Georgetown Accommodations

Accommodations in Georgetown

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60 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFrom a guest: "We stayed over Christmas and it was so beautiful watching the snow fall while overlooking the water. The house is exactly as pictured and described, it has everything you need, a very well equipped kitchen, lots of space in the lounge and a large dining room table, which was perfect for our Christmas dinner. The area is beautiful, and very close to the beach. Clark was wonderful to deal with and was very responsive to all my emails, and called me to make sure we arrived ok. My first Airbnb experience was fantastic, and I hope that i get to stay again in this great home" I look forward to speaking with you and sharing this wonderful home and beach. Thank you, Clark Guest AccessThe whole house, lake & Popham Beach Interaction with GuestsI will not be there, however there is a lockbox and I am always available by phone or email There is a guestbook in the house with information such as wifi password, local things and tide charts The NeighborhoodPeaceful & Private Getting AroundWalk, bike, or drive Other Things to Note***** Import Information ***** - Calendar may not be accurate since this property is listed on a few sites - Cleaning Fee is NOT for cleaning, it is the fixed fee to rent. Thus the longer your stay the more economical it is. This protects the owners and makes one night stays possible, while making longer stays cheaper for everyone! - Prices are different at different times of the year and I have done my best to be accurate on this site, but this site has room for improvement (see previous bullet) - Cancellation policy is only strict during July/Aug - Sheets & bath towels are not typically provided (there are plenty of blankets, pillows and everything else) - The expectation is the house will be left ready for the next family as turn overs usually happen same day. If you need someone to clean for you I can find someone for you at a fair price.
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The SpaceSeacliffs B and B is a typical Maine summer cottage, surrounded by water on 3 sides, magnificent sunrises and sunsets over the Sheepscot Bay. We sit high on a hill that looks over the cove filled with lobster boats, sail boats and sea life, like seals, harbor porpoises, osprey and eagles. Enjoy your coffee or cocktails in comfortable deck chairs that look out over the water. Sue has an artist studio on the property that looks out over Gott's cove, where she shows works of the Maine coast. Please note that we have three golden retrievers, so if you are allergic or afraid of dogs, we are not the place for you. If you like dogs, they are always happy to oblige you in a game of "chuck-it" off the dock. In Five Islands you can eat at Five Islands Lobster Co-op for the best lobster on the coast, or you can drive a short distance to "Blue" at Grey Haven's Inn for an upscale meal, or " The Osprey" for local seafood,at Robinhood Marina. Please note that many of the restaurants are seasonal and you should check availability. Three miles down the road, is Reid State Park, with gorgeous beaches, trails for hiking and lagoon for swimming. We have miles of trails in Georgetown, fresh water swimming lakes, blueberries to pick, and islands to explore. You can truly relax in our peaceful setting, but have easy access to Route 1, to explore the towns of Bath, Boothbay Harbor and Freeport, all within an hour's drive. Guest AccessAvailable to guests are the grounds, common area TV room, living room, screened in porch, 2 decks (front and back of the house) and wharf/dock. Please, no children under age 12. No smoking on the grounds, or pets allowed. We require a two night minimum stay. Three night stay for holiday weekends. We can only accommodate 2 guests per room. Interaction with GuestsOwners will be in the home, available for guests during their stay, and happy to advise on all the local points of interest. They have separate sleeping quarters. A casual country breakfast will be provided between 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM for guests. Other Things to NoteRoom charge is based on double occupancy per room per night. Each room has a private bath. Check in time is after 3:00 PM and check out time is before 11:00 AM.
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The SpaceSeacliffs B and B is a typical Maine summer cottage, surrounded by water on 3 sides, magnificent sunrises and sunsets over the Sheepscot Bay. We sit high on a hill that looks over the cove filled with lobster boats, sail boats and sea life, like seals, harbor porpoises, osprey and eagles. Enjoy your coffee or cocktails in comfortable deck chairs that look out over the water. We have a garden we harvest from all summer; we'd be delighted to add fresh eggs to the breakfast menu. Sue has an artist studio on the property that looks out over Gott's cove, where she shows works of the Maine coast. Please note that we have two golden retrievers, so if you are allergic or afraid of dogs, we are not the place for you. If you like dogs, they are always happy to oblige you in a game of "chuck-it" off the dock. In Five Islands you can eat at Five Islands Lobster Co-op for the best lobster on the coast, or you can drive a short distance to "Blue" at Grey Haven's Inn for an upscale meal, or " The Osprey" for local seafood,at Robinhood Marina. Please note that many of the restaurants are seasonal and you should check availability. Three miles down the road, is Reid State Park, with gorgeous beaches, trails for hiking and lagoon for swimming. We have miles of trails in Georgetown, fresh water swimming lakes, blueberries to pick, and islands to explore. You can truly relax in our peaceful setting, but have easy access to Route 1, to explore the towns of Bath, Boothbay Harbor and Freeport, all within an hour's drive. Guest AccessAvailable to guests are the grounds, common area TV room, living room, screened in porch, 2 decks (front and back of the house) and wharf/dock. PLEASE NOTE CAPTAINS BATHROOM IS ON THE FIRST FLOOR. Please, no children under age 12. No smoking on the grounds, or pets allowed. We require a two night minimum stay. Three night stay for holiday weekends. We can only accomodate 2 guests per room. Interaction with GuestsOwners will be in the home, available for guests during their stay, and happy to advise on all the local points of interest. They have separate sleeping quarters. A casual country breakfast will be provided between 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM for guests. Other Things to NoteRoom charge is based on double occupancy per room per night. Each room has a private bath.Check in time is after 3:00 PM and check out time is before 11:00 AM.
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3br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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Guest AccessThe whole house & Popham Beach Interaction with GuestsI will not be there, however there is a lockbox and I am always available by phone or email There is a guestbook in the house with information such as wifi password, local things and tide charts Other Things to Note***** Import Information ***** - Calender may not be accurate since this property is listed on a few sites - Cleaning Fee is NOT for cleaning, it is the fixed fee to rent. Thus the longer your stay the more economical it is. This protects the owners and makes one night stays possible, while making longer stays cheaper for everyone! - Prices are different at different times of the year and I have done my best to be accurate on this site, but this site has room for improvement (see previous bullet) - Cancellation policy is only strict during July/Aug - Sheets & bath towels are not typically provided (there are plenty of blankets, pillows and everything else) - The expectation is the house will be left ready for the next family as turn overs usually happen same day. If you need someone to clean for you I can find someone for you at a fair price.
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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Guest AccessThe whole house, lake & Popham Beach Interaction with GuestsI will not be there, however there is a lockbox and I am always available by phone or email There is a guestbook in the house with information such as wifi password, local things and tide charts Other Things to Note***** Import Information ***** - Calendar may not be accurate since this property is listed on a few sites - Cleaning Fee is NOT for cleaning, it is the fixed fee to rent. Thus the longer your stay the more economical it is. This protects the owners and makes one night stays possible, while making longer stays cheaper for everyone! - Prices are different at different times of the year and I have done my best to be accurate on this site, but this site has room for improvement (see previous bullet) - Cancellation policy is only strict during July/Aug - Sheets & bath towels are not typically provided (there are plenty of blankets, pillows and everything else) - The expectation is the house will be left ready for the next family as turn overs usually happen same day. If you need someone to clean for you I can find someone for you at a fair price.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLovely architect designed year round home, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on Back River with sunset views. Quiet peaceful yet close to beaches, hiking, museums, restaurants, etc. For more information and availability go to: (website hidden) Guest Accessswimming, hiking, canoe, beach, restaurants, shopping in Bath and Brunswick, Portland international airport 45 miles away Interaction with Guestsby email, phone
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The Space. Beautiful Cottage set in a serene park-like setting. This is not your typical rustic little home set in acres of forest.The cottage is artistically appointed with a playful blend of midcentury and antique furnishings. Perfect design for the urban dweller who wants a city sensibility in an extremely quiet environment. The cottage is opened and loft like with 15 Ft ceilings and windows facing every direction. The place feels more like a treehouse in the woods. Intimate screened in porch has comfortable furnishings and is perfect for relaxing and outdoor dining. A simple but efficient kitchen offers a steel island and is perfect for preparing meals from local products found at nearby farmers markets. A wood burning stove is ideal for warming the cottage during the chilly evening hours. A truly cosy environment will guarantee you will return home fully relaxed and rested. Home also has wireless internet. Location is perfect for exploring scenic midcoast Maine and all it has to offer. Other Things to NoteCheck in time is 3PM Check out time is 11AM
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCharming, beautifully situated cottage, directly on secluded bay with gardens, lawns, woods. Choice of sandy beaches within easy walking distance on private association land (access comes with rental), gardens, walking trails, birding, fishing, canoeing. Ocean-facing deck (3 sides, spacious, with dining table, Adironack chairs) for sunning, painting, reading, or just hanging out. Near Reid State Park (longest sandy beach in Maine) Bath (30 min), Brunswick, and Portland (~1 hr) for fine dining, museums, fishing excursions and more . . . Full kitchen (stove, microwave, small kitchen table, lots of counter space but no dishwasher) Large open living/dining area with great view (dining table seats 8) 4 small bedrooms -1 full bed with closet downstairs -2 twin beds with closet downstairs -1 twin no closet (hanging hooks, dresser) downstairs -2 twin beds upstairs + Open attic sleeping areas (with 3 real beds) 1 full bath (downstairs, shower, no tub) No internet but good ATT mobile service in location Guest AccessFull house (minus one upstairs closet) Pass for several private beaches within walking distance Interaction with GuestsWe won't be on sitel. We'll arrange for key drop-off through neighbors. We're readily available by phone if questions arise. Getting AroundNo public transit. Ample parking on property in driveway.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Villa Suite offers one bedroom, a loft and a luxury bathroom with a two person Jacuzzi, double shower and heated towel rack. There is a queen bed in the Master and two twins in the loft. A stone fireplace and 180 degree water view make this Suite truly special. There is a fully equipped kitchen with basic appliances such as a microwave, toaster and coffee pot. Dishes, cutlery, pots, pans and linens are provided along with paper products, coffee filters and drinking water. The terrace has a gas grill and there are large lobster pots for your use stored in the gazebo garden shed.
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3br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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Guest AccessThe whole house & Popham Beach Interaction with GuestsI will not be there, however there is a lockbox and I am always available by phone or email There is a guestbook in the house with information such as wifi password, local things and tide charts Other Things to Note***** Import Information ***** - Calendar may not be accurate since this property is listed on a few sites - Cleaning Fee is NOT for cleaning, it is the fixed fee to rent. Thus the longer your stay the more economical it is. This protects the owners and makes one night stays possible, while making longer stays cheaper for everyone! - Prices are different at different times of the year and I have done my best to be accurate on this site, but this site has room for improvement (see previous bullet) - Cancellation policy is only strict during July/Aug - Sheets, pillow cases & bath towels are not typically provided (there are plenty of blankets, pillows and everything else) - The expectation is the house will be left ready for the next family as turn overs usually happen same day. If you need someone to clean for you I can find someone for you at a fair price.
