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The Artist’s Haven is a modest house on the coast of Maine. It’s somewhat rustic, somewhat shabby chic offers the perfect getaway for that loving recharge we all need from time to time. Located on the peacefully scenic Pemaquid Peninsula.


Whether you enjoy hiking, kayaking, or a languid day at the beach, it’s all here.


The Artist’s Haven is conveniently situated 10 minutes from Damariscotta and 10 minutes from Pemaquid. And if lighthouses are your thing, Well, Pemaquid Lighthouse is but 20 minutes from my home, where you can picnic on the rocks with a panoramic ocean view. 

Private Room In Cottage 

  1.  1 guest

  2.  1 bedroom

  3.  1 bed

  4. ·1 private bath

The Artist’s Haven is a small house on the coast of Maine offering peaceful lodging facilities, for women only. It's a perfect quiet get-away for the writer, artist or if you're just wanting some R&R from your daily routine. Open all year round.

Extras: inquire about details
private pottery lesson~(at my discretion)
Therapeutic Listening~and Grief Coaching 
Sweet Beginnings Breakfast~ custom breakfast served 24 hour notice required 

There is one cat who is not allowed in bedrooms.
You will want to explore the many hikes, local beach and of course the Pemaquid Lighthouse.

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The space

My home is on a quiet road, ideal for a retreat from the busy city.
I have a small pottery studio, where I make my work as well as offer private classes.

Guest access

I have ample parking space. You will need a car to get around. Having said that, I live on a most beautiful tree-lined road. There are magical hikes through the woods at The Darling Marine Center, leading down to the Damariscotta river... chilly but swimmable.

Other things to note

Please note that I do have one cat, however, no matter how much she might beg, she is not allowed in the guest room. She is an indoor/outdoor cat, so no worries, should you let her out or in. This is a rural area, on rare occasions, we have a power outage. I do have a generator, and in a short time, you will have power back on. That is, I believe, part of the charm of living in Maine.

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