Peaceful, nestled into the natural landscapeJust at the far end of Fishermen's Cove beach
The Bayberry Cottage
Hôte : Ted
Ted est l'hôte.
5 voyageurs
2 chambres
3 lits
1 salle de bain
5 voyageurs
2 chambres
3 lits
1 salle de bain
Vous ne serez débité que si vous confirmez

Cliff Island is the last stop on the Casco Bay Lines ferry route. CBL boats run to and from Portland five times per day.
The Bayberry Cottage is a two-bedroom waterfront cottage with a one-room bunk house. It is privately situated on Fishermen’s Cove, a small working harbor, and is surrounded by conservation land and sandy beaches. There is a private beach for swimming and beachcombing and there are miles of wooded trails, rocky headlands, sunny meadows, and dirt roads for island exploring.

Le logement

The cottage has two bedrooms upstairs, an open living room/dining room, kitchen and full bath with washer and dryer downstairs.
The island is three miles long and has a winter population of about 50, which grows to about 250 in the summertime. There is a a small island grocery store, post office, one-room school and playground, church, library, community hall, clay tennis court, and a large ball field, as well other spaces for a variety of community events.

Accès des voyageurs

Two sea kayaks, bicycles, a piano, a stereo and music collection will be yours to enjoy. This is a great house for nature lovers, artists, writers, musicians. The lapping waves will send you off to sleep. The lobsterboats coming alive may wake you up. If you have your own boat, a mooring and dinghy will be available.

Échanges avec les voyageurs

We are happy to field your questions and help you, as needed , throughout your stay. We can guide and advise over the phone or via e-mail. We'll try to forward the weekly calendar of summer activities and events sponsored by our ACE organizers and volunteers. Island bulletin boards also post weekly concerts, classes, field trips and ball games.

Produits de base

Voyageur supplémentaire Sans frais
Communiquez toujours via Airbnb
Pour protéger votre paiement, ne transférez jamais d'argent et n'établissez pas de contact en dehors du site ou de l'application Airbnb.
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Chambre 1
1 lit queen size
Chambre 2
1 lit queen size, 1 lit simple

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 16:00
Départ avant 12:00

Vous affirmez avoir également pris connaissance de :
Chien(s) dans la maison


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Kit de premiers secours
Fiche de sécurité

Séjour de 5 nuits minimum

4 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Charise
octobre 2017
My husband and I stayed at Ted's wonderful home for five days in October and it was wonderful. Cliff Island is lovely, remote but warm and full of beautiful natural features and the house itself is right on the beach and close to many trails which we enjoyed throughout our stay. It's a wonderful place to disconnect and renew your sense of wonder. Most heartily recommended.

Profil utilisateur de Mary Claire
août 2017
We had an absolutely fantastic week on Cliff and staying at Bayberry Cottage was a truly central part of what made the week so special! The location was ideal and we enjoyed eating our meals as we watched boats in the cove. We loved perusing the books and listening to the music collection on our one rainy day. Communication with Ted was very easy and we were glad to have had a chance to meet him upon arrival and to learn more about his family's history on Cliff. Absolutely nothing could have been better about our stay and we only wish that we could have stayed longer. We hope to return to this wonderful, peaceful spot again.

Profil utilisateur de Mary
août 2017
We've spent many happy summer days on Cliff Island, but staying at the Bayberry Cottage was our favorite trip yet. The property is exquisite- you will never want to leave! We had an effortless time dealing with Ted and arranging all the details of our trip. This place is a gem!

Profil utilisateur de Alexandra
juillet 2017
All the stars had to align to get us to Ted and Susan's cottage on Cliff Island to celebrate the 4th of July week, but we're sure glad they did! My husband and I decided to book a last minute trip to Maine during our week off. We had never been there and wanted to get a true Maine experience, though our time was limited and we wanted to keep our travel from Philadelphia to a minimum. We decided to stick to the Portland area and found the listing for the Bayberry cottage, which seemed like the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation that we were craving. We were nervous about how to make the logistics work, but Ted communicated with us diligently with answers to our myriad of questions about how to get our food and supplies onto the island by ferry and then to the cottage from the wharf. The island was beautiful, laid back, and peaceful. We really enjoyed our time spent exploring the bluffs, taking walks and bike rides, combing the beaches and even getting the sea kayaks into the water for a little spin. The cottage itself was also beautiful! The interior was rustic and warm, with antique furniture, art-adorned walls, and a very welcoming environment to spend a few days reading the books adorning the shelves (which we did, oh we did). Music lovers will enjoy the stereo and the worn but soulful historic upright grand piano (and wonder, as we did, how it got on the island, however many years ago?), while the literarily inclined will revel in the volumes of poetry, essay, fiction, nautical tales, and spiritual reflection to be devoured. Artists will find no shortage of picturesque views throughout the island and nature lovers will find themselves with plenty to explore. For us, who identify as all of these things depending on the season and the current inclination, Cliff Island was truly a paradise. Now for a few logistical things we learned during our stay, some of which might be of help to future guests: 1) We drove to Portland and were very worried about where we were going to park and how we were going to get to the ferry. We found a city-owned kiosk lot called Angelo's Acre with parking available for five bucks a day. It was about a 15-20 minute walk from the ferry terminal. An easy, affordable option. 2) As suggested, we brought all of our own food for cooking on the island (we like to do this, anyway, so it was great for us). We found the kitchen very well stocked and able to accommodate all of our cooking needs. We even had the use of a small charcoal grill (with charcoal available), which we used several times to grill our dinner outside. 3) We were very worried about how to haul all of our food and clothing onto the island and how to get it from the ferry to the cottage. First, there's the...

South Portland, Maine, États-UnisMembre depuis mars 2015
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