|Tipo de imóvel||casa|
|Estadia Mínima||3 - 7 noites|
retiro sereno na costa rochosa lindo (mas convidativa) com vista para enseadas de maré, permite que a abundância de acesso para passeios de barco, natação, vadear, e brincar em poças de maré. A propriedade inclui uma casa principal (2 quartos, sala aberta plano de estar, sala de jantar, cozinha, banheiro com azulejos completo, e deck - com janelas do chão ao teto oferecendo cerca de 360 vista para o mar grau, e uma casa de hóspedes separada, com quarto completo e banho de azulejos, e os seus próprios pontos de vista de convés e de água. A propriedade está situada em uma entrada maré de água salgada com costa privada junto Watts e Cutler enseadas. A casa principal tem 2 quartos com clarabóias (com tons de bloqueio de luz) e janelas do chão ao teto com vista para a água; uma grande casa de banho, cozinha bem equipada, lareira sala, sentado e área de alimentação que se abrem para um deck - tudo rodeado por água. Apenas a alguns passos de distância, a um quarto (com banheiro) cottage teto da catedral tem uma vista sensacional de água, e portas de vidro para o seu próprio deck. Os dois principais e casas de hóspedes (alugados em conjunto) são apenas os pés da borda da água. Ambos oferecem linhas limpas, espaço, conforto e fácil de estar de férias fluindo. No final de uma rua tranquila, a propriedade inclui um grande, gramado levemente inclinada, afloramentos rochosos, as árvores maduras, e ambiente cuidada. Privado, ambiente tranquilo. Arejado e livre de alérgenos. Explorar o rio de caiaque ou canoa, nadar da costa, pegar frutas e pêssegos na temporada, se envolver em piscinas de maré, trilhar os caminhos George Rio das montanhas, assistir garças, águias, dos edredões, águia-pescadora, selos (ocasional), etc. Um refúgio beira-mar a uma curta distância dos famosos museus, galerias, cafés, livrarias, cinema, música e salas de espectáculos ao vivo, restaurantes de renome, pitorescas aldeias de pescadores, faróis, ilhas, e os mercados de agricultores. Restaurantes exclusivos oferecem uma variedade de cozinhas, incluindo japonesa, mediterrânica, orgânico, vegetariano, frutos do mar, etc. Perto de vários barracos de lagosta conceituados. Desfrute de Netflix, juntamente com Wi-Fi, livros, jogos. Amenidades incluem ar livre cadeiras de Adirondack, fogueira, caiaques, canoas, grelhador a carvão, panela de lagosta, mesa de piquenique. Simples, mobiliário elegante, e jantar (dentro e fora), com vista para a água. Ou chutar para trás (em uma rede sob as árvores) e fazer menos.
Mid-costa do Maine, com as suas vilas de pescadores tranquila e portos pitorescos é famoso entre artistas, escritores, observadores de aves, e os velejadores para a sua costa rochosa, belíssimas vistas para o mar, passeios maravilhosos (de Mt Batty em Camden a costa rochosa de Birch Point State Park), suas praias, lagoas, e ferries para as ilhas da baía de Penobscot Vinal Haven e Monhegan, Ile uma Haut, Ilsboro, e outros. Entusiastas do farol vai apreciar o Owls Head Light, Marshall Luz de Port Clyde, ea milha-longa cais caminhada até Quebra-mar Luz de Rockland. É divertido para passear Thomaston, Rockland, Rockport e Camden com as suas muitas galerias de arte, livrarias, lojas de antiguidades, cafés, restaurantes e música, filmes e locais de desempenho. O Museu do Transporte Owls Head nas proximidades dispõe de uma colecção única de aviões antigos e carros (buscar por eventos); o Museu Farnsworth é famosa por sua coleção Wyeth, artistas Maine 19o ao 20o-do século 21, e exibe deslumbrantes anuais que atraem a partir de outras coleções, bem como a sua própria. Para os turistas, os passeios puffin e insulares por escuna fora de Camden, os mercados de agricultores, campos de golfe, pesca, ciclismo, caminhadas e oportunidades, os cruzeiros farol e mar e rio de caiaque, e os extensos passeios de bicicleta, fazer deste um lugar atraente para trazer a família e amigos, ou entrar para um retiro tranquilo. Out-of-town pintores e escritores há muito tempo fez esta área famosa, e é fácil perceber porquê.
