The 1842 Bates House 

Eastport, Maine

5 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms, Capacity: 8

$700 Per Week May through October   $250 Damage Deposit   8% Maine State Sales Tax   5% discount for two weeks or more   10% discount for one month or more   15% discount for two months or more   20% discount for three months or more   $800 for Week of July 4th    $800 for Week of Pirate Festival  

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Property Description

Bedrooms: 5. Bathrooms: 1.5

This period home has been lovingly renovated maintaining the charm of an old house but offers all the modern conveniences of today's homes. It's situated on a quiet street but is close enough to the downtown area to walk. There are some water views from the house looking across the bay to Campobello Island. This home features a master bedroom on the first floor if you prefer living all on one floor or use one of the three bedrooms on the second floor. Sometimes called the last frontier, Eastport is in a remote area of Maine, a place to get away from it all. Its pristine beauty and bold coast have attracted many artists creating a thriving arts community. The historic waterfront downtown was once the home of the sardine canning industry. Though still a port, old buildings have given way to shops, eateries, art galleries, and antique stores. One of the last working waterfronts, Eastport’s fishermen drag for sea urchin and scallops and trap lobsters. Eastport is on Moose Island which is easily accessible by car over a causeway passing through Sipayak, the Passamaquoddy tribal reservation. The main island is approximately three square miles, which makes walking a favorite past-time. Make sure to find your way to the rocky coastline to search for tide-washed beach glass or just stroll down the streets and see examples of architecture dating to the 18th century. Visit the Barracks Museum, which houses artifacts of local interest, and the Quoddy Maritime Museum that has a soon-to-be working model of the Dam Project Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s administration proposed. Pack a picnic lunch and take the ferry to Deer Island, New Brunswick, Canada and watch the whales swim by. The historic schooner, Sylvina W. Beal, embarks daily from the Breakwater for whale watch and sunset cruises or get out on the water is a sea kayak rented from one of the local outfitters. Hike one of the trails in Shackford Head State Park.


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Owner Contact Information

Quoddy Properties
Caryn Vinson
P.O. Box 32
Eastport, ME 04631
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Member Since: Mar. 31st, 2006
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Rental Rates

  • $700 Per Week May through October
  • $250 Damage Deposit
  • 8% Maine State Sales Tax
  • 5% discount for two weeks or more
  • 10% discount for one month or more
  • 15% discount for two months or more
  • 20% discount for three months or more
  • $800 for Week of July 4th
  • $800 for Week of Pirate Festival


fully furnished , cookware , dishes and glasses , flatware , dishwasher , microwave , coffee maker , toaster , bed linens , bath linens , some water views , TV-DVD , local telephone , washer-dryer

5 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms, Capacity: 8

Beds: 2 Queens, 2 Twins, Queen Futon in Game Room

Minimum Stay: 7 Night Minimum

Further Information

Saturday to Saturday stay.

Nearby Attractions: - Hike Devil's Head or the Bold Coast Trail. Visit the Down East Heritage Museum to learn about local Native American culture and the first settlement in the US on St. Croix Island. See eagles nesting at Moosehore National Wildlife Refuge. Golf in St. Andrews and see Kingsbrae Gardens. Take a boat trip to Machias Seal island to see Puffins. Visit Quoddy Head State Park to see our candy-striped lighthouse. Visit Roosevelt's summer "cottage" on Campobello Island.


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