Isle Au Haut.
“High Island” - named after a small island with great elevation in northern Maine. Part modern tree house, part vintage tiny house, it’s the place to experience the airiness of life up among the trees. This unique two- structure abode is perched atop a 21-acre wooded hill sloping to dramatic river views. The dwelling consists of two elevated structures connected by a rope bridge and a veranda.
Weekday $189 / Weekend $199 (4 night minimum)
Isle Au Haut -
The first structure is a bedroom, with an entire wall of south facing windows, affording stunning river views. Includes king size bed (or two twin beds upon request).
The second structure includes a small kitchen and small dining area with large windows for water views, a small full bathroom, and a screened-in porch with sitting area, and river views. Kitchen includes: two-burner stove, sink, small fridge, pots, pans, dishes, coffee maker (and coffee), toaster oven (no regular oven). Both structures have views across a river bay, and down river to where the Back River meets the Kennebec River, just before both flow into open ocean and past Seguin Island (where George Washington commissioned a lighthouse).
Canoes and kayaks are available to use at any time in the Back River.
AUTUMN VISITS: Come stay in the tree dwelling in Autumn for stunning views of foliage. The dwellings are super cozy, well-insulated and contain heating units that heat them up quickly.
Specifications & features:
- Beds - 1 king bed (2 twins upon request)
- Guests - up to 2
- Kitchen - fully equipped kitchen with dining area
- Bathroom - toilet and shower with hot water
- Blankets, linens and towels.
- Screened in porch, sun deck and grill.
- Canoes and kayaks for rent
- Electric heaters.