The SpaceThis 3 bedroom guest house is part of a Federalist/Victorian estate originally built between (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The guest house is one of four structures on the property (1820s Federalist home, 1850s Victorian home, barn/gym), all connected via multiple gardens that include an outdoor eating area, handmade Adirondack chairs and large grill.
The guest house was rebuilt from scratch in the late 90s and has since been redesigned to include local art, Restoration Hardware bedding in 2 rooms, custom furniture from Room & Board, West Elm and local furniture stores from Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
The rental is for the entire guest house, as well as access to the Central Garden, which includes 3 beds, 1.5 bath, full kitchen, laundry, living room, indoor dining, outdoor dining, desk, TV and wifi. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the Central Garden which sits between the structures, as well as dedicated outdoor dining space, sitting area, grill and rose garden. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be met at the property and given a brief tour to help them understand the property layout, as well as walk through of the house. Should any needs come up during the stay, we are available to answer those as needed. The NeighborhoodThe property sits in the downtown village portion of Waldoboro, a small coastal village on the coast of Maine. Famous for its roots in shipbuilding, among other things, Waldoboro is one of the few places left on the coast untouched by tourist build up or corporate outposts, giving visitors a true sense of the Midcoast Maine area, its wonderful residents and community, the amazing art scene, and fantastic food and bar options. The property is a 1-2 minute walk to downtown establishments, including three galleries, bar/restaurants, retail, local performing arts theater and the public landing/water access.
Exploring outside of Waldoboro, we're just 10 minutes over from the next set of villages, and only 25 minutes away from much larger (and gorgeous) communities as Camden, Rockport and Rockland. A full guide to the local area will be provided as part of the welcome packet/house rules. Getting AroundWhile you won't need a car to get downtown (a quick walk), you'll want access to a car or boat if you wish to explore the rest of the Midcoast Maine region.