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USA Maine Midcoast Maine Bremen Listing #19049

Peaceful Day Dreamer - Bremen, ME

2 reviews
Max occupancy: 6 1 Double Bed, 2 Twin Bed, 1 Futon 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom No pets 
733 Biscay Road, Bremen, ME 04551

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Lakefront cottage w/dock & island in Biscay Pond, screened porch

Experience tranquil living at its finest at this stunningly situated Bremen home! This lakefront escape offers a private dock on the shores of Biscay Pond, where you can launch your kayaks and canoes or swim out to the owner's private island. You'll also have a screened-in porch with views of the water, a wood-burning fireplace for cozy evenings at home, and the perfect lakeside location for family vacations!

What's nearby:
This home sits on the eastern shores of Biscay Pond in the Midcoast community of Bremen, a small fishing village located on Muscongus Bay. Here on the scenic Pemaquid Peninsula, you'll be 12 miles east of Wiscasset (home to delicious lobster rolls at Red's Eats) and 14 miles north of the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. You can explore the local wildlife and shorelines with Damariscotta River Cruises five miles west, or pick up some fresh seafood at the Bremen Lobster Pound Co-op four miles east.

Things to know:
No WiFi
Full kitchen (without a dishwasher)
*Please note that the water in the cottage is not drinkable. There is a water cooler to use for drinking water. A damage waiver, covering up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the property or its contents, is included in the cost of your reservation.

You must be 21 years or older to rent this property.



Children's games

Heating & cooling


Space heater

Wood-burning fireplace

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Wireless router

Nearby activities & attractions



On-site activities

Board games


Gas grill : Private

2 reviews

Joyce W. Aug 2019
Very peaceful and I love the porch for just sitting and relaxing.
Mark G. Jul 2019
Once we bailed the rain water out of it, the row boat was fun to take out onto Biscay Pond to “loon island” which we named for “Larry the loon” who lived out there. “Larry” serenaded us with very loud loon calls almost every night. All night.

We enjoyed playing board games at the table on the screened-in porch each evening while batting at the mosquitos which must have been able to get in there somehow!

This cabin is very rustic!
And that’s OK if you are wanting the “Rustic Maine cabin” experience.
The walls are not insulated. I mean, the walls are exposed 2x4 studs painted with polyurethane and you can see the exposed plywood sheathing upon which the exterior vinyl siding ( that looks just like cedar shakes!) is nailed to. I mean, exposed wiring and plumbing, and all. Rustic. But charming? Maybe?
There is no dishwasher in the kitchen even though one is mentioned in the description, so it seemed one of us had to do dishes as a vacation daily chore. Which would have been OK if we had been provided enough dish soap!
We ran out of the bottled water for drinking, so had to request that more be delivered. (The tap water did not taste good enough to drink)
The description does not tell you how tiny/cramped the bedrooms are or the fact that the kitchen & bathroom are on one level, and the living area and bedrooms and screened-in porch are on a completely separate level connected by a long, winding stairwell area. Two of us took a tumble down the stairs! That could have ruined our vacation if we had suffered a sprained ankle!
The bathroom was the most appalling, though! It is small. It is cramped. It is VERY rustic! The tiny fiberglass shower stall was rusty and cramped. Surprised to find that someone would think it OK to rent as a vacation home with that bathroom for “up to six guests”!

But... we enjoyed our time together making breakfast each morning together and taking a leisurely start to the day.
We spent most days exploring the nearby harbor towns of Damariscotta and Wiscassett. The shops are quaint, the coffee shops are charming, the bars & restaurants are unique with delicious fare.
We made souvenir necklaces at the local bead shop one day.
We took the ferry over to Monhegan Island one day and spent time exploring as artists - hiking & drawing & stopping for a beer at Monhegan Brewing Co.
We drove up to Acadia National Park one day and rented bikes. We pedaled the Carriage Roads of the Park to the Jordan Pond House where we ate a delicious lunch complete with their famous popovers.
We stopped to grab a lobster dinner at one of the many seafood shacks in the nearby harbor towns/villages on our way back to the cabin a couple of evenings.
We stopped at both the local farmers market and the local fish/seafood market (Delano’s) and gathered food for home-cooked dinners in the fully equipped kitchen back at the cabin on the other evenings.

Overall, we made the best of things, and enjoyed a fun Maine adventure!
Manager response:
Thank you for your valuable feedback. It helps us to improve the unit. The manager has made some upgrades and is discussing additional upgrades with the owner. We are sorry you were not comfortable. We hope we can host you again in a unit more suited to your needs.