MooseSqueak Log Cabins sits atop a hill overlooking the ocean, West Quoddy Head State Park, and Grand Manan Island. It is located just 1/2 mile from the Lubec Sand Bar nature preserve -- a mile long sandy beach to explore! West Quoddy Head Lighthouse and State Park are just 2 miles down the road. The cabin's deck and a wall of glass in the living room showcase lovely views of the landscape, ocean, and crashing surf off West Quoddy Head. The interior open concept of the cabin is bright and clean and nicely decorated with woods and water themes. The loft has a king bedroom and a balcony sitting area with water views. The sitting area has a fold out futon sofa. There is additional sleeping downstairs on the sofa/fold out. The cabin has all the amenities to make your stay comfortable – fully equipped kitchen, TV with satellite, Internet, phone, and more! Sleeps 4 comfortably. All bed and bath linen provided. Turn over day is Saturday.
Lubec is home to the West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, at the easternmost point of land in the contiguous U.S. The Down East area showcases nature at her finest. Whales, eagles, osprey, moose, and bear inhabit the region. During migration season, whales pass close enough to be seen from shore! Local whale and puffin tours provide the opportunity to observe nature up close and personal. Beach roses, wild iris, and beach peas line the pristine shoreline. The area is host to three state parks, two international parks, a national wildlife refuge, and several nature preserves, all of which offer a variety of well maintained hiking trails. The area is rich in history—the first naval battle of the Revolutionary War was fought in nearby Machiasport. Maine's own "Cannery Row" lined the waterfronts of Lubec and Eastport with sardine canning factories. You'll find it all here—rich history, spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, and friendly people. You won't find pollution, crowds, or traffic jams.