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Cliff-perched: breathtaking views, private hiking trails, complete seclusion

People4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms1
Property type house
Minimum Stay 5 - 7 nights

Overview


Details
Property
house
People
4
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Minimum Stay
5 - 7 nights

Description

Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Machiasport - Prowhouse

2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 4 Sleeps

Designed to evoke a ship, this stylish 2BD home overlooks the ocean and is surrounded by 50 acres of woods, wildlife, and area beaches. Complete privacy but only 17 min from town. Hike, kayak, BBQ, explore Downeast harbors, or just relax on the deck.

The Prowhouse was designed by Machiasport poet and sea captain Phil Rose to evoke the prow of a ship. The home's distinctive, angular 'prow' and its floor-to-ceiling windows overlook Howards Cove, a lovely crescent of ocean water and woodlands cupped in the north by unique Jasper Beach. In addition to the remarkable view, our guests enjoy complete solitude — there's only one other home remotely visible and it's across the cove about a mile away.

The Prowhouse fits 4 people comfortably. The master bedroom has large windows with a dizzying view over the cliff to the ocean floor below. The second bedroom is smaller but is very cozy; it's walls are covered with blue and gold-colored nautical maps of New England. The downstairs has a handsome living room, dining area, kitchen and bathroom.

The style of the home's decor is a mix of mid-century modern and nautical aesthetic, i.e. lots vintage furnishings in teak and brass. While the Prowhouse is newly renovated with all modern amenities, you'll feel as if you've stepped into the 50s or 60s when you walk through the door. For instance, you'll find furniture, art, and design by mid-century Modernists Paul McCobb, Norman Cherner, Percival Lafer, and Curtis Jere. A library corner contains a Danish desk, vintage books, an old rotary phone, an Olivetti typewriter, and a classic Thorens turntable. Most of the paintings and photographs throughout the house are unconventional takes on natural and nautical themes. (Don't expect twee paintings of sea captains and lighthouses when the real deal is just outdoors.)

When the sun is out and the weather warm, enjoy the Prowhouse's spacious deck and picnic table at the cliff's edge. The Prowhouse grounds are fun to explore with small paths threading through the trees, along the cliff's edge, up stone steps and into small gorges.

House Details: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

Guests have access to the entire home, except the cellar. Amenities include a new washer, dryer, and gas stove as well as a coffee maker, grinder, blender, microwave, waffle iron, lobster pot, and all kitchen essentials. You'll find a BBQ grill out on the deck along with chairs and loungers.

The bathroom is on the first floor and has a shower (no tub). All linens are included as well as bathroom amenities.

Please note: the smaller bedroom, which is right next to the master bed upstairs, doesn't have its own door due to the home's quirky architecture, but when the master bedroom door is shut, the second bedroom becomes private by default. Hope that makes some sense.

About the area:

Machiasport, according to the popular travel guide Lonely Planet, is the 'real Downeast.' So if you stay here, don't expect crowds of camera-toting tourists ( you'll find those 1.5 hours south of us in Bar Harbor.) Machiasport, instead, is for those seeking an intimate and authentic experience of Maine coast culture. The experience first unfolds from the seat of your car; Port Road, leading from the town of Machias to Machiasport, is quiet and unassuming but full of character. The road meanders past marshes, woods, and mudflats; passes stacks of lobster traps, lopsided barns and lobster boats, and resident homes of varying repair and personality. We love trips in and out of town. So will you.

Just off the end of Port Road, and down Rose Lane (a quarter mile dirt road through the trees), you'll find the Prowhouse perched atop Rose Ledge. While the home's location is wonderfully idyllic surrounded by acres of trees and wildlife — it's hardly idle; Howards Cove will serve as your own private seaside-theater, presenting you daily with a small parade of lobster boats, seabirds, seals, kayakers, and dramatically expressive clouds. Looking out our windows or standing on Rose Ledge, you'll also see Cutler's distant radio towers that twinkle at night; you'll catch the silhouette of salmon farms against the sea, and, a little farther afield, you'll discover Libby Island Lighthouse whose intermittent flash and foghorn add ambiance to your stay. (Did I say foghorn? Yes, indeed I did. The price we Mainers pay for such traditional New England iconography is, of course, the existence of fog. However, if you're a fan of the Scottish Highlands or misty, medieval forests carpeted in thick mosses and dark tree trunks, you'll find the foggy days an authentic part of the Downeast package.

