Classic Shingle Style cottage on the Maine coast. Spectacular views of islands, lighthouses, wildlife and the rugged coastline. Great kayaking/fishing. Nicely furnished. Screened porch, waterfront deck, private dock. Beach nearby. Secluded location.
Take the Maine Turnpike (I 95) north. Take Exit 44 (South Portland). Follow I 295 north through Portland. Follow I 295 north for about 20 miles. Take Exit 28 (Brunswick/Bath). Follow Route 1 north through Brunswick to Bath. In Bath, stay on Route 1. Go across the bridge over the Kennebec River and take your first right (Dairy Queen on corner). Follow Rt.127 south to Georgetown. Look for the Georgetown Country Store and the fire station on your right (about 9 miles from Rt. 1). Take the first right after the fire station onto Bay Point Road (brown house on corner). Follow Bay Point Rd. for about 1/8 mile and take the first right onto West Georgetown Road (white church on corner). Follow West Georgetown Rd. for about 0.9 mile. Take the first left onto Marrtown Road. Follow Marrtown Road to the end (about 1.8 miles). White Rocks is the last cottage on the left at the end of the road before the gate.
|10 minutes||Reid State Park|
|10 minutes||Five Islands Lobster Wharf|
|10 minutes||Osprey Restaurant|
|8 minutes||Georgetown Pottery|
|8 minutes||Josephine Newman Wildlife Preserve|
|9 minutes||Blue Restaurant|
|8 minutes||Old Post Office Art Gallery|
|May and October||750|
|July and August||950|
|June and September||850|
|Early May, Late October||115|
White Rocks Cottage is rented by the week, from Saturday to Saturday. The rent is $950 per week during July and August, $850 per week during June and September, and $750 per week during May and October. Shorter rentals are available in early May or late October. Maine lodging tax is 8%. Rates are based on a maximum of 6 guests per stay. Additional fees apply for parties of more than 6 guests. No cleaning fee or security deposit is charged. Please compare our rates to other cottages on the water in mid-coast Maine. We think you'll find White Rocks Cottage is an outstanding value.
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We've vacationed at White Rocks Cottage for several years now, usually spending our anniversary there. It's private, peaceful and quiet, and offers a welcome respite from the cares of everyday life. Reid State Park is also nearby, with a lovely beach. We especially enjoy watching the sunsets across the Kennebec, and the seals and various birds, just a few feet from the screened in porch.
There are numerous restaurants and other things to see or do within easy drive. We certainly had our share of Maine seafood! In nearby Bath, try the Kennebec Tavern and Maxwell's. In Wiscasset, we suggest Sarah's on Route 1. The food is great, usually with no waiting, and we think it's nicer than standing in line at Red's across the street! Shaw's Lobster, in New Harbor (near Pemaquid), up Route 1 North, is also a great place to enjoy lobsters, clams and other seafood.
Again, the cottage is a wonderfully peaceful place, and we think would be a great honeymoon spot!
All the amenities and comforts of home and a whole lot more. In June we stayed at White Rocks cottage for the third year in a row and every year, we know why we come back. Relaxation, peace and quiet, privacy, wonderful views, glorious sandy beaches minutes away, fabulous seafood, fascinating local history, and plenty of activities for all ages. To sum it up, a stay at White Rocks cottage will be a memory you will treasure forever!
We had a wonderful time at the cottage. The accomodations were lovely - beautifully decorated rooms, kitchen well stocked with needed appliances, etc (bring your own food of course), fabulous porches - especially the back screen-enclosed porch with the view of the river. Birds, otters, fish, boats... We didn't turn the TV on once! We drove up to the Saltwater Farms Cooking School for a delicious dinner, took a puffin cruise, visited several of the beaches in the area, hiked to the Squirrel Point Lighthouse AND spent four hours at the Musical Wonder House in Wiscasset. The Farnsworth Museum and Wyeth Center in Rockland was a special treat. And the Georgetown Historical Society was a perfect gem of a museum. And of course we really enjoyed Maine lobster, Maine crab, Maine cheese and Maine BEER!
Listing # RA-1214047