“Where Two Rivers Join” - 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 private deck, and accessed by a spiral staircase. We've used vintage and salvaged materials when possible.
Weekday $189 / Weekend $199 (4 night minimum)
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, 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 (hence "Madawaska") just before both flow into open ocean, 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 (or 2 twins upon request)
- Guests - up to 2
- Bathroom - toilet and shower with hot water
- Kitchen - fully equipped kitchen with dining area
- Private deck and screened in porch.
- Blankets, linens and towels.
- Grill, hammock and stunning river views.
- Kayaks and canoes available for rent
- Electric heaters