THE HOUSE: A two-story house with high ceilings and an airy feel on the inside. Large sliders lead to the open deck with views of the luscious green lawn and the river down below. The first floor – Queen-size bedroom, laundry room, and ¾ bathroom. Large living room with comfy leather couches, hardwood floors, flat screen TV, gorgeous wood furniture and a built-in fireplace with wooden mantle and raised hearth. The kitchen opens to the dining area making meal prep an inclusive and social event. The second floor – Master bedroom with queen bed and en-suite full bathroom; opens to a private Juliette deck with seating for two. Third bedroom with one queen bed. Fourth bedroom with two single-size bunk beds. One full bathroom. Sleep sofa in family room sleeps 2, with television, games, and library. Telescope for stargazing through the floor-to-ceiling windows. NOTE: It is a steep walk to and from dock & float, so anyone with mobility or breathing issues should be advised. Please let us know if mobility is an issue for anyone in your party so we can make sure we connect you with the right cottage for your perfect Maine vacation. Bedrooms: (1) Queen, (1) Queen, (1) Queen, (1) Set Single-Size Bunk Beds. Bathrooms: (1) 3/4 bathroom with shower, sink & toilet on the first floor, (1) Full en-suite bathroom with jetted tub, separate shower, sink & toilet on the second floor, and (1) Full bathroom with shower/tub combo, sink & toilet. on the second floor. PETS PERMITTED? Yes, pets are allowed. LINENS & TOWELS INCLUDED? Yes, linens and towels are provided for your stay at no additional cost. Guests will enjoy access to four kayaks at this property, however, we recommend that you bring your own personal floatation devices that are fitted to you; local vendors can help with PFD's, and also offer kayak lessons and guided tours. You will enjoy the magical gardens on this property as much as the stunning views and private dock & float. Accessible via the bridge from Wiscasset, or via boat from just about anywhere, Westport Island is just off Route One, which affords easy access to mid-coast Maine while still giving a sense of remote, peaceful tranquility.