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A stay at this absolutely adorable log cabin is sure to bring smiles to your faces! Originally built in the 1920s as part of the Sprucewold summer community (the central Sprucewold Lodge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places), this cozy, seasonal getaway boasts surprisingly high ceilings, a beautiful stone fireplace, inviting living area, full kitchen, lofted bedroom with desk, and dining table fit for meals or game nights. Outside, enjoy the peaceful view of your furnished and covered front porch or fire up the gas grill on the back deck for the perfect summertime cookout!
Take a walk to the small, private Sprucewold Beach Club located within a half-mile of this home. Let the kids run and play on the sand and splash in the water, read your book on the sea wall, or cast a line or two off the dock. You'll also find a number of footpaths close by along with public green lawns and an area with tables for picnics. Just a mile northwest, grab a bite to eat from Boothbay Lobster Wharf and don't miss the seaside shops, restaurants, ice cream factory, and day trips for fishing, lighthouse harbor tours, sunset sails, and whale-watching found at the pier in downtown Boothbay Harbor, just across the Boothbay Harbor Footbridge. Don’t miss a trip to the nearby Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, one of Maine’s top attractions and one of the
most distinguished botanical destinations in the country. Fitness enthusiasts can purchase a day pass at the local YMCA; rent kayaks and paddleboards, and hike the trails of the Boothbay Region Land Trust. The beautiful 18-hole golf course at Boothbay Harbor Country Club has public tee times.
Things to know:
Full kitchen (no dishwasher)
Electric blankets and duvets for each bed
Includes a selection of books, games and puzzles
Parking Notes: Parking is on the dirt road shoulder, parallel to the house. One car. Park in front of the anchor, as close to the anchor as possible so the neighbor across the street can easily get in and out of their driveway. Do not park behind the anchor; those spots don't belong to the owner.
You must be 25 years or older to rent this property.