Kathryn and Joe have a beautiful house with all the amentities. The newly renovated (it looks like EVERYTHING is new) house is absolutely beautiful. There is no spot in the house where you can't look out and see water. The grounds are amazing - with plenty of lawn to play with our kids, complete with a hammock and outdoor lounge furniture.
There were 2 sea kayaks that were great fun to use, and the kids LOVED jumping and leaping all over the rocks and beautiful boulders that line the waterfront part of the property.
We could have stayed here another few weeks!!
This was our second time renting Riverwatch, and it was just as wonderful as the the first. First of all, the house is ideally located, tastefully decorated and perfectly configured for our family of four. It's on a beautiful spot along the St George River and is close to lovely beaches and the towns of Tenants Harbor and Rockland. While we've been vacationing in this area for years, we're always on the lookout for new discoveries. The beach on Clark Island was this year's favorite. For our family, one of the best aspects of this particular rental is the fact that the master bed and bath are in a separate cottage, just a few feet from the main house. It is very clear that the owners take good care of their property and continue to make updates and improvements. The new couch and outdoor chairs were a big plus, for example. Speaking of the owners, Kathryn is wonderful to deal with. She answers emails promptly, communicates thoroughly and seems genuinely concerned that her guests all have a wonderful time. We did and can't wait to return. Thank you Kathryn and Joe!
From the moment we arrived and looked out at the river and spectacular vistas we knew we’d come to a very special place – and it only got better! Glorious sunsets, interesting wildlife, shooting stars, great weather for 2 weeks (we were so fortunate!), perfect kayaking, expansive lawns, and beckoning shoreline that our 4-year old grandson had such fun exploring. We loved River Watch with its every amenity and such responsive owners. The worst part was saying the inevitable “good-bye,” only tempered by the hope that we would return.
When I first started researching a Maine vacation property to rent for a week I focused on traditional coastal cottages. What I found was that most of properties were, well--a bit too rustic for my tastes or the cost too high. When I came across River Watch it immediately caught my attention. Although it was a more modern cottage, it met all of our other wants and needs. I sent an email with a few questions to the owners, Kathryn and Joe, and it was promptly answered with warmth and friendliness. In fact, Kathryn was truly a pleasure to deal with throughout the entire rental process.
When we arrived at the cottage and opened the door to that incredible view--wow! It was heaven. Simply put, you have 180-degrees of peaceful water views. The deck with the Adirondack recliners as well as the chairs next to the water enabled us to enjoy six beautiful sunsets. The main cottage (and small guest house, which our college-age son used) had all the amenities imaginable; it was obvious that Kathryn and Joe put much thought into the needs and comfort of their renters. The den area (with that incredible view) had comfortable furniture, flat-screen TV, DVR, stereo system and a supply of DVD movies to peruse on rainy days (of which we had only one!) There was no cable/satellite TV, but there was high-speed internet and wifi and honestly, we did not miss watching TV shows one bit! The kitchen was fully stocked with everything you would need to cook dinner using the fresh ingredients you could buy at the local markets and farm stands. There was even a charcoal grill in the shed that we used twice. The large bathroom had a full supply of bath and beach towels and under the sink was sun block and mosquito repellant. The bathroom in the guesthouse was similarily supplied. There was a full-size washer and dryer in the garage, as well as laundry detergent, spot remover spray and dryer sheets. The living area with the fireplace at the front of the house was not used by us very much, since it was pleasantly warm while we were there. But I can imagine a toasty fire would be nice to sit around when there's more of a chill in the evening air. The bedrooms were of a decent size with small closets that easily held a week's worth of clothes. The property was fairly close to several charming villages and Rockland for any major supplies.
