Cottage By The Sea
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Cottage By The Sea
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Cottage By The Sea Hancock
Travel Blogs from Hancock
... Since it is fall, the azaleas were not in bloom, but we greatly enjoyed this gem of a public garden. This is my favorite type of garden, one that seamlessly blends cultivated plants and maintained garden areas with the existing natural landscape.
We have been emailing with our friend, Janakidevi, this week, following the progress of the birth of a new public garden at our home base at Ananda Center at ...
... her away from her tablet. (Unplugged). Paula did quite well. We paddled as a group of 5 boats out of the harbour. The guide was a bit cautious and would not let us get too close to the rocky cliffs. We saw lots of creatures. Joanna found an eagle, and a cool looking jellyfish while we crossed the bay. This jellyfish is not like I'm used to. It was completely clear, with no stingers. All of ...
Here we are checked in to the Hollywood Slots Hotel after our smooth flight home from NYC. We were up and on the road at 6:30 this a.m. And had a very quick taxi ride to the airport which cost us about $10-$15 less than projected...BONUS! Our flights were good and we arrived in Bangor early...but it seems we left in the fall and returned in the winter! ...
... I parked and found a really cool place for dinner, Route 66 restaurant. Not exactly a Maine theme, but it was really cool looking and the lobster mac and cheese was out of this world! Some of the homes in the downtown historic area were really nice too, I will have to come back when it is not pouring down rain.
Back at the campground I was chilly, and decided to turn the heat on. If you have followed my blogs over the years, you know the story about closing ...
After another beautiful sunrise and breaking down camp in sauna like conditions, we headed to Acadia National Park. Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi and probably still one of the most diverse. Between the pine forests, the coastal mountains and the rocky seashore, there is something there for everyone. Had it not been the 4th of July weekend, and every lodging option within miles sold out, we would have liked to have stayed longer.