Molasses Pond Cry of the Loon Cottage #1

Enjoy the Views!
Enjoy the Views!Cottage #1, sits right at the water\'s edge.KitchenDining AreaLiving Room with WoodstoveOther side of living roomMaster BedroomBedroom #2View from drivewayView from Deck
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2 Reviews
Macomber Mill Rd, Eastbrook, ME 04634



Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 5
Per week $625 - $700
Per month $2,000 - $2,500
Type: Cottage
Description of the Eastbrook vacation cottage rental
Cottage #1 sits right at the edge of the pond on two sides. Sit on the deck and enjoy the views across the pond looking toward Sugar and Sparrow Hills or take a relaxing nap in the master bedroom listening to the ripple of the waves as they come to shore just outside the window. Enjoy all modern amenities during your stay including two private bedrooms and a full bathroom fully stocked with linens. Cottage #1 also includes a woodstove if by chance there is a rainy day and you choose to stay at the cottage to play games or watch movies. Easy to use full kitchen with exceptional views across the lake make meal preparation so much easier and relaxing. There is also a grill for outdoor cooking. There is great swimming right out the front door with easy access for adults and children. Enjoy your stay at Cry of the Loon!

Meghan Cunningham

Area Information
Molasses Pond is located 30 minutes north of Ellsworth in the small town of Eastbrook. The pond is 1252 acres and is known for its salmon and brown trout fishing. It has been recently illegally stocked with smallmouth bass, and there is currently no size or bag limit on them. Come catch them all. There are some big ones too! There are also brook trout, white perch, and of course sunfish! There are thousands of acres of woodland that surrounds the lake, some of which is the Lyle Frost Wildlife Management Area which is open to roam around on and there are also thousands of other acres currrently open for anyone to use as well. There is access to miles of snowmobile and ATV trails, as well as land to find blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries or to go out in search of wildlife in the area that includes deer, moose, bear, grouse, turkey, etc. It is only an hour drive to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park and also an hour drive to the Schoodic Section of the park.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 25 2016 Sep 10 2016 - - $700 $2,500 1 Week
Sep 10 2016 Oct 09 2016 - - $625 $2,000 1 Week
May 21 2017 Jun 25 2017 - - $625 $2,000 1 Week
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 8%
Deposits: $300.00 deposit required at time of reservation. Balance due three weeks prior to stay.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa


Reviews for this vacation cottage rental in Eastbrook, Maine

Dan Netto

Dan Netto

United States

Non responsive owner

May 16, 2014

Signed agreement, but never heard from owner again. We didn't know ow if it was reserved or not which makes it difficult to plan a vacation

Scott Clark

Scott Clark

Princeton, MA

Surprisingly disappointed...

October 4, 2012

This year has been the 6th time my wife and I stayed at the Cry of the loon Cottages within the last 9 years. We usually alternate cottages each year. This year we were in cottage 1. We arrived on September 23rd. To our surprise, we noticed cigarette butts, beer bottle caps, and an occasional beer bottle scattered around the property, plus the ash tray full of cigarette butts on the picnic table. When we entered the cabin, we smelt cigarette smoke. In the past, we knew that smoking in the cabin was not allowed. My wife and I are not cigarette smokers, and don't like that odder. We also noticed the kitchen rug was dirty? When renting this cabin in the past, the indoor/outdoor rug was spotless. Our first though was we were not walking into the "clean" cabin we use to know. We have two dogs. The reason why we rent these cabins is because they are pet friendly. When entering the cabin, we noticed a white powder spread accost the threshold. We assumed a type of pest control. We were both annoyed with that not knowing if that could be harmful to our dogs? So, after removing to the best of my ability the pest control and spraying a bottle of air freshener around the cabin for a few days, we settled in. Things seemed to be back to normal... until I went to bring our first bag of trash to the outside containers, to find the previous occupants trash was still in the containers. We ended up bringing our trash to the dumpsters as recommended each day. With all the above mentioned "nuisances "aside, we ended up having a great week. How can you not sitting on the deck/dock with the view of the pond and the loons signing in the background.

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