House, 4 Bedroom, 1 Baths, Sleeps 7
About Sarah Dugan
I live on Bainbridge Island in Washington State (across from Seattle by ferry!) with husband and two kids. Where I live now is very similar to North Haven, though unfortunately very far away from it. I grew up spending my summers in North Haven with my grandmother. She originally bought this house. I have fond memories traveling all over the island by myself on my bike and exploring. It is such a wonderful place of peace and beauty. The house is now owned by my mother and aunt, and I help rent it out for them. You most likely will be communicating with me first, and then Laura (my aunt) once you have booked.
What makes this House unique
Bartlett's Harbor is a unique place because of the beach cove. It is quiet, secluded, private and swim-able because of the inner cove. You won't have giant waves thrashing at you. The beach is walk-able, and the harbor is a great place to row, kayak, or windsurf. The deck off our house looks over the harbor and the saltwater marsh and sitting on that deck has brought many generations of my family great peace.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - We have steep antique stairs.We have steep antique stairs.
Max guests: 7
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Tenant needs to dispose of garbage using dump stickers.
Wonderful week on Bartlett's Harbor
We had a great time on North Haven, beautiful week in late summer. The house was plenty warm even though we had a few rainy days and a couple of chilly nights. Very comfortable and accommodating, we brought tons of food and had a great time cooking. Overall, lots of good vibes in this well cared for old house, felt like our stay was just another small addition to many good times that have been enjoyed there. Hope to return next year.
well cared for, convenient, great location, nice kitchen, comfy beds
We really enjoyed our stay at 26 Bartlett Harbor. The house was very comfortable, all the necessities from kitchen supplies to sheets and towels, made our stay easy. The back deck, sitting in a beautiful marsh, facing the beach with enough chairs for all we took advantage of morning, noon and night. The bike rides were spectacular, epic views around every turn. Thank you for sharing your home. Our stay was so memorable!
Peaceful, relaxing and charming
Lovely spot overlooking the marsh and harbor. Great getaway for those looking to get off the beaten path and enjoy time with friends and family.
Restore your nervus system
Willmarsh was exactly as promised, including shooting stars, osprey and bald eagles. House was clean and stocked with everything we needed, including appropriate pots for steaming lobsters and clams and plenty of beach towels. We even located the binoculars so that we could get a close view of a Great Blue Heron atop a tree and a bald eagle hunting for breakfast. The owners were wonderful - start to finish - making sure we had what we needed for an enjoyable stay yet allowing us the privacy and independence to have a magnificent vacation. Only possible downside is the steep stairs with the bathroom on the main floor - a possible hazard for small children or elderly.
The house is located close enough to the island's only grocery store that we could easily grab supplies and a WIFI connection if needed, but far enough away from the village that we had plenty of opportunity to enjoy star shows and bird song. Favorite activities at the house included sitting on the porch, day and night, and feeling all of the stresses and concerns of mainland life melt away. Favorite activities on the island included trips to Turner Farms to see the animals and purchase delicious cheeses and vegetables, trips to the farm on Crabtree Road for homemade honey and sausages and local eggs, kayaking in Pulpit Harbor, looking for sea glass at Mullins Head, walking to Crabtree Point and Community Days (The codfish race was unforgettable!). Also enjoyed cocktails and appetizers at Nebo, as well as a delightful dinner, but if you want to dine there, make your reservation early!
We saw one family in Rockland who didn't understand the system for getting a car on the ferry and ended up having to leave their car (someone drove it on for them the next day). Make sure you understand how it all works!
On the island you can sail, kayak, hike, bike, run, fish, visit other beaches and picnic along with many other activities. Along the roads in Maine are the most beautiful wildflowers and you can pick a bouquet for yourself every day!
In season, there are three wonderful restaurants or you can choose to cook local lobster and other local seafood in our wonderful, fully-stocked kitchen or outside on the barbecue. Dine inside at the large dining table or outside on the porch at sunset. Choose from any of the varied activities or just relax and sit with a book and a glass of wine. Also available are 2 gift shops, a grocery store with wi-fi, a library, a golf course and a community center with plays and recent movies. The island is hopping with visitors in the summer and there is LOTS to do!