We are a working small farm in mid Coast Maine, a half mile from the ocean. The Hazelbrook Cabin is where we lived while building our home. We welcome guests to walk around the garden, gather herbs for your morning omelette, greet the goats, pigs, chickens and sheep and put your feet up in the hilltop hammocks. There is a beautiful nature preserve with a mile of open rocky coast and ocean within walking distance from our farm and easy access to the boat to Monhegan Island for a fun day trip. With 3 lobster pounds within a 5-minute drive, you could attempt at growing tired of a Maine lobster.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Hazelbrook Cabin
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With this cabin, it was love at first sight. When we first walked in, my guy leaned over and whispered to me, “This is how I’d decorate, if I was stylish.” Hosts Hazel and Michael are artists at heart, and it shows in the design of Hazelbrook Cabin and all the sweet little details, both inside and out. They’ve really created a magical spot here.
We had a ball exploring both the farm itself and the coastal preserve a short bike ride away. It’s pretty amazing to be on a farm in the woods, yet in such close proximity to the dramatic coastal cliffs that Maine is known for.
The farm is lush and spilling over with living things, between the gardens and the critters; it just FELT like a healthy, nurturing place to be. Both my dog and I developed a crush on Pablo the ram - what a handsome guy! Harry, one of the resident rescue pups, also stole a piece of my heart. The hosts have a great energy about them, and I thoroughly enjoyed chatting at length with Hazel.
You can’t go wrong with a stay here. Plan for a few days of fantastic R&R, and be sure to give Pablo a chin scratch from me!
What a find!
Our stay at HazelBrook was just wonderful, and more than we could have hoped for.
The cabin itself is cozy and very clean. Bed is very comfortable. Lots of little details made it special - the craftsmanship of the cabin itself, unique art, S’Mores kit on the shelf, perfect little propane stove for cooking. Hazel also left us a dozen eggs from her chickens and fresh ground coffee to enjoy in the morning. Such a treat! Then to top it off, she made my husband a sweet chocolate cake for his birthday (which we were there celebrating!).
There is electricity in the cabin, and running water in a dry sink outside. So convenient! They also have a set-up for a solar shower. Outhouse is as adorable as the cabin itself.
We really enjoyed getting to know our hosts, and exploring their farm.
The location was great - a 5 min walk to the water. You can also hike to the nature persevere La Verna from the property - the trails included some breathtaking views along the shore. We enjoyed local lobster from just a couple of miles down the road, checked out OxBow Brewing (~25 minute drive), and really appreciated the convenience of the Rising Tide Co-Op for provisions.
Chrissy’s in Damariscotta was a great breakfast recommendation, absolutely worth checking out.
Highly recommend this little getaway!
Tidy and cozy cabin tucked aside a cute farm and veggie garden. Our experience seemed quite quiet although our hosts warned us if early morning rooster calls. Hazel and Mike were very welcoming, attended any question about the local area and our comfort. Enjoyed meeting the friendly goats, hens and pigs and the beautiful permaculture vegetable and herb patches. We even explored the nearby towns, Rockport and Camden are the favorites for great coffee, music and sunset sails, and as well as Acadia Natl Park and upscale restaurants in Portland. Beautiful coast, area and welcoming home!
Hazels' farm is one of the most beautiful, diverse farms I've ever stayed at. The cabin itself was so beautiful, clean and it was very obvious how mindful Hazel was at making sure her guests have everything they need to enjoy their time. There is a fire pit, smore kit, books on books, beautiful animals and an outhouse that is cleaner/decorated better than mine at home. From Hazels you can go to a Round Pond for lobster (5 min drive) or Damariscotta (25 min drive) where you can sit on the water, have a beer eat oysters and listen to live music. There's also a country store in Damariscotta worth checking out.
Highly recommend Hazels, would happily go back!
Rustic yet refined... This is a beautiful little timber framed cabin on an amazing small farm. We enjoyed rolling over on the firm and comfortable bed each morning to view the sheep grazing in the pasture. The cabin is thoughtfully decorated and super cozy. Even the outhouse is not run-of-the-mill with it's decor and craftsmanship.
Hazel and Michael are both great hosts...available and conversant yet respectful of their guests' privacy. They both answered all of our questions and gave us a quick tour of their farm which provides a beautiful setting for the cabin.
If you're looking for "glamping" within close reach of the Maine coast, this is the place!
At Full Plate Farm, you wouldn’t even have to meet Hazel and John to know immediately that this is a place that some people are pouring their hearts and souls into. It has that feel of spirit meeting matter. Even so, meeting them added immeasurably to our time there. We wish them all the best as they continue to develop this beautiful venture.