We had a wonderful time in Maine and our stay in Georgia's and Fred's home helped contribute to the memories. Their home is in a fairly secluded location so getting to local eateries does take a few minutes. The house is as pretty in real life as it is in this picture and all the amenities in the listing are as described. One of my favorite features of this home is one of the upstairs bedrooms. Two separate staircases lead upstairs, which are a delight in themselves. This bedroom with a view of the cove has several large windows, a unique round framed window, a bed, antique trunk, rocking chair, two armchairs, and a daybed. A jigsaw puzzle on the table in the sitting room downstairs helped make their home feel like our home. A stocked magazine rack with helpful maps, brochures, and an atlas of Maine with points of interest highlighted is also located in the sitting room. We took two of Georgia's recommended coastal hikes in hopes of glimpsing whales or seals and we saw three seals! Now that was a spectacular highlight! We spent a handful of early mornings sipping coffee on the deck on the back side of the house. This spacious deck, fronting the tranquil cove, has a table and chairs, sling swing, porch swing, and Adirondack chairs. We would definitely stay in this serene 100 year old home in Magical Maine again.