Located on Pemaquid Point in Bristol Maine on a quiet private road. This small saltbox sits on a wooded lot and has deeded rights to a rocky cove within walking distance.
This hide-a-way features coastal decor and a fully equipped kitchen. Queen bed in the bedroom and a full sleep sofa in the living room. Washer/dryer and charcoal grill for your use. High speed internet, TV with local channels, Chromecast, and a DVD player with a small selection of movies. Books and games as well.
Just a few things to do...
Pumpkin Cove - is located a short walk down the hill to stairs and a path located on the left-hand side at the end of the road (no parking). This is a rocky cove with beautiful views.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse - There is a $3.00/person admission fee. Included in the fee is access to the Fisherman's Museum in the Keeper's House, the Pemaquid Art Gallery, the Learning Center, picnic areas and rest rooms. The Light Tower is an active tower and owned by the US Coast Guard. It is managed by the Friends of Pemaquid Point Light. Entrance to the Tower is included in your admission at no additional cost. It is open weather permitting.
Pemaquid Beach - The beach is open to visitors from Memorial Day Weekend until Labor Day Weekend. The beach park has bathrooms and changing rooms, shower stand to wash the sand away, snack shack, picnic tables, and beach item rentals available. Adults and children 12 and older $4.00, children 11 and under are free.
Hardy Boat Cruises - Take the ferry and spend a day on Monhegan Island. They offer Puffin and Seal watch trips as well. Advanced reservations are recommended 207-677-2026
Numerous preserves for walking and hiking – Visit the Pemaquid Watershed Association website , LaVerna Preserve is one of our favorites.
Rachael Carlson Salt Pond Preserve – A small kettle pond is yours to explore when the tide goes out. Check the tide times before your visit and wear shoes good for wading. Located 1 mile down RT-32 North on the right side of the road.
Fort William Henry - Fort William Henry is part of the Colonial Pemaquid State Historic Site, which also includes the archaeological excavations of 17th and 18th century village buildings and a museum with excavated artifacts found on the site, including musket balls, coins, pottery and early hardware.
The Harrington Meeting House - is a historic colonial meeting house at 278 Harrington Road in Bristol, Maine. Built in 1772 and moved to its present site in 1775, it is one of the town's original three meeting houses.
Maine Kayak - 113 Huddle Rd, New Harbor, ME 04554, 207-677-3455
Markets and Variety Store…
C. E. Reilly & Son – A full market to get all of your supplies locally. Fresh baked muffins in the morning and sandwiches and pizza as well. 2576 Bristol Rd, New Harbor, 207-677-2321
Dee’s Variety – Gas up and grab milk. Take-out pizza and subs.2447 Bristol Rd, New Harbor, 207-677-3900
Some places to eat...
The Contented Sole – Colonial Pemaquid Dr, New Harbor, 207-677-3000
Cupboard Café – 137 Huddle Rd, New Harbor, 207-677-3911
Sea Gull Restaurant & Gift – 3119 Bristol Rd, New Harbor, 207-677-2374
Shaw’s Fish & Lobster Wharf Restaurant – 129 ME-32, New Harbor, 207-677-2200
The Harbor Room – 2477 Bristol Rd, New Harbor, 207-677-6771
Bristol Diner – 1267 Bristol Rd, Bristol, 207-563-8005
Pemaquid Seafood Wharf & Restaurant - 32 COOP Rd, Bristol, 207-677-2642
Muscongus Bay Lobster – 28 Landing Road, Round Pond, 207-529-5528
King Ro Market – 207-529-5380
The Anchor Restaurant – 34 R-33, Round Pond, 207-529-2600
Dot’s Bakery – 1233 ME-32, Round Pond, 207-529-2514+ More