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3br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
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Guest AccessThe whole house, including game room Media Room & Popham Beach Interaction with GuestsI will not be there, however there is a lockbox and I am always available by phone or email There is a guestbook in the house with information such as wifi password, local things and tide charts Getting AroundNo Smoking Other Things to Note***** Import Information ***** - Calender may not be accurate since this property is listed on a few sites - Cleaning Fee is NOT for cleaning, it is the fixed fee to rent. Thus the longer your stay the more economical it is. This protects the owners and makes one night stays possible, while making longer stays cheaper for everyone! - Prices are different at different times of the year and I have done my best to be accurate on this site, but this site has room for improvement (see previous bullet) - Cancellation policy is only strict during July/Aug - Sheets & bath towels are not typically provided (there are plenty of blankets, pillows and everything else) - The expectation is the house will be left ready for the next family as turn overs usually happen same day. If you need someone to clean for you I can find someone for you at a fair price.
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3br house
    A beautiful home filled with classic Maine character located in the heart of Five Islands. Guest will enjoy a bright and cheerful sunporch, spacious full kitchen, dining room seating 8 with french doors to the backyard & grill along with a lovely living room that has a sweet peek of the ocean. This charming 3 bedroom 2 bath house sleeps 6-8 comfortably. On the second floor there is a large master bedroom with a queen size bed and futon, a "shot gun" bedroom with two twin beds and a private full size bedroom at the end of the hall. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed Lodging tax: 8% Deposits: please inquire with owner Payment Options: PayPal, Personal Check Other Fees: Guest house sleeps 6, there is additional sleeping up to 8. Please include $35 pp/per evening additional. $100 cleaning fee for all stays A beautiful home filled with classic Maine character located in the heart of Five Islands. Guest will enjoy a bright and cheerful sunporch, spacious full kitchen, dining room seating 8 with french doors to the backyard & grill along with a lovely living room that has a sweet peek of the ocean. This charming 3 bedroom 2 bath house sleeps 6-8 comfortably. On the second floor there is a large master bedroom with a queen size bed and futon, a "shot gun" bedroom with two twin beds and a private full size bedroom at the end of the hall. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
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    3br cottage
      Still some time in October available. Fall is one of the best times to be on the coast of Maine! Best of the Maine coast! Views of the rugged Maine coast from a beautiful sandy beach on Indian Point. Very comfortable 3 bedroom, four season cottage right on the beach. Classic Maine views of pine tree covered Islands, majestic light houses and rocky coves littered with colorful lobster buoys. Great cottage for a family or a romantic getaway. The cottage interior is all natural pine with a stone fireplace. The open kitchen/dining/ living room area over looks the beach and spectacular views.The cottage is clean and very well maintained. A great place to be anytime from April through November! Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds Lodging tax: 9% Deposits: 50% to reserve a week or more. 100% rent due to reserve less than a week. Balance due 60 days prior to rental date. Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check Other Fees: $100 fee for cleaning and linens Still some time in October available. Fall is one of the best times to be on the coast of Maine! Best of the Maine coast! Views of the rugged Maine coast from a beautiful sandy beach on Indian Point. Very comfortable 3 bedroom, four season cottage right on the beach. Classic Maine views of pine tree covered Islands, majestic light houses and rocky coves littered with colorful lobster buoys. Great cottage for a family or a romantic getaway. The cottage interior is all natural pine with a stone fireplace. The open kitchen/dining/ living room area over looks the beach and spectacular views.The cottage is clean and very well maintained. A great place to be anytime from April through November! Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds
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      5br house
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      Architect designed stone and clapboard house on four acres of woodland. There is a dock where the small boats are kept, on the river or the mud flats depending on the tide. The house is heated by electricity or woodstove. The great room is for dining and reading and is big enough for rainy day activities. The kitchen is behind a fireslate counter and there is a screened porch for fisherman viewing and cocktail hours. A two-bed guest room on the first floor is next to a full bath and laundry room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with a double bed and two desks, a large walk-in closet and another full bath with separate shower. Outside the kitchen a deck leads to the garage-guest house with two double bed bedrooms and a sleeping porch with two cots. There is a full bath upstairs and a small kitchen downstairs. The garage has summer beach toys stored along with a small motor and oars for the row boat, paddles for the canoe and sails for the 12 foot sailboat. WiFi internet. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 4 Twin Beds, 1 Crib Lodging tax: 7% Deposits: $500 on signing. Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check Other Fees: long distance phone, cleaning at end of stay($175),repairs or replacement of lost or broken items. Architect designed stone and clapboard house on four acres of woodland. There is a dock where the small boats are kept, on the river or the mud flats depending on the tide. The house is heated by electricity or woodstove. The great room is for dining and reading and is big enough for rainy day activities. The kitchen is behind a fireslate counter and there is a screened porch for fisherman viewing and cocktail hours. A two-bed guest room on the first floor is next to a full bath and laundry room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with a double bed and two desks, a large walk-in closet and another full bath with separate shower. Outside the kitchen a deck leads to the garage-guest house with two double bed bedrooms and a sleeping porch with two cots. There is a full bath upstairs and a small kitchen downstairs. The garage has summer beach toys stored along with a small motor and oars for the row boat, paddles for the canoe and sails for the 12 foot sailboat. WiFi internet. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 4 Twin Beds, 1 Crib
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      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Stunning panoramic views abound from this charming cottage located on a beautiful private sand beach, you can swim and play right out your front door, explore woods and salt marshes, kayak tidal rivers, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, or rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photograph. Romantic Hideaway or Family Cottage: Drift to sleep with the murmuring of the surf and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. Stay up late for spectacular starry skies and romantic moonlight sparkling on the sea. For lovers of all ages this special place to be away from it all with that special person in one of the most beautiful spots in Maine. As guests in the small private community of Indian Point, you will enjoy full access to several other sandy beaches, miles of beautiful rocks, tide pools teeming with critters, a nature preserve, and even a boat launch on a sheltered bay. Or make this your home base for a memorable Maine family vacation with beach days and explorations here at Indian Point interspersed with trips to the mainland for museums, shopping in Freeport, poking about the shops in Boothbay Harbor, a schooner trip, charter fishing, antiquing, concerts and exhibits. During the summer months (July - September) we book weekly from Saturday to Saturday. Check-in time is 2 PM and checkout time is 10 AM. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 3 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed Lodging tax: 9% Deposits: 50% to reserve a week or more. 100% rent due to reserve less than a week. Balance due 60 days prior to rental date. Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check Other Fees: $100 fee for cleaning and linens Stunning panoramic views abound from this charming cottage located on a beautiful private sand beach, you can swim and play right out your front door, explore woods and salt marshes, kayak tidal rivers, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, or rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photograph. Romantic Hideaway or Family Cottage: Drift to sleep with the murmuring of the surf and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. Stay up late for spectacular starry skies and romantic moonlight sparkling on the sea. For lovers of all ages this special place to be away from it all with that special person in one of the most beautiful spots in Maine. As guests in the small private community of Indian Point, you will enjoy full access to several other sandy beaches, miles of beautiful rocks, tide pools teeming with critters, a nature preserve, and even a boat launch on a sheltered bay. Or make this your home base for a memorable Maine family vacation with beach days and explorations here at Indian Point interspersed with trips to the mainland for museums, shopping in Freeport, poking about the shops in Boothbay Harbor, a schooner trip, charter fishing, antiquing, concerts and exhibits. During the summer months (July - September) we book weekly from Saturday to Saturday. Check-in time is 2 PM and checkout time is 10 AM. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 3 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
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      2br house
        Sorry, but due to allergies - this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions! Check in for this home is scheduled for Saturdays during the summer months. 66 Loop Road is a recently renovated oceanfront cottage with crashing surf on the rocks in front of you. As part of the Indian Point Association, you have access to several beaches, salt water marsh, and nature trails. Island Living in a relaxed setting is yours at this two bedroom, two bath cottage at the edge of the sea. From two decks you can enjoy watching surf, boats, and see two of Maine's many lighthouses - Cuckolds and Sequin. Be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the waves. On a cool evening, curl up on the couch and enjoy views from inside. Wake to the sounds and smells of the ocean and salt air - not to mention the birds (Heron, Gulls, Osprey...) Bring your kayak or small boat and launch it from the nearby boat ramp. This cottage is all about the views. Due to safety concerns, it is recommended that no children under the age of 10 stay at this location. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO! While vacationing on Georgetown Island be sure to take time to visit the Farm Stand to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables and many other Maine Food Products or visit Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream. Georgetown Pottery has a great selection of locally made pottery. Don't miss stopping here. The Georgetown General Store is a must stop too, for a quick loaf of bread or a small meal in their dining area. Sequin Lighthouse and Cuckolds Lighthouse are visible from Indian Point. If this isn't enough then a short ride will take you to Bath with more shopping, dining and museums. The Maine Maritime Museum in historic Bath is a 20 minute drive away. THE HOUSE 66 Loop Road is perched on the edge of the sea with large rocks, smoothed by years of salt water crashing over them, extending into the Atlantic. This two bedroom, two bath cottage has it all - washer/dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, two open decks facing the ocean, access to the Indian Point Beaches' (all just a short walk away) and nature trails for wandering through salt marshes and wooded areas. Truly relaxing and a wonderful way to enjoy your vacation in Maine. You have it all here; beaches, rocky coastline, restaurants, galleries, shops, boat excursions nearby, museums and theater. Entering the cottage you come through the den with a comfortable futon. The den overlooks the kitchen and dining area and offers ocean views through the sliders and windows that abound in this cottage. Down the hallway is a full bath. The Living Room with more sliders and windows to that magnificent ocean view just adds to a romantic getaway. Down another short hallway are two bedrooms and the second full bath. Step out onto the deck, sit with your morning coffee to watch the sunrise and take in the beauty of sky meeting sea. Enjoy watching boats as they sail by, or lobster-men pulling their traps. This is truly a house all about the sea. BEDROOMS The Master Bedroom, first floor, has a Queen Bed and views to the ocean The Second Bedroom, first floor has a Double Bed BATHROOMS First Floor - 2 Full Bath with tub/shower combos WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown or explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: three gas fireplaces, access to indian point association beaches (pathway from house to todd's point - rugged pathway), 2 open decks with furniture for sitting and dining, linens provided (sheets and towels) bring your own beach towels, nature trails along the salt marshes, indian point association hiking trails. Sorry, but due to allergies - this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions! Check in for this home is scheduled for Saturdays during the summer months. 66 Loop Road is a recently renovated oceanfront cottage with crashing surf on the rocks in front of you. As part of the Indian Point Association, you have access to several beaches, salt water marsh, and nature trails. Island Living in a relaxed setting is yours at this two bedroom, two bath cottage at the edge of the sea. From two decks you can enjoy watching surf, boats, and see two of Maine's many lighthouses - Cuckolds and Sequin. Be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the waves. On a cool evening, curl up on the couch and enjoy views from inside. Wake to the sounds and smells of the ocean and salt air - not to mention the birds (Heron, Gulls, Osprey...) Bring your kayak or small boat and launch it from the nearby boat ramp. This cottage is all about the views. Due to safety concerns, it is recommended that no children under the age of 10 stay at this location. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO! While vacationing on Georgetown Island be sure to take time to visit the Farm Stand to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables and many other Maine Food Products or visit Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream. Georgetown Pottery has a great selection of locally made pottery. Don't miss stopping here. The Georgetown General Store is a must stop too, for a quick loaf of bread or a small meal in their dining area. Sequin Lighthouse and Cuckolds Lighthouse are visible from Indian Point. If this isn't enough then a short ride will take you to Bath with more shopping, dining and museums. The Maine Maritime Museum in historic Bath is a 20 minute drive away. THE HOUSE 66 Loop Road is perched on the edge of the sea with large rocks, smoothed by years of salt water crashing over them, extending into the Atlantic. This two bedroom, two bath cottage has it all - washer/dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, two open decks facing the ocean, access to the Indian Point Beaches' (all just a short walk away) and nature trails for wandering through salt marshes and wooded areas. Truly relaxing and a wonderful way to enjoy your vacation in Maine. You have it all here; beaches, rocky coastline, restaurants, galleries, shops, boat excursions nearby, museums and theater. Entering the cottage you come through the den with a comfortable futon. The den overlooks the kitchen and dining area and offers ocean views through the sliders and windows that abound in this cottage. Down the hallway is a full bath. The Living Room with more sliders and windows to that magnificent ocean view just adds to a romantic getaway. Down another short hallway are two bedrooms and the second full bath. Step out onto the deck, sit with your morning coffee to watch the sunrise and take in the beauty of sky meeting sea. Enjoy watching boats as they sail by, or lobster-men pulling their traps. This is truly a house all about the sea. BEDROOMS The Master Bedroom, first floor, has a Queen Bed and views to the ocean The Second Bedroom, first floor has a Double Bed BATHROOMS First Floor - 2 Full Bath with tub/shower combos WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown or explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: three gas fireplaces, access to indian point association beaches (pathway from house to todd's point - rugged pathway), 2 open decks with furniture for sitting and dining, linens provided (sheets and towels) bring your own beach towels, nature trails along the salt marshes, indian point association hiking trails.
