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

We will work with you to manage your reservation around COVID-19.

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. Reserve to enjoy this rare historic experience year-round. Four decks, + dock June - October.
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’s sunroom looking across Linekin Bay in early spring with a hint of fog over Murray Hill

Seanook has some time open between October 18 through December 18 and also January through March.  Please check our Availability Calendar for specific dates.  Call us directly if you need a respite.  Your own cabin get-away might be just what you need!  Seanook is the perfect Boothbay vantage point to watch the changing of colors around the bay and migrating wildlife.  Fall rates at Seanook are $245/night or $1700/week; Winter, $190/nt or $1250/week, or $450/three-night special, 2 ppl.

Geraniums love Seanook’s sunroom all winter-long, weekly Maine vacation cabin rental

If you would like a long stay in winter, we have February 7 through March 11 available at Seanook for $1500/mo plus utilities.

View from the middle bedroom at Paradise Cottage 

 Paradise Cottage will revert to weekly rentals in the Spring and Summer 2021, and has two weeks available in July.  Fall is full with long-term renters.  December is open! through May 28, 2021.  You may come for Christmas and New Year’s or longer. Two people, $1400/month including utilities.

Present State guidelines for people from out-of-state are as follows.  Residents of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusett, or people who have already been here for 14 days, do not have to quarantine, but will still have to practice social distancing, mask-wearing, etc.  For people from other states there is an alternative to the two-week quarantine: adults may bring proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to entering Maine. Each group of guests will be required to complete a Compliance Form at check-in.  Below are the quarantine requirements should you choose to NOT be tested.

“Beginning in Stage 3 (July on), out-of-state visitors are allowed to stay in commercial lodging establishments and quarantine there for 14 days. During the 14-day quarantine, visitors cannot go to places with other people like restaurants, stores, and grocery stores, or even pick up take-out. A lodging establishment may arrange for take-out, delivery, or grocery services for the visitors.

Visitors can leave their hotel room or campsite during these 14 days but only for limited outdoor activities such as hiking as long as they are not around other people.  

Visitors can stay in Maine for fewer than 14 days as long as they remain in quarantine the entire stay.”

Consult the Availability Calendar for either cottage by hovering over its name on the white menu bar at the top of each page to show its drop-down menu.  Then CONTACT us directly.  WE DO OUR OWN BOOKING.  We will be practicing contact-less check-in during this period, but still plan to greet you.

QUEBEC: Our winter timeshare week in Quebec is available starting January 3, 2021, at the rate of $550 for the week, if Canada will let us in!  It is a two-bedroom, two-bath condo on the ground level.  The location is close to Mt. St. Anne for downhill skiing and also a world-class cross country ski area, and 20 miles northeast of the old city.  The latter is fairy-tale picturesque, joyously aglow with

Living room in our Club Vacances ground floor condo, 2 Bdrm, 2 Ba, below Mt. St. Anne ski mountain

Christmas decorations, and like a trip to Europe without the flight.  Besides, the restaurant offerings are unbelievable; that and the culture are what we go for!  Also, visit Val Cartier and the ice hotel.  The exchange rate is extremely favorable right now.  Please let us know if you are interested.  Here are some photos to inform you of what you would find there:  https://photos.app.goo.gl/gqiajq3xheZrTMeD8

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Recent Blog Posts

March 28, 2019 |

May I Take You on a Walk through Seanook?

On this bright sunshiny day please join me for a walk around inside Seanook, and looking out!   <a href=”https://photos.app.goo.gl/3FVAvzc6QMu8qPB13“>Click here to...

March 19, 2019 |

Paradise Cottage in Summer

Paradise Cottage, on Paradise Point Road in East Boothbay, has 4 weeks open (July 20 – Aug 16) at the height of summer! Contemplate relaxing water views, nestle into the woods and gardens from the sitting/dining area on the porch, or borrow our kayaks to paddle at the head of Linekin Bay. Quiet and sequestered, yet only 3 miles from Boothbay Harbor. Floor to ceiling windows bring the outside in, or enjoy private outside living. Spring is also an exciting time to visit Mary Ellen’s gardens. The month of April 10 – May 24, 2019 is available at Paradise Cottage for $1400/month. Or two people can come for 3 nights in April ($410), or a...

March 1, 2019 |

Why stay with us?

Seanook from the air on a Fall morning by Jack Keegan Come to relax in the calming environment, or visit and participate in the activities of bustling Boothbay Harbor just three miles away. Our location at the head of Linekin Bay offers you the best of both worlds.  Sequestered at the edge of woods and water, you can enjoy rest from your normal everyday sounds and sights while taking in the view of sparkling water and nature teaming around you, yet be close to gourmet restaurants, the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library, State of Maine Aquarium, events at the Opera House, boat excursions, and varied shops.   Hiking abounds in the area on Boothbay Region...

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