Das einzigartige Meer und die Uferpromenade bieten Privatsphäre, Luxus und Erholung

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5.0"Herausragend"(6 Bewertungen)
Main House, with one bedroom, facing ocean. Lawn perfect for croquet.
View from front deck which is nestled in landscape overlooking the Atlantic.
Master bedroom, library & fine rugs.Tempurpedic mattress, 100% cotton bedding
Cooks delight with a view and 6 burner Wolfe oven.
A cook's kitchen includes every tool you need & spices/herbs & fresh in garden.

Haus in Maine

property type iconHOUSE
guest icon6 Gäste
bedroom icon3 Schlafzimmer
bathroom icon3 Badezimmer
Haustiere erlaubt
Küche/Kochnische
Internet/WLAN
Über diesen haus miete
Gelegen in Maine, dieses charmant entire house für EUR 504 pro Nacht ist ein phantastisch Option für Ihr nächstes Pause. Neues Haus im japanischen Stil auf einem abgelegenen und dramatischen 5 Hektar großen, bewaldeten Anwesen am Meer. Die Rückseite des Anwesens ist am Long Pond (siehe Foto) ein unberührter 1,5 km langer Süßwassersee, der sich hervorragend zum Schwimmen und Kanufahren eignet. Nach einem 15-minütigen Spaziergang erreichen Sie den Eingang des Acadia-Nationalparks und das gut gepflegte System von Küsten- und Waldwanderwegen. <br>Das Haus ist komplett mit neuen, hochwertigen Küchengeräten ausgestattet - der Traum eines Kochs! Und Zentralheizung. Kommen Sie zur Sheep Thief Gulch und entkommen Sie wirklich allen, außer Ihnen, was Sie wirklich wollen. <br><br>Aufgrund der mit der rauen Meeresküste verbundenen Risiken ist diese Unterkunft nicht für Kinder unter 12 Jahren geeignet.<br><br><br>Sheep Thief Gulch: Unser Haus in Sheep Thief Gulch ist 5 Meilen (1,5 km) von der Stadt entfernt und mit dem Postboot auf der Isle Au Haut. Sie können die Sterne hier draußen funkeln hören. Unser Grundstück liegt auf der einen Seite dem Atlantik und auf der anderen Seite dem Langen Teich. Schwimmer haben die Wahl zwischen 60-Grad-Meerwasser (brrr) oder dem Süßwasserteich mit weitaus erträglicheren Bedingungen auf der Rückseite des Grundstücks. Die Besitzer machen beides, aber das Meer mit Wetsuits. <br><br>Auf dem Grundstück befinden sich 2 Häuser, die im japanischen Stil gebaut wurden. das "Mädchenhaus", ein separates "Gästehaus" mit zwei Schlafzimmern und einem Bad und dem größeren "Aquarium" mit dem Hauptschlafzimmer, einem Arbeitszimmer, einem Schlammzimmer und einem 40 'x 20' großen Zimmer mit Küche, Ess- und Aufenthaltsraum Bereich mit deckenhohen Glasscheiben auf beiden Seiten, die einen spektakulären Blick auf das Meer, die Vogelwelt, wechselndes Wetter und Nachthimmel bieten. <br><br>Wanderer und Wanderer finden im Acadia National Park Küsten- und Waldwege. Die Ranger Station verfügt über Wanderkarten. Das Haus verfügt über drei Mountainbikes, andere können Sie bei der Postbootfirma mieten.<br><br>Inselleben: Sheep Thief Gulch ist sehr privat und abgeschieden, durch einen dichten Wald von der Straße getrennt, aber Long Pond (5 Minuten zu Fuß auf einem Pfad durch den Wald) ist bei schönem Wetter ein Magnet, wo nachmittags eine Einige Kinder und einige Erwachsene schwimmen und sonnen am Strand oder auf der sonnengewärmten Asphaltstraße. Andere Möglichkeiten zur Geselligkeit sind die Kirche am Sonntag, der sehr gut ausgestattete Isle Au Haut Store, die ausgezeichnete Bibliothek im Rathaus mit WLAN-Service, das Cyber / Cafe Black Dinah Chocolatiers. Die Stadt sponsert andere gesellschaftliche Veranstaltungen im Rathaus einschließlich eines Talents Die meisten Jahre im August zeigen. ALLE SIND WILLKOMMEN. Im Keeper's House auf der Isle Au Haut gibt es eine hervorragende Option, die Sie sich nicht entgehen lassen sollten. Die Gäste im Inn haben jedoch Vorrang, daher sind Reservierungen unwahrscheinlich. Frisch gefangene Hummer, die wohl die besten überhaupt sind, sind bei lokalen Fischern erhältlich, die normalerweise einen Tagesbescheid verlangen. Andere frische und gefrorene Fische erhalten Sie im Island Store oder auf Bestellung bei einem Stonington-Fischmarkt. Sie schicken es auf dem Postboot. <br><br>Aktivitäten: Alles in allem ist Sheep Thief Gulch ein guter Ort, um langsamer zu sein, sich beim Lesen, Malen, Fotografieren oder Korrespondenz einzuholen, die Muse zu beschwören, sich mit gutem Essen und Trinken zu verwöhnen, sich in besserem Zustand zu fühlen (Aufwachen, Laufen, Kanufahren, Radfahren oder Schwimmen), brechen Sie die Verbindung mit dem Internet ab, obwohl WLAN für Süchtige verfügbar ist. Übrigens gibt es auch einen Festnetzanschluss. Um das Ganze abzurunden, werden Sie dort einige außergewöhnliche Menschen treffen, sowohl das ganze Jahr über als auch im Sommer, die meiner Meinung nach einer der Hauptgründe sind, warum die Menschen immer wieder kommen.
