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Clean, Private Getaway on Midcoast Maine Farm

Umbungazi oveleleWoolwich, Maine, i-United States
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Built in 2016 on Marjorie Farm's 230-year-old property, the Crow's Nest offers a private, well-appointed retreat in a rustic setting. Enjoy loft ceilings and abundant light in this meticulously renovated 2nd floor of our barn.

It's a perfect "home base" for solo adventurers, couples, and families who want to take advantage of all Midcoast Maine has to offer while relaxing slightly off the beaten path. Close to beaches, shopping, restaurants, hiking, museums, and farmers' markets.

Indawo
The property’s main farm house was built in 1790—when George Washington was president! Later, the owners expanded the kitchen and added a new section of the house plus the deck. The barn and driveway were then added. In 2015, Nina and Ian bought the property and named it Marjorie Farm (after Nina’s grandmother). Nina’s parents, Beth and John, then built the Crow’s Nest above the barn in 2016. They wanted a place to stay when visiting their two adorable grandchildren.

This 500 sq. ft. living space is a perfect size and has everything efficiently laid out! The western-facing windows give excellent light and gorgeous views of the woods. You'll be a short distance from canoeing streams, hiking trails, beaches, restaurants & shopping, historic and tourist sites in Bath, Brunswick, Wiscasset, Phippsburg, Damariscotta, Boothbay Harbor, and more.

Ukungena kwesivakashi
Please stick to the driveway and walkway to the Crow's Nest - we love having guests at The Crow's Nest but also value privacy around the rest of our farm. At this time, we are not offering tours of the animals or garden due to social distancing requirements. Thanks!

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*** COVID 19-RELATED INFO ***
Our cleanliness reviews speak for themselves, but we've also added deep-cleaning procedures as required by AirBnB. We've also implemented mandatory 2-day vacancy periods in between each guest.

- Normally we take guests up to see the space, but right now we're doing all self-checkins and maintaining all CDC-mandated rules for social distancing.

- We ask guests to please stick to the driveway/walkway area, as the rest of the farm is currently off limits. Normally we're happy to give garden and animal tours, but sadly those are suspended for the moment.


*** THIS IS A SAFE SPACE ***
For you and your family, regardless of race, religion, orientation, gender, or identification...if you come with love, we would love to host you.


*** RURAL EXPECTATIONS AND NEIGHBORHOOD SOUNDS ***
Although our farm is located in beautiful (and often calm) midcoast Maine, some folks have been surprised to learn that the country is not entirely silent! We live on what passes for a "main" road (albeit 2-lane), so you WILL hear some car noise and the occasional loud vehicle. "Rush hour" sounds can be more noticeable around 5-6am when the shipbuilders are making their way into Bath Iron Works, and when union workers go home in the 3-4pm range.

We have multiple roosters on the property. You likely won't notice them much before 7am when they're still in their coop, but after that you will hear them on and off throughout the day. Our neighbors have dogs and ducks. We also live in an area with a lot of hunting activity, so especially during the months of August-December you're likely to hear occasional shots in the woods. You may see a mouse. You may hear squirrels in the eaves. None of these sounds are constant, and we do provide a white noise maker to help with night sleep, but we find it best to set expectations so our guests understand what a "real" rural retreat is like.

This is also a working farm. While the entrance to the Crow's Nest through the barn workshop is private, lockable, and we never enter the space without guest permission, you may hear us pulling our vehicles in and out of the barn or preparing livestock feed. We get occasional deliveries of firewood, propane, soil, lumber, and hay. During the growing season (April-October), you'll likely notice us working in the garden behind the barn. And we have children that play outside. As much as we want our guests to have a relaxing and peaceful stay, we also need our guests to understand that work (and family life) does go on here...and that the countryside is a shared space between the human community and its animal residents.


*** THIS IS A SUSTAINABLE PLACE ***
We recycle and compost. We use recycled, non-bleached paper products, reusable cleaning cloths, and as many "green" cleaning products as possible. We follow sustainable permaculture practices for our crops and animals, provide wildlife and pollinator habitats, and cultivate deep relationships with the land.


***IMPORTANT BED INFO ***
While the bed in the bedroom is a queen (with a luxurious Tempur-Pedic mattress!), the living room "sleeper sofa" is more like a twin-sized futon. So, it's great for 1 adult or 2 small children, but would be pretty challenging to fit 2 adults unless they are petite and quite...cuddly. ;)


*** A/C INFO ***
Please note that at this time we do NOT have air conditioning available at the Crow's Nest. We do supply several box, bedside, and ceiling fans, but during the summer months it can get quite hot. Night time temperatures are usually manageable (we don't have A/C in our main house either), but please take temperature and humidity into consideration when choosing dates for your trip. Mid-late July is typically the most prone to heat waves.


*** LONG-TERM STAY REQUESTS ***
Our (nearly 50%) discounted monthly rate is $1500, and this includes:

- All utilities (WiFi, water, hear, electricity, and backup generator in case of power outage)

- Fresh towels and sheets delivered every 2 weeks (we can collect dirty linens also, but will leave them to sit out for 3 days before washing them)

- Close proximity to a local farm (Goranson, 9 minutes away) for you to purchase fresh produce and other items from

- 10 minutes from the town of Bath which, for the moment, is offering a good deal of curbside pickup of takeout food

- You'd be welcome to ship additional items here from Amazon, etc. as long as you let us know if/when you're expecting deliveries
Built in 2016 on Marjorie Farm's 230-year-old property, the Crow's Nest offers a private, well-appointed retreat in a rustic setting. Enjoy loft ceilings and abundant light in this meticulously renovated 2nd floor of our barn.

It's a perfect "home base" for solo adventurers, couples, and families who want to take advantage of all Midcoast Maine has to offer while relaxing slightly off the beaten path. Clo…
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The Crow's Nest is close to:

Bath & Brunswick farmers' markets
Popham Beach & Reid State Parks
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Red's Eats
canoe & kayak rental
fabulous and diverse restaurants
fishing
antiques
hiking trails
Monstweag Flea Market
shopping
local crafts
Maine Maritime Museum
Nequasset Lake
Boothbay Railway Village
Maine Narrow Gauge Railway Museum
The Crow's Nest is close to:

Bath & Brunswick farmers' markets
Popham Beach & Reid State Parks
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Red's Eats
canoe & kayak rental
fabulous and di…

Ibungazwe ngu-Nina

Ujoyine ngo-Septhemba 2014
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Digital marketer + branding consultant, OCD gardener, Maine homesteader and food experimentalist, with a dash of rock and roll cowboy.
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  • Ian
  • Beth
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We both work at home, so at least one of us is usually home at any given time. The best way to reach us is by text. We'll send our numbers along when you make a reservation!

You'll find a printed Crow's Nest manual inside the apartment with all the information you should need, including area recommendations, but please feel free to text to email with any additional questions!
We both work at home, so at least one of us is usually home at any given time. The best way to reach us is by text. We'll send our numbers along when you make a reservation…
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