Pack your bags and leave your cares behind while you relax on your own oceanfront deck. All the boating activity is right in front of your eyes, everything from multi-million dollar yachts to working lobster boats. Walk onto your own dock and float to buy your lobsters right from the lobsterman as he pulls his traps. The three walls of windows in the dining room give you the sense of being on the water. Comfortable furnishings, wood burning fieldstone fireplace and open floor plan go into making this your vacation spot. One bedroom (Queen) and bath on the first floor; Master bedroom(King Bed)and bath on the second; Den sleeps two with a futon. Wi-Fi now available!
|Nearest Airport||Portland, ME - Portland Jetport||35 miles|
|Nearest Bus||Portland, ME - Geyhound Bus Station||36 miles|
|Nearest Train||Portland, ME - Amtrak Station||36 miles|
Was first visited by European fishermen in the 1600's and it was the site of one of the earliest permanent settlements in the area. in the 1800's popular resort hotels were built here. The island is accessible from the mainland by the swing bridge over the Townsend Gut or by boat. The west side of the island faces the Sheepscot River, where it flows into the sea, and has several distinctive communities: Dogfish Head, Cozy Harbor, and Newagen. At Hendricks Head there is a beach for town residents and their guests (including you); it's sandy and sheltered, with a view out to the ocean and of the neighboring lighthouse. The east side of the island faces Boothbay Harbor and has views across the islands, both up the harbor and out to sea.
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