Our home is located in the quaint village of Cornish, Maine. We are centrally located to many activities and adventures : York Beaches, Portland city life, shopping, dining and sites, N Conway, NH for skiing and shopping, & Boston is 2.5 hours away!
Our Historic Perkin's House, circa 1870, boasts 3 rooms within the main home, as well as a suite located in the renovated carriage house, attached to main home, complete with sliding barn door, which can accommodate families nicely: cozy and quaint town, walk to shops and dining, Cornish offers many festivals, and with proximity to so many other towns and cities, the list of activities is endless. We are a four season town and home! 2.5 hours to Boston, 45 minutes from Portland, 35 minutes to N. Conway. NH. So close to the ski resorts, White Mountain, St. Joseph's College, Bridgton Academy and such beautiful upcoming fall foliage and winter activities! We are close to the snowmobile paths and Cornish has a snow mobile club!!..plenty of room to bring the toys.
****This listing pertains to the Garden Room, which can accommodate two guests. This is an oversized room with a Queen poster bed, complete with comfy bamboo mattress and plush linens, with access to the shared guest bath, located right next to the bedroom. Often, it's a private bath based on stacking of our reservarions.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests have access to kitchen, study, family room, common areas and bath, as well as screened porch, wrap around porches and yard. Pretty much everywhere! We even have access to a 4th floor widows walk, complete with deck..awesome moon and star gazing.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We live on property and we leave the interaction level to our wonderful guests! We are very friendly, having spent the majority of our lives in the South...and we, too, love to travel, and would be more than willing to provide suggestions for your trip!
Weitere wichtige Infos
We have 3 rooms inside main home (3 baths..1 is downstairs)..These rooms all have Queen size beds and themed rooms: The Americano, The Vintage and The Garden. We also have a carriage house with Queen size bed, media area, pullout leather full size sleeper sofa and a small kitchenette. The carriage house can sleep 4 comfortably, the guest rooms max occupancy is 2.
TELEVISION is in the carriage house rental, not the main house bedrooms, however, feel free to use the common area television.
Specialty coffees, syrups and creamers are available.
Breakfast can be an option, if you like. My husband is a wonderful cook, entertaining the idea of culinary studies, prior to his criminal justice degree and police service!
We look forward to hosting you and yours!
Need a ride to and from the airport? We can assist, for a nominal fee, and many of our International guests, and visiting family, have enjoyed this perk. Please arrange prior to arrival!
While we have a Toy Pomeranian on the property, we do not allow pets on the property. No smoking in the home..now, my husband enjoys a good cigar every now and again, so please use the porches or gardens!
My husband and I love to travel. LOVE! I have worked in real estate (many years of HR , as well as fitness , too) and, currently, my husband and I both work in our school district... (Keith is a retired police officer.) We have 1 of our boys still with us in the nest, and he's a 10th grader. We love all kinds of movies and music..yet also enjoy plays and classics. My husband loves to create wonderful cuisine, ride his sports car, and enjoys a good craft beer and cigar... and I love to read, run, decorate and garden!!! We are definately an interesting mix, (and) I love dragonflies, which can be found abundantly throughout our home!! I am originally from Ithaca, NY area and my husband from Columbia, SC. We married on 12-13-14 (easy anniversary to remember) and have moved North from the Greenville, SC area to pursue our dreams of operating a B&B!! Yes, we are retiring to the snow country and HAPPY!! We are looking foward to offering our home and town for you all to enjoy and experience! Life motto: " Life is a journey... not a destination"...