Long-term and short-term rental available through the winter. Contact for long-term rates. New, 1 bedroom guest suite/apartment, ground level, stand alone building. Located on a quiet street in a thriving arts community. This property is licensed for short-term rentals through the City of Rockland, permit #STR17-37.
This is a quiet and private apartment that has been newly renovated. It has a light filled open living area with a kitchen, eating area, a couch that pulls out to a full size bed, new solid bamboo tongue & groove floors. Kitchen offers full size appliances and all accessories for cooking. Bathroom is completely new with a decent sized shower and tile floor. Bedroom consists of a queen size bed, bureau, 2 night-stands, closet, ceiling fan, and egress door in case of emergencies. Suite is wired with smoke and CO2 detectors. There is a TV with a Smart DVD player but no regular TV service. Guests have their own entrance through an entryway with a coat closet. Off street parking, internet, walk to everything.
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I would love to assist you with your travel plans, help you figure out where to eat, what to do, etc. On the other hand, I will respect your privacy and have little contact if you wish. It's up to you. If you find the apartment does not have something that you need, just let me know.
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While staying at the Willow Suite you are only 1.5 blocks from Main St., and the ferry and bus terminals. The Antique Marketplace is just around the corner. An award winning breakfast awaits you only 2-blocks away at Home Kitchen Cafe, just past Dunkin Donuts. Also, an easy walk to the natural foods store and other fabulous restaurants offering locally caught seafood, grass-fed beef, organic local-grown veggies, as well as Japanese and Mediterranean fare. Find a Happy Hour at traditional pubs like Rock Harbor Micro Brewery or Waterworks Pub, or more urban or upscale places such as In Good Company Wine Bar or FOG Bar and Restaurant.
This is an ideal location to enjoy everything Rockland has to offer, plus only 8 miles to Camden. Downtown Rockland offers cultural experiences through galleries, museums, live music, theater, and restaurants. Stroll the small unique shops to discover items from Maine-made crafts to boutiques offering well-known brands. Also, very close to other city amenities; train station, library, fitness center, yoga studio, parks, sand beaches and boardwalk.
This is a non-smoking, no pet accommodation. Please leave your outside shoes in the entry. Nothing is to leave the apartment so plan accordingly for such things as beach towels or picnic supplies. We recycle almost everything; box board, plastics, paper, metal, and glass, and have a return policy on all drink containers. Please, please, please be considerate of our natural resources; electricity and water consumption, and be considerate of the neighborhood and the impact that comings and goings, lights and noise can create. Tidy up and straighten up after yourself before departing.
I began visiting Maine in the mid 1970's during summers off from school. As soon as I graduated from high school I moved up. I've lived here since 1979, having migrated from Long Island, NY. I travel quite a bit as an adventurer, motorcycle enthusiast, and fine art photographer. I've lived in other places for short periods of time but I live in Maine by choice.
I feel blessed every time I'm out enjoying the area with a ferry ride across the bay to one of the islands, or sailing with friends, or hiking inland trails, or swimming in the fabulous lakes, or motorcycling down to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Anything that gets you outside will be a worthwhile endeavor. The views are breathtaking and to be out in it is what I consider living life.
The community here has a lot to offer. I enjoy yoga, dance, concerts, and seeing live music whenever I can. I'm an African drummer and our group performs on stage, in parks, and at street fairs. Being a fine art photographer I enjoy our thriving artist community and the culture that it brings to the area. Speaking of culture, it is only recently that we have such a wide variety of cuisine options - another thing that I am grateful for.
I love living in coastal Maine and I hope to have the opportunity to assist you in your travel experience here.