The Prowhouse is surrounded by 50 acres of woods and wildlife, including some rocky beaches complete with caves and vertiginous cliffs. Wildlife seen around the property include bald eagles, seals, deer, porcupine, harbor porpoises, foxes, and even moose. As mentioned before, the Prowhouse is perched upon one such cliff called Rose Ledge (named, like Rose Lane, after the Rose family.) Perhaps 'Blueberry Ledge' would be more fitting since in August the ledge is hued in swaths of blueberries. Pick some in the morning and have blueberry pancakes for breakfast.

The Prowhouse faces the east so the sunrise is truly spectacular. A clear night sky showcases the Milky Way — or a full moon mirrored by the sea.

Beaches: there's a traditional white sand beach 15 minutes away at Roque Bluffs state park. But Howards Cove features more distinctive Downeast geography including a brown sand beach and a cave (melodramatically named Devil's Oven), as well as dozens of shaggy, seaweed-strewn tidal pools and impressive Acadia-esque rock formations — all within walking distance of the Prowhouse. The real gem of our area is, however, Jasper Beach. One of two beaches in the world consisting entirely of polished stones, this surreal beach is just 2+ minutes drive up the road. Feel free to go to Jasper Beach and collect a couple of these handsome stones for souvenirs or explore the cove with your kayak. Bring a picnic lunch and listen to the strange, burbling sound of the surf as it crashes over the stones.

Beyond Howards Cove are the following areas of interest:

Starboard Cove: a sleepy, former shipyard good for a morning stroll. Walking distance or short drive from the house.

Point of Maine: a slightly longer walk beyond Starboard. More beaches. Quiet and unassuming residential area. More views of the sea.

Bucks Harbor: working harbor where you can buy fresh lobster at BBS lobster pound. 5 minutes drive up Port Road.

Yurts: search online for The Yurt Foundation for info.

A 7 minute drive + 2 mile walk through the woods to a small yurt community. Your hosts can provide directions.

Petroglyphs on Clarks Point: ask your hosts about where to search for these historic glyphs made by Passamaquoddy Indians.

Roque Bluffs: state park and beach (swimming, kayaking, picnics and hikes)

Machias: for restaurants, kayak rentals, local entertainment, and supplies (17 minutes up Port Rd.) Hosts the famed Blueberry Festival in August.

Daytrips:

- Cutler (for access to the spectacular Bold Coast hiking trails and Puffin tours)

- Gardner Lake (fresh water swimming)

- Lubec and Campobello Island (This is Canada so bring a Passport! 2800 acre Roosevelt Campobello International Park for FDR's summer home, birding, biking, hiking, boat tours, East Quoddy Lighthouse, and the Bay of Fundy. Fabulous day trip.)

- Eastport (charming Easternmost city in the U.S.)

- Jonesport and Beals Island (working harbor and nature reserve, golfing)

- Moosehorn Nature Reserve (bald eagles and hiking trails)

Getting Around:

No public transport.

Ways to explore: feet, car, boat. There are bike trails locally so you can bring a bike.

Things to note:

Please be aware of the following:

Due to it's location on a ledge, the Prowhouse is not wheelchair accessible or easily accessible for the elderly or infirm.

Howards Cove is a deep water cove meaning there are no stinky mud flats or eternally low tides! But deep water also means strong currents, freezing cold water, and dangerously steep cliffs — one of which the Prowhouse is built upon.

If you're an experienced kayaker, this may be an ideal area to explore. But please take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Kayaking is entirely at your own risk.

We do not recommend swimming in Howards Cove due to the unpredictable currents and cold water.

Because of the cold water and steep cliffs, we discourage renters with small children or pets.

Also note: while we don't have a TV set we do have wireless internet, lots of books and games and, again, lots of nature and beautiful views. The aforementioned is the reason we passed on the boob tube.