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          This home schedules its arrivals and departures for Saturdays during the summer season. Also, due to allergies, this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions.A treasured family cottage at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean with 180 degree views. This two bedroom, one and a half bath open concept cottage with vaulted ceilings is well equipped and ready for you to unpack your suitcase and begin your Maine Vacation. Reached by car, Georgetown Island is all about the water. This cottage is located in the small private community of Indian Point. As guests of this property, you will enjoy access to several sandy beaches, nature trails through marshes, tidal sand flats and miles of gorgeous rocks with spectacular oceanfront views of the two lighthouses the Cuckolds and the Seguin Island Lights, along with views of Damariscove Island. You can simply relax inside or out at this cottage and from the living room, dining area and lying in bed can watch the surf, sea creatures, boats of all sizes including working lobster boats. At night, you can be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves slapping the rocks, the smell of the ocean air and the moonlight bouncing off the water. Master bedroom with double bed and a full bath next to it with a tub and separate shower. Comfortably furnished throughout, linens included, washer and dryer. Lots of space for two generations to be able to enjoy getting together. Due to safety concerns, the property owner recommends that no children under the age of 16 stay at this home. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO Like most houses along the coast, this one has been positioned to take advantage of the view. The majesty of the Atlantic is right outside your door. Walk down the path to the rocks to dip your toes into the water. One of the Association Beaches is just a short walk from the house (visible in the photos). Large expanse of sand for sunbathing or building sand castle. Bring your kayaks and launch them from the beach or the nearby boat launch area. This island is nestled between the Kennebec and Sheepscot Rivers and surrounded at the point by the ocean. Visit the nearby Georgetown Farm Stand for fresh fruits and vegetables and other Maine Products (meats, cheeses, jams, jellies and more) or Five Island Lobster Pound for fresh seafood (eat in or bring it home to cook). Enjoy Ice Cream from the stand at Five Islands. The Georgetown General Store provides small meals, snacks, milk, bread and more to save a trip to Bath. THE HOUSETypical cottage style with weathered shingles on the outside and a coastal feel on the inside. Perched atop a knoll with the front yard being age smoothed rocks that tumbled to the sea, this will become your home away from home for many visits to come. Imagine sitting at the dining table watching the sun rise over the ocean as you enjoy your morning coffee or take it outside to the deck or down on the rocks. Watch eagles, osprey, gulls and more as they glide past you. Fishing boats and sailing vessels go by all day long. First floor has a large entry, wonderful living/dining area that stretches across most of the waterside section of the house; a master bedroom where you can wake up to the sights, smells and sounds of the ocean right outside your window; a full bath with tub and separate steam shower and the kitchen complete this floor. Upstairs there is a TV area overlooking the living/dining area (this area has a porthole window to bring that view inside to you) and futon; half bath, large room with a sleeping alcove. The upstairs bedroom area has many windows to the view as well as books and games with which to enjoy yourself. BEDROOMS Main Floor - Queen Bed; Second Floor - Double Bed and a Double Futon Sofa BATHROOMS First Floor - Full Bath with tub and separate steam shower Second Floor - Half Bath WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: coffee maker, smart phone users with hot spots can access internet, otherwise there is not internet here, boat launch on a sheltered bay, nature trails along the marshes, check in day during prime season is on saturday, not a pet friendly property, linens are included, bring your own beach towels as they are not provided, indian point association beaches - sea beach within 1/2 mile from home, the fireplace is not a working fireplace, open deck with bold ocean views of the atlantic ocean. This home schedules its arrivals and departures for Saturdays during the summer season. Also, due to allergies, this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions.A treasured family cottage at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean with 180 degree views. This two bedroom, one and a half bath open concept cottage with vaulted ceilings is well equipped and ready for you to unpack your suitcase and begin your Maine Vacation. Reached by car, Georgetown Island is all about the water. This cottage is located in the small private community of Indian Point. As guests of this property, you will enjoy access to several sandy beaches, nature trails through marshes, tidal sand flats and miles of gorgeous rocks with spectacular oceanfront views of the two lighthouses the Cuckolds and the Seguin Island Lights, along with views of Damariscove Island. You can simply relax inside or out at this cottage and from the living room, dining area and lying in bed can watch the surf, sea creatures, boats of all sizes including working lobster boats. At night, you can be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves slapping the rocks, the smell of the ocean air and the moonlight bouncing off the water. Master bedroom with double bed and a full bath next to it with a tub and separate shower. Comfortably furnished throughout, linens included, washer and dryer. Lots of space for two generations to be able to enjoy getting together. Due to safety concerns, the property owner recommends that no children under the age of 16 stay at this home. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO Like most houses along the coast, this one has been positioned to take advantage of the view. The majesty of the Atlantic is right outside your door. Walk down the path to the rocks to dip your toes into the water. One of the Association Beaches is just a short walk from the house (visible in the photos). Large expanse of sand for sunbathing or building sand castle. Bring your kayaks and launch them from the beach or the nearby boat launch area. This island is nestled between the Kennebec and Sheepscot Rivers and surrounded at the point by the ocean. Visit the nearby Georgetown Farm Stand for fresh fruits and vegetables and other Maine Products (meats, cheeses, jams, jellies and more) or Five Island Lobster Pound for fresh seafood (eat in or bring it home to cook). Enjoy Ice Cream from the stand at Five Islands. The Georgetown General Store provides small meals, snacks, milk, bread and more to save a trip to Bath. THE HOUSETypical cottage style with weathered shingles on the outside and a coastal feel on the inside. Perched atop a knoll with the front yard being age smoothed rocks that tumbled to the sea, this will become your home away from home for many visits to come. Imagine sitting at the dining table watching the sun rise over the ocean as you enjoy your morning coffee or take it outside to the deck or down on the rocks. Watch eagles, osprey, gulls and more as they glide past you. Fishing boats and sailing vessels go by all day long. First floor has a large entry, wonderful living/dining area that stretches across most of the waterside section of the house; a master bedroom where you can wake up to the sights, smells and sounds of the ocean right outside your window; a full bath with tub and separate steam shower and the kitchen complete this floor. Upstairs there is a TV area overlooking the living/dining area (this area has a porthole window to bring that view inside to you) and futon; half bath, large room with a sleeping alcove. The upstairs bedroom area has many windows to the view as well as books and games with which to enjoy yourself. BEDROOMS Main Floor - Queen Bed; Second Floor - Double Bed and a Double Futon Sofa BATHROOMS First Floor - Full Bath with tub and separate steam shower Second Floor - Half Bath WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: coffee maker, smart phone users with hot spots can access internet, otherwise there is not internet here, boat launch on a sheltered bay, nature trails along the marshes, check in day during prime season is on saturday, linens are included, bring your own beach towels as they are not provided, indian point association beaches - sea beach within 1/2 mile from home, not a pet friendly property, open deck with bold ocean views of the atlantic ocean.
