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About Honey Haus

 

Honey Haus is located in historic Sprucewold at the peak of Crest Avenue. Sprucewold's original log cabins were built throughout the 1920's by the "Rusticators" - a group of forward thinking city folk, who valued getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life to immerse themselves in the peace and beauty of nature wherever possible. We hope you will find the setting as rejuvenating as they once did. 

Honey Haus comfortably sleeps five to seven guests among three bedrooms. There are three twin beds (two in one larger bedroom and one in a smaller bedroom) and one double bed, as well as a pull out couch in the great room to accommodate two more guests in a pinch.   

Honey Haus has everything you need to cook meals and entertain at home. Whether it's hosting an intimate dinner after a long day on the boat, making quick sandwiches to bring on a hike, or heating up your yummy leftovers from last night's restaurant meal, we've got you covered. Dishes for 12, glassware, mugs, cast iron, tupperware, no problem. There is an electric range, stove and microwave oven for your use, as well as a full size refrigerator.  

At the bottom of the hill, on Lobster Cove Road, is beautiful Barrett Park, where picnicking, lawn games and beaching are available for your daily enjoyment. It is a quick walk or bike ride down the hill and to the right, or a convenient free parking lot is located directly across the street from the park... (beach chairs, amiright?).

Taking a left at the bottom of Crest will bring you out to Atlantic Avenue. Take a right and head into town. On foot, you can cross into town via the wooden footbridge that crosses Boothbay Harbor. In town you will find wonderful shops, boats and kayaks to rent, and many tours to take - on land or on sea. There are plenty of spots to eat - everything from fabulous Italian cuisine, to Spanish inspired Tapas, to traditional Maine lobster rolls and local ice cream.