More Details
Suitability:
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • Minimum Age Limit for Renters
  • non smoking only
  • not suitable for children
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible

Owner
owner/property manager
Member since: 2014
Speaks English
Response time:
Within an hour
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
23 November, 2016

About owner/property manager

Rich and Julie live in Pawtucket, RI. Rich is a graphic designer/teacher and Julie is an architectural lighting designer. They live in the city but love to retreat to the Prowhouse for some real relaxation.

owner/property manager purchased this house in 2012

Why owner/property manager chose Downeast and Acadia

The Prowhouse was designed and built by Rich's late father Phil, a retired school teacher and local poet, on family land. The home was in great disrepair when we acquired it, and we lovingly restored it to its full potential. Rich grew up spending summers in the area and had a great deal of nostalgia for Machiasport and wanted to maintain the home his father had been so passionate about.

What makes this house unique

The location and views are simply stunning. The sounds of the foghorn, the view of the sunrise, morning coffee on the deck, the occasional glimpse of a soaring bald eagle, fresh blueberries from the ledge in August...

Reviews

Exceptional! 5/5 -
(12 traveller reviews)

Cliff-perched: breathtaking views, private hiking trails, complete seclusion
average rating of 5.0 based on 12 reviews
5

Perfect Example of the Maine Coast

  • 5 of 5

The Prowhouse was exactly what I was looking for; remote, spectacular views, hiking trails right at the front door, comfortable, and very well-equipped.

Having spent over a week at this property I can honestly say that I was very pleased with the accommodations. The Owners have literally put their heart & soul into this property and as a guest, it felt like home.

I highly recommend the Prowhouse for individuals and couples looking for a comfortable, romantic, 'wilderness' experience. I don't recommend bringing young children as the terrain along the coast is very steep as described by the Owners.

All you need to bring is food, a good bottle of wine, and time to relax. Enjoy!

  • Review Submitted: Nov 29, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Nov 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
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5

The Prowhouse - A breathtaking adventure

  • 5 of 5

The views were just amazing. Hanging on a ledge above Howard's Cove facing due east, we saw both beautiful sun rises and moon rises with dramatic reflections over the water. The many windows in the Prowhouse afforded the grandest vista you could imagine. Not just water, but water, rugged seashore, trees and sky. The well maintained trails on the property were an added thrill to our stay. We hiked the trail from the house to Phil's Rest multiple times and enjoyed the serenity there. We hiked the trail back from the beach at Devil's Oven and it was a fun challenge. The incredible peace and quiet at the Prowhouse gave us a much welcomed environment for a week long vacation away from any hustle or bustle. The owners had many wonderful suggestions for activities in the area and we took advantage of them as well as quiet times at the house. Rich and Julie provided binders full of useful information which were very much appreciated. The owners were so friendly and helpful with any questions we had about the house or the area! The Prowhouse is designed with clean and simple lines, good bones, and very tasteful furnishings. The kitchen is well stocked for cooking needs and the bed was very comfortable. The views from all of the windows and decks are sweeping and hard to imagine unless you've experienced it. We totally loved our stay from beginning to end and hated to leave. We'll go back!

  • Review Submitted: Oct 19, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2016
  • Source: HomeAway
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5

Magical, Memorable, Must-See Location

  • 5 of 5

I couldn't dream up a more beautiful, restful, and magical place than Roseledge.

Pictures can't do it justice - they can't capture the sounds of the surf, the smell of the salt air rolling in on the mist, nor the serenity of this peaceful perch.

The only traffic you'll hear is the sound of lobster boats in the "front yard" and the foghorn of a distant lighthouse. There's no TV in the house and with the view from those amazing windows you don't need one.

The first half of our stay was rainy, misty, foggy, and cool but that didn't deter us from most of our plans. There is a lot to see in the area, no matter the weather, and the second half of our week there offered gorgeous blue skies and warm afternoons - a nice contrast.

The hiking trails around the house are very great - with the wet weather we didn't get to explore them as fully as we would have liked, but we did make it to the deck at Phil's Rest and to the low-tide beach and Devil's Oven. In fact, we enjoyed the beach so much we made a change in our plans in order to spend more time there!