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            Imagine being just 1000 feet from open ocean. That's where you will be when you choose this cottage for your vacation. Gulls' Nest is a cozy two bedroom, two bath cottage sitting at the edge of Little Sheepscot River in Georgetown, Maine. Imagine sitting in the enclosed sunroom or out on one of the lawn chairs, watching the boat traffic go by; enjoy the birds (eagles, heron and more) or watch a sunrise. With your own deep water dock and float you can swim right from the float or bring a kayak and explore the area. Perhaps paddle to Robinhood Marina for lunch or dinner or explore Goose Rock Passage. Mac Mahan Island is across the Little Sheepscot River and is what you are viewing as you look across the water. THE COTTAGE Gulls' Nest has two bedrooms on the upper floor each with a king size bed. There is a 3/4 Bath with shower on this level as well. Main Floor has the kitchen, 3/4 bath with shower, laundry area, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and sunroom. The sunroom has a pull out sofa for an occasional overnight guest or two. The sunroom will be where you spend your time with its floor to ceiling windows and beautiful water views, you won't want to do anything but sit, relax and enjoy. But, do stir yourself to visit the local Farmer's Market for local vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits, and more. Or if you are lucky enough to be here when a special event is taking place at the community center, avail yourself of the fun and join the locals as they celebrate some of the areas special days. Drive over to Reid State Park and spend a day exploring the dunes or the over a mile long sandy beach. Like to shop? Bath, Brunswick and Freeport are just a short drive away. You can arrange for a local Lobster man to leave you fresh lobsters in the box on your dock (when you put it out). Doesn't get any better than that. You just leave the money for him. He'll let you know the cost. Information is in the cottage. Only a short drive to Five Island Lobster House (one of the most popular Lobster Shacks around). Sit and enjoy a shore dinner while you watch local Lobster fishermen unloading their catch. Try dinner or lunch at the Robinhood Marina Restaurant. Stop at the Georgetown Pottery Shop and pick up a piece or two of local made pottery. Did you say lamp? Maybe you need two. They do truly beautiful pottery. BEDROOMS: 2nd Floor: both bedrooms have king beds 1st Floor: Sleep Sofa BATHROOMS: 1st Floor: 3/4 Shower 2nd Floor: Full bathroom WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Be sure to let us help you create the perfect vacation! We love this sweet little cottage and have all kinds of ideas and information on how you can enjoy your vacation at Gulls' Nest Cottage. Reach out to us for help in planning your trip! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manager their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION (An easy day trip, about an hour away) The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course its own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, golf, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings click here BATH, MAINE (close by) Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park and Kennebec Land Trust Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown is a seaside town in Sagadahoc County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,020 at the 2000 census. Home to Reid State Park. Located on an island accessible by car from the mainland, Georgetown includes the villages of Five Islands, Georgetown, Bay Point, Indian Point, Marrtown, West Georgetown and Robinhood. It is a popular travel destination. Additional amenities include: coffee maker, linens are provided, fans, pet friendly (one small to medium dog), iron/ironing board, lawn furniture, dock and float (1000 feet to the atlantic ocean from here!). Imagine being just 1000 feet from open ocean. That's where you will be when you choose this cottage for your vacation. Gulls' Nest is a cozy two bedroom, two bath cottage sitting at the edge of Little Sheepscot River in Georgetown, Maine. Imagine sitting in the enclosed sunroom or out on one of the lawn chairs, watching the boat traffic go by; enjoy the birds (eagles, heron and more) or watch a sunrise. With your own deep water dock and float you can swim right from the float or bring a kayak and explore the area. Perhaps paddle to Robinhood Marina for lunch or dinner or explore Goose Rock Passage. Mac Mahan Island is across the Little Sheepscot River and is what you are viewing as you look across the water. THE COTTAGE Gulls' Nest has two bedrooms on the upper floor each with a king size bed. There is a 3/4 Bath with shower on this level as well. Main Floor has the kitchen, 3/4 bath with shower, laundry area, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and sunroom. The sunroom has a pull out sofa for an occasional overnight guest or two. The sunroom will be where you spend your time with its floor to ceiling windows and beautiful water views, you won't want to do anything but sit, relax and enjoy. But, do stir yourself to visit the local Farmer's Market for local vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits, and more. Or if you are lucky enough to be here when a special event is taking place at the community center, avail yourself of the fun and join the locals as they celebrate some of the areas special days. Drive over to Reid State Park and spend a day exploring the dunes or the over a mile long sandy beach. Like to shop? Bath, Brunswick and Freeport are just a short drive away. You can arrange for a local Lobster man to leave you fresh lobsters in the box on your dock (when you put it out). Doesn't get any better than that. You just leave the money for him. He'll let you know the cost. Information is in the cottage. Only a short drive to Five Island Lobster House (one of the most popular Lobster Shacks around). Sit and enjoy a shore dinner while you watch local Lobster fishermen unloading their catch. Try dinner or lunch at the Robinhood Marina Restaurant. Stop at the Georgetown Pottery Shop and pick up a piece or two of local made pottery. Did you say lamp? Maybe you need two. They do truly beautiful pottery. BEDROOMS: 2nd Floor: both bedrooms have king beds 1st Floor: Sleep Sofa BATHROOMS: 1st Floor: 3/4 Shower 2nd Floor: Full bathroom WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Be sure to let us help you create the perfect vacation! We love this sweet little cottage and have all kinds of ideas and information on how you can enjoy your vacation at Gulls' Nest Cottage. Reach out to us for help in planning your trip! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manager their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION (An easy day trip, about an hour away) The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course its own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, golf, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings click here BATH, MAINE (close by) Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park and Kennebec Land Trust Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown is a seaside town in Sagadahoc County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,020 at the 2000 census. Home to Reid State Park. Located on an island accessible by car from the mainland, Georgetown includes the villages of Five Islands, Georgetown, Bay Point, Indian Point, Marrtown, West Georgetown and Robinhood. It is a popular travel destination. Additional amenities include: coffee maker, linens are provided, fans, pet friendly (one small to medium dog), iron/ironing board, lawn furniture, dock and float (1000 feet to the atlantic ocean from here!).
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            This cozy Maine cabin with sandy beach is a short walk to seven other Association Beaches, and forest preserve with hiking trails, schedules its arrivals for Fridaysduring the summer months. Located at Indian Point in Georgetown you are just a short drive to the Bath/Brunswick area and the Boothbay Region. Wonderful views of Sagadahoc Bay. Accommodations for 4, the cottage has one bedroom and a sleeping loft. This is a perfect location for the family vacation with a sandy beach right at the cottage. Great area for kayaking or boating, and kayaks are even included in the rental. Beds: First Floor: Double bed and sofa opens to queen bed Loft: 2 single platform beds Linens (sheets, pillowcases or towels/bath mats) are not provided and would either need to be brought from home or ordered through our linen service for your stay (for a fee). Bathrooms: 1 Full WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! Additional amenities include: no TV, linens (sheets, pillowcases or towels/bath mats) are not provided and would either need to be brought from home or ordered through our linen service for your stay (for a fee)., kayaks (3), no internet. This cozy Maine cabin with sandy beach is a short walk to seven other Association Beaches, and forest preserve with hiking trails, schedules its arrivals for Fridaysduring the summer months. Located at Indian Point in Georgetown you are just a short drive to the Bath/Brunswick area and the Boothbay Region. Wonderful views of Sagadahoc Bay. Accommodations for 4, the cottage has one bedroom and a sleeping loft. This is a perfect location for the family vacation with a sandy beach right at the cottage. Great area for kayaking or boating, and kayaks are even included in the rental. Beds: First Floor: Double bed and sofa opens to queen bed Loft: 2 single platform beds Linens (sheets, pillowcases or towels/bath mats) are not provided and would either need to be brought from home or ordered through our linen service for your stay (for a fee). Bathrooms: 1 Full WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! Additional amenities include: no TV, linens (sheets, pillowcases or towels/bath mats) are not provided and would either need to be brought from home or ordered through our linen service for your stay (for a fee)., kayaks (3), no internet.
            Home/Apartment
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceGreat house for just relaxing on beautiful Georgetown island, and great location for access to Reid State Park, a nearby Audubon reservation and other mid-coast Maine destinations. Guest AccessThe entire cottage and surrounding woods are available to guests, including the master bedroom and 3 additional beds in the loft, accessible only by a built-in ladder. The only area restricted is the crawlspace/basement area. Interaction with GuestsWe're available by email or phone for any issues that might arise. The NeighborhoodShort bike ride to some of maine's best beaches. Within 2 miles of Five Islands village, and only 15 minutes away from Bath. Great location to explore other mid-coast Maine destinations. Getting AroundNo public transit - very rural area. Other Things to NoteThere is wifi internet access, a small tv and blue ray player availabe, but no cable or satellite tv service.
            Home/Apartment
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Breakfast
            • Parking
            The SpaceAccommodations are on the 2nd floor of Carriage House (used to be the gardeners quarters - 1 bedroom with queen bed, bathroom with tub/shower, sitting room with kitchenette eat in area, private deck overlooking woods. Sitting room has Sofa/Futon that opens to a full size bed.All bed linens, towels etc. provided. Walk to Silver Lake and Popham Beach. Lots of privacy and peaceful solitude. Explore historic forts and colony sites. Great fishing both fresh water and salt water. Kitchen contains refrigerator, gas stove/oven, microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster, etc. Within 1 hour to International Airport. Stroll the beach or take a swim in the fresh water lake at property edge. Kayak, canoe. Other Things to NotePricing is for single or double occupancy. Extra guests will incur a charge of $50/night. Maximum occupancy 5 guests. Best for 2 or 3 people(URL HIDDEN)Pets are $35/night with a $100 security deposit with prior approval. Long-term pricing does not include breakfast or housekeeping services. Enquire with innkeeper for special arrangements.
            Home/Apartment
            4br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The SpaceThe cottage offers all the creature comforts including eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook, open-concept living and dining room, 4 bedrooms including a first-floor master with ensuite and walk-in closet, and 2 additional bathrooms. Enjoy your morning cup of coffee on our screened in back porch or watch the kids returning from the beach on one of our front porch rocking chairs. The home is stocked with everything you'll need for your stay, including kitchenware, a washer and dryer, sheets, bath towels, beach towels, beach bags, sand toys, kayaks, charcoal grill, board games and puzzles. Other Things to NoteWe have cameras installed on the front and back porches for security purposes. We respect the privacy of our guests at all times.
            Home/Apartment
            4br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The SpaceOverlook was an all-girl's camp in the early 1930's. The property has been in the Brown family for 102 years as of 2016. Check out our website for more information, ove(URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessThe entire property plus the local tennis court and beach. Rentals are Sunday to Sunday with a minimum 7 night stay. A rental agreement must be read and signed at booking. Interaction with GuestsAs needed, I'm available by phone. The NeighborhoodGeorgetown is a quintessential Maine lobstering village with amazing ocean views and a warm small-town culture. Getting AroundGuests will need a reliable vehicle. We are located in a very rural area about 15 minutes from Bath, Maine. We are about 45 minutes from the Portland International Jetport. Other Things to NoteWe provide two kayaks for guest use. There is a fire pit on property for guest use.
