Note: Winter reservation requests will be processed now. For spring, summer and fall use request form to begin process.
Location: the top of Morse Mountain
Distance to Beach: 1 Mile
- Spring: $1,680/week (May 7 - June 17)
- Summer: $3,230/week (June 18 - Sept 2)
- Fall: $2,170/week (Sept 2 - Oct 21)
Winter: $1,370/week or minimum $750/3 nights $150/additional nights (Oct. 22- May 6)
Sleeps: 8 People
4 bedrooms (2 with Queens) 2 full baths.
Optional Sleeping cabin in summer: 1 queen and 1 twin bed ($100/wk)
At the very top of Morse Mountain, one of the highest points on the mid-Maine coast, Eyrie has spectacular views in all directions, of Monhegan to the east, the mouths of the Morse and Sprague Rivers, Small Point Harbor and Casco Bay and on clear days, Mt. Washington. It is located one mile from the beach. Perched on the very top of Morse Mt., one can look down on bald eagles and other raptors soaring over the Sprague River Marsh below.
Rebuilt in 2002, it is well insulated and comfortable year-round. Off season rentals offer quiet solitude, bug-free walking, spectacular sunrises, sunsets and star gazing. Hike in when the road is not plowed and ski or snowshoe in if snow allows. (See Eyrie in Winter for more information)
The house was newly designed after the original Eyrie burned. It is the only house at Morse Mt. that is available year-round and also the only one that is wheelchair accessible. Downstairs are a large open concept living room with a wood stove, dining area and fully equipped kitchen. Also downstairs is a bedroom with queen bed, a fully accessible full bath, and a utility room with a washer. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with queen bed, and 2 bedrooms with 2 twins each, and a full bath. A sundeck opens to south, sheltered from wind. There is a sleeping cabin with a queen and single bed (no bathroom ensuite), available with advance request. There is internet service and plenty of puzzles and games; there is no television.