Quidnet Island Cottage is a restored 1920's WATERFRONT home, located on the Piscataqua-- on Badger's
Island, Kittery Maine. This is just acrost the Piscataqua river separating New
Hampshire from Maine. Yes, this Waterfront
home tucked away on the ocean side of the bridge and is minutes from the best dining in New England! Most
vacationers walk to dinner!! Five minute walk to a free hourly shuttle that takes you into to Portsmouth and back
Hidden away on the East side of the Island, this Waterfront home has expansive views of Portsmouth,
Strawberry bank, Prescot Park and, on the Piscataqua River, the Naval shipyard and the Back Channels of
Seavey's Island. The property enjoys substantial waterfront activity.
There is a Deep Water Mooring accessable by row-boat (please bring
your own skiff for liability reasons) The mooring and dock can accommodate a good sized lobster boat or 36' Sail
boat and is in 6' deep water at normal low tide. Note: use of mooring and water-
dependant activities at your own risk. Vacationers with children,
please note that the house is right on the water!!
Please See our other rental the "Admiral Sheafe House" located in downtown Portsmouth for long term monthly family rental vacation sites!
This unique waterfront location is minutes from Portsmouth, Historic
Strawberry Bank, Prescott Park, and dozens of gourmet restaurants!
Think about a Barbeque on the patio and front yard that gently slopes
to the water. This is a private Hideaway with beautiful lawn and
grounds. From the Dock or Mooring, you are 12 minutes to open Ocean.
The Isles of Shoals and Star Island are just 9 miles offshore, and
whale watching is popular nearby. York, Kennebunkport, Ogunquit are
short drives or boating day-trips. Local Beaches, recreation areas,
and ocean surfing are a short trip. Kayak via the back channels
to Pepperill Cove, Spruce and Chauncy Creeks, and the Rachel Carlson
Preserve, including Brave Boat Harbour, New Castle Island, Wentworth
by the Sea, and Forts Foster, Fort Mcleary, and Fort Stark are living
Up-river is Great Bay (one of the largest inland bays in the country),
the University of New Hampshire, and antique shops you will love.