            house
            3br house
              One of the most scenic beaches in Southern Maine is only a short walk away from this Phippsburg home, the perfect retreat for families, couples, and groups of friends in search of rustic beauty. Conveniently situated half a mile from Fort Popham and nine miles south of central Phippsburg, this cozy cabin is down the street from a gorgeous neighborhood beach reserved for residents and guests. Beamed ceilings and knotty pine walls create a warm and atmospheric living space, while a cable TV, DVD player, VCR, film library, and wireless Internet provide plenty of modern comfort. The full kitchen is spacious and recently renovated, and even features a dishwasher to handle any messes. There's an intimate breakfast table for four as well as a large dining area for six in the sun porch, where guests can enjoy their meals with a panoramic forest view. Spend your summer days boogie boarding in the surf, strolling along the beach, or competing in a badminton tournament back at the house. In the evenings, rinse off in the outdoor shower and fire up the grill for a fresh seafood dinner. The Popham Pines Beach Retreat can accommodate as many as seven guests. The three bedrooms feature a queen bed, a full bed, and a twin and a pair of bunkbeds, respectively. There is also one full bathroom for guests to share. Ideally located in the midst of a wild and secluded region, this cabin will give visitors easy access to Maine's most interesting history and landscapes. The Seguin Island Light Station, the second-oldest in Maine, is only a ferry ride away, while the fascinating Maine Maritime Museum is only 15 miles north. Whether you're interested in exploring Southern Maine by land or water, this charming cabin will make your vacation dreams a reality. Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer. One of the most scenic beaches in Southern Maine is only a short walk away from this Phippsburg home, the perfect retreat for families, couples, and groups of friends in search of rustic beauty. Conveniently situated half a mile from Fort Popham and nine miles south of central Phippsburg, this cozy cabin is down the street from a gorgeous neighborhood beach reserved for residents and guests. Beamed ceilings and knotty pine walls create a warm and atmospheric living space, while a cable TV, DVD player, VCR, film library, and wireless Internet provide plenty of modern comfort. The full kitchen is spacious and recently renovated, and even features a dishwasher to handle any messes. There's an intimate breakfast table for four as well as a large dining area for six in the sun porch, where guests can enjoy their meals with a panoramic forest view. Spend your summer days boogie boarding in the surf, strolling along the beach, or competing in a badminton tournament back at the house. In the evenings, rinse off in the outdoor shower and fire up the grill for a fresh seafood dinner. The Popham Pines Beach Retreat can accommodate as many as seven guests. The three bedrooms feature a queen bed, a full bed, and a twin and a pair of bunkbeds, respectively. There is also one full bathroom for guests to share. Ideally located in the midst of a wild and secluded region, this cabin will give visitors easy access to Maine's most interesting history and landscapes. The Seguin Island Light Station, the second-oldest in Maine, is only a ferry ride away, while the fascinating Maine Maritime Museum is only 15 miles north. Whether you're interested in exploring Southern Maine by land or water, this charming cabin will make your vacation dreams a reality. Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer.
              cottage
              2br cottage
              • Pets Allowed
              White Rocks is a classic New England shingle style summer cottage on the salt water in mid-coast Maine. The scenic vistas from the cottage are what sets White Rocks apart. The cottage overlooks a large bay and has spectacular views of islands, lighthouses, and the rocky coastline. White Rocks has a screened porch and a deck that both overlook the water, as well as a private dock for boating, kayaking, fishing and swimming. The cottage is in excellent condition and is nicely furnished with a combination of antiques and modern furniture. Every room in the cottage has authentic wide plank wood floors and water views. White Rocks has all the necessities, including a lobster cooking pot and a gas barbecue grill on the deck. The cottage has two upstairs bedrooms. The main bedroom has a comfortable queen sized bed, and the second bedroom has two twin beds. A full sized sofa bed in the living room will sleep two people. White Rocks has a full kitchen, a separate dining room, a spacious downstairs bathroom with a full shower, and a cozy living room. The cottage has a flat panel HDTV, a DVD player and a CD player. White Rocks has electric heat, and the bedrooms have overhead fans. Unlike many rental cottages, sheets, blankets, and towels are provided for guests and the beds are made. White Rocks is located just steps from the water and has its own picturesque cove. The cottage faces west, so you can enjoy gorgeous sunsets every evening. The cottage also has a large lawn where you can play catch, croquet, or simply sit in the shade. White Rocks is a short drive from Reid State Park, the most beautiful beach in Maine. A free season pass to the park is included with the cottage rental. The water supply for the cottage is from a private drilled well. The water is regularly tested, is crystal clear and perfectly safe for drinking, cooking, washing dishes, showering, etc. No chemicals that can affect taste, such as chlorine, are added to the water, as is typical with public water supplies. We think the water tastes just fine. Nonetheless, we provide unlimited bottled spring water free of charge to all guests as an additional amenity. The cottage is available for rent from early May through late October. We rent by the week in June, July, August and September. Shorter rentals may be available in May and late October. Additional fees may apply: - Additional guests above 6 people| 20 USD per day White Rocks Cottage is in a very private location at the end of a quiet country road in the Town of Georgetown. Georgetown is actually one of Maine's larger islands, with almost 83 miles of rugged coastline, and is connected to the mainland by a bridge. The island has a general store, a post office, a church, two fine restaurants, an art gallery, a gourmet farm market, a pottery shop, and a lobster wharf that serves seafood in the “rough�. The wharf also sells live lobsters and clams that you can cook at the cottage. There is much to do at the cottage and in the area, such as swimming, fishing, kayaking, power boat rentals, scenic boat cruises, biking, hiking, nature walks, antiques shopping, and beachcombing. You won't have time to do them all! White Rocks is less than 10 minutes from Reid State Park, which features the most beautiful beach in the State of Maine. The park includes two beaches, hiking trails, a warm salt water lagoon with lifeguards that provides safe swimming for young children, and numerous tidal pools. We include a free unlimited pass to the park with the cottage rental. This pass will admit you to all the state parks in Maine. The Josephine Neuman Wildlife Sanctuary is also located close to the cottage and has miles of hiking trails. Admission is free. Freeport, with its outlet stores (including L.L. Bean), and bustling Boothbay Harbor, with its many restaurants, shops, sailboats, and sightseeing tour boats, are both located about 35 minutes away. There are many other attractions in Brunswick, Wiscasset, Damariscotta, Camden and Rockland (such as seafood festivals, summer theatre and concerts, art museums, etc.) all within an easy day trip from the cottage. And don't forget, the fall foliage in mid-coast Maine is stunning. If you are looking for peace and quiet, along with beautiful scenery, then we are certain you will love White Rocks Cottage.
              Home/Apartment
              3br Home/Apartment
              • Smoking Allowed
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceThis cottage is a lived in, cute, warm and cozy, memory box located in Five Islands which is in Georgetown, Maine. Five Islands is a "step back in time", and still looks like it did 100 years ago. At the cottage, there is reading material, games, artist's supplies, and music for one's use. There is a washing machine and dryer and ample parking on the property. You may enjoy a working lobster wharf (with Five Islands Lobster Company Restaurant) and private beach that are just within a couple of minutes walking distance of the cottage with a mile long beach on the other side of the island. Guest AccessThe entire cottage with three bedrooms and a yard with ample parking are available. Interaction with GuestsI am available throughout the visit. There is also a husband and wife team that are available throughout one's visit and they live on the island, up on Blueberry Hill Road, behind the cottage. The NeighborhoodFive Islands in Georgetown, Maine is at the end of the island with deep beautiful water and surrounded by other small quaint coastal islands. It is a working lobster village, a step back in time. Getting AroundGeorgetown is a big island, but Five Islands is not that large and people do drive but usually walk to the beach or to the wharf. Portland Jetport is one hour south in Portland, ME. A bus service is available in Bath, ME. Trains run out of Brunswick and Portland, ME. There is a limo service from Boston to Portland and then from Portland to Boston. Other Things to NoteThere are abundant activities that families can do together. You can launch a boat from several locations on Georgetown island or launch a kayak or canoe from the little beach down the road. If you would like to whate watch, you can book a trip to whate watch over in Boothbay Harbor. LL Bean is close by, in Freeport, ME and is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week ( I like to shop at night). The Bath Maritime Museum is always interesting for visitors to learn about the history of the area. Berry picking is fun if you are in Maine during each season such as strawberries in June, Raspberries in July, and blueberries in August. There are good restaurants right on the island such as The Five Islands Lobster Company and the Osprey over in Robinhood Marina, or the Georgetown General Store has great food as well!
              Home/Apartment
              Excellent
              3 reviews
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceHistoric 1800's schoolhouse in Robinhood. Kitchen features Vulcan stove, honed granite counters and tiled floors. Bright family room, warm living and formal dining room and two full baths. Walk to marina and restaurant, minutes to Reid State Park. There is a private backyard with a small patio and seating for four. There will be herbs and produce available for self harvest, please see our reviews from our former home for an idea of what we produce. Robinhood is a small community of only a few dozen homes mainly down the road a half mile where the marina is and it's rich history of shipbuilding and early commerce. There is a great restaurant there as well. Guest AccessOnly garage and apartment are not accessible to guests. The apartment is occupied by the hosts during the summer months. Privacy is our concern and we offer as much or as little interaction with guests as desired. Interaction with GuestsGuests have as much privacy as they desire. We are almost always nearby should you need assistance The NeighborhoodRobinhood is a small community of only a few dozen homes mainly down the road a half mile where the marina is and it's rich history of shipbuilding and early commerce. There is a great restaurant there as well. Other Things to NoteFor those who wish to know more about the hosts history please scroll past the cancellations. There are many recommendations from the prior season. We had to move closer to family and were forced to cancel a number of reservations we had.
              Farmhouse
              4br Farmhouse
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceThe 1770's farmhouse is bright and airy and offers cozy surroundings including the original wooden floors and fireplaces. The bedrooms are distinctive, there is a central reading room upstairs and a lovely large screened in porch overlooking the fields that roll down to the ocean. We have three lovely bedrooms that are airy, bright and in keeping with the theme of a country home. We have the Victorian room with a full sized authentic antique bed and the the marble topped bureaus to match. The Dahlov room has a queen bed, with original Dahlov Ipcar prints hanging on the walls. The Ocean room is in the various shades of the sea and has an 1830 Himmel canopy twin bed. We have added another twin to make it a great space for mother/daughter or friends. Our little single room has a twin bed.There is a full bath upstairs and one downstairs. Downstairs is a dining room, living room with satellite tv, kitchen and large porch. There is wi-fi. The property has been featured in a 2 page story in the Boston Globe and numerous other publications Guest AccessThe house has decent parking and a private entrance. There is an attached apartment on far end with it's own entrance that is not part of the rental. We have herds of deer, occasional fox, porcupines, chipmunks, gray and red squirrels and a rare moose. The variety of birds is amazing, from all the duck, osprey to the many songbirds including the Maine state bird, the chickadee. Wild turkeys come in the fall and it is not uncommon to see a bald eagle resting in one of the tall pines by the water. It is rare for Maine to have long, wide sandy beaches and we are lucky enough to have Reid State Park just a few minutes drive from us. There you will find Mile and Half Mile beach, huge sand dunes and breeding grounds for many endangered birds. Interaction with GuestsAs noted, the owner is available for questions and planning the perfect vacation. Liia also works with people who have an interest in the horses, whether it is a pat on the nose, or learning more about horse care and riding lessons. The horses are a rare breed with a stallion imported from the UK. Liia also does workshops and help with nature photography. As the owner of a B&B for many years, Liia has learned some people love interaction , while others want that special private to just be together. The NeighborhoodThe home is located in a very unique location. This working horse farm sits at the top of a hill on a 48 acre island connected to beautiful Georgetown Island by a causeway. There are only 5 homes scattered around the island, so it is a property very secluded, but close to many activities. There is a seasonal excellent resturant a half mile away. Getting AroundYou want to have a car to stay with us. Closest city is 7 miles away with beach and lobster on the dock 5 miles from us. Other Things to NoteSea kayaking is very popular in this part of Maine. The winding coastline offers wonderful trips, from easy to advanced kayaking. You can bring your own and set off right from our property, or rent from one of the nearby companies. We also have boat trips near by where you can just sit back and take in the beauty and wildlife. We have our own island that you can access at low tide by foot. The tidal pools, cooling breezes and just amazing beauty may keep you by the water for hours.
