|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
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1849 Farm House on 40+ acres with panoramic views of Midcoast Maine. Fully restored in 2002. Watch the sun rise and set daily from our hill top. Road dead ends at Frye Mountain Game Management area (5,240 ac). Access to ITS snow mobile and ATV trail across the street.
Enjoy the quiet of the farm, or take a 10 minute drive to Belfast Maine or 30 min drive to Camden Maine.
Acadia National Park is about 60 miles away.
First floor has open farm house kitchen (dishwasher, stove/oven, Keurig, microwave, refrigerator/freezer)
Kitchen opens up to deck with views of mountains.
Dining room opens to kitchen
Formal parlor and family room
First floor full bath
First floor bedroom with twin bed.
Outside charcoal Weber grill.
Wood stoves in dining room and kitchen.
Second floor has full bath, laundry room, and 4 bedrooms.
Two bedrooms have full beds.
The other two bedrooms have queen size beds with twin bed in one room.
Towels and sheets provided.
This is a NON SMOKING property. Children must be well supervised.
Rural maine the way life should be...
breath taking sunrise and sunset from a panoramic view of the hills of Midcoast Maine.
a break from the hustle of life.. peaceful and quiet.
Plenty of room for the whole family! Tastefully decorated to feel like home. You will relax when you walk in.
Quaint 1849 farmhouse with 4 chimneys, built in cabinets, lots of charm, wide pumpkin pine floors.
Enjoy watching birds, deer, turkey, eagles etc from this rural area.
What a quaint and lovely home and beautiful property! We created lots of lasting memories for out families!
P.s. The cows are really cute and I saw my first shooting star!....
A family from the corn fields of Iowa
We had a lovely time at Lone Elm Farm. The house was very comfortable for six of us, including my two teens and my 83 year-old mother-in-law who stayed in the small bedroom on the ground floor. There was plenty of room to read and nap and make music, plus the pleasure of the large deck for gazing out over the fields and the Camden Hills. The kitchen was very well stocked and great to work in--everyone could hang out at the bar stools while I cooked. It was uncharacteristically hot for Maine, but the window fans kept cool air circulating at night, so we were quite comfortable. The farm is about 12 minutes from downtown Belfast--an easy drive to restaurants and shops, plus boat rides on the harbor. There's a general store about a mile away in the center of Morril, but not much else. For us it was a peaceful respite from city life.
We spent four wonderful nights at Lone Elm Farm. The panoramic views are beautiful. At night you can see the Milky Way (and satellites) and we were lucky enough to be there to see a meteor shower--amazing. The house was very well equipped and clean-- we had everything we needed for our group of six. My children loved the property --plenty of room to run, roam and explore. The location was terrific for our day trips to Camden, Rockland, the Penobscot region and even Blue Hill. Denise the owner was very helpful and we felt comfortable and welcomed in her home.
Had an amazing stay at the Gorgeous Home, I did not want to leave, Reminded me of my childhood on the Farm, Wish the cows had been there, Walked the paths and got to practically come face to face with a good sized Buck, The sunsets were amazing as well as the sunrises, Def want to come back.
the house and property is beautiful and very well maintained, we arrived on sunday and the house was opened and waiting for us. we were able to take many day trips out and see a lot of the surrounding area there was four couples in our group and we all had a great. would do it again in a heart beat. would recommend this place to anyone
What a fantastic place! We stayed here when visiting from California to do a memorial for our father who passed away recently. It was a very serene, very clean and spacious place for us to hang out as a family and honor our father together. It would be a great place for a family reunion! The grounds are spectacular, the views amazing; we sat out by the fire pit and made Smores. The barn is steeped in history. A quick walk through it takes you back in time. Look closely at the walls... it's phenomenal. When here, you have to visit Young's Lobster Pound in Belfast... it's a classic!
This is by far the best vacation rental we've ever done!
Enjoyed my visit to Belfast/Camden and staying in a absolutely gorgeous farmhouse with beautiful wood floors and all the amenities. The house was very clean and beds were comfortable.
Many wonderful hiking opportunities in Camden Hills State Park, Spectacular scenic vistas, direct access to ATV/Snowmobile trails, cellardoor Winery in Lincolnville,Maine, Ferry to Islesboro Maine,
Direct access to Frye Mountain, downtown Belfast, Camden and Rockland, Maine shopping. Pemaquid lighthouse. Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Fort Knox.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$651|
|Cleaning||A$163 + Tax|
We hope that you enjoy your stay in our home! Sheets and towels provided. Guests expected to launder what they use. Washing machine, dryer and soap on premises.