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East End, Walk to the Old Port, with Parking

4.97( 218-il review)SuperhostPortland, Maine, l-Istati Uniti
L-appartament kollu ospitat/a minn Susan & Hunt
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Well appointed one bedroom in Portland’s best neighborhood, the East End. A ten-minute walk from the Eastern Promenade or the restaurants of the Old Port and the emerging Washington Street corridor.
This first-floor apartment is newly renovated, and we pay attention to the details such as cleanliness, coffee/tea and quality linens.
Off-street parking included.
One bedroom with a queen (and view of Portland's bustling harbor) and a queen sleeper-sofa in the living room.

L-ispazju
As regular users of Airbnb in the US and abroad, we know what's important. We have tried to strike the right balance between the sterility of so many of the corporate offerings and the awkwardness of a place with too much of a personal touch. We focus on cleanliness, quiet and comfort. And the reviews from our guests tell us they appreciate the effort.

Aċċess għall-klijenti
You will have sole access to the apartment itself. For guests staying more than four days, we can provide access to a washer and dryer in the building's basement.

Affarijiet oħra li għandek tagħti kas
Off-street parking for one car. Additional off-street parking can occasionally be arranged by communicating with us in advance of check-in. Typically, there is plenty of on-street parking right on our street as well.
(We also have a 50-amp outlet for EV charging, if required.)

REQUIREMENTS for MAINE VISITORS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

from web site:
"Keeping Maine Healthy FAQs" (easier to read there as formatting is better and links work properly.)

FAQ For Visitors
What are Maine’s policies for visitors traveling from out-of-state?

Maine has three options for visitors from other states: 1) getting a recent negative COVID-19 test; 2) maintaining compliance with a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Maine; 3) being exempted if you are from the following states with a similar or better COVID-19 experience than Maine. Those states are: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Also, people who have either had COVID-19 in the previous 90 days, or are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, regardless of state of origin, are now exempted from Maine’s test or quarantine requirement. Federal requirements related to international travel, however, remain in effect.

People who are not exempted from quarantine requirements will be asked to sign a Certificate of Compliance indicating either that they have received a negative COVID-19 test result, that they will quarantine in Maine for 14 days, or that they have already completed their quarantine in Maine. This compliance form must be provided to check-in at all Maine lodging, campgrounds, seasonal rentals, overnight camps, and other commercial lodging, such as Airbnb. Visitors may be asked to furnish proof of the negative test result upon request.

Does every member of my household need to be tested before coming to Maine?

To meet Maine’s testing requirements, adults must receive a recent, within 72 hours prior to arrival, negative COVID-19 test, compliant with Maine’s CDC guidelines. Testing for children,18 years and younger, who are travelling with adults is not required.

What types of COVID-19 tests may work?

Please consult Maine CDC's guide on interpreting test results, which are available on its website (PDF).

How many days prior to my visit to Maine should I get a COVID-19 test?

Visitors should have a sample taken for a COVID-19 "PCR" test no longer than 72 hours prior to arrival in Maine. The result must indicate the visitor is COVID-19 negative. Alternatively, the visitor may commit to quarantining upon arrival in Maine for 14 days.

Will Maine accept an “antibody” test as a COVID compliant test?

Maine only accepts PCR-based tests to qualify as an exception to the 14-day quarantