Weekly rentals in Summer with both shorter and longer stays in Fall, Winter, and Spring

Seanook Cottage

Seanook is built on its own rocky point sequestered on the shore of Linekin Bay. It is grandfathered so close to the ocean that the tide comes in under and around it. Enjoy this rare historic experience of staying over the water, which is like being on a boat except it doesn't rock.
Seanook Fall

Seanook on Linekin Bay in summer, and open ocean beyond

Seanook Fall

Seanook Winter

Seanook Fall

Seanook on the shore, low tide in Spring

Current Specials

 

 

Seanook draped in summer greenery on the shore of Linekin Bay

Early June at Paradise Cottage

BOOKINGS FOR 2018

Reserve time ahead for 2018 with half the normal deposit completely refundable until January 1, 2018.

 

LONG-TERM (YEARLY) LEASE  at  TIDE WALK

The front of Tide Walk

This cozy cape can be rented with a yearly lease for $1200/month + you pay utilities.

Please call or email us for more information: 207-633-6093 or paradisestudio@roadrunner.com.   We will be happy to
email to you our two brief contracts made out for your chosen dates so that you can mail us a deposit to lock in your special time.
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Recent Blog Posts

June 16, 2017 |

What Keeps Ron Entertained

Here’s a snippet of life in Paradise! Assorted pictures from...

June 6, 2017 |

Views of Spring at Our Place, Paradise Point Road 2017

In spite of the rain we are enjoying an awesome Spring right here on Paradise Point Road, because of glorious days sprinkled between.  Even the cloudy days have been warm enough to work outside, actually perfect for planting.  Please enjoy the link to more  ...

March 4, 2017 |

Blizzard of 2017

Our big February blizzard started on Saturday afternoon, the 11th, went through the night and until of the afternoon of the 12th. Mary Ellen was working on a painting job at Seanook which she had to pursue each day in order to get the requisite number of coats dry before the next guests. So before 9:00 am on Sunday she put on her gaiters, hooded coat, and gloves, and headed out with shovel in hand to dig her way across the street. Right away she was confronted with a large drift on the steps of the shop. Then it was a matter of shoveling enough to decrease the snow depth from hip depth to knee high...

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