Our Maine retreat is set amid the pines on the shore of Maranacook Lake. The location is ideal, a private spot at a tip of the lake to swim, fish and enjoy nature, yet close to Augusta for restaurants and shopping and an easy drive to many of Maine’s coastal attractions. Take time to enjoy your morning coffee on the large screened porch overlooking the lake. The porch is large enough for friends and family to enjoy a lobster dinner while the setting sun glistens off the lake.
The first floor master suite has a queen bed with a private full bath. and a washer/dryer. A second master, 3 more bedrooms and a full bath are on the second floor. The first floor has a recently remodeled kitchen, dining room, living room with cozy stone fireplace and a second living room with TV and DVD. A rowboat and two kayaks are provided, or bring your own boat and dock it in our boathouse or at our dock.
Journey's End sits on 32 acres comprised of rolling lawn and pine forest. With over 2500 feet of shoreline on one of Maine's most beautiful lakes, it's a perfect setting for exploring, swimming, boating as well as relaxing. There is a dock and float; and a rowboat and two kayaks are included with the rental.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishes and cookware. A gas grill is located outside.
A large screened porch stretches across the front of the home to enjoy views of the lake. A picnic table and plenty of seating make it the perfect spot for family gatherings.
Cable TV with DVD is located in one living room. The second living room has two couches and a fireplace to curl up with a good book. Wireless internet is also included.
Blankets and pillows are provided, bring your own bed linens and towels.
Swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, golfing, bird watching. 2 golf courses are a short drive a way. The many antique and craft shops of Hallowell are a short distance away. Augusta, Maine's capital, is 8 miles away. Popular attractions within a 45 to 90 minute drive: LL Bean, Freeport, Camden, Rockport, Pemaquid Point, Boothbay Harbor, Portland as well as ferries to Monhegan Island.+ More