|Per night||$300 - $350|
|Per week||$2,100 - $2,950|
Built on Treasure Island, Sorrento, connected to the Mainland by a causeway, the Eyrie sits on a 4.5-acre lot 100 ft above the ocean, affording the residents simply spectacular views from its two decks, screened porch, living, dining, and bedrooms. This special house built by architect Jeremiah Eck and project architect Trishia Boge, includes beautiful bamboo floors and a tatami room, which add an oriental touch and the owners thank you for taking off your shoes. The kitchen is furnished w/ granite and high end appliances.
Live with your head in the clouds and the ocean at your feet as you relax in a beautiful 3200 square foot waterfront home! Three bedrooms comfortably sleep 7 adults and (preferably) older children. Bring your bathing suit, hiking shoes to explore the natural surroundings and beach, sports equipment, those DVD’s you’ve been waiting to see.
The house sits on a cliff 100 feet high, so younger children would need to be watched more closely.
Fly into Manchester, NH and drive 5 hours north or closer options are to fly into Bangor or Bar Harbor, ME drive 1 hour east from Bangor or 20 minutes from Bar Harbor. A car is necessary during your stay.
Sleeping arrangements in 3 bedrooms sleep 7 people:
BR # 1: Queen bed
BR # 2: 1 Double futon bed
BR # 3: One Trundle (sleeps 2) + One Single (twin) bed
Treasure Island, Sorrento is surrounded by the Acadia National Park and is only 15 minutes from Ellsworth, where you will find an excellent library, live theater, great shopping, miniature golf, restaurants and cinemas. In case of need, first rate medical care is also available. Golf, tennis and sailing are also available by contacting Sorrento’s Village Improvement Association (VIA) and paying a small contribution (see link below for further information).
There are a few nice restaurants within driving distance. Small supermarkets are within 3 – 4 miles, and larger shopping excursions can be done in Ellsworth about 14 miles away. During the summer, farmers markets open up in surrounding towns.
|Apr 24 2014||Jul 03 2014||-||-||$2,850||$11,000||-|
|Jul 03 2014||Sep 05 2014||-||-||$2,950||$11,400||-|
|Sep 05 2014||Oct 30 2014||-||-||$2,850||$11,000||-|
|Nov 01 2014||Nov 28 2014||$300||$350||$2,100||$8,000||-|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7%|
|Deposits: 50% Rental Amount when reserving. Balance plus $1000 security deposit two weeks prior to date of arrival.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: $100/week for cleaning|
Beautiful Island Retreat
Review Submitted: December 26, 2007 Date of Stay: July 2007
This is certainly a beautiful home with breathtaking views. Every morning, we enjoyed our coffee on the deck overlooking the bay. It was a treat to watch the osprey diving for their breakfast in the waters below. Gorgeous location! And the house itself has many interesting architectural elements. Clean, functional and stunning! And the owners and caretaker were all very gracious and informative. This is rugged Maine as seen from a luxurious hilltop platform. The location is quite remote. However, it did give us quicker access to the Schoodic Peninsula, which is a beautiful section of Acadia that is probably often overlooked. This location seems ideal for those who are looking for a restful retreat. Those looking to get away from it all will appreciate this quiet commune with nature. We had 3 teenagers with us who probably would have appreciated being a little closer to the bustle of Bar Harbor. The idea of staying on an island intrigued me and I was looking forward to getting out and exploring it. Not a good location for people with disabilities, the very young or the very old. Our teenagers (actually the adults too) would also have liked a bigger television. A couple of nights we chose to stay home after dinner and watch a little TV. Unfortunately, the only TV is maybe 16" and gets about 4 channels. There was a DVD player, bring your own movies, I'm not sure where you would rent any. Overall, this was a beautiful and interesting location and home. A wonderful experience for those looking to enjoy the rugged natural beauty of Maine.
Extraordinary home w/ spectacular views & setting
day tripper USA
Review Submitted: April 1, 2009 Date of Stay: September 2008
This home has everything. Views that will take your breath away. Secluded private setting, yet just minutes from the Ellsworth (shopping) and a short distance to Acadia National Park (there is a ferry that is even faster than driving and quite fun!). Excellent dining in the area. Sorrento is a small village with a wonderful harbor. A great place to stroll or bike. This rental has fabulous upscale amenities. An association dock, great beach, chef's kitchen, granite, luxurious baths, bamboo floors, tile foyer, lovely asian accents and wonderful furnishings. An ocean view from every room! We can't wait to come to Maine again and the little piece of paradise they call Treasure Island and the magical seacoast village of Sorrento. Morning coffee on the deck is a great way to plan your day in Maine! I would not recommend this property for families with young children. Very clean and well-maintained. I would highly recommend this property to my friends and family!