              house
              3br house
                Built in 2015 with Post and Bean Construction, Tidewater Cottage boast private beach access to sandy Popham Beach. Silver lake is steps from the front door and is stocked annually with fresh water trout for all of the fishing enthusiasts. Ride the gentle waves of the Atlantic with Surfboards, Paddle Boards. Tidewater sleeps eight comfortably, with a Master Bedroom & Bathroom upstairs. Media Room, Game room, Attached Screened-in-Porch, Large Deck, Pool Table and plenty of space for Family and Friends. Fresh lobsters, Nature Trails, Scenic Boat Tours & Historic Forts are all within walking distance.
                house
                3br house
                  Enjoy gorgeous views of the Sasanoa River (also known as Robinhood Cove) and the surrounding foliage of Midcoast Maine when you stay at this beautiful Georgetown home, a secluded waterfront getaway with a deep water dock and a wrap-around deck. Stunningly positioned on a large peninsula property only 200 feet from the calm, saltwater cove's edge, this two-level home is just five miles from the town of Georgetown and the Josephine Newman Audubon Sanctuary, nine miles from the historic city of Bath, and 10 miles from the lovely seascapes of Reid State Park. The great room is full of natural light and exposed knotty pine, creating a warm and welcoming living space for families, boating enthusiasts, and all lovers of the outdoors. Relax in the window seat as you admire the sweeping river views, grab a book from the shelves to read on one of the sofas, or use the generous supply of wood to build a fire in the cozy wood stove. After a day of kayaking on the Sasanoa River or strolling along Mile Beach in Reid State Park, gather your family for a movie night in front of the flatscreen cable TV, VCR, and DVD player. Upload some pictures of you on the water over the WiFi. Pick up some fresh local steamers and lobsters from the legendary Five Islands Lobster Co. and prepare a seafood feast in the spacious full kitchen. You'll have plenty of cabinet space to store your groceries, as well as a dishwasher to take care of the clean-up. There is seating for eight around the dining table in the great room, but you'll spend most of the summer and fall around the patio table on the deck. Launch your kayak from the dock to enjoy an invigorating morning paddle, watch the kids as they play tag on the grass, or soak in the sun from a seat on the deck. With two bedrooms and a loft, this home can sleep as many as six guests. You'll find a queen-size bed and a twin in the master bedroom, as well as direct access to the deck. The loft offers another queen-size bed, while the guest room on the main floor has two double beds. The main floor also features one full bathroom, two half-baths, and a private washer/dryer for your convenience. Celebrated by birders, fishermen, and artists for decades, the island of Georgetown offers a glimpse of Midcoast Maine at its best. Enjoy views of the Cuckolds Light, the Hendricks Head Light, and Seguin Island Light Station from Reid State Park, or set sail to reach the point where the Sheepscot River meets the great Atlantic Ocean. Come and experience the beauty of Midcoast Maine - a stay at this wonderful Georgetown home will become a tradition for years to come! Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer. Enjoy gorgeous views of the Sasanoa River (also known as Robinhood Cove) and the surrounding foliage of Midcoast Maine when you stay at this beautiful Georgetown home, a secluded waterfront getaway with a deep water dock and a wrap-around deck. Stunningly positioned on a large peninsula property only 200 feet from the calm, saltwater cove's edge, this two-level home is just five miles from the town of Georgetown and the Josephine Newman Audubon Sanctuary, nine miles from the historic city of Bath, and 10 miles from the lovely seascapes of Reid State Park. The great room is full of natural light and exposed knotty pine, creating a warm and welcoming living space for families, boating enthusiasts, and all lovers of the outdoors. Relax in the window seat as you admire the sweeping river views, grab a book from the shelves to read on one of the sofas, or use the generous supply of wood to build a fire in the cozy wood stove. After a day of kayaking on the Sasanoa River or strolling along Mile Beach in Reid State Park, gather your family for a movie night in front of the flatscreen cable TV, VCR, and DVD player. Upload some pictures of you on the water over the WiFi. Pick up some fresh local steamers and lobsters from the legendary Five Islands Lobster Co. and prepare a seafood feast in the spacious full kitchen. You'll have plenty of cabinet space to store your groceries, as well as a dishwasher to take care of the clean-up. There is seating for eight around the dining table in the great room, but you'll spend most of the summer and fall around the patio table on the deck. Launch your kayak from the dock to enjoy an invigorating morning paddle, watch the kids as they play tag on the grass, or soak in the sun from a seat on the deck. With two bedrooms and a loft, this home can sleep as many as six guests. You'll find a queen-size bed and a twin in the master bedroom, as well as direct access to the deck. The loft offers another queen-size bed, while the guest room on the main floor has two double beds. The main floor also features one full bathroom, two half-baths, and a private washer/dryer for your convenience. Celebrated by birders, fishermen, and artists for decades, the island of Georgetown offers a glimpse of Midcoast Maine at its best. Enjoy views of the Cuckolds Light, the Hendricks Head Light, and Seguin Island Light Station from Reid State Park, or set sail to reach the point where the Sheepscot River meets the great Atlantic Ocean. Come and experience the beauty of Midcoast Maine - a stay at this wonderful Georgetown home will become a tradition for years to come! Additional amenities include: cable / satellite TV, washer / dryer.
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  1 review
                  13br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Georgetown, this inn is within 3 mi (5 km) of Reid State Park, Josephine Newman Audubon Sanctuary, and Georgetown Historical Society. Sewell Pond Conservation Area and Doubling Point Lighthouse are also within 12 mi (20 km).
                  house
                  Excellent
                  1 review
                  3br house
                    Nana's Beach Cottage is a rustic getaway with stunning panoramic views. Originally built as a stable in the early 20th Century, the cottage today retains much of its original rustic feel even with several expansions. If you are looking for luxury, this is not the place for you. But if you are looking for something uniquely rustic in a spectacular setting where most of your day will be spent outside, Nana's Beach Cottage is just the place for you and your family. The cottage is located on a beautiful private sand beach where you can swim and play right out your front door, hike through woods, kayak the shoreline, walk the mudflats at low tide, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photography, drift to sleep with the lapping of the waves and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. For adults and children of all ages, this is a special place to be away from it. Here everyone can disconnect from digital devices and connect with one of the most beautiful spots in Maine.
                    Home/Apartment
                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Pets Allowed
                    BLACKBERRY COVE, acozy A-Frame Maine cabine avec plage de sable fin, est à quelques pas de sept autres plages Association et de la forêt de préserver avec des sentiers de randonnée. Situé à Indian Point à Georgetown, vous êtes juste un court trajet en voiture à la zone de bain / Brunswick et la Région Boothbay. Magnifique vue sur Sagadahoc Bay. Cette maison peut accueillir 4 personnes, avec une chambre et une mezzanine. Ceci est un endroit parfait pour les vacances en famille et tous ceux qui aiment le plein air. Grand espace pour le kayak ou la navigation de plaisance et kayaks sont même inclus dans la location. Les chambres principales Level: Lit Double et de la reine Canapé-lit, LOFT: 2 lits plate-forme unique. SANITAIRES principal Niveau: 1 Bath.Linens complet (draps, taies, serviettes et tapis de bain) ne sont pas fournis et qu'il soit besoin d'être apportés de la maison ou ordonné par notre service de linge pour une taxe. Qu'aurais-vous besoin? Parcourez notre site web pour les vendeurs locaux, restaurants et activités. Rempli de toutes les choses de vacances; si vous pouvez penser, notre site couvre plus probable, il! Assurez-vous de tendre la main à nous si vous avez besoin d'aide pour créer des vacances parfaites! POURQUOI RÉSERVER AVEC COTTAGE CONNECTION? Locations de vacances. Propriété privée. Professionnellement géré. Trusted depuis 1993. Cottage Connection a été l'une des premières sociétés de location de vacances dans la région Mid-côte du Maine. Jeff et Audrey Miller, qui possèdent trois maisons de location de vacances avaient eux-mêmes un moment de aha quand ils ont réalisé qu'ils ne pouvaient pas trouver quelqu'un qui «got it» pour gérer leurs vacances pour eux. Depuis 1993, ils ont fait confiance par les propriétaires et les vacanciers à "connecter" chaque famille avec le chalet idéal pour leurs vacances. Comme Audrey met; "La maison qu'ils restent en devient une personnalité, une partie de leur tradition, quand une famille se connecte avec le droit cottage. Qu'ils veulent une cabane rustique dans les bois ou un océan bungalow haut de gamme, le bon réglage donne le ton pour l'ensemble des vacances. "En savoir plus sur la façon dont Connection Cottage peut aider à rendre vos vacances parfaites! BOOTHBAY REGION La péninsule Boothbay est une belle région riche en culture, l'histoire, toutes choses nautiques et bien sûr son propre créneau unique dans la nature. La région offre de nombreuses possibilités pour le vélo, le kayak, le canoë, la pêche, des chartes et des croisières guidées, des spas, un parcours de golf et country club, mini-golf, bowling, musées, antiquités, randonnée et des sentiers pédestres. Nous avons le Maine State Aquarium, le Jardin botanique Maine côtières et de la Land Trust Boothbay Region avec ses 30+ miles de sentiers animaux sympathiques dans les zones protégées. Pour une liste plus complète des offres locales Cliquez ici! L'établissement inclut: pas de télévision, kayaks (3), pas d'internet.
