Enjoy a restful night in a cozy cabin on 14 tranquil acres. Wake up to the sounds of nature with coffee/tea and a few breakfast options. Great central point for Maine explorers or travelling to and from Canada, Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, Acadia National Park, Mid-Coast Maine, Hermon Mtn. skiing and Greater Bangor area. Tucked into the woods and convenient to I-95 but far enough away to escape - whether just passing through or using as a hub, Stonecrop Meadow is the perfect nature retreat.
Newly refurbished 180SF private room with plush queen bed, dresser with mirror, closet space, and chair. The cabin is smoke and pet free. Ideal for those vacationing, visiting family and friends or business travel. Shared bath with shower. This guest room has sliding glass door onto covered porch. Common areas include open living space of living room, dining, and kitchen. Wifi, movie library, variety of games available.
Guests may utilize all common areas in the cabin (with respect to house rules). There is a small curtained utility, laundry, and loft access area next to kitchen for host use only. Relax, read, play games, look out at nature, etc.. You are welcome to utilize space in the refrigerator.
Wandering the grounds, meadow, gardens, and taking advantage of nature trails is encouraged.
Interakcija s gostima
I think of the property as a nature sanctuary which I refer to as Stonecrop Meadow. I may be found spending nights in the cabin loft or camping under the stars. Either way, I try to personally greet as many guests as reasonably possible to make the acquaintance and answer any questions. When available, I look forward to preparing a hot breakfast and the opportunity to learn and share more about ways to make your journey more enjoyable. I've lived both in the Acadia National Park and Bangor regions for many years and am more than happy to share experiences.
Please be respectful of the grounds, and other cabin guests.
Quiet hours between 11:00 pm and 6:00 am.
No indoor smoking.
Snow tires and/or 4WD are recommended for accessing Stonecrop Meadow during winter months.
A forever young old soul I am. After many years of service in the human services and hospitality industries, I've decided it's time to semi retire and pursue those things that inspire me the most. Enjoying my children, close friends, my cabin in the woods, my gardens, nature, hiking, beaches, campfires on starlit nights, and living life filled with love and compassion.