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The Crocker House Country Inn, tucked away on the peninsula of Hancock Point, was built in 1884 and carefully restored in 1986. Its quiet, out of the way location, fine cuisine and individually appointed guest rooms, each with a private bath, all combine to make the Crocker House a refreshing and memorable experience. Since purchasing the Inn in 1980, we have strived to create an environment that is comfortable and rejuvenating. Perhaps the most extraordinary feature of the Inn is its cuisine. While breakfast is reserved for our guests, the dining room is open to the public for dinner.
Cathance Lake Cottage is located on an 850 acre peninsula in the center of Cathance Lake. 746 acres are public reserve land adjoining our land on three sides.This undeveloped track is one of the largest old growth forests in the northeast, and has over 7 miles of water frontage.Cathance Lake spans 3,000 acres and is crystal clear, with deep holes ranging from 50 ft. to over 100 ft. It has excellent salmon, brook trout, and bass fishing.Our cottage has running water and a bathroom with shower. It comes equipped with with an electric range and with a big woodstove in the kitchen. All linens, dishes, utensils, pots, and pans are provided. It also has 2 bedrooms with 4 twin beds and a loft with a double bed.You'll also have a large deck and dock to relax on.Very private location ! We also have 7 Cottages on the Dennys River for your Relaxation & Enjoyment ! Our Guides services are excellent !
231 King Street, Edmunds Twp, ME 04628
Ask for Gladys
Bill Robinson, Registered Maine Guide
Rivendown Farm Cottage is a former artist's studio which has been completely rebuilt and refurbished into open concept living. A restful, quiet, and scenic spot for singles or couples who have stress filled lives, this cottage is ideal for rejuvenation during their time away from the "rest of the world". Visitors to the cottage, located on a hill overlooking the Machias River, will enjoy the changing tides as well as the tranquil and peaceful setting of a meadow filled with wildflowers leading down to the river. From the shore, one can view clearly the village of Machiasport across the Narrows with its church steeple and historical harbor area, including Liberty Hall. Guests may partake in forested areas on the 30-acre property, trails, blueberry fields, a duck and geese nesting area, eagles and hawks, a shoreline walk, native apple trees, kayak/canoe launch and swimming. This location provides fresh air, "at your own pace" existence, solitude, blueberry picking for fresh muffins (in season), cooking your own lobster feast, and sweet water Owned and Operated by: Hugh and Beverly Tailor