The house itself was beyond our expectations. The neutral colors, the open spaces, and the huge windows, all serve to bring the outdoors in - every time you come in the door, you are struck by the view. And it's breathtaking. The furnishings are comfortable, the kitchen well-stocked for cooking, the beds inviting, and the bathroom clean and modern. It feels an awful lot like home - in part because the owners, Rich and Julie, are so welcoming, we felt rather like part of the family. Rich's father, Phil, was the home's original occupant, and they keep his memory alive here through photos, keepsakes, and his poetry. We found ourselves thanking him for choosing such a beautiful spot, and thanking Rich and Julie for allowing us to be included in a small part of the history of the property.

Go - you won't regret it. Give yourself plenty of time to explore the property and the area - hunt for colorful rocks at Jasper Beach, hike to the yurts (our hike got rained out - we'll just *have* to come back!), picnic at Devil's Oven, stop in at Buck's Harbor to watch them pull in the days catch and then go eat some of their fresh lobster at Helen's in Machias, comb the beach at Roque Bluffs, take a whale watch boat out of Lubec or Eastport, and end every day sitting on the deck listening to the surf...

It's Downeast Maine at it's most magical and mysterious...

  • Review Submitted: Oct 3, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2016
  • Source: HomeAway
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5

Harmonious Tranquility

  • 5 of 5

Our family of four spent 1-1/2 days absorbing the incredible beauty of Acadia NP prior to our arrival at the Prowhouse. Yet when we walked through the door for the first time our jaws dropped at the ocean view through the living room windows. During our week-long stay our wonder and amazement of the surroundings never ceased. On our first morning we witnessed one of the most spectacular sunrises we have ever seen before clouds rolled in and we enjoyed a day of softly falling rain. The next day we became acquainted with the famous Maine coastal fog, both eerie and serene. Then the skies cleared, the fog dissipated, and the next night we watched as a full moon cast a shimmering silver swath of light across the water. Every day was a new delight. I enjoyed the daily early morning bird walks down the long driveway or along the trails that led to cliff-edge lookouts or down to the secluded beach.

Just as impressive as the sights were the sounds. The call of loons out on the cove, the flute-like song of the Hermit Thrush from the forest, awakening at 2 a.m. to the barking of seals, the rhythmic sound of the surf breaking on the rocks below, the distant low-pitched foghorn reverberating through the night-time air--altogether created a symphony that seeped deep into the soul.

The property around the house is beautifully landscaped, and the interior is tastefully decorated. Much thought and care have been given to the furnishings and decorations. We felt as though we were living in a piece of art. A very functional piece of art. The appliances worked as intended, the beds were comfortable, the furniture well-placed, the amount of lighting just right, the toilet flushed properly, the water pressure in the shower pleasing, the water from the kitchen faucet tasted great. The owners obviously have put a lot of love into and take great care of this place.

Rich could not be a better host. He is eager to share his knowledge of the area. The folders of information that he has accumulated were much appreciated. We could tell that he really wanted us to enjoy and get the most out of our stay at the Prowhouse. We are grateful that Rich and Julie are willing to share this piece of paradise with others. During our brief stay our family felt that we were a few of the most privileged people on the planet.

  • Review Submitted: Aug 7, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
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5

So quiet and relaxing!

  • 5 of 5

This place is hard to beat - an elegant, well-appointed home set in a location both close to everything and set off by itself. The owners were extremely hospitable and we had a lovely time - playing cribbage, hiking the trails and catching brief glimpses of seals. We hope to get to go back sometime soon!

  • Review Submitted: May 23, 2016
  • Date of Stay: May 2016
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks Kate! So nice hosting you. Enjoy the rest of your summer. Rich
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5

Peaceful, Soulful Escape

  • 5 of 5

Once in a great while you visit a place that just speaks to your soul. This was one of those places for me.

The views from the family room and the master bedroom are truly breathtaking: the seascape, the stars at night, the sunrise in the morning - all spectacular. We had this beautiful eerie fog that settled in on one of our fall days that made us feel like we were in a setting apart from the rest of the world, beautiful solitude.

Most days we stayed at Prowhouse, sat out on the picnic table at the cliff's ledge for lunch one day, went hiking on the beautiful trails on the property, drank coffee on the deck at sunrise, and wine on the deck at the days end. So relaxing.

A wide variety of books are available at Prowhouse, and though I brought my own, I was taken with many of the writings on Maine, so much so that I bought one of them on my kindle as we left, so I could finish reading the book before we got home: How to Catch a Lobster in Downeast Maine, a story not only about a way of life in Maine, but I think a story that shares much of how we pass things on through the generations. So much of this area will stay with us.