It was difficult to leave this beautiful place but we hope to come back someday!
Hint--take the ferry from Port Clyde to Monhegan Island.
What a lovely, perfect, peaceful place to recharge our batteries. River Watch is heavenly and Kathryn is an absolute pleasure in terms of making arrangements. The house is fully equipped with everything that's needed. The house is clean and light-filled, the indoors is as wonderful as the outdoors, so we were happy rain or shine.
My wife and 5 month old daughter and I spent a wonderful mid-June week at this property. We had the added benefit of absolutely spectacular weather all week, but it would have been a great trip even with foggy Maine weather.
When you first walk in the front door and see the view out the back it takes your breath away. The house is beautiful and well maintained. Plus nice touches like little fresh flower arrangements put out for the guests when you arrive. The layout out is well thought out and it has all the kitchen and bath basic items that you need to sustain yourself for a week.
We spent most of our week outside on their beautiful (and well kept) lawn, but if you were forced inside due to weather it is still an uber peaceful venue with giant picture windows looking out on the cove. 7 spectacular sunsets in a row for our trip.
This is not a place you want to go if you are looking to take frequent runs to more populous areas. It is relatively remote, but that's also what makes it great. Port Clyde is a great, albeit tiny, village with lots of beautiful properties to walk around and explore.
Dining-out options pretty much consist of lobster pounds and they all close at 7. So you either need to plan on cooking (which we did) or lots of 30 to 40 minute round trip drives to Rockland for meals.
At the house most of the day there is a stiff breeze off the water that keeps the mosquitoes from even being noticed. Once you hit 7:30ish they will find you if you stand in one place for too long, but it is much better than any locale where you are sheltered in the woods and thus would be eaten alive. Put it this way, I didn't put a lick of bug spray on all week and have only one or two bites to show for it.
We had our little one so boating was out of the question, but there are kaiaks and canoes and all the necessary accessories at the guest's disposal.
My only complaint (which it sounds like is going to be rectified soon) was that the skylights in the bedrooms in the main house don't have shades. And the drapes are not light blocking. So if you are accustomed to a dark bedroom you will either be moving to the refuge (no skylights) after a night or two of being woken up a 5 am with the morning light, or you should pack a sleep mask. Once we figured it out it did not impact our enjoyment of the trip.
Just a really quiet relaxing beautiful week and exactly what we were looking for. THANKS!
Hop uma balsa de Port Clyde (7 milhas de River Watch) a deslumbrante Ilha de Monhegan, um observador de pássaros do, artista, do caminhante e do paraíso do naturalista. Explorar outros Penobscot Bay Islands, incluindo Vinal Haven, North Haven, Matinicus, Isle au Haut, em balsas que saem de Rockland, Camden, e Northport. Tome farol, selo, e puffin ou baleia cruzeiros assistindo. Desfrutar de praias locais nas proximidades, incluindo Birch Point State Park em Thomaston, Crescent Beach em Owls Head, Camisa Tale ponto no Lago Megunticook em Camden. Visite galerias e museus no St. George Peninsula, e no continente, em Rockland, Rockport e Camden, incluindo o Museu Farnsworth, o Museu de Transportes (rara coleção de carros e aviões antigos), o Museu do Farol, o Centro de Visitantes Puffin, Montpelier House, Olson House, e outros. Muitos rios, frente para o mar, montanha e trilhas para caminhada, incluindo as Camden Hills conservação da terra e do rio Georges caminhos; de um motociclista (Rockland tem duas lojas de aluguel de bicicleta!)e velejador p
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês *||Pacote ou Evento|
jul 1 2017 - set 1 2017
Estadia mínima: 7 noite(s)
set 2 2017 - out 14 2017
Estadia mínima: 3 noite(s)
* Tarifa mensal aproximada. O valor real dependerá dos dias em que você de fato se hospedar no imóvel.