$250/night w/minimum of 2 nights stay. (Off Season).
$350/night w/minimum of 2 nights stay (Seasonal Rates Applied – see calendar)
Discounted rates apply to stays longer than 4 nights.
Long-term stays welcome
$150 cleaning fee
Travel insurance should be purchased soon after booking your travel – ideally after making your initial trip deposit or when planning your travel calendar for the year. Travel insurance generally only requires you to answer a few questions – like where you’re going and when, how much your trip costs, how old are you and where do you live – so it’s easy to get a quote online. You can purchase coverage for a single trip or a full year of travel, quickly and easily whether you are traveling internationally or domestically. Also, be aware that when planning whether to purchase travel insurance, you must wait at least 24 hours before the trip cancellation coverage takes effect.
Pets are NOT allowed.
Each county requires we inform you of the rules and regulations relevant to your home’s Short Term Rental Permit. We thank you in advance for abiding by the rules below, also included in your signed Vacation Rental Agreement.
Please review your rental site’s maximum occupancy rating. No events, weddings, or other group functions with more people than the number of persons stated on your signed agreement are allowed at the property without permission from the owner.
Parking on the road is always prohibited. All cars, equipment, and trailers must be parked in the parking area.
Suggested quiet hours are 11pm-8am, seven days a week. Noise carries easier and further in higher elevations and over water. Noise shall be minimized in order that it not be an unreasonable annoyance, disturbance, or nuisance to neighbors.
No fireworks are allowed in the Town of Dover-Foxcroft, Maine at any time. Per the town ordinance: No person shall use, display, possess with intent to use or display, sell, possess with the intent to sell, or offer for sale consumer or commercial fireworks in the Town of Dover-Foxcroft.
Wildfire Danger Report
The Maine Forest Service advertises the daily Wildfire Danger report based on current and expected weather conditions in our area. There are times when due to extreme fire danger, bonfires, charcoal barbecues, and wood-burning fire pits are strictly prohibited. On days when fire hazards are especially dangerous, typically due to dry conditions and high winds, additional restrictions may be imposed by the local fire department and prohibited. It is your responsibility to be informed of these conditions in this area prior to ignition so look for signs in front of all district fire stations. If you ever have questions regarding conditions, please call the local fire department at 207-564-8401 ext. 208.
Be Aware of Wildlife
Bears and other wildlife in the state of Maine are opportunists; they feed on a wide range of vegetation and animal matter. Bears are intelligent and adapt rapidly to new food sources, including food placed to attract other wildlife, such as bird feeders, and untended garbage. Therefore, conflicts between wildlife and residents can occur. Leaving food outside, trash accessible, or doors and windows unlocked is likely to cause significant property damage to homes and to vehicles. Please take a moment to learn how to be aware, so that we can continue to live in harmony with our wildlife.
Receiving Mail and Packages
The U.S. Postal Service does not deliver to most homes/street addresses in this area, and packages will be returned to sender. If you require postal delivery during your stay, we recommend FedEx or UPS. Please never have food delivered to the home unless someone is in residence to receive the package. Food left outside will attract wildlife and bear activity, which can result in significant damage.
Summer Patio Furniture
Patio furniture is available for your use during summer months only. All outdoor tables, chairs and loungers are put into storage in the fall, to protect the furnishings from winter weather. Barbecue grills, however, do remain outside for your enjoyment.
Many highways, access roads and/or driveways may be icy in the winter. To ensure your safety, it is critical that during November 1st – April 30th brakes, windshield wipers, defroster, heat- and exhaust-system are in top condition. Tires need to be properly inflated and the tread must be in excellent condition. Always carry tire chains, even if driving an AWD/4WD vehicle. Make sure the chains are the proper size for your tires and are in working order. You may find valuable winter driving tips from the Maine DOT website