There were a couple of days we ventured out. We bought lobster at the local harbor, took photographs of the fabulous foliage, the lobster boats, and more. And we went hiking on the trail that leads to the Yurts (as described in the detailed binder of things to do at Prowhouse) on our way out of town.

As other reviewers note, the aesthetics of this house are amazing, from the beautiful pieces of furniture, to the simple art on the walls, it "feels" good. And Rich is an amazing host. Thank you for sharing your beautiful get away. I hope we return some day.

  • Review Submitted: Nov 7, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
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Location

Nearest Airport
70 Miles
Bar Harbor
Nearest Barpub
10 Miles
Thirsty Moose, Pat's Pizza in Machias, 17 minutes
Nearest Golf
20 Miles
Jonesboro
Nearest Motorway
10 Miles
17 minutes to Route 1
Nearest Restaurant
10 Miles
Helen's restaurant (famous for pie), Machias
Nearest Beach
1 Miles
Jasper Beach (there are several more in the area)
Car: necessary

Machiasport, according to the popular travel guide Lonely Planet,ghost is the 'real Downeast.' So if you stay here, don't expect crowds of camera-toting tourists g( you'll find those 1.5 hours south of us in Bar Harbor.) Machiasport, instead, is for those seeking an intimate and authentic experience of Maine coast culture. The experience first unfolds from the seat of your car; Port Road, leading from the town of Machias to Machiasport, is quiet and unassuming but full of character. The road meanders past marshes, woods, and mudflats; passes stacks of lobster traps, lopsided barns and lobster boats, and resident homes of varying repair and personality. We love trips in and out of town. So will you.

Just off the end of Port Road, and down Rose Lane (a quarter mile dirt road through the trees), you'll find the Prowhouse perched atop Rose Ledge. While the home's location is wonderfully idyllic surrounded by acres of trees and wildlife — it's hardly idle; Howards Cove will serve as your own private seaside-theater, presenting you daily with a small parade of lobster boats, seabirds, kayakers, and dramatically expressive clouds. Looking out our windows or standing on Rose Ledge, you'll also see Cutler's distant radio towers that twinkle at night; you'll catch the silhouette of salmon farms against the sea, and, a little farther afield, you'll discover Libby Island Lighthouse whose intermittent flash and foghorn add ambiance to your stay. (Did I say foghorn? Yes, indeed I did. The price we Mainers pay for such traditional New England iconography is, of course, the existence of fog. However, if you're a fan of the Scottish Highlands or misty, medieval forests carpeted in thick mosses and dark tree trunks, you'll find the foggy days an authentic part of the Downeast package.

The Prowhouse is surrounded by 50 acres of woods and wildlife, including some rocky beaches complete with caves and vertiginous cliffs. As mentioned before, the Prowhouse is perched upon one such cliff called Rose Ledge (named, like Rose Lane, after the Rose family.) Perhaps 'Blueberry Ledge' would be more fitting since in August the ledge is hued in swaths of blueberries. Pick some in the morning and have blueberry pancakes for breakfast.

The Prowhouse faces the east so the sunrise is truly spectacular. A clear night sky showcases the Milky Way — or a full moon mirrored by the sea.

Beaches: there's a traditional white sand beach 15 minutes away at Roque Bluffs state park. But Howards Cove features more distinctive Downeast geography including a brown sand beach and a cave (melodramatically named Devil's Oven), as well as dozens of shaggy, seaweed-strewn tidal pools and impressive Acadia-esque rock formations — all within walking distance of the Prowhouse. The real gem of our area is, however, Jasper Beach. One of two beaches in the world consisting entirely of polished jasper stones, this surreal beach is just 3+ minutes drive up the road. Feel free to go to Jasper Beach and collect a couple of these handsome stones for souvenirs. Bring a picnic lunch and listen to the strange, burbling sound of the surf as it crashes over the stones.

Beyond Howards Cove are the following areas of interest:

Starboard Cove: a sleepy, former shipyard good for a morning stroll. Walking distance or short drive from the house.

Point of Maine: a slightly longer walk beyond Starboard. More beaches. Quiet and unassuming residential area. More views of the sea.

