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Deer Meadow is a sweet, rustic camp, made even cozier by its fieldstone fireplace, wooden walls and floors, and beamed ceilings. Inside it is quite roomy, with open plan and gabled ceilings adding to the spacious feel.
Multiple acre 3 BR oceanfront contemporary on prestigious Indian Point Road. Privately situated with stunning views and grounds, including private beach area.
MAINE'S 10 PRETTIEST VILLAGES! Stonington, Castine, and Blue Hill were all featured in the September 2012 issue of Downeast Magazine as three of the top ten prettiest villages in Maine. Still not convinced? Come and see for yourself! Book your Maine summer vacation today!
"The minute you hit Stonington, you enter the magical world of an authentic Downeast village. While great for tourists, it's still a working fishing village with a Main Street that makes you feel like you've stepped into a Norman Rockwell painting." *
"From the gorgeous elm trees that line the streets to the amazing harbor, Castine is a sight to behold. But it's the friendly townsfolk, willing to lend a hand, and eager to preserve our little piece of history, that makes the village special." *
"I've been visiting Blue Hill since my kids were little, and we keep coming back. Sometimes the weeks we spend are cold and rainy, but it doesn't matter. We never remember the waether. We come back because it always feels warm and is a part of us now. And who doesn't love the Blue Hill Fair?" *
Offering over 230 Maine coastal vacation cottages from affordable to premier in the Downeast Maine region, including Deer Isle, Stonington, Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, and many neighboring communities. Whether oceanfront or oceanview, we help you find a quality Maine vacation home rental for your stay.
Experience one of Maine's most beautiful regions, the Blue Hill Peninsula, or adjacent Acadia National Park / Bar Harbor region in a authentic Maine cabin rental. Email us at RentalsMaine@gmail.com to book your perfect Maine coast vacation beach rental.
*Quotes from Downeast Magazine, Sept. 2012 issue