Availability

The 1820's and Sea Captain's Home at the head of Sand Cove
The 1820’s and Sea Captain Homes at the head of Sand Cove five minutes from Acadia National Park at Schoodic

This summer 2019 season we are excited to be offering the opportunity for families and friends to make block bookings of our two buildings, for their exclusive use, for week long getaways in the wonder and serenity of Acadia’s Schoodic Peninsula. Please review our availability calendar below and contact us using our e-mail form requesting specific dates or call us directly at 207 963 5557 for reservations. Since our availability is changing minute by minute we recommend reaching out at your earliest opportunity since we are booking up quickly for our season at this time. Since many weeks in 2019 are already booked we have opened reservations also for 2020. Thank you.

Please note the Sea Captain’s home can accommodate a maximum number of 22 and the 1820’s Home a maximum of 15 guests. We often have many larger parties visiting the property that book both buildings together to accommodate a maximum of 37 guests.

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Historic 1820’s Home
Sea Captains House

2019 Weekly Rates

Historic 1820’s Home: May 4th – May 23rd $5075 pw. May 24th – June 29th $7665 pw. July 6th – August 30th $9765 pw. August 31st – October 15th $7665 pw

Sea Captain’s House: May 4th – May 23rd $7665 pw. May 24th – June 29th $9065 pw. July 6th – August 30th $9765 pw. August 31st – October 15th $9065 pw

A $600 cleaning fee, Maine State Lodging Tax and $1000 refundable security deposit is added to each reservation. Weekly rentals are from arriving Saturday after 4 pm and departing Saturday by 10 am. Special arrangements in some instances can be made for shorter stays that are prorated at the weekly rate.

Reservation Request

We look forward to welcoming you to our 200 acre property and our spectacular part Acadia National Park and the wonderful of the coast of Maine. Thank you