Brookside On Boyden Lake
Hot and cold running water, heat. Completely equipped kitchen, bed and kitchen linens provided.
Morning sun on entry porch with spectacular sunsets visible from decks.
Kitchen, Dining room, cozy living room focused on original stone fireplace, charming build-ins, also in the living room. Two large decks on lakeside of cabin. Modern bathroom with shower.
Three sleeping areas upstairs.
Many original fixtures and furnishings in the cabin, with twig furniture and antiques.
Outdoor steps to lake side and dock.
Boyden Lake is a large seasonal lake with Brookside Cabin being on the quiet end of the lake. Good fishing-landlocked salmon, pickerel, small and large mouthed bass. Maine license required. Good swimming.
Boat landing at opposite end of lake, hand carry boat launch on premises.
Occupancy- five maximum
One well-behaved pet welcomed- call Owner to discuss.
Outdoor smoking only.
There are hiking paths, picnic areas and a playground all available to the public in Perry.
Local convenience stores and small food and gift co-operatives provide all food items necessary- so no long trips for groceries necessary. There is also a cheese and wine shop located in Perry, along with a cooking school.
|Jan 01 2014||Dec 31 2015||$125||$125||-||-||3 Nights|
|Jun 01 2014||Oct 15 2015||-||-||$700||-||1 Week|
|: 3 p.m. : 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7% state tax|
|Deposits: $100 security deposit required to hold reservation. Full payment due one month before rental start. If you cancel after payment, no refund will be made if we are unable to fill the dates.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: $100 security deposit returned one week after departure.|
Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Perry, Maine
Kittery Point ME
Novia Scotia Cottage
July 28, 2013
We stayed in Novia Scotia on the Umberland Straits in a cottage. It was very nice, quiet and it was a vacation with our dogs. The cottage was well equipped and comfortable. We did not have instructions for the TV though. But we were there for the hiking trails, and the beach. The sunsets from the cottage deck were beautiful, the beach was quiet and great for our dogs. All in all, we will be back. If you got to this area, remember you will have to travel! There is alot of space.
August 30, 2012
The cabin itself is rustic and quaint. The care taker however lives in a building about 30ft away from this cabin and this is not mentioned in the add and conveniently hiddden from the pictures. Everytime you step out the front door you see him in the driveway. This is a 2 bedroom house not 3 bedroom, and the 2 bedrooms are separated by a wooden divider about 7ft high. The wall does not even go all the way to the ceiling. The dock is very nice to have and the lake is fairly quiet, but the water at the end of the dock is about 18" deep, not ideal for swimming. You can walk out 100 yards in the mud before its up to your head.. The cabin is alright but not particularly private, and the dock is not well suited for swimming. Just be aware of this before you rent the cabin. p.s. fireplace was not usable in the summer, not that it was cold but would have been nice at night
Susan Stoll Gardner
St. Augustine, FL
February 12, 2012
Being newly married, I wanted to surprise my husband with a charming retreat that had all the modern amenities plus adventure. We found this and so much more. Breathtaking sunsets, pristine swimming, complete privacy and memories to last a lifetime. With Eastport and Canada so close by you can be as busy as you choose or sit back on the deck eating lobster watching the bald eagles all evening. We hope to return soon. If you are lucky enough to visit only tell the people you cherish the most. This is a very special destination!
love the antique cabin charm!
September 23, 2011
We were guests at an evening party in this wonderful historic log cabin. The details and built-in fixtures most reminded me of lodges I've visited in the Adirondacks. The large lakeside decks are perfect for outdoor living, and the main sitting room, focused on the original stone fireplace, kept us together and talking well into the evening. Even though I live in Perry myself, I wouldn't hesitate to stay in Brookside. We know the owner and resident caretaker, and think they are most hospitable as well, adding a lot in interest and local color (the caretaker) to a visiting experience. The convenience of running water, plumbing, and up-to-date kitchen area would make a visit so easy. Plus! Boyden Lake is easily accessible via a staircase and dock right off the deck.