|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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This is a cape built in 1800s. It is cozy and sleeps 8 people. It offers 4 bedrooms. One full bath in main floor and one small bathroom upstairs with a stand up shower. Master bedroom has a Queen and twin, One with a queen, one with a double, one with a Twin. Enjoy grilling outside on the patio or having dinners in our fully equipped kitchen. House offers TVs with DVD players in living room and master with basic cable (20 channels) and high speed Wi-Fi. It is a quick few minutes walk to town where you can enjoy breakfast lunch or dinner at our local cafe, pizza place or restaurant down by the water - a short drive- called The Slipway. We also have a small local grocery store. There is also a school nearby where kids can play on the swings and slides, etc. It is a nice neighborhood to take walks or go for a bike ride.
Located in the heart of Midcoast Maine, Thomaston is a lovely small town. Rockland, just under 10 minutes away and Camden 20 minutes from Thomaston, holds several events each summer including the Lobster Festival, the North Atlantic Blues Festival, and the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Show.
In the fall, enjoy our lively harvest festivals, sparkling clear weather, and brilliant display of foliage, fall is a wonderful time to visit Maine. Fall also brings food and wine celebrations like the Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta, the Acadia Oktoberfest and the Great Maine Apple Day in Unity. Colorful farmers’ markets and produce stands brim with pumpkins and gourds. Apple orchards and pumpkin patches invite you to “pick your own.” Birders can spy migrating hawks, warblers and shorebirds. Fall is also the peak season for Maine lobster. There is no better place to be for fall leaf peeping than in Maine.
In the winter, Spend a day downhill skiing or tubing before warming up with some local pub fare. You can even have fun skiing in Maine without ever riding a chairlift. Glide around Maine’s well-groomed paths for Nordic skiing - a new 3.2-mile cross-country ski loop trail which explores the northeastern side of Ragged Mountain.Whether you’re a trekker, classical or freestyle skier, take advantage of the miles of smooth backcountry trails that wind across the state of Maine. Come view the infamous Toboggan Nationals in Camden Maine each winter.
The Midcoast area offers many outstanding museums, historical sites, restaurants and waterfront activities as well as an abundance of natural beauty.
Nearby attractions include several museums (Owl's Head Transportation Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum and Maine Lighthouse Museum, to name a few) and all manner of outdoor activities (sailing cruises, kayak & paddleboat rentals, nature preserves, etc.). If you want to have fun in the water, we are close to rivers, lakes and the ocean. The closest public beach, Lucia Beach in Owls Head, is just 15 minutes away.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||C$400|
Rates are subject to change until reservation is booked. Owner will provide directions and other pertinent information 2 weeks prior to your stay.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.