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Named for an English lord who sided with American colonists, the town of Edgecomb, Maine, is a tiny hamlet in Lincoln County. Although dwarfed by bigger towns nearby, Edgecomb has its own unique appeal, thanks to small-town hospitality and a historic fort that attracts numerous history buffs every summer. Founded in 1774 but settled three decades earlier, this charming spot is home to mom-and-pop shops, tree-lined streets, and well-maintained historic buildings. Our Edgecomb vacation rentals offer a beautiful and tranquil place to holiday in the gorgeous, verdant state of Maine.

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Edgecomb vacation rentals for every getaway

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Dog-friendly Internet Lake view
Sheepscot Lookout 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Sheepscot Lookout - Edgecomb, ME

From $128
The Oarasis
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

The Oarasis - Edgecomb, ME

From $134
Feather Ridge
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Feather Ridge - Edgecomb, ME

From $134
Overlook Nook
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Overlook Nook - Edgecomb, ME

From $134
Chipmunk Crest
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Chipmunk Crest - Edgecomb, ME

From $134

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Recent Edgecomb vacation rental reviews

This house was perfect for our recent trip; very clean, well-equipped, and comfy. We all slept so well in those beds (and it was super quiet)! The kitchen was ideal for 4 adults all cooking, eating, drinking our way thru Thanksgiving too.
Jodi S. | Dec 2021
The home was very nice and a great getaway with friends.
Linda G. | Nov 2021
Was perfect for us. Master bedroom on 1st floor. Had to go upstairs for laundry but knew that going in. Location awesome. Felt like some things thatneeded to be addressed... we were there for 10 days. Needed to clean bathrooms but no toilet brushes and no mop to clean kitchen floor and stair case floor. Staircase hand rails were very sticky! Other issue we had being older was the walkway to the front door. You go up one step and the next step is higher and up and slanted toward the house. Difficult coming up and down there when carrying items. I almost fell. Very dangerous. Noticed no other property had an entrance like this one. Only left 4 bath towels,4 hand towels, and 2 wash cloths but brought more when we called. Also only 2 dish towels and 1 pot holder. Just not enough for an extended stay. The oven had burned food on the bottom and smoked when turned on. Also the toaster had burned food on it so obviously they were not used...gross. On burner on the stove was not working. Again, extended stay clients are there to use the facilities and not always go out to eat. PS.. fire place didn`t work properly...sent someone out to repair and still didn`t work. Really felt like we were missing a lot of amenities for the price we paid. This review was submitted while the home was managed by a different property management company.
. | Sep 2021

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Where is Edgecomb, ME?

Edgecomb is located in the heart of Lincoln County and is less than three hours from Boston, in the rugged and beautiful Boothbay region. The town has less than 1500 inhabitants and retains much of its old-school feel as a result. You're not far from the Atlantic Coast and myriad fishing spots.

Things to Do in Edgecomb, ME

Fort Edgecomb State Historic Site is the premier tourist spot in town. Built in 1808, the fort was a stronghold for the port of Wiscasset and saw a lot of action during the bloody War of 1812. Tour the interior and admire the stonework. High Head Point is a favorite spot nearby for picnickers in the summer and leaf peepers in the fall. The John Moore House is listed on the National Register of Historic places. The white clapboard home on Crosspoint Road is a private residence, but can be admired from the street.

Although it's tiny, Edgecomb boasts a surprising number of quaint businesses. Savor a relaxing massage at Island Spa, one of the top spots in town for locals and anyone traveling through. Learn how to shuck oysters and take some home with you at the eco-friendly Gidden Point Oyster Sea Farm.

Day Trips from Edgecomb, ME

Edgecomb lies in the heart of the Boothbay region, which offers plenty of recreation sites as well as historic structures. The neighboring towns of East Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor, and Boothbay are all within close proximity, offering plenty of coastal splendor, hiking trails, botanical gardens, and sea adventures. Nobleboro is also nearby, boasting several great fishing sites, as are the granite cliffs of Bar Harbor and the Abbe Museum. For a more urban environment, make the journey to Boston and enjoy its plethora of sports venues and historical sites.

Coastal splendor amid a truly small-town feel is what you get when you stay at one of our Edgecomb vacation rentals in Maine!

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