Blue Hill Harbor – The Perfect Water-Facing Maine Home

It isn’t the lobster, the pristine oceanic views or amazing sailing, that drives people to Maine. But it has been eyed as the perfect escape for travelers who love to hike in some of the most beautiful and accessible trails in the country. Besides mountain trails, kayaking is another recreational activity Maine is popular for, especially in the spiffy coastal town of Blue Hill, Hancock County. The wide expanse 4,750 acres of wilderness, promise kayakers that they can spend as much time as they want on placid bays without being boggled down by tourist traffic.

Some of many other things that tourists love about Maine’s Blue Hill include the slow-motioned lifestyle amidst water colored vistas, sturdy farmhouses, and gingerbread-trimmed cottage rental. Lobsters, boat-filled harbors, and prolific artisans’ studios are always there to welcome a traveler each time they visit Maine. What more can be added to this amazing vacation to make it next to perfect? Well, how about an amazing waterfront Maine Cabin Rental, which offers a majestic view of expansive lawn, that rolls gently down to Blue Hill Harbor.

Maine vacation RentalsGuests at such a breathtaking Maine Vacation Rental can enjoy a picnic on the magnificent water front, with a shared tidal dock. They can launch their kayaks and canoes from the ramp in the cove. The perfect rental for you in Blue Hill is the recently renovated Waterfield Cottage, placed on the wide expanse 22 acres wide John Peters Estate.

Get in touch with Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals Inc., so you can simply relax on the stone patio on the front overlooking the pond, field, and the majestic Blue Hill Harbor!

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