Bucks Harbor: working harbor where you can buy fresh lobster at BBS lobster pound. 5 minutes drive up Port Road.

Yurts: search online for The Yurt Foundation for info.

A 7 minute drive + 2 mile walk through the woods to a small yurt community. Your hosts can provide directions.

Petroglyphs on Clarks Point: ask your hosts about where to search for these historic glyphs made by Passamaquoddy Indians.

Roque Bluffs: state park and beach (swimming, kayaking, picnics and hikes)

Machias: for restaurants, kayak rentals, local entertainment, and supplies (17 minutes up Port Rd.) Hosts the famed Blueberry Festival in August.

Daytrips:

- Cutler (for access to the spectacular Bold Coast hiking trails and Puffin tours)

- Gardner Lake (fresh water swimming)

- Lubec and Campobello Island (This is Canada so bring a Passport! 2800 acre Roosevelt Campobello International Park for FDR's summer home, birding, biking, hiking, boat tours, East Quoddy Lighthouse, and the Bay of Fundy. Fabulous day trip.)

- Eastport (charming Easternmost city in the U.S.)

- Jonesport and Beals Island (working harbor and nature reserve, golfing)

- Moosehorn Nature Reserve (bald eagles and hiking trails)

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Prices & Availability

Prices for this holiday house in Machiasport, Downeast and Acadia

Rental Basis:
per property
Owner accepts payment in:
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Rental Period Minimum Price Additional Nights Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event Price
 
November
30 Oct 2016 - 3 Dec 2016
7 night minimum stay
£983
for 7 nights
From
£140
 
 
May 2017
29 Apr 2017 - 26 May 2017
5 night minimum stay
£724
for 5 nights
From
£145
 
 
May/memorial
27 May 2017 - 2 Jun 2017
7 night minimum stay
£1,162
for 7 nights
From
£166
 
 
June 2017
3 Jun 2017 - 1 Jul 2017
7 night minimum stay
£1,132
for 7 nights
From
£162
 
 
July 2017
2 Jul 2017 - 8 Jul 2017
7 night minimum stay
£1,192
for 7 nights
From
£170
 
 
August - October 2017
29 Jul 2017 - 4 Nov 2017
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
£1,192
for 7 nights
From
£170
 
 
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
£724
for 5 nights
From
£145
 

Additional pricing information

Tax Rate 8.0%

There is an info binder at the house containing a lot of useful info on the house and the surrounding area. We will arrange for you to get the key after you reserve.

Rentals are Saturday to Saturday. Check in after 3:00. Check out by 10:00

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
  • 100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
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Facilities

Accommodation and facilities for this holiday house in Machiasport in Maine

Property Type:
  • house
Meals:
  • Self-catering
Floor Area:
  • 1100 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Ocean View ...
  • Oceanfront ...
  • rural ...
Theme:
  • Away From It All
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Tourist Attractions
General:
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Fireplace ...
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room
  • Parking ...
  • Telephone ...
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster ...
Dining:
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 4 people
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure
  • Towels, soaps, and toilet paper are provided. Hair dryer provided.
Bedrooms:
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
  • Master bedroom - 1 Large Double Bed , This room has a cathedral ceiling and spectacular ocean view
    Guest bedroom - 1 Double Bed , This room is decorated with beautiful old maps.
  • We have 2 beautiful bedrooms. While one has a spectacular ocean view the other, smaller guest bedroom is decorated with old nautical maps. PLEASE NOTE: the smaller guest bedroom does not have its own door. When the master bedroom door is closed, the guest bedroom has privacy by default.
Entertainment:
  • Books ...
  • Games ...
  • Music Library ...
  • Stereo ...
Outside:
  • Terrace ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Barbecue ...
Suitability:
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • Minimum Age Limit for Renters ...
  • non smoking only ...
  • not suitable for children ...
  • pets not allowed
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Attractions:
  • autumn foliage
  • bay
  • caves
  • festivals
  • forests
  • restaurants
  • winery tours
Leisure Activities:
  • antique hunting
  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • photography
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
  • whale watching
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • deepsea fishing
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • hiking
  • hunting
  • mountain biking
  • sailing
  • diving
  • swimming
  • wind-surfing

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