Italian Style Villa on Maine Coast
Lots of privacy. The kitchen is complete and compact with all amenities. The 3 bedrooms are completely separate, each with its own bathroom.
There is also a sunroom for eating, relaxing and reading, a laundry room, LR, DR that seats 8, hi speed internet, DishNet TV, exercise bike and 1.5 acres. We also have an outdoor gas grill.
Kayak out our back door at high tide! 5 minutes from the best sailing in the world on Eggemogin Reach, hike in Acadia National Park. Relax....
$1600/week in summer. Inquire about discounted rates.
|Jun 16 2016||Jul 16 2016||-||-||$1,600||-||1 Week|
|: 4 p.m. : 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7.5|
|Deposits: 50% on reserving; balance due three weeks prior to move-in. Contact the owner about cancellation policy. Please inquire about winter or year-round rental.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: $150 cleaning and garbage removal. 7.0% Maine tax; $300 refundable security/dog deposit|
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Brooklin, Maine
Perfect place for traditional Maine vacation!!!!!!
August 9, 2011
This house is a unique gem to spend a week in. We loved how much space we had. Honestly, there were 5 adults and 2 children and we were never in each others' way. It was the perfect place for us to be together as a family and then also be apart doing our own thing. The house is in a quaint little town that is very close to several other quaint towns perfect for shopping, dining and relaxing. It was also the most well-stocked house I have ever rented. They have everything you need to cook a full lobster dinner or BBQ or even do some baking. It was only about an hour and 15min from Bar Harbor and Acadia. We had an awesome week--we went whale watching and shopping in Bar Harbor. In Trenton, my husband and son took a sight seeing flight of the town that was amazing and not that expensive. In Acadia National Park, we went on a carriage ride and had lunch at Jordan Pond House. Make reservations in advance. We loved the restaurant The Lookout in Brooklin. They did a special lobster dinner for us our last night in Maine even though it wasn't on the menu that night. Our first night, we ate at 66 restaurant in Blue Hill, which was excellent. We also enjoyed the LL Bean outlet which was on the way to Acadia. Ellsworth was a nice shopping area as was Blue Hill. The kids also loved the marine life museum in Blue Hill. I don't remember the name of it-across from book store. I would also tell guests to shop early because most places close at 4 or 5. Everyone must go to Nervous Nellies in Brooklin. They have amazing jellies and Maine ceramics and crafts. The main attraction is that a local artist has set up a magnificent almost living art gallery that is so unusually wonderful it defies words. I cannot say enough good things about this beautiful rental property and cute little area of Maine. It had everything we needed and wanted. Rent this house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! >