No WiFi, Phone,TV or Hubub! Simple accommodations in Down East Maine... blueberries, steamers, hiking, kayaking, or MDI! Elegant quietude! What could be a better Summer Vacation? Our 1800's white Victorian farmhouse is a short walk to the Town Landing where you can put in your kayak or sit and watch the family of five American Bald Eagles swoop for fish! It's within walking of old Steuben village, with its quaint historic church and Library-Community Center with WiFi. In mid-restoration shape.
The house is in the midst of ongoing interior and exterior Restoration, so there are aspects which are not fully developed to their finished state. Your habitation here is at your own risk. It's comfortable enough for a group or individual stay, but it's important to be respectful of others. Consider it like a Co-Operative Buddhist style retreat. We practise earth-friendly chores such as recycling and composting. There is a small Organic Vegetable and Herb garden, and you may pick fresh veggies to eat, in return for helping out a bit. Please only five minute showers. Thanks!
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
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Semi-retired restoration contractor. Currently developing this 1880s gingerbread house on a shoestring as a retreat and education center in Downeast Maine.
Pictures of the ongoing restoration are posted on the account The Albatross and pictures of the beautiful surrounding natural resources in features for recreational purposes are posted on Downeast Sojourn.
There are opportunities for exchange of Labor as a partial alternative to paying the full price to stay there.
Eventually the DownEast Sojourn is envisioned as a type of Club or non-profit organization to which you can belong for expanding individual and social awareness of the Land/Ocean interface which is currently on the move as a consequence of global warming.