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Edenhart Family Orchard Barnhouse

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7 guests5 beds1 bath
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You’ll have the barn to yourself.
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Edenhart Orchard is a splendid 1850s historic barn repurposed as a rustic summer guest house in the 1960s. Family owned and situated on a 1700s homestead, you can pick heritage apples in a 100% organic orchard, enjoy our fields & forest, pick wild blueberries, and sight deer & wild turkey. Lots to do around Cherryfield: hike the Sunrise Trail, shop for antiques, take a short drive to lake or coast for swiming/boating/fishing. Only one hour to Acadia NP. A great base for exploring Downeast Maine!

The space
If you enjoy the appeal of rusticity, know that you will be staying in a 1800s barn. It is quite comfortable, but this does mean there is no heating/AC and you may have the occasional moth or mosquito encounter. However, if you didn't like the outdoors and nature, you wouldn't have come to Downeast Maine!

Guest access
Guests enter private driveway. There is ample parking in the driveway. Barn is clearly visible down the hill from the main house. Washer/dryer located in the family garage and access will be permitted on request. Fields and forest open for exploring!

Other things to note
Feel free to bring your camera, hiking shoes, bikes, canoes and kayaks! Pick up your fishing license in the town office and check out our local lakes. Explore Cherryfield's walkable historic district and photograph the vistas of the rocky shoreline in McClellan Park (9 miles away). Hike or bike along the Narraguagus River (0.25 mile away). Canoe, kayak and swim in Tunk Lake, Long Pond, or Spring River Lake (6-8 miles away). Book a boat tour from the Milbridge Town Dock (7 miles away). Take a chance to cook your own fresh lobsters and clams or bake a blueberry pie. Not a cook? We'll advise you where to find the best lobster roll!
Edenhart Orchard is a splendid 1850s historic barn repurposed as a rustic summer guest house in the 1960s. Family owned and situated on a 1700s homestead, you can pick heritage apples in a 100% organic orchard, enjoy our fields & forest, pick wild blueberries, and sight deer & wild turkey. Lots to do around Cherryfield: hike the Sunrise Trail, shop for antiques, take a short drive to lake or coast for swiming/boating…

Sleeping arrangements

Common spaces
2 double beds, 3 single beds

Amenities

Private entrance
Fire extinguisher
Smoke alarm
Wifi
Iron
Hair dryer
Free parking on premises
Essentials
Hangers
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Cherryfield, Maine, United States

Cherryfield, located on the estuarial Narraguagus River, encompasses the spirit of rural, coastal Maine. The array of quaint historic homes, churches and public buildings dating from the late 1700s through the Victorian era reflect its successful commercial past as a mill town. Our town names itself the wild blueberry capital of the world and rightly so, as it lies next to some of the largest blueberry barrens in the United States.
Cherryfield, located on the estuarial Narraguagus River, encompasses the spirit of rural, coastal Maine. The array of quaint historic homes, churches and public buildings dating from the late 1700s through the…

Hosted by Philippa

Joined in December 2018
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During your stay
A member of the family will welcome you and provide you with an orientation.
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    Things to know

    House rules
    Check-in: After 3:00 PM
    Checkout: 11:00 AM
    No smoking
    No pets
    Safety & Property
    No carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm
    Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $100