Kendall Farm Cottages is a coastal country sanctuary situated on the easternmost lake in the USA and just a few minutes from the ocean’s highest tides in the world. Our cottages offer two of the loveliest weekly rentals in all of coastal Maine perfect for a rustic eco-adventure, romantic or family vacation. Reconnect with what is really important- nature, family, yourself. Fresh bouquets of flowers and Kendall Farm preserves and perhaps a welcoming meow from Seamus will greet you at your cottage!
This forty-five acre farm has been in our family for five generations. We honor this legacy in a way that preserves this beautiful environment and allows our visitors to relax, refresh and rejoice.
…Nap. Swim. Read a book in a hammock. Get your hands in the dirt of our grand vegetable garden, pick wild blueberries or raspberries in season. Fish. Catch frogs and turtles. Listen to the loons. Swing on the barn swings. Play ping-pong. Practice yoga on the deck. Walk with our farm cat, Seamus. Watch brilliant colors transform the sky as the sun sets. Play croquet. Run through fields of wildflowers. Catch fireflies. Enjoy a refreshing cocktail on the deck. Feast on lobster.
…Hike the many coastal trails. Scuba dive near the Old Sow, largest whirlpool in the western hemisphere and second largest in the world. Picnic on Campobello Island and tour the historic Franklin Delano Roosevelt cottage. Visit the easternmost lighthouse, West Quoddy Head Light. Pull lobster traps, dip into a touch tank, and whale-watching on Passamaquoddy Bay, with unusually high biodiversity of microinvertebrates. Marvel at Atlantic puffins. Enjoy a sunset sail off the Eastport breakwater. Take a studio tour of fine artisans. Savor local cheeses at a different Farmers’ Market each day. Visit Sipayik, a Passamaquoddy Indian reservation.
‘Garlic’ and ‘Dill’, Kendall Farm’s own ducks, walking past the wooden swings in the barn.
Friends and guests of KFC, enjoying a traditional lobster feast on a perfect summer day.
There’s lots to do around the farm like catching garden frogs, picking fresh fruits and veggies, and collecting wildflowers.