Cheerful bedroom in a large Falmouth house

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Cheerful bedroom and bath in a large house in the town of Falmouth, Maine, located on a private wooded lot. 5 minutes from Portland and 3 mi away from Falmouth center and shopping. Other areas to enjoy are open concept living room, spacious kitchen, dining room, study room, gym and a large private deck. Hot coffee will be available in the morning, along with fruit, bagels, hot and cold cereal, juice, yogurt, English muffins, jams and jellies and occasional freshly baked creations

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The bedroom is tastefully decorated and has queen sized bed, closet, small desk, chest of drawers and chaise lounge. Towels and washcloths will be provided. This room has a shared bath with one other room. Toiletries and all necessities will be provided. Breakfast items will be available for you in the morning

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Near the house:
• Mackworth Island in Falmouth is a nice island walk and is just a couple of miles from Portland, and a short drive from the house. The island is connected to land via a road, parking is usually available.
• Gilsland Farm Audubon Center in Falmouth contains tree lined trails and views of water.
Lighthouses and Beaches:
• Bug Light and SpringPoint Light in South Portland. This is a perfect place to view Casco Bay and the Portland City scape.
• Portland Head Light is a spectacular view and the most visited lighthouse in Maine. It is a nice park with a cliff walk in which you can see a half dozen or so light houses. There are highly rated fresh lobster roll food trucks as well as ice cream vendors.
• Kettle Cove and Crescent Beach. This is a cute little cove with a great homemade ice cream stand. The cove has lobster boats off shore and is at the northern edge of Crescent Beach. Crescent Beach is long and friendly and has a snack bar there and bathrooms. There is admission unless you walk on from Kettle Cove.
Tours:
• Mailboat Tour is perhaps the best bang for your buck if you have about 3 hours to kill and want to see a dozen or so islands, briefly stop on an island and see a bunch of lighthouses. It is about 16 dollars and lasts about 3 hours with sometimes a commentary about the island life as you drop the mail and provisions off to the island dwellers. They leave promptly at 10 every day.
• Ghost Tours are always fun wherever you are visiting and the Portland tour is just as fun. They meet at the ferry terminal and take you on a ghost tour of the city for an hour or two. These tours are generally at night.
• Duck Tours are, what can I say, goofy but fun.
• Local Sailing: Sail the Nautilus for a nice cruise around the harbor, Casco Bay and the light houses.  Capt. Nick restored this beautiful 37' ketch and invites small groups out for morning, afternoon and sunset sails.  It is pretty short money for going sailing, actually sailing, on a boat, and not just a passenger on tour.  
• Peaks Island ferry. The island hosts a few restaurants and ice cream stands but besides that it is a nice quiet island that has bikes to rent and a ferry that shuttles people on the hour. P.s. you can rent go-karts there.
• Stroll the town: If you want a good taste of the Old Port, start around the ferry terminal, follow Commercial St. towards the shops and on Moulton take a right, left on cobble stoned Warf St., right on Union, right on Fore, left on Exchange, left on Middle for a block. When you see the bronze statue of a man shaking hands with a lobster, across the street is a pedestrian walk which brings you to Monument Square. Follow Congress St. up ( to the left) as far as you want to go. Also, try parking at the Eastern Prominade and walk along the narrow gage railroad tracks along the water. Another stroll I like is parking at the Western Prominade and walk around admiring the beautiful huge historic houses. It is a wonderful way to get exercise and see nice houses.
Food and Drinks:
• David's 388: This has been my favorite restaurant for over a decade. If you are in the mood for a reasonably priced romantic restaurant that smells of freshly baked bread, garlic, and rosemary this is the place for you. It is quiet, romantic and delicious. My favorites there are duck, filet mignon and the osso bucco. They have a great wine menu to accompany the meat, fish and homemade pasta dishes. I also recommend the brussel sprouts and garlic, rosemary, and truffle fries.
• Suggested Lobster place: Lobster Shack at Two Lights in Cape Elizabeth. You can have great casual seafood there on park benches overlooking the ocean with a couple of lighthouses for backdrops. Pretty reasonably priced for being able to sit at a table, outside, next to the ocean, and a famous lighthouse behind you.
• Porthole: This is a fun kitschy place on the water in Portland. Great food, big food, good drinks, big deck, music on weekends. One word, vintage.
• Blyth and Burrows: Nice bar with a second hidden speakeasy bar if you can find it. Hint: Wait for a local to approach one of the book cases and suddenly disappear.
• Duck Fat: They cook their fries in duck fat and you can dip them in gravy. Everything else is pretty darn delicious as well.
• Becky’s Diner: Yes, I know it is a diner, but it is a kitschy, old school, friendly, big awesome food, cheap prices type diner. So, you are in a historic working port town in New England. It seems fitting to eat there along with all the locals. Also vintage.
• Commercial Street: Pretty much any seafood restaurant you try will have fish that was caught that morning. All awesome, none are bad.
• 300+ Portland: There are over 300 restaurants in Portland. They are all great in their own way and all worth trying depending on what you are in the mood for and willing to pay.
• Portland has a dozen or so breweries. There are old school breweries that have been around and established for a while and are all good. The newer ones have a hipper vibe and more creative and tasty beers. I like Foulmouthed and Liquid riot but there are so many others.
• Room Restaurants: Grill Room, Front Room, Corner Room. They are kind of pricey but the kind of pricey you are ok with, because after you finish you will begrudgingly say, yeah that was worth it. These are not flash-in-the-pan foo foo restaurants. They really hit it out of the park every time
• Boda: Just a cool hip restaurant that serves unique and yummy small plate dishes. Nice atmosphere and bar.
• Dive Bar: Ruskies is the best dive bar in Portland. Big food, cheap prices. Everyone is pretty friendly there. Breakfast, lunch or dinner all day. Seriously big good food. Not joking about that.
Entertainment:
Old Port: In the Old Port, it seems every other building has outside carousing and music. Just walk around until you hear something you like and go in. My favorite is still the Porthole.
There are a lot of free outdoor concerts and activities all summer, check the calendar.
Rainy Day Events:
• Portland Museum of Art
• Freeport outlets and LL Bean flagship store
• The Maine mall shopping
Day Trips:
• Portsmouth, NH: One of the prettiest port towns in America. It is just gorgeous.
• Newburyport, MA: One of the other prettiest port towns in America. Yup, just as gorgeous as Portsmouth. Caution, if you visit both towns in one day you are going to want to move to New England.
• Kennebunkport ME: If it is good enough for a president.
• Old Orchard Beach, ME: Legend has it a mermaid made love to a biker bar and from that came Old Orchard Beach. Beautiful beach, honky tonk town. Just kidding about the legend.

