AN HISTORIC EAST PENOBSCOT BAY
at Herricks Landing on the Shore of Eggemoggin Reach in the Heart of the Blue Hill Peninsula, Brooksville, Maine...Since July 4th, 1889.
Now taking reservations for the 2016 season.
These Maine rental cottages and cabins are perfect for secluded romantic escapes, family vacations, and large family gatherings.
Couples seeking romantic Maine getaways will thrill to the authenticity and comfort offered in our historic summer cottages.
They are clean and made up with fresh, clean linens, pillows, and plenty of towels for your arrival (always). Daily housekeeping is included as is delivery and laying of fresh wood in your fireplace each day during high season.
We offer weeklong stays and shorter stays (with a two night minimumm). We can provide a Welcome Breakfast Basket for an added cost although all cottages and Hostel@Acorn have full kitchens or kitchenettes.
* Now With WiFi & Dogs Welcome in Birches Cottage *
Nestled on 60 acres of oceanfront paradise, this Maine resort offers comfortable relaxed Maine vacation lodging in spacious Maine coast cottages.
This is the quintessential honeymoon destination! Just as have other couples searching
for a honeymoon on the coast of Maine, you'll discover here the honeymoon destination of your dreams. Our natural waterfront, private cottages,
cozy living rooms, comfortable beds, and woodburning fireplaces make this the perfect place for your honeymoon.
Spend your honeymoon here! Ledges Cottage is our favorite for honeymoons. Ask about our bubbly, fruit and chocolate basket.
Our season runs generally from as soon as we can open cottages in mid-April through departures in mid- to late October.
The days and seasons are ever changing.
The colors, hues, wildlife and ocean are spectacular with changes daily. Whether you're looking for a romantic Maine getaway,
a honeymoon in Maine, a family vacation getaway, a family reunion destination, a Maine cottage rental, Maine vacation rentals,
or a Maine coastal bed and breakfast, hotel or motel, stop here first. You'll want to stay. You'll be glad you did and will return.
We're located in the heart of the Blue Hill Peninsula, central to a myriad of activities and an enticing variety of
restaurants, cafes, and roadside stands. Our location is just one of the things that will make your vacation getaway here so much fun.
When it comes to lodging in Maine, Oakland House Cottages by the Side of the Sea offers an experience like no other -
operated by the same family in the same warm tradition of Maine Hospitality since 1889.
While we are very busy there are odd nights when there is one cottage available for a quick and private getaway. Give us a call just to see...207-359-8521 or email: email@example.com more
A recent guest wrote: "Oakland House is in a fabulous location. Grindstone cottage is a wonderful place to stay to wind-down, The cottage is tucked away in the woods, just like the photo. Perfect location, great views from the porch looking down to the sea. Loved it. Already planning a return!! The private beach not only gave us great swimming and wonderful sunsets, but also our own eagle. Hummingbirds and fireflies in the woods. Our eight-year-own loved everything about the place. Everything we needed was waiting for us, even down to a ready-made fire in the hearth." Thank-you for the compliment...Sallyview more
What Other People Say
"Greetings from Flagstaff! We are loving our beautiful cabin, and your wonderful resort." Guest, July 2012.
Thank-you so much...for this special place. We will plan to see you next year. Rick, Beth & Family, October 2012.
"Sea Lullabies-At these Maine properties, let the sound of the waves coax you to sleep and inspire
your dreams...." Yankee Magazine, July/August 2007
2008 Business Person of the Year. "Presented for a lifetime of contributions"...
by the Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.
"The breakfast hour seascape...is incomparably beautiful and incredibly inviting: a paddler's paradise just begging to be experienced..." Maine Sunday Telegram,
"This is old Maine, and long may it last." Sunday Eagle- Tribune, September 25, 2005.