Cottage
4.67

'Blueberry Cottage' on Scenic Back River Cove

WaldoboroMEUS
Sleeps 52 BR1 BA

Description

*Note there is another cottage rental (Raspberry) 50 yards away that shares a rowboat*

Surround yourself with the sweet smell of wildflowers as you stay at 'Blueberry Cottage,' a 2-bed, 1-bath vacation rental home that sleeps 5 in Waldoboro. Nestled in a meadow, this spot is perfect for those looking for rest, relaxation, and a bit of fresh air. Spend your days on Back River Cove or enjoy it all from the cozy abode. This cottage will soon be the main reason why you love Maine!

Amenities

  • Pets Allowed
  • Wireless Internet (WIFI)
  • Deck
  • Free Parking
  • Waterfront
  • Near Ocean
  • Central Heating
  • Kitchen

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Location Details

'Blueberry Cottage' is an ideal retreat to experience the great outdoors. Pick blueberries from the meadow in late July, bring the mountain bike along to ride the trails, or head out to Back River Cove to cruise the water by canoe or kayak.

Midcoast Maine boasts beaches, boutiques, galleries, music and plenty of places to eat! Spend the day sunbathing at Pemaquid Beach (Bristol), Drift Inn Beach or Birch Point Beach (toward Port Clyde) or nearby Martins Point Beach in Friendship before diving into some delectable Maine cuisine! Be sure to stop by the closest "watering hole" in Waldoboro Village, The Narrows Tavern, The Odd Alewives Farm Brewery (new this year) or the famous Moody's Diner (since 1927). In the Rockland area there's McLoons Lobster Shack in Spruce Head, Café Miranda or the Rockland Café. In the Boothbay area try the Chowder House Boat Bar or the Boothbay Craft Brewery and Tavern. On the Pemaquid Peninsula in Damariscotta there's King Eider's Pub, Schooner's Landing or Newcastle Publick House. Go toward the Pemaquid Lighthouse State Park (not to be missed) to the Anchor and Muscungus Bay Lobster (BYOB) in Round Pond or Shaw's in New Harbor. All are within 30 miles of the property!

If you're a museum fanatic, you'll love Owls Head Transportation Museum, the Farnsworth Art Museum, the Center For Maine Contemporary Art and perhaps the Coastal Children's Museum in the Rockland vicinity, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens (Boothbay) and the Maine Maritime Museum (Bath). Those who prefer a shopping spree will find stores abound in Damariscotta, home of Reny's ("A Maine Adventure"), as well as Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, and Camden. Go a little further to outlet shopping in Freeport where the L.L. Bean signature store is open 365 days/year 24/7!

Reviews

4.67
9 reviews
  • Finally Peace!

    5/5

    We really enjoy this place, mostly due to the quiet and very safe neighborhood, and the very easy access to our own sea cove. The cottage is next to a beautiful field of flowers, where you can occasionally spot wildlife (we saw deers, porcupine, a racoon family). The cottage is old-fashioned but everything works really well. Finally, having a row boat was also very cool!

    Ramiro
    Published July 4, 2021
  • 43696

    4/5

    Nice little cottage outfitted with the necessities. The tidal river was nice and the dock was fun for my two boys to finish off of. Would stay again!

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Mike C.
    Published September 16, 2019
  • Peaceful and relaxing

    4/5

    So peaceful and relaxing. Loved the dock and row boat. The cottage was so sweet and simple. Hot during the day but cool at night. It is quite a drive to different things but the location was remote and peaceful. It?s a great spot for getting away. There were a lot of ants. And I reached out to the manager a few times and never heard. Also the cleaner came early and tried to get us out quickly.

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Michelle M.
    Published September 10, 2019
  • Great vacation reunion

    5/5

    We were familiar with the property and loved staying there. Having the dock and boat was a big plus

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Gwen K.
    Published August 15, 2019
  • quiet cottage

    4/5

    We stayed one week. Enjoyed the surrounding area. Especially kayaking. Cottage was rustic but comfortable. Unfotunately mosquitos and ticks were abundant. Could not enjoy the outside in the evening. May be a fact of life in rural coastal Maine in the summer.

    *This review was originally posted on Vrbo

    Thomas P.
    Published July 31, 2019
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