Grandy’s Place: 18 Porter Rd., Old Orchard Beach, Maine


Weekly Rental Rate: $5300.00 (50% due upon booking).

Number of Bedrooms: 3. The master bedroom on the first floor has a king bed and there is a queen sleep sofa in the common area on the same level. Upstairs on the main level, there are two bedrooms, each with a queen bed. Linens and towels are supplied by the owners.

Bathrooms: 2. There two bathrooms, one on each floor.

Amenities:  Washer/dryer, dishwasher, air conditioning, iron and ironing board, microwave, electric toaster, electric coffee pot, blender, Wi-Fi, 3 Roku TVs (den, livingroom, master bedroom), surround sound system, outside beach shower, enclosed patio with seating and privacy, BBQ grill, parking for 3 vehicles, etc.

Indulge in the ultimate seaside retreat at this stunning beach block home, located on the last street in a cul-de-sac, just steps from the sandy shores of Ocean Park. This spacious getaway offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Goosefair Brook.  It’s a prime location for a memorable summer escape!

Step inside to discover a bright and airy living space, complete with comfortable furnishings and charming coastal decor. The fully equipped kitchen is perfect for whipping up delicious meals, which can be enjoyed in the dining area with panoramic ocean views. There is also a dedicated workspace in the master room with extra fast WiFi service. Not to mention having

After a day of sun and surf, retreat to one of the inviting bedrooms, where the sound of the ocean will lull you to sleep. Outside, a private patio provides the perfect spot for relaxing with a morning coffee or evening cocktail, while taking in the sights and sounds of the ocean.

With its unbeatable location and comfortable accommodations, this beach block home is the perfect choice for your Ocean Park/Old Orchard Beach getaway. Book your stay today and start making memories that will last a lifetime.

Occupancy Limit: 8 people.

Parking for 3 cars off street (not in garage).

This is a NO pet and NO smoking vacation cottage.

Lane: 10 Main Ave., Saco, Maine

Weekly Rental Rate: $2400.00 (50% due upon booking).

Number of Bedrooms: 2. The first bedroom has a new queen bed, while the second bedroom also has a new queen bed. In the living room there is a full futon. Linens and towels for the beds are furnished by Bayside Linens. You must supply the linens for the futon.

Bathroom:1.5 One bathroom with tub and shower and ***new for 2024***adding half bath (sink and toilet).

Amenities: 3 minute walk to the beach, short walk to Huot’s Restaurant, general store across the street, local lobster steamed at the end of the block, backup generator if the power ever went out. This stylish, single family home, close to the beach, with with a well equipped kitchen; dishwasher; icemaker; washer/dryer; iron and ironing board; microwave; A/C; TVs with streaming; internet/Wi-Fi; hot water heat, 3 ceiling fans; bath with tub. On the furnished outside deck there is a gas BBQ grill and a picnic table. There is also an outdoor shower (hot water – new in 2023) and a fenced in yard. Walk to the pier to buy your fresh “from the boat” lobster or fish from the mile long breakwater, or go parasailing over Saco Bay. Rent a kayak, jet-ski, charter a sailboat, or eat at one of the famous local restaurants to finish your Camp Ellis Vacation. From the beach tonight, look for the “red flasher” which was not there in 1616 to warn Dr. Vines of Sharps rocks at the end of the breakwater as he approached Winter Harbor. The guiding stars for these sailors are the same as in 1616. The 5- matted schooner Washington B Thomas going to Portland, Maine passed just off Wood Island Light on the night of June 12, 1903 where the captain’s wife was washed over the side during bad weather. Her body was recovered on the beach just down the street. The schooner then anchored at the north end of Saco Bay.  Later that night, during a gale, she dragged her anchor and was destroyed on a ledge at the north end of Saco Bay. The Washington B Thomas was launched only 2 months before in Thomaston, Maine. On foggy nights, some have claimed to have seen the Captain of the Thomas walking the beach, searching for his wife.

Occupancy Limit is 6 people.

Parking: Off street parking for two cars.

This is a NO smoking, NO PET COTTAGE!***