3 reviews

1 / 22 Cottage built in 1892 and completely renovated in 2013.



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Description from owner

Enjoy the beauty of DownEast Maine in this charming home overlooking Prospect Harbor. Built in the 1800's this home has all the feel of 'yesterday' yet has been completely renovated. Just steps from the village of Prospect Harbor and minutes from the spectacular Schoodic Peninsula. Within the boundaries of Acadia National Park, this beautiful three bedroom cottage has all the comforts of home.

Spend long leisurely days enjoying views of the harbor and listen to the sound of the running brook across the road. Watch eagles fly above along with other wildlife that call this area home. Take a bike ride or a walk, or drop your kayak in the water.

The home is in pristine condition with all top of the line furnishings, artwork, antiques, handmade quilts and luxury bedding. Cable TV, phone and Internet are available. All the amenities of home.

We do not update the calender, so please call for availability.


Beds: 1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed

About the area

In the heart of the quaint village of Prospect Harbor, where you will find a diner, lobster/fish market and library, surrounding this working lobster harbor town. The charming town of Corea is a bike ride away. The Acadia/Schoodic region is central to many activities. Enjoy hiking and biking trails, kayaking, and magnificent scenery; quaint villages, shops, studio galleries, restaurants, yacht club and ocean front golf course. Schoodic is a destination for artists around the world , hosting the world-reknowned Schoodic Arts Festival, International Sculpture Symposium, and Hammond Hall performing arts center. Catch a scenic ferry ride to Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor, Northwest Harbor or the Cranberry Isles to enjoy shopping and dining. Nearby Jones Pond is the perfect spot for swimming on a warm summer day. During the summer months, nearby towns host fairs and festivals, including the Machias Wild Blueberry Festival, Milbridge Days and Winter Harbor's Lobster Festival. Easily a day trip, you can drive north about an hour and cross the Canadian Border, visiting the historic Campobello.



  • High Speed Internet
  • Linen provided
  • Sea view


  • Clothes dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite TV
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Washing machine


  • Cycling Trips
  • Fishing
  • Water sports
  • Horse riding

Reviews (3)

Excellent – based on 3 reviews Excellent
3 reviews

“Family trip”

Reviewed 21 Aug 2016

Excellent location with comfortable amenities. We were able to cook and have great family vacation. Would recommend this to anyone.


Reviewed 2 Sep 2013

This charming historic home has been immaculately renovated, is bright and airy and exceeded our expectations. Views of high and low tide of the "bay" right across the street were refreshing. This area is stunning. We brought our bikes and were thrilled to cycle Schoodic Park again and again, as well as biking to nearby Corea, Birch Harbour and Winter Harbour. We did whale watching from Lubec and sighted both Minke and Finback Whales, on a boat for just our family of 6 (reasonable $) - ask at the restaurant on the wharf. Jones Pond was great swimming for the kids, but we also swam in the Atlantic at Schoodic and also at the beach on the way to Corea. If you like wild life, we were thrilled to see bald eagles regularly, a seal in Prospect Harbour, dolphins and porpoises (from Schoodic Point and whale watching), and lots of "treasures" in the tide pools, including a sea urchin. Fresh lobster and blueberries were amazing; the organic farm up the road was a real treat. Prospect Harbour is quiet and charming; cycling home to see the fishing boats and the lighthouse in the late afternoon sun, warmed my heart every time. This was an unforgettable holiday.

“Relax and Enjoy”

Reviewed 18 Aug 2013

Very nicely appointed house in excellent condition. Clean and comfortable. You can hear the ocean all night and watch the tides roll in and out. Nice little corner store for cheap lobsters or pizza for the kids. A nearby local restaurant bosted a "ribeye night" that knocked our socks off. Easy day trip to Bar Harbor for a tourist fix as well. Highly recommend to anyone looking to relax, hike and enjoy the Maine coast. Owners very responsive to requests of local knowledge and a pleasure to work with to set up for our needs.

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