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Bewertungen 

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10.0
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Jan 2016
We have stayed in the summer and winter months. Every comfort of home, and extremely well equipped kitchen, plus tasteful furnishing and view of the ocean from all the bedrooms and the spacious kitchen/dining/living area. Canoe available for use on the pond (not in winter), close to all the great hikes. Wonderful hosts with attentive caretaker.
We have stayed in the summer and winter months. Every comfort of home, and extremely well equipped kitchen, plus tasteful furnishing and view of the ocean from all the bedrooms and the spacious kitchen/dining/living area. Canoe available for use on the pond (not in winter), close to all the great hikes. Wonderful hosts with attentive caretaker.
5.0
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Jan 2016
Spectacular setting and home
We have stayed in the summer and winter months. Every comfort of home, and extremely well equipped kitchen, plus tasteful furnishing and view of the ocean from all the bedrooms and the spacious kitchen/dining/living area. Canoe available for use on the pond (not in winter), close to all the great hikes. Wonderful hosts with attentive caretaker.
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Jul 2013
just great
We had a wonderful time, watching the sea, eagles and a peaceful island life...in this well maintained villa..
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Jul 2013
just great
We had a wonderful time, watching the sea, eagles and a peaceful island life...
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Sep 2013
Sea, Sky, Forest, Time
We chose Gerardine and Grady's place at Sheep Thief Gulch based on the photographs and description they'd posted. We were immediately drawn to the ocean view on the east side of the house, seen through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that run most of its length, and the beautiful kitchen. We loved our days on IaH: we spent hours on the house’s seaside deck, enjoying the coastal breeze, noting the busy comings and goings of songbirds, and watching the subtle changes of light on the water and clouds unfold over the course of the day and into the evening. If you hope to slow down and re-center yourself during your vacation, this is the place for you. Time feels qualitatively different on the island—two days into our stay we were reckoning it by the comings and goings of the tide. Other amenities rounded out the pleasures of staying in this very special place. The house is a five-minute walk from crystal-clear Long Pond, which offers freshwater swimming out to a small float, or wading from a beach. The house is close to the many trails that will lead you into the National Park—they'll take you through the serenity of mossy forests, to the shore, and back again. Couple these atmospherics with an unbelievably well-equipped and thoughtfully laid out cook's kitchen (6-burner Wolf stove and any appliance, pot, or utensil you might desire; Aerolatte frother for your morning latte, anyone?), and you have everything you need to tend to yourself, body and soul. A couple of us in our group, serious cooks (and the rest, serious eaters) spent goodly amounts of time cooking in the open kitchen, chatting with our friends while looking out at the ocean. (The on-site veggie garden yielded up fresh herbs and fresh lettuces, and we loved composting the remains of our delicious meals.) Be sure to make time to get into town to get to know some of the people. You'll have a window on a community where everyone trusts and depends on each other—including summer residents and renters—much more than you depend on your neighbors back home. If you leave the place on Sheep Thief Gulch without feeling entirely composed and relaxed, you are unquestionably beyond all hope.
10.0
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Sep 2013
We chose Gerardine and Grady's place at Sheep Thief Gulch based on the photographs and description they'd posted. We were immediately drawn to the ocean view on the east side of the house, seen through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that run most of its length, and the beautiful kitchen. We loved our days on IaH: we spent hours on the house’s seaside deck, enjoying the coastal breeze, noting the busy comings and goings of songbirds, and watching the subtle changes of light on the water and clouds unfold over the course of the day and into the evening. If you hope to slow down and re-center yourself during your vacation, this is the place for you. Time feels qualitatively different on the island—two days into our stay we were reckoning it by the comings and goings of the tide. Other amenities rounded out the pleasures of staying in this very special place. The house is a five-minute walk from crystal-clear Long Pond, which offers freshwater swimming out to a small float, or wading from a beach. The house is close to the many trails that will lead you into the National Park—they'll take you through the serenity of mossy forests, to the shore, and back again. Couple these atmospherics with an unbelievably well-equipped and thoughtfully laid out cook's kitchen (6-burner Wolf stove and any appliance, pot, or utensil you might desire; Aerolatte frother for your morning latte, anyone?), and you have everything you need to tend to yourself, body and soul. A couple of us in our group, serious cooks (and the rest, serious eaters) spent goodly amounts of time cooking in the open kitchen, chatting with our friends while looking out at the ocean. (The on-site veggie garden yielded up fresh herbs and fresh lettuces, and we loved composting the remains of our delicious meals.) Be sure to make time to get into town to get to know some of the people. You'll have a window on a community where everyone trusts and depends on each other—including summer residents and renters—much more than you depend on your neighbors back home. If you leave the place on Sheep Thief Gulch without feeling entirely composed and relaxed, you are unquestionably beyond all hope.
We chose Gerardine and Grady's place at Sheep Thief Gulch based on the photographs and description they'd posted. We were immediately drawn to the ocean view on the east side of the house, seen through the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that run most of its length, and the beautiful kitchen. We loved our days on IaH: we spent hours on the house’s seaside deck, enjoying the coastal breeze, noting the busy comings and goings of songbirds, and watching the subtle changes of light on the water and clouds unfold over the course of the day and into the evening. If you hope to slow down and re-center yourself during your vacation, this is the place for you. Time feels qualitatively different on the island—two days into our stay we were reckoning it by the comings and goings of the tide. Other amenities rounded out the pleasures of staying in this very special place. The house is a five-minute walk from crystal-clear Long Pond, which offers freshwater swimming out to a small float, or wading from a beach. The house is close to the many trails that will lead you into the National Park—they'll take you through the serenity of mossy forests, to the shore, and back again. Couple these atmospherics with an unbelievably well-equipped and thoughtfully laid out cook's kitchen (6-burner Wolf stove and any appliance, pot, or utensil you might desire; Aerolatte frother for your morning latte, anyone?), and you have everything you need to tend to yourself, body and soul. A couple of us in our group, serious cooks (and the rest, serious eaters) spent goodly amounts of time cooking in the open kitchen, chatting with our friends while looking out at the ocean. (The on-site veggie garden yielded up fresh herbs and fresh lettuces, and we loved composting the remains of our delicious meals.) Be sure to make time to get into town to get to know some of the people. You'll have a window on a community where everyone trusts and depends on each other—including summer residents and renters—much more than you depend on your neighbors back home. If you leave the place on Sheep Thief Gulch without feeling entirely composed and relaxed, you are unquestionably beyond all hope.
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Aug 2016
Sea, Sky, Forest, Time: Redux
This was our second stay at Gerry and Gray's home on Isle au Haut. We first stayed there for one week in 2012. As you can see from our first review, we were enamored--so much so that we decided to book two weeks for our second stay. While we had utterly relaxed during our first stay, we suspected that a longer stay would be qualitatively different, and it was. What you'll find when you arrive is that your pace changes. Whatever your preoccupations the week before you arrive, you'll invariably find that they've become remote within hours after you've settled in--the setting of Gerry and Grady's home takes over. It's impossible not to relax once you're there. What was our routine? Some of us woke early to take an early-morning swim in Long Pond, a five-minute walk from the house. Others stayed close by to sit on the deck, to watch the light change from one moment to the next on the water. Others took hikes to promontories where the surf pounded below against the granite shoreline. (Take the "Thunder Gulch" trail, just south of the house. Another favorite was the "Seal Trap" trail on the other side of the island.) Yet others gathered wild blueberries and raspberries for breakfast and after-dinner crostatas. And then? Leisurely days of hiking, reading, relaxing, and cooking in the well-appointed cook's kitchen that is also enhanced by ocean views, and a garden that offers up fresh herbs. These are the pleasures of Grady and Gerry's place. Equally pleasurable are the people of the island and the things to do. Yoga at the community center. Searching among the shelves of the library on a rainy (or sunny) day. Stocking up at the store, through which everything and everyone on the island passes. (You'll hear the latest about people you don't even know.) Buying lobster at the gift shop--yes, the gift shop--where you'll be asked if you want hard shell lobsters or "shedders," and where you'll find a world map that invites you to color in an "x" for your home town. A lobster roll and/or a homemade ice cream sandwich from the "Lobster Lady." We loved every moment of living, for a brief time, in such a close-knit community, where everyone appreciates how precious this island is, and we cannot wait until we return—which will be as soon as possible, and for as long as possible.
