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As Maine begins to welcome back out-of-state guests, there are a number of guidelines that visitors should know before they stay. As of July 3, Maine is welcoming back visitors from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut without travel restrictions.  Those arriving from other states are required to either quarantine for 14 days upon arrival (outdoor activities such as beaches, hiking trails… are permitted) OR test negatively for COVID-19, and present a completed Certificate of Compliance at check-in.  The Certificate can be found here.

What we are doing within our property in response to COVID-19.  We are implementing use of a TruSens air purifier with 3 filters including a true HEPA filter as well as a UV-C light for one hour after each guest check-out.  We are also disinfecting each room with Lysol, Clorox and other products listed on the EPA List N Products specifically approved to combat the Coronavirus in a process that includes pre-cleaning prior to disinfecting all hard surfaces.  We remove and wash ALL linens from each room and cottage, but we will refrain from providing in-room services during the pandemic.  In it’s place, we ask that you place your soiled towels on your bench, porch or lounge chairs each morning and we will replace with fresh towels.  We have removed guidebooks and provide soap, shampoo, coffee and condiments at the front desk upon check-in.  We have installed an acrylic shroud at the front desk and require face masks within the office as well as around the property in accordance with the Governor’s new executive order directed at all public facing business like motels and hotels.  In addition, we have hand sanitizer available in and outside the office and Clorox wipes at the tables inside the pool  fence.  Our pool is open with six foot social distancing requirements between families.

For more information on what the State of Maine is doing to keep residents and visitors safe, visit https://www.maine.gov/covid19/restartingmaine/keepmainehealthy


The American lobster, Homarus Americanus, is a species of lobster found on the Atlantic coast of North America, primarily from Labrador to New Jersey. It is also known as the true lobster, northern lobster, or Maine lobster. Lobsters typically reach 8–24 inches long and weigh 1–9 pounds, but have been known to weigh as much as 44 lb!

Lobsters are usually boiled or steamed. Hard-shell lobsters (lobsters that are several months past their last molt) can survive out of water for up to four or five days if kept refrigerated. Soft-shell lobsters (lobsters that have only recently molted) do not survive more than a few hours out of water. Lobsters can be tricky to eat… A set of nutcrackers and a long, thin tool for pulling meat from inaccessible areas are suggested as basics, although more experienced diners can eat the animal with their bare hands or a knife, fork, or rock. Eating a lobster can get messy, and most restaurants offer a lobster bib. Meat is generally contained in the larger claws and tails, and stays warm quite a while after being served. There is some meat in the legs and in the arms that connect the claws to the body. The pickiest of lobster fanatics also find a small amount of meat just below the carapace around the thorax and in the smaller legs.

Maine offers many options for finding a perfect lobster meal. Check out our web page, “The Area“, where you can locate some of our finest selections of restaurants and establishments in the area that serve the finest fish anywhere in the world!  Maine also has many activities that celebrate the Maine lobster such as “The Maine Lobster Festival“.

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