighborhoodWe are located in the picturesque coastal village of Georgetown, Maine (which includes Five Islands). Reid State Park, with its beautiful, sandy beaches and hiking trails, is just a few miles from us, further into Georgetown. Be sure to visit the Five Islands Lobster Co. for best lobsters, lobster rolls, fish sandwiches, corn on the cob--and harbor views. Five Islands Farm and Gourmet Market is an excellent source of fine wine, beers, local produce, meats, cheeses, gifts. We are a ten minute drive from the town of Bath Maine, which has a great coffee shop (Cafe Creme), bookstore (the Mustard Seed), deli (the Living Edge), grocery store (Bracket's Market), health food store (Bath Natural Market), great yoga studio (Ebb and Flow), BBQ (Beale St. BBQ), fine dining (Solo Bistro), Maine Maritime Museum, and locally famous Reny's! We are 20 minutes from Brunswick with Bowdoin College, Sea Dog Brewery, Gelato Fiasco!, coffee shops, great restaurants and bar/restaurant/hangout (Frontier), indie movie theatre with couches (The Starlight). We are 30 minutes from Freeport, for original L.L. Bean store and outlets. We are 45 minutes from Portland, with its exploding, world-class restaurant/foodie scene. Getting AroundNo public transportation here. But easy to get to by car or bike. Other Things to NoteBig Note: this tree dwelling is almost finished. The final details will be completed in the coming weeks and it will be available for rent starting in June. At that time we can add more detailed pictures of the place. For now, we've included our design sketches and in-progress pics--so you can feel like part of the process. You'll be among the first to dwell in these unique spaces!
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              1br Home/Apartment
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              The SpaceThis property has been restored with period appropriate touches save for a few modern upgrades for comfort including panoramic windows and a gas fireplace. Enjoy either the dining area or breakfast nook when the munchies strike. Guest AccessEasy 24h check in access with a key available on the premises. You have full use of the entire home, including a deck overlooking the expansive lawn and river views. Interaction with GuestsProperty owners are steps away and can be as involved or removed as guests prefer. Property manager available by phone, email or text. The NeighborhoodCalled Nequasset after Nequasset lake by Abenaki Indians, it was first settled in 1638 by Edward Bateman and John Brown. They would purchase the land in 1639 from the sachem Mowhotiwormet, commonly known as Chief Robinhood, who lived near Nequasset Falls. At Day's Ferry on the Kennebec River, Richard Hammond operated a fortified trading post. His household of 16, including servants, workmen and stepchildren, conducted a lucrative fur trade with the Indians. But in the first blow of King Philip's War in the area, on the evening of August 13, 1676, warriors ingratiated themselves into the stockaded trading post, then killed the elderly Hammond and his stepson as they returned for the night. Others were either slain and scalped or taken into captivity. Buildings were looted and burned, and the cattle slain. Nequasset was attacked during King William's War, when inhabitants were again massacred or forced to abandon their homes. It was assailed again in 1723 during Dummer's War, when the Norridgewocks and their 250 Indian allies from Canada, incited by the French missionary Sebastien Rale, burned dwellings and killed cattle. Following Governor William Dummer's peace treaty of 1725, resettlement would be slow. During the French and Indian War, on June 9, 1758, Indians raided the village, killing members of the Preble family and taking others prisoner to Quebec. This incident became known as the last conflict on the Kennebec River. Nequasset had become a district of Georgetown, but on Octob(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), the plantation was set off and incorporated by the Massachusetts General Court, named after Woolwich, England. The peninsula was heavily wooded, providing timber for shipbuilding. It also had excellent soil for agriculture. By 1858, industries included two sawmills, two gristmills and a shipyard. By 1886, the community also produced bricks and leather. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers twice widened Upper Hell Gate on the Sasanoa River, which separates Woolwich from Arrowsic. Originally constricted by curves and ledges, which were made even more dangerous by swift currents, the half mile (0.8 kilometer) stretch was widened in 1898 to a minimum of 90 feet (27 meters), then again in 1908 to a minimum of 140 feet (40 meters) and depth of 12 feet (4 meters). The Sasanoa River now permits navigation between Bath and Boothbay Harbor. Getting AroundWhile there is no public transportation in the area, the closest grocery is in Bath, a 7 minute drive. Quaint shopping and restaurants in town or surrounding neighborhoods of Brunswick, Freeport, Portland, Wiscasset or Boothbay Harbor.
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              The SpaceCharming 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom salt box house in quiet, historic residential neighborhood. This house was built in 1901 so it is well loved (and like any 100+ year old, not everything has aged gracefully) with many quirks and tons of character. Lots of space to spread out and relax. Off street parking for 2 cars, fenced in backyard with picnic area. Guest AccessYou will have access to both stories of the living space, kitchen, backyard, and communal areas. Locally roasted coffee and cold breakfast provided, wifi, TV with Roku stick, audio system (just plug in your iPod and go!), book swap shelf, bicycle available to borrow. Dogs are welcome. Interaction with GuestsIdeally we would meet every guest, but sometimes this may not be possible. We will be sure to leave a lot of information to help you acclimate quickly during your stay. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood with friendly neighbors and a spacious backyard. Fireworks are legal in the state of Maine, and can be heard nearby on some weekends. Our neighbors are respectful and do not set them off late at night, but sometimes the smoke can be smelled in and around our neighborhood (especially during holidays). This smell can get trapped in the house if the windows are open- so if you are sensitive to smoke smells try to keep the windows shut! Getting AroundDowntown area is a short walk away, with several local restaurants, boutiques, book stores, parks, a local pub, and more. Just a 3-5 minute drive from two grocery stores, and 10-15 minutes from Topsham and Brunswick. There is even a trolley to serves as our public transportation. Weekend farmer’s markets and local events happening often! Lots to do in this cool little city! Close to state parks and beaches (driving distance). Other Things to NoteWhile old New England houses are charming, they are often misunderstood. Many things that people interpret as "dirty" are really just evidence of an old and well loved house. Stains and scratches on wooden floors and tables, knicks in the baseboards, dents in the walls, and an old tub and kitchen floor that have not aged very gracefully. We take our commitment to our guests very seriously, and spend hours preparing for each guests visit- ensuring a safe and sanitary environment for you. We hope that you will love our weird little house as much as we do!
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              The SpaceCharming antique cottage on the Kennebec in Bath, Maine. Five minutes walk to award-winning Main Street. Perfect weekend getaway spot, or base for exploring further in Maine.
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              The SpaceThis tiny house is rustic but quaint and you can't help but imagine it in its former life as a treat vending hut as you sit at the counter and take in the picturesque setting. Make no mistake, this is not a modern luxury model from Tiny House Nation. It's uniqueness and history are charming. The spot is open but surrounded by woods and has access to trails next door. Tiny house has a queen and futon full and additional twin can be brought in for floor sleeping. House has electric only and water needs are just 68 steps away up a winding woodsy path where you may stop to enjoy a few Maine blueberries in route. You will have full use of Beautiful Coastal Log Home (see post) and can venture out on trails next door or step into the river just a 10 minute walk away. You will have access to bikes with owner and and may arrange a walking tour. We have campfires most nights and play board games if enthusiasm is up. We have outdoor ping pong and a beautiful porch with comfy seating for bird and "critter" watching. Pets considered with $25 deposit. Guest AccessGuests have private use of the tiny house. You are welcome to come up to main log house to use bathroom(s), kitchen(s) and living area(s). Hosts often up for a shared meal, a scrappy game of scrabble or cribbage (many others, too) if you dare take on the host who doesn't like to lose. Kidding. Sort of. You can easily walk the dozens of acres nearby and enjoy or initiate a camp fire in the big fire pit. I bet we have some marshmallows.. Interaction with GuestsI like to socialize where a guest seems interested. I am respectful of a guest's space and can easily coexist without interaction if that is preferred and this is reflected in my reviews. The NeighborhoodThe house is located on a short dirt road just off the main road that runs down the island. It is a sharp right and then the second driveway marked "Happy Hippie Lane". There is so much stretchout space, gardens, lawn, woods, short road and the main road where you can walk. Getting AroundThe Concord Coachline bus comes to Wiscasset, the next town, twice a day. It comes from NYC and Boston and is a very nice, clean and comfortable ride. There is a local taxi and may be Uber depending on the time of year. Host is willing to help you get places within reason if necessary.