                    Cottage
                    2br Cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    White Rocks is a classic New England shingle style summer cottage on the salt water in mid-coast Maine. The cottage overlooks a large bay and has spectacular views of islands, lighthouses, and the rocky coastline. White Rocks has a screened porch and a deck that both overlook the water, as well as a private dock for boating, kayaking, fishing and swimming. The cottage is in excellent condition and is nicely furnished with a combination of antiques and modern furniture. Every room in the cottage has authentic wide plank wood floors and water views. White Rocks has all the necessities, including a lobster cooking pot and a gas barbecue grill on the deck. The cottage has two upstairs bedrooms. The main bedroom has a comfortable queen sized bed, and the second bedroom has two twin beds. A full sized sofa bed in the living room will sleep two people. White Rocks has a full kitchen, a separate dining room, a spacious downstairs bathroom with a full shower, and a cozy living room. The cottage has a flat panel HDTV, a DVD player and a CD player. White Rocks has electric heat, and the bedrooms have overhead fans. Unlike many rental cottages, sheets, blankets, and towels are provided for guests and the beds are made. White Rocks is located just steps from the water and has its own picturesque cove. The cottage faces west, so you can enjoy gorgeous sunsets every evening. The cottage also has a large lawn where you can play catch, croquet, or simply sit in the shade. White Rocks is a short drive from Reid State Park, the most beautiful beach in Maine. A free season pass to the park is included with the cottage rental. The water supply for the cottage is from a drilled well, and the water is conditioned to remove iron and other minerals, like most well water along the Maine coast. The water is regularly tested, is crystal clear and perfectly safe for cooking, washing dishes and showering. As some guests may find that the tap water does not have a "city water" taste, unlimited bottled spring water is provided free of charge for all guests as an additional amenity. The cottage is available for rent from early May through late October. We rent by the week in June, July, August and September. Shorter rentals may be available in May and late October.
                    Cottage
                    3br Cottage
                      Still some time in October available. Fall is one of the best times to be on the coast of Maine! Best of the Maine coast! Views of the rugged Maine coast from a beautiful sandy beach on Indian Point. Very comfortable 3 bedroom, four season cottage right on the beach. Classic Maine views of pine tree covered Islands, majestic light houses and rocky coves littered with colorful lobster buoys. Great cottage for a family or a romantic getaway. The cottage interior is all natural pine with a stone fireplace. The open kitchen/dining/ living room area over looks the beach and spectacular views.The cottage is clean and very well maintained. A great place to be anytime from April through November! Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds
                      Home/Apartment
                      5br Home/Apartment
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Architect designed stone and clapboard house on four acres of woodland. There is a dock where the small boats are kept, on the river or the mud flats depending on the tide. The house is heated by electricity or woodstove. The great room is for dining and reading and is big enough for rainy day activities. The kitchen is behind a fireslate counter and there is a screened porch for fisherman viewing and cocktail hours. A two-bed guest room on the first floor is next to a full bath and laundry room. Upstairs is the master bedroom with a double bed and two desks, a large walk-in closet and another full bath with separate shower. Outside the kitchen a deck leads to the garage-guest house with two double bed bedrooms and a sleeping porch with two cots. There is a full bath upstairs and a small kitchen downstairs. The garage has summer beach toys stored along with a small motor and oars for the row boat, paddles for the canoe and sails for the 12 foot sailboat. WiFi internet. Beds: 3 Double Beds, 4 Twin Beds, 1 Crib
                      Cottage
                      2br Cottage
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Stunning panoramic views abound from this charming cottage located on a beautiful private sand beach, you can swim and play right out your front door, explore woods and salt marshes, kayak tidal rivers, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, or rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photograph. Romantic Hideaway or Family Cottage: Drift to sleep with the murmuring of the surf and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. Stay up late for spectacular starry skies and romantic moonlight sparkling on the sea. For lovers of all ages this special place to be away from it all with that special person in one of the most beautiful spots in Maine. As guests in the small private community of Indian Point, you will enjoy full access to several other sandy beaches, miles of beautiful rocks, tide pools teeming with critters, a nature preserve, and even a boat launch on a sheltered bay. Or make this your home base for a memorable Maine family vacation with beach days and explorations here at Indian Point interspersed with trips to the mainland for museums, shopping in Freeport, poking about the shops in Boothbay Harbor, a schooner trip, charter fishing, antiquing, concerts and exhibits. During the summer months (July - September) we book weekly from Saturday to Saturday. Check-in time is 2 PM and checkout time is 10 AM. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 3 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
                      Home/Apartment
                      4br Home/Apartment
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Beautiful oceanfront house with lots of open space and views from every room. Minutes from Reid State Park, Five Islands, and fresh lobster! Studio suite also available for rent separately from house.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Sorry, but due to allergies - this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions! Check in for this home is scheduled for Saturdays during the summer months. 66 Loop Road is a recently renovated oceanfront cottage with crashing surf on the rocks in front of you. As part of the Indian Point Association, you have access to several beaches, salt water marsh, and nature trails. Island Living in a relaxed setting is yours at this two bedroom, two bath cottage at the edge of the sea. From two decks you can enjoy watching surf, boats, and see two of Maine's many lighthouses - Cuckolds and Sequin. Be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the waves. On a cool evening, curl up on the couch and enjoy views from inside. Wake to the sounds and smells of the ocean and salt air - not to mention the birds (Heron, Gulls, Osprey...) Bring your kayak or small boat and launch it from the nearby boat ramp. This cottage is all about the views. Due to safety concerns, it is recommended that no children under the age of 10 stay at this location. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO! While vacationing on Georgetown Island be sure to take time to visit the Farm Stand to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables and many other Maine Food Products or visit Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream. Georgetown Pottery has a great selection of locally made pottery. Don't miss stopping here. The Georgetown General Store is a must stop too, for a quick loaf of bread or a small meal in their dining area. Sequin Lighthouse and Cuckolds Lighthouse are visible from Indian Point. If this isn't enough then a short ride will take you to Bath with more shopping, dining and museums. The Maine Maritime Museum in historic Bath is a 20 minute drive away. THE HOUSE 66 Loop Road is perched on the edge of the sea with large rocks, smoothed by years of salt water crashing over them, extending into the Atlantic. This two bedroom, two bath cottage has it all - washer/dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, two open decks facing the ocean, access to the Indian Point Beaches' (all just a short walk away) and nature trails for wandering through salt marshes and wooded areas. Truly relaxing and a wonderful way to enjoy your vacation in Maine. You have it all here; beaches, rocky coastline, restaurants, galleries, shops, boat excursions nearby, museums and theater. Entering the cottage you come through the den with a comfortable futon. The den overlooks the kitchen and dining area and offers ocean views through the sliders and windows that abound in this cottage. Down the hallway is a full bath. The Living Room with more sliders and windows to that magnificent ocean view just adds to a romantic getaway. Down another short hallway are two bedrooms and the second full bath. Step out onto the deck, sit with your morning coffee to watch the sunrise and take in the beauty of sky meeting sea. Enjoy watching boats as they sail by, or lobster-men pulling their traps. This is truly a house all about the sea. BEDROOMS The Master Bedroom, first floor, has a Queen Bed and views to the ocean The Second Bedroom, first floor has a Double Bed BATHROOMS First Floor - 2 Full Bath with tub/shower combos WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown or explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: three gas fireplaces, access to indian point association beaches (pathway from house to todd's point - rugged pathway), 2 open decks with furniture for sitting and dining, linens provided (sheets and towels) bring your own beach towels, nature trails along the salt marshes, indian point association hiking trails.
                      Home/Apartment
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Pets Allowed
                      This home schedules its arrivals and departures for Saturdays during the summer season. Also, due to allergies, this is a non pet friendly home with no exceptions.A treasured family cottage at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean with 180 degree views. This two bedroom, one and a half bath open concept cottage with vaulted ceilings is well equipped and ready for you to unpack your suitcase and begin your Maine Vacation. Reached by car, Georgetown Island is all about the water. This cottage is located in the small private community of Indian Point. As guests of this property, you will enjoy access to several sandy beaches, nature trails through marshes, tidal sand flats and miles of gorgeous rocks with spectacular oceanfront views of the two lighthouses the Cuckolds and the Seguin Island Lights, along with views of Damariscove Island. You can simply relax inside or out at this cottage and from the living room, dining area and lying in bed can watch the surf, sea creatures, boats of all sizes including working lobster boats. At night, you can be lulled to sleep by the sound of the waves slapping the rocks, the smell of the ocean air and the moonlight bouncing off the water. Master bedroom with double bed and a full bath next to it with a tub and separate shower. Comfortably furnished throughout, linens included, washer and dryer. Lots of space for two generations to be able to enjoy getting together. Due to safety concerns, the property owner recommends that no children under the age of 16 stay at this home. SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO Like most houses along the coast, this one has been positioned to take advantage of the view. The majesty of the Atlantic is right outside your door. Walk down the path to the rocks to dip your toes into the water. One of the Association Beaches is just a short walk from the house (visible in the photos). Large expanse of sand for sunbathing or building sand castle. Bring your kayaks and launch them from the beach or the nearby boat launch area. This island is nestled between the Kennebec and Sheepscot Rivers and surrounded at the point by the ocean. Visit the nearby Georgetown Farm Stand for fresh fruits and vegetables and other Maine Products (meats, cheeses, jams, jellies and more) or Five Island Lobster Pound for fresh seafood (eat in or bring it home to cook). Enjoy Ice Cream from the stand at Five Islands. The Georgetown General Store provides small meals, snacks, milk, bread and more to save a trip to Bath. THE HOUSETypical cottage style with weathered shingles on the outside and a coastal feel on the inside. Perched atop a knoll with the front yard being age smoothed rocks that tumbled to the sea, this will become your home away from home for many visits to come. Imagine sitting at the dining table watching the sun rise over the ocean as you enjoy your morning coffee or take it outside to the deck or down on the rocks. Watch eagles, osprey, gulls and more as they glide past you. Fishing boats and sailing vessels go by all day long. First floor has a large entry, wonderful living/dining area that stretches across most of the waterside section of the house; a master bedroom where you can wake up to the sights, smells and sounds of the ocean right outside your window; a full bath with tub and separate steam shower and the kitchen complete this floor. Upstairs there is a TV area overlooking the living/dining area (this area has a porthole window to bring that view inside to you) and futon; half bath, large room with a sleeping alcove. The upstairs bedroom area has many windows to the view as well as books and games with which to enjoy yourself. BEDROOMS Main Floor - Queen Bed; Second Floor - Double Bed and a Double Futon Sofa BATHROOMS First Floor - Full Bath with tub and separate steam shower Second Floor - Half Bath WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Peruse our web site for local vendors, eateries and activities. Replete with all things vacation; if you can think of it, our site most likely covers it! Be sure to reach out to us if you need any help creating the perfect vacation! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manage their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore, when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course it’s own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, a championship golf course and country club, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings Click Here! BATH, MAINE Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park, and the Kennebec Land Trust. Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series in Bath while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown Island lies between the mouth of the Sheepscot River and the Kennebec River in the Gulf of Maine. The Abenaki Indians called the island Erascohegan, meaning “goo spear fishing”. The island was purchased in 1649 from the Indians for a hogshead of rum and some pumpkins. The first settlement was built on what eventually became known as Parker’s Island. The Island was named for Fort St. George in 1716 by the Massachusetts General Court. While staying in Georgetown be sure to visit the Georgetown Farm Stand for great fresh vegetables, herbs, Maine delicacies including meats and cheeses, jellies and jams; Five Island Lobster Pound for great seafood and ice cream; Reid State Park if you don’t have enough with the beautiful beaches at Indian Point; Georgetown Pottery for beautiful locally made pottery and of course the local general store for bread, milk, beer and wine, or a small meal or snack at the counter or dining room. Robinhood Marina has a great restaurant, beautiful views and slips and moorings for boats. INDIAN POINT, GEORGETOWN, MAINE This special Association area of Georgetown boasts several beaches, nature trails, salt marsh area, and boat launching ramp. A very special area of Georgetown – the third point east of the Kennebec River outflow with Sagadahoc Bay on the west, Sheepscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, this narrow strip of land reaches out into the Atlantic and affords stunning views of islands, lighthouses, boating, surf and sea birds. Comprised of approximately 110 cottages, many with history back to the 1920’s when the steamship stopped regularly to drop off passengers along with the mail and electricity and running water were scarce. Use this link for more information about this area. http://indianpointmaine.org/ Additional amenities include: coffee maker, smart phone users with hot spots can access internet, otherwise there is not internet here, boat launch on a sheltered bay, nature trails along the marshes, check in day during prime season is on saturday, not a pet friendly property, linens are included, bring your own beach towels as they are not provided, indian point association beaches - sea beach within 1/2 mile from home, the fireplace is not a working fireplace, open deck with bold ocean views of the atlantic ocean.
