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  • Air Conditioning
  • Washer
  • Dryer


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
    3 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Rockland Harbor Park
    6 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Maine Lighthouse Museum
    8 min walk
  • Airport
    Rockland, ME (RKD-Knox County Regional)
    6 min drive

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    About this area


    This vacation home is located in Rockland. Rockland Ferry Terminal and Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Breakwater Vineyards and Owls Head State Park.

    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center - 3 min walk
    • Rockland Harbor Park - 6 min walk
    • Maine Lighthouse Museum - 8 min walk
    • Strand Theater - 10 min walk
    • Rockland Ferry Terminal - 14 min walk

    Getting around

    • Rockland Station - 7 min walk
    • Rockland, ME (RKD-Knox County Regional) - 6 min drive

    About this property

    Windows on the Sea, Walk to Downtown Rockland

    Vacation home in Rockland with kitchen and patio
    A light, bright, modern penthouse atop our 1880s sea captain’s home offers breathtaking views of Rockland Harbor. Enjoy downtown shopping, art galleries, museums and fine dining, all a short walk from home. No worry in case of unusual weather, comfort on both floors is a push of a button away. The penthouse can provide rare privacy for two couples or for a family with older children who appreciate space of their own. In all, there’s a living room, a dining room, a fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms, one on each floor, and two and one-half bathrooms. There is air conditioning on both floors. The main floor bedroom with an adjacent half bath is furnished with a queen-sized bed and office alcove. A full bath and laundry facilities are on the same floor. The upper-floor suite offers a king-sized bed and an adjacent room for reading, sky and water gazing or as a third, single bedroom. There’s a full bathroom (shower only) on that floor. Internet for streaming your favorite shows. The Rockland Harbor Lighthouse is visible from the third floor and the snug, second-floor deck and early risers can treat themselves to spectacular sunrises over Penobscot Bay from there or most any room. One caution: The penthouse starts one flight up, making it unsuitable for people with mobility problems and for very young children. Finally, five things that made us fall in love with this wonderful place in Midcoast Maine: 1. Rockland is an easygoing coastal gem with a unique, hard-scrabble history, given to reinventing itself, where the people are welcoming and the water accessible by schooner, ferry, foot and lobster boat. 2.In fact, one of our favorite treats is a ride with Captain Jack, a fisherman who tells you almost all about his trade as he pulls up lobster traps. Just six people aboard at a time. Find out more at 3.The city offers foodies a mix of coastal and summer classics. For a start, lobster at Claws, Maine’s most vaunted hotdog at Wasse’s and blueberry pie most anywhere – as well as upscale dining at the intimate In Good Company and garden-to-table Primo with Melissa Kelly, a James Beard “best chef in the Northeast.” On the home front the reward for a 4-minute walk is a sunset aperitif at Archer’s on the Pier, a good spot too for seafood and generous shore fare. 4.There’s plenty of local food to gather by foot and enjoy at home, too, from Rock City coffee roaster, the neighborhood Southend Grocery, Jesse’s Market for fish or Wiggen’s Meat Market and the new gourmet Main Street Markets downtown. 5. For entertainment and education just down the street, Rockland boasts the Farnsworth Museum, home of Andrew Wyeth’s works, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, the Children’s Museum, the Strand, a downtown theater with a full, eclectic schedule of cinema, music and comedy and the Museum of Sail, Steam and Power, featuring maritime history, Maine’s only Foucault’s Pendulum and evening musical delights, live and introduced by the inimitable Captain Jim Sharp. Find out more at
    Guest accommodations at this vacation home offer air conditioning. Rooms open to patios. Kitchens offer refrigerators, microwaves, cookware/dishes/utensils, and coffee/tea makers. Bathrooms include bathtubs or showers.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property amenities


    Internet access


    Coffee/tea maker


    3 bedrooms
    Bed sheets provided


    3 bathrooms
    Bathtub or shower

    Living spaces

    Living room

    Outdoor areas



    Washing machine and dryer
    Laundry Facilities


    Air conditioning


    No pets allowed


    Smoke-free property


    Sleeps 5



    Check-in time starts at 4:00 PM


    Check-out before 10:00 AM

    Special check-in instructions

    • Guests will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions.


    • Pets not allowed

    Children and extra beds

    • Children are welcome.

    Property payment types


    Important information

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      Onsite parties or group events are strictly prohibited.

    Property is also known as

    • Vrbo Property
    • Windows on the Sea, Walk to Downtown Rockland Rockland
    • 2500-170748

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