The Gulls is located on a quiet salt water cove just north of Boothbay Harbor. Bring your boat or kayak to enjoy the Boothbay Region even more. You are just a short distance from the Oven's Mouth Preserve (one of our Land Trust properties)by water or land. Mosey on down to Indiantown Island (another Land Trust property only available by boat) or a little further through Townsend Gut and into Boothbay Harbor. Lots of beautiful scenery, islands, boats and birds to enjoy along the way. Back River to the Sheepscot provides some of the most beautiful scenery in our area. The Trevett Country Store is just a short drive and has one of the best Lobster Rolls in the area. The Barter's Island Swing Bridge is one of the few remaining hand operated bridges in the State of Maine. The Maine Botanical Gardens are within a mile of this cottage as well. A not to be missed attraction. Take in the breathtaking sunset views from the open air deck that this cottage boasts. Your cottage is privately situated yet only a short drive to town and all its activities. Let this bright and cheery cottage provide you with the much needed vacation you deserve.
|Nearest Airport||Portland, ME - Portland Jetport||58 miles|
|Nearest Beach||Boothbay, ME - Linekin Bay||0.5 miles|
|Nearest Bus||Portland, ME - Geyhound Bus Station||59 miles|
|Nearest Ferry||Boothbay, ME - Squirrel Island Ferry||4 miles|
|Nearest Train||Portland, ME - Amtrak Station||59 miles|
Boothbay Harbor (in town)
Is where the action is. Have everything at your fingertips: restaurants, shops, galleries, concerts, boating and fishing. The town bustles with activity during July and August as if it were in the midst of a perpetual festival. Earlier and later in the season the atmosphere is peaceful and casual. Walk along the wharves and watch fishing and pleasure boats going about their business, as they have for generations. Stroll along the brick sidewalks and enjoy the interesting shops and lovely homes rise up the hills around the harbor.
Boothbay Harbor - East Side and Lobster Cove:
Just across the footbridge from down town the east side of Boothbay Harbor has the most of the town's hotels and restaurants. You can dine in elegant surroundings with excellent services and beautiful views of the Harbor or eat your lobsters right on the dock and watch the boats load their catches. The famous catholic church, our Lady Queen of Peace, (probably the most photographed spot in the area) overlooks the Harbor form the hill. Across from the church is the fisherman's Memorial Park. Over the hill behind the church the land drops away to Lobster Cove on the west side of Linekin Bay.
With charm and feel of another era, is a special place. Travel the winding roads among the tall spruces and absorb the quiet community of log cabins built long ago. Close to town yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle.
Located at the mouth of the Harbor on its east side. This area houses Spruce Point Inn, and from most of the private homes locates in Spruce Point you have spectacular Ocean or Harbor views. Burnt Island Light House is visible from the area of town.
West Boothbay Habor:
Includes West Harbor Pond and the land between the pond and Townsend Gut. This large freshwater pond is separated from the salt waters of Boothbay Harbor only by a causeway. Many homes surround the pond, a tranquil setting, close to town.
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