Waterfront cottage on quiet Graham lake in the middle of our small working farm. Great spot for quiet relaxation, fishing or kayaking. 2 canoes on the property. Good central location for visiting Bangor, Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park and Downeast Sunrise ATV Trail. Private setting. Wifi available at the farmhouse.
“There is no words to describe how amazing my trip was.The Cottage is much better than you can see on the pictures. Debi and John are so nice, and fast response . The Cottage has a lot of appliances, you don't need to bring a lot of things . Just your food and personal items. The lake is amazing and the 2 canoes gave us a lot of funny time . My family and I, we are so in love , we are planning go back soon . I Really recommend :)”
Enjoy your tiny home in the trees! Although only 350 square feet, this home has everything you need for a delightful stay. Cook dinner in a full kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, and coffeemaker. You have dinnerware, silverware, water and wine glasses, cookware, and all the essential kitchen accessories. Both the loft and the attached sleeping pod are furnished with queen beds. Enjoy your deck with a grill and a view of the trout pond, and your private hottub.
“Amazing! We absolutely loved our stay in the Canopy treehouse :) There was plenty of space and we were very impressed by the home and the decor. They have everything you need for a relaxing and fun getaway. We spent our days BBQing (they have an electric grill and you can also set up a grill in the woodfire downstairs) and canoeing and fishing at the lake. We spent our nights watching Netflix on the projector, making smores, and hanging out in the hot tub. It was very fun, comfortable, and beautiful! The host is also super easy going, kind, and answers all messages right away. Will def book this place again in the future.”
Beautiful hand built cabin, overlooking Cotton Pond. Ten minutes from Camden, the sailing mecca of the east coast. Solar lights, (we are off the grid) gravity fed kitchen water, gas-hot water outdoor shower, outhouse overlooking the forest. Hiking trails everywhere! Swimming across the road on Hobbs Pond. If you book in November, there is a possibility that if it gets cold, you will not have a hot outdoor shower and will use water from a 5 gallon ceramic container for drinking and cooking.
“This place was really, really lovely. My boyfriend and i felt like we were sleeping in a magical little treehouse ... we were very grateful to have use of the canoe, the grill, wood burning stove, hammock, hiking trails and more! Also, we really appreciated the well tended space - from the boquets of wildflowers to the soft bedding and organic coffee placed in the grinder for us for the morning! And, while this place isnt too far off the beaten path, it really is nestled away and very peaceful. We would recommend!”