Looking for a quiet peaceful getaway? Our Maine post and beam home is set on 7 acres of lake front. Great getaway from the city to enjoy a roaring fire and a great movie. Or, go antiquing in nearby Cornish, ME. For downhill skiers proximity to King Pine, Sunday River, Shawnee Peak, Black Mountain. Cross country and snow shoeing on property and on the lake. If you have a snow mobile- great trails available. Not the outdoors type? Great shopping in nearby North Conway at the outlets.
“Absolutely loved Elizabeth's house! Cozy, beautiful, very well equipped and in a truly peaceful location. Would totally recommend staying there if you're looking for a getaway from your crazy daily life. One quick note: the last bit of the road to the house is an unpaved road so if you go during snow season, make sure your vehicle is properly equipped.”
1795 Cape Cod Home on Ossipee Hill. Private entrance. Stairway to the cozy & quiet two and one-half room suite. Miles of conservation land with pathways to walk while enjoying your morning coffee.
“Loving and very clean RBnb on the 1st floor in a quiet house in the countryside. The apartment has its own access, the landlord lives in the same house next door. From here you can easily reach the white mountain national park or coastal towns such as Kennebankport by car. We felt very comfortable there.”
In-law apartment in a quiet country setting in Sebago Lake region with swimming, hiking and biking trails nearby. 23 miles to Portland, 10 miles to St Joseph’s College, 23 miles to Shawnee Peak. One bedroom with double bed plus queen size futon in living room area. Full kitchen and private bath with step in shower. Beautiful woods walk to large Mill Pond great for bird watching.
“Beautiful place, right on the nature reserve, with a full kitchen, living area, & deck, in an attached guest wing of the main house. Perfect for those looking to disconnect and spend some time in nature. Wish we'd had more time to explore. Even their neighbors were nice; we stumbled onto someone's land while trying to find a way out of the reserve (tbf we were slightly off-trail). The lady out in the garden was nothing but kind, even mildly amused, to see two random people sheepishly emerging from the woods onto her property. I'm sure there are actual trails you can walk on, we just walked straight into the woods from our hosts' backyard and found our way around the marshes & into the reserve. Found some weird quarry-looking place that has clearly been dug up, weren't sure what that was about, but we had to leave for a wedding before we could explore further. Saw some awesome bird action; wild turkeys, vultures, jays. Do a tick check after you leave though, we had a ton of them on us. Thanks to Peter & Mim for being such gracious hosts. Also, Mim is an incredible baker, if you get a chance to try some of her baked goods, DO IT <3”