                      Boat
                      2br Boat
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Imagine being just 1000 feet from open ocean. That's where you will be when you choose this cottage for your vacation. Gulls' Nest is a cozy two bedroom, two bath cottage sitting at the edge of Little Sheepscot River in Georgetown, Maine. Imagine sitting in the enclosed sunroom or out on one of the lawn chairs, watching the boat traffic go by; enjoy the birds (eagles, heron and more) or watch a sunrise. With your own deep water dock and float you can swim right from the float or bring a kayak and explore the area. Perhaps paddle to Robinhood Marina for lunch or dinner or explore Goose Rock Passage. Mac Mahan Island is across the Little Sheepscot River and is what you are viewing as you look across the water. THE COTTAGE Gulls' Nest has two bedrooms on the upper floor each with a king size bed. There is a 3/4 Bath with shower on this level as well. Main Floor has the kitchen, 3/4 bath with shower, laundry area, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and sunroom. The sunroom has a pull out sofa for an occasional overnight guest or two. The sunroom will be where you spend your time with its floor to ceiling windows and beautiful water views, you won't want to do anything but sit, relax and enjoy. But, do stir yourself to visit the local Farmer's Market for local vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits, and more. Or if you are lucky enough to be here when a special event is taking place at the community center, avail yourself of the fun and join the locals as they celebrate some of the areas special days. Drive over to Reid State Park and spend a day exploring the dunes or the over a mile long sandy beach. Like to shop? Bath, Brunswick and Freeport are just a short drive away. You can arrange for a local Lobster man to leave you fresh lobsters in the box on your dock (when you put it out). Doesn't get any better than that. You just leave the money for him. He'll let you know the cost. Information is in the cottage. Only a short drive to Five Island Lobster House (one of the most popular Lobster Shacks around). Sit and enjoy a shore dinner while you watch local Lobster fishermen unloading their catch. Try dinner or lunch at the Robinhood Marina Restaurant. Stop at the Georgetown Pottery Shop and pick up a piece or two of local made pottery. Did you say lamp? Maybe you need two. They do truly beautiful pottery. BEDROOMS: 2nd Floor: both bedrooms have king beds 1st Floor: Sleep Sofa BATHROOMS: 1st Floor: 3/4 Shower 2nd Floor: Full bathroom WHAT ELSE WILL YOU NEED? Be sure to let us help you create the perfect vacation! We love this sweet little cottage and have all kinds of ideas and information on how you can enjoy your vacation at Gulls' Nest Cottage. Reach out to us for help in planning your trip! WHY BOOK WITH COTTAGE CONNECTION? Vacation Rentals. Privately Owned. Professionally Managed. Trusted since 1993. Cottage Connection was one of the first vacation rental companies in the Mid-coast region of Maine. Jeff and Audrey Miller, who own three vacation rental homes themselves had an aha moment when they realized they could not find anyone who ‘got it’ to manager their rentals for them. Since 1993 they have been trusted by homeowners and vacationers to “connect” each family with the perfect cottage for their vacation. As Audrey puts it; “The home they stay in becomes a personality, a part of their lore when a family connects with the right cottage. Whether they want a rustic cabin in the woods or a high-end ocean bungalow, the right setting sets the tone for the entire vacation.” Learn more about how Cottage Connection can help make your vacation perfect! BOOTHBAY REGION (An easy day trip, about an hour away) The Boothbay Peninsula is a beautiful region rich in culture, history, all things nautical and of course its own unique niche in nature. The area offers ample opportunities for biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, charters and guided cruises, spas, golf, mini-golf, bowling, museums, antiquing, hiking and walking trails. We have the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens and the Boothbay Region Land Trust with its 30+ miles of pet friendly trails in protected areas. For a more comprehensive list of local offerings click here BATH, MAINE (close by) Home to Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, Bath has a history steeped in the Maritimes, nautical and seafaring trades and of course boat building on a grand scale. Located at the mouth of the Kennebec River, Bath is a modern and vital community in Mid-coast Maine that has deep historical roots dating back to the original Popham Colony established in 1607. Enjoy local shops, eateries and galleries downtown and explore Reid State Park, Popham Beach State Park and Kennebec Land Trust Be sure to check the calendar for the Summer music series while you are here! GEORGETOWN, MAINE Georgetown is a seaside town in Sagadahoc County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,020 at the 2000 census. Home to Reid State Park. Located on an island accessible by car from the mainland, Georgetown includes the villages of Five Islands, Georgetown, Bay Point, Indian Point, Marrtown, West Georgetown and Robinhood. It is a popular travel destination. Additional amenities include: coffee maker, linens are provided, fans, pet friendly (one small to medium dog), iron/ironing board, lawn furniture, dock and float (1000 feet to the atlantic ocean from here!).
                      Home/Apartment
                      3br Home/Apartment
                        A beautiful home filled with classic Maine character located in the heart of Five Islands. Guest will enjoy a bright and cheerful sunporch, spacious full kitchen, dining room seating 8 with french doors to the backyard & grill along with a lovely living room that has a sweet peek of the ocean. This charming 3 bedroom 2 bath house sleeps 6-8 comfortably. On the second floor there is a large master bedroom with a queen size bed and futon, a "shot gun" bedroom with two twin beds and a private full size bedroom at the end of the hall. Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
                        Home/Apartment
                        3br Home/Apartment
                        • Pets Allowed
                        Built in 2015 with Post and Bean Construction, Tidewater Cottage boast private beach access to sandy Popham Beach. Silver lake is steps from the front door and is stocked annually with fresh water trout for all of the fishing enthusiasts. Ride the gentle waves of the Atlantic with Surfboards, Paddle Boards. Tidewater sleeps eight comfortably, with a Master Bedroom & Bathroom upstairs. Media Room, Game room, Attached Screened-in-Porch, Large Deck, Pool Table and plenty of space for Family and Friends. Fresh lobsters, Nature Trails, Scenic Boat Tours & Historic Forts are all within walking distance.
                        Home/Apartment
                        Excellent
                        1 review
                        3br Home/Apartment
                          Nana's Beach Cottage is a rustic getaway with stunning panoramic views. Originally built as a stable in the early 20th Century, the cottage today retains much of its original rustic feel even with several expansions. If you are looking for luxury, this is not the place for you. But if you are looking for something uniquely rustic in a spectacular setting where most of your day will be spent outside, Nana's Beach Cottage is just the place for you and your family. The cottage is located on a beautiful private sand beach where you can swim and play right out your front door, hike through woods, kayak the shoreline, walk the mudflats at low tide, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photography, drift to sleep with the lapping of the waves and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. For adults and children of all ages, this is a special place to be away from it. Here everyone can disconnect from digital devices and connect with one of the most beautiful spots in Maine.
                          Home/Apartment
                          3br Home/Apartment
                          • Pets Allowed
                          The SpaceNana's Beach Cottage is a rustic getaway with stunning panoramic views. Originally built as a stable in the early 20th Century, the cottage today retains much of its original rustic feel even with several expansions. If you are looking for luxury, this is not the place for you. But if you are looking for something uniquely rustic in a spectacular setting where most of your day will be spent outside, Nana's Beach Cottage is just the place for you and your family. The cottage is located on a beautiful private sand beach where you can swim and play right out your front door, hike through woods, kayak the shoreline, walk the mudflats at low tide, watch birds, identify anemones in the tide pools, indulge in beach novels, rekindle that latent interest in watercolor painting or photography, drift to sleep with the lapping of the waves and wake to a sunrise dancing across the water. For adults and children of all ages, this is a special place to be away from it. Here everyone can disconnect from digital devices and connect with one of the most beautiful spots in Maine. Guest AccessAs guests of Nana's Beach Cottage, you will enjoy full access to several other sandy beaches, mudflats, endless rocky shorelines, tide pools teeming with critters, nature preserves, and fresh water ponds. Interaction with GuestsWe ask that all guests take a moment to walk through the home and report any dissatisfaction within the first 24 hours. On-site Property Manager: Judy Preble (EMAIL HIDDEN) Phone: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteWhile we don't have kayaks we're able to lend guests, there is a great outfitter nearby that rents equipment and gives tours. This is their site - (URL HIDDEN)
                          Home/Apartment
                          1br Home/Apartment
                          • Wifi
                          • Parking
                          The SpaceLocated right across from the public boat landing, guests are welcome to launch their kayaks from our private dock, and have their own private patio, picnic table and grill. Guest AccessThe cottage is self contained and very private. Georgetown itself is an island connected by bridge to Arrowsic Island, which is connected by bridge to Bath, ME, the nearest population center, which is nine miles away. While there is a small general store, we advise packing well. Interaction with GuestsWe live in the main house, which is screened from the cottage. While we try to give our guests complete privacy and the freedom to come and go as they please, we love Georgetown and its environs, and would be happy to share our experience. The NeighborhoodThe cottage faces due west over Robinhood Cove. sunsets tend to be glorious. Getting AroundWe are nine miles down a peninsula, but are located right on Route 127, so the propert is easy to locate. Other Things to NoteIn addition to Reid State Park, Georgetown has eleven other public access lands managed variously by The Nature Conservancy, Audubon, The Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, the town of Georgetown and the University of Maine.
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                          4 reviews
                          3br Home/Apartment
                          • Wifi
                          • Pets Allowed
                          • Parking
                          The SpaceCozy and comfortable cottage on the cove All cooking amenities and fantastic views. Pet friendly! Guest AccessComfortable living area with breathtaking views. Use of dock for kayaking, floats. Interaction with GuestsThird generation local lobsterman who knows the sea and land and guide you to any local activity. Lives local. Other Things to NoteClose to numerous coastal towns or just relax and enjoy the scenery and quiet.