Adjacent à notre maison dans une association privée avec tennis et quai en eau profonde.
Chris Gray, Must contact me prior to making a reservation
Salle(s) de bain
Les réservations annulées au moins 30 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100%. Les réservations annulées au moins 14 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50%.
Escape the heat wave.
Visit at the height of blueberry season. Pick a handful of wild berries out the front door every morning. Go to the neighborhood lobster Co-Op and pick up lobsters for the day, take a picture of the Olson House on the way back. After eating french toast at the Home Kitchen Cafe go to Acadia N.P. and Bar Harbor, visit shops along the way back. Go to Owl's Head lighthouse, and Rockland breakwater Lighhouse in the area. My favorite museum was the Sail, Power and Steam Museum in Rockland. Meet and talk to a true national treasure the curator Captain Jim. The museum is full of one of a kind nautical artifacts and Jim was part of the great story. I will not repeat the glowing reviews of the other guests. We had a wonderful, wonderful stay.
A slice of paradise in mid-coast Maine
We're just back from a lovely week staying at this property, enjoying beautiful summer weather, local hiking, seafood restaurants, and spectacular views. The Fish House contributed greatly to a successful week away. It is beautifully decorated and furnished, with a fabulous bed and bed linens, plush towels, and real dishes! It's small as described but completely workable and comfortable for two people, with large windows on all sides.
Chris and Bill have mastered the art of hospitality. They are steps away and available and yet they afford their guests their privacy. We learned how to cook lobster -- just ask Bill where's the best place to buy it and you'll be thrilled with the price.
We've stayed in several VRBO places over the years -- The Fish House is a gem!
Lovely private get away
Very friendly hosts who are respectful of privacy. Lovely countryside setting with walking roads and dock for tidal watches or swimming. In the Wyeth countryside area. Beautiful!
The perfect get away retreat in Mid Coast Maine
Over the years we have stayed at many great VRBO properties, but the Fish House in Cushing Maine is the first house to make me abandon my itinerary. Instead of rushing out the door see as many sights as possible, I preferred to just relax and stare out the great window and watch the activity down in the cove. Each morning I started my day by going down to the chairs by the cove and just trying to absorb the peacefulness and beauty of it all.
The house itself is adorable, clean as can be and had every appliance and utensil needed. The house warming flowers and bowl of fruit were nice touches and very welcome.
Chris and Bill are great hosts, who greeted us when we arrived and were available if we needed them. They are very kind to share this beautiful slice of earth with their guest as this is a very special place.
The house has tons of books on Maine and assorted flyers on nearby attractions and things to see and do. And, there is plenty to see and do in mid-coast Maine!
The drive to and from the house to Route 1 seems long at first, but you get used to it quickly. Rockland is only 15 minutes away and has some great restaurants, we enjoyed In Good Company and Cafe Miranda and Atlantic Baking Company for lunch.
Our outings included a day in Rockport and Camden, highlighted by a sunset sail on Surprise. We also stayed local one day and went to the Owl Head Light and Birch Point Beach State Park.
An attraction on the road to Thomaston is the Langlais Sculpture Preserve. This is a fun visit where you can see over sized wooden sculptures made by Bernard Laglais, a highly accomplished Maine artist.
The only issue we had was our Google maps wanted us to go down a dead end road to get to the house. If you get similar directions, just call Chris and she will get you back on track.
We had a great time at the Fish House and would go back in a heartbeat the next time we are visiting Mid-Coast Maine!
The apartment is beautiful!! Big glass windows overlooking the private cove. I couldn’t stop watching. The place is decorated to perfection!! Chris, the owner, had fresh fruit and milk in refrigerator for us. So thoughtful!! Bed extremely comfortable. Would definitely recommend this place especially if u like nature. The stars on a clear night are magical. Felt like you could touch them.
The Sounds of Silence
Just returned from a seven night stay at the Fish House. This was my first VRBO experience. Peaceful doesn't describe the quiet, beautiful setting, amazing accommodation and delightful hosts. Chris and Bill are hosts that anyone would want to have when renting a summer vacation home. Thoughtful, considerate and exceptionally friendly! Excellent communication before and during my stay. I was amazed by the absolute silence at night. The rental is very clean and comfortable. Everything one needs to simply "stay in place" and enjoy the serenity if they tire of visiting the awesome scenery and sites nearby. Would definitely stay again if my travels take me to the Northeast. Thanks Chris and Bill!
BT, Meridian ID
Nature préserve avec des sentiers de randonnée abondent et certains ont des visites guidées. L'observation des oiseaux est un passe-temps populaire pour les résidents et les visiteurs. Le Camden Snow Bowl est à proximité pour le ski et le snowboard. Mid Coast Maine est également une plaque tournante importante pour les bateaux de toutes sortes et Penobscot Bay a toujours la navigation de plaisance activité, de goélettes en bois aux bateaux de pêche de toutes tailles. Il est obligatoire que tous les visiteurs de Maine consomment le homard (just kidding!) mais le homard-manger est une activité majeure et une des principales raisons tant de visiteurs reviennent chaque année.