10.0
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Sep 2016
This house is simply lovely. Presumably, you are considering a vacation on Isle au Haut because you appreciate the restorative power of smelling the salt air, listening to the waves on the rocks, and watching light shimmer on the water. This house is so wonderfully designed that, though it is modern and offers every comfort you might want, it does not interfere with your senses. If you go, do yourself a favor and rise early enough to see the first light and sunrise. The kitchen is great! Order fish from the store--we had tuna steaks, haddock, lobsters purchased from the fisherman, and crab meat from a great market in Stonington, and every dinner was fun to cook and almost obscenely delicious. I do believe we each would have gained weight, had it not been for the hiking, canoeing and biking.Word to the wise: if you bring a bike, don't allow hubris to let you leave your helmet at home. There is loose gravel and some challenging asphalt; the up-hills aren't for the terribly out of shape and the down-hills aren't for sissies.Great hikes are Thunder Gulch and Black Dinah. We walked to Duck Harbor campground from the edge of the park, and it was nice to walk on the road. The campground area is stunning. All of the Island residents we met were warm and friendly. If you are feeling the weight of the world, consider a week here. The combination of silent starry nights, striking sunrises, and the freshest of air, could, I believe, unwind a corkscrew.
This house is simply lovely. Presumably, you are considering a vacation on Isle au Haut because you appreciate the restorative power of smelling the salt air, listening to the waves on the rocks, and watching light shimmer on the water. This house is so wonderfully designed that, though it is modern and offers every comfort you might want, it does not interfere with your senses. If you go, do yourself a favor and rise early enough to see the first light and sunrise. The kitchen is great! Order fish from the store--we had tuna steaks, haddock, lobsters purchased from the fisherman, and crab meat from a great market in Stonington, and every dinner was fun to cook and almost obscenely delicious. I do believe we each would have gained weight, had it not been for the hiking, canoeing and biking.Word to the wise: if you bring a bike, don't allow hubris to let you leave your helmet at home. There is loose gravel and some challenging asphalt; the up-hills aren't for the terribly out of shape and the down-hills aren't for sissies.Great hikes are Thunder Gulch and Black Dinah. We walked to Duck Harbor campground from the edge of the park, and it was nice to walk on the road. The campground area is stunning. All of the Island residents we met were warm and friendly. If you are feeling the weight of the world, consider a week here. The combination of silent starry nights, striking sunrises, and the freshest of air, could, I believe, unwind a corkscrew.
Häufig gestellte Fragen
Der Durchschnittspreis für eine Anmietung in Maine beträgt EUR 211 pro Nacht. Diese Miete liegt EUR 293 über dem Durchschnitt.
Ja, das Parken ist als Ausstattungsmerkmal bei Das einzigartige Meer und die Uferpromenade bieten Privatsphäre, Luxus und Erholung aufgeführt. Für weitere Informationen empfehlen wir Ihnen, sich mit dem Anbieter der Unterkunft in Verbindung zu setzen, um zu erfahren, wo Sie parken können.
Wir haben keinen Pool gefunden, der als Ausstattungsmerkmal für diesen haus aufgeführt ist. Es kann sich lohnen, noch einmal zu prüfen, ob ein Pool für Ihren Aufenthalt wichtig ist.
Ja! Diese haus ist haustierfreundlich. Für weitere Informationen empfehlen wir Ihnen, sich mit dem Buchungsanbieter in Verbindung zu setzen.
Wir haben 5 Ausstattungsmerkmale für diese Unterkunft gefunden. Dazu gehören haustiere erlaubt, küche/kochnische, internet/wlan, parkplatz und waschmaschine.