Traveling North:
If you are traveling North, like to Bar Harbor, I would suggest taking 295 to Brunswick and then picking up Rt 1. I love driving Rt. 1 and Rt. 1A but there is a lot of slow-moving traffic and lights between Portland and Brunswick. You would be missing LLBean but you are in Maine but just look around, we are like a walking LLBean catalog in this state.
After and including Brunswick you are just going to hit one cute, adorable town after another. Highlights are Rockland, Camden and Belfast.
Personal note: As much as I like Boothbay Harbor as it is cute and quaint. It is very small and if you are pressed for time, I am not sure it is worth the long drive off Rt. 1 to get there. You are going to dive through a bunch of cute coastal towns right on Rt. 1, there is no real need to drive an hour out of your way to see another one. The extra time you get visiting Camden will make up for it.
Traveling South:
If you are traveling south, feel free to hit any of the cute towns in Maine while traveling south like Kennebunkport and Ogunquit but when you hit Portsmouth NH you should stop and visit that town. It is great. From the center of that town, after you have visited because it is really nice, take Rt. 1B out of town, which will take you on a short drive over some little islands, and by historic forts, historic homes, yacht clubs, and a grand hotel. Rt 1B is short just a few miles and it will bump into Rt. 1A. I know at this point you are off the highway but this excursion will only take an extra half hour than taking the highway and it will be worth it. Take a left on Rt. 1A south which travels along the coast with ocean views, beaches and cliff drive to your left and big mansions to your right. You will travel along until you hit Newburyport MA. You should visit that town as well. It is beautiful. After that drive hop back on the highway and continue your journey.
Traveling on West:
I don’t usually go inland so you are on your own

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