LOCATION: Rockland, Rockland Harbor - Well Appointed And Steps To Downtown
ROOM LAYOUT: 1st Floor- Kitchen with dining area, Living Room, Bedroom with Queen bed and 1 twin bed with en suite tub-shower bathroom
DOGS PERMITTED? Sorry, Dogs are NOT permitted at this property.
Catawamteak is the Abenaki native American tribe name for the area. It means "great landing place". Located on Water Street in Rockland on the edge of the downtown district, this is a nicely appointed rental with views of the harbor. This property is comfortably furnished and is perfect for a couple wanting their own bed & breakfast feel in a private property. It truly is a great landing place.
Walk to the Farnsworth Museum and Wyeth Center. Restaurants, art galleries, and shops just a walk along the Rockland Harbor boardwalk to town or watch the schooners sail into Rockland Harbor.
A sandy beach on Rockland Harbor is located 300 yards from the property.
NOTE: Catawamteak is an off season rental only from the beginning of October to the end of May. The unit cannot be rented as a one bedroom unit in the months of June, July, August or September. The full Waterside Retreat property with all bedrooms and bathrooms accessible is available during those months. If you need more room in the off season, this unit can be expanded by unlocking the door to the upper level to add 2 queen bedrooms each with full en suite bathrooms. The monthly rate is only available when renting the property for 3 consecutive months or longer, otherwise, the weekly rate applies. Some consideration could be made for rental pricing for rentals less than 3 months, but longer than 3 weeks - inquiry.CLICK HERE to view the Waterside Retreat listing for additional photos, rates and availability.
Cleaning Fee: Not Required
Security Deposit: The owner of this property does not require a security deposit for short stays of 28 days or less, however, for longer term stays an $800 refundable security deposit is required.
Utilities Included: On stays of 28 days or less paying the weekly rate all utilities are included. Stays longer than 28 days all utilities are included with the exception of heat. Guests would be responsible for heat costs.
Rate Policies: Rates are subject to change without notice depending on length of stay. To qualify for the advertised monthly rate of $800 per month a minimum 3 month lease is required. Additionally, a one time 3% agent service fee based on the entire rental amount over the period of the lease will be charged at the start of the rental.
Linens & Bath Towels: Yes, one set of bed linens and one bath towel set for each guest are included (beds are made up prior to guest arrival) Cleaning: The property will be professionally cleaned before and after the rental. Above normal cleaning charges will be billed to guest at $30 per hour Washer & Dryer: Yes - shared with a neighboring long-term lease apartment Dishwasher: Yes Air Conditioning: The central AC system is deactivated in the off-season Heat Source:Furnace Usable Fireplace: No Outdoor Fire Pit: No Internet Access: Wi-Fi Internet TV: Yes, with basic cable service Grill: Shared propane gas grill Trash Removal Service : Included with rental Water Source : City Water, OK to drink from tap Closest Shopping Village: Rockland, the property is right on the edge of the city center Number of Restaurants within 10 Miles: 30 Plus Water Frontage: No Beach Access: Yes, public 300 yards away Dock/Pier Access: Yes - Public 100 yards away Property Good For Fisherman: No Owner Boats Included?: No
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* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.
Rockland Harbor is home to more windjammers than any other port in the country, as well as is the largest town on Penobscot Bay with great shopping, restaurants, and art to view. Owls Head is a sandy beach town just to the south, and South Thomaston is a rural fishing community just south of that.
Still rooted in its historic past, Rockland's downtown is a designated National Historic District, with vivid examples of Italianate, Greek Revival, and Colonial architecture. Here you'll find a small city experiencing a renaissance, anchored by the first-class Farnsworth Art Museum and the Wyeth Center. Home to a substantial collection of Wyeth family artworks, the Farnsworth is one of the finest regional art museums in the country, with a specialized collection focusing on Maine's role in American art. Today, Main Street is filled with boutique shops, galleries, and a delightful array of gourmet restaurants and quaint coffee shops. Rockland is the retail center of Mid-Coast Maine.
Rockland Harbor is home to more windjammers than any other port in the country. Over a dozen historic schooners sail these waters just as they did a century ago. Offering weeklong excursions as well as daytrips around the islands of Penobscot Bay, the sight of schooner sails on parade past the historic Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is a vision to behold.
Rockland has been called the "Lobster Capital of the World"—both for its importance to the East Coat lobster industry and for the world famous Maine Lobster Festival, now in its 57th year. No trip here is complete without a Maine lobster dinner—fresh from local waters and easy on your wallet. The lobster boat fleet is an important part of the area's heritage and economy, and a scenic treasure as well. Rockland also boasts a thriving music scene, capped each year with the North Atlantic Blues Festival that fills the waterfront and downtown with the blues every July.
Shipbuilding, commercial fishing, granite quarrying, and lime kilns represent a major part of Rockland's economic history and have left a lasting mark on the area.
Residential and scenic Owls Head, originally part of South Thomaston, became a town in 1921. Some say the name was coined by sailors who observed the tall headland and imagined a resemblance to the neck and head of an owl. Others claim the name was derived from the Native American word Mecadacut, meaning "owls head". Popular with photographers, Owls Head Light was built in 1825 as an entrance beacon to Rockland Harbor. Birch Point Beach State Park, Crescent Beach, Crocketts Beach, and Lucia Beach offers the most sandy swimming beaches in the Penobscot Bay Region.
South Thomaston is a scenic peninsula community south of Rockland and Thomaston, and adjacent to Owls Head. It's comprised of three primary villages and several distinct sections: the town center, known locally as the "Keag" (pronounced "Gig") after the reversing tidal Weskeag River that flows through it; Spruce Head; and Spruce Head Island, a major lobstering port. Businesses include lodging facilities, a campground, seasonal cottage/vacation rentals, stores, art galleries, small shops, and oceanfront and open air seafood dining in the summer season.
No Smoking is permitted anywhere on or inside of any of our rental properties nor are those who may partake in tobacco smoking allowed to occupy any of our properties.
Occupancy may not exceed what is posted for each home. Maximum occupancy could include infants and children.
Boat Rentals and other amenities offered through On the Water in Maine Inc. are not available at all the properties we offer for rent. Boat Rentals through Maine Watercraft Rentals Inc. are offered Sunday morning to Friday after 4pm and include free delivery to the property. Check with an agent to find out what boats are available to rent at this property, or, when you process the booking here online, only the boats available for the property will be listed as available to rent.
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