Seanook is available for WINTER respites and BIRDING!

Enjoy a WINTER sojourn at Seanook where the beauty of our surroundings is simple and soothing, and loaded with restorative solitude.  The pristine peacefulness of simply gazing over the sea with its varrying moods, and watching wildlife is mesmerizing.  Floor-to-ceiling windows inform you of what is happening outside.   It is a quiet time to take deep breaths, rest and reflect. 

Yet winter birding from Seanook is scintillating with the sea in such close proximity.  In addition to our ususal bald eagles, loons, mallards, merganzers, eiders, buffelheads, and other ducks, birders might be lucky enough to spot a black guillemot in winter plumage, a grebe with his red eye, or even a black and white fluffball of a dovkie that has been blown off course by our recent storms!

Seanook has a full kitchen for your culinary pleasure.  Avail yourselves of Boothbay’s gourmet markets and/or restaurants, a few of which stay open through the winter.  The pace is a bit slower and the attention a bit warmer!

Take advantage of one of our Winter Specials: two people can rent three nights for $580; $680 for 4 people; or $780 for 6 people. 

The months of January through April have large blocks of time available.   You can reserve a week with a deposit of one half the rent of $1550 (two people) and get two free nights for a total of nine nights, or take two weeks with a 10% discount.   The light is magical here in winter, especially so if we get a dusting of snow!

Geraniums are happy in Seanook’s sunroom in Winter
Fire in the stove at Seanook & view over the bay

Please check our Availability Calendar and then call or email us directly for a reservation! 207-633-6093.  We prefer to do our own booking, and it costs less for you as well.  If you call and we don’t answer because your number comes up as spam, be sure to leave a message and email us!   mailto:  [email protected]

View of the water from the sofa in the sunroom at Seanook
From Seanook’s sunroom looking down Linekin Bay
A cold day at the head of the bay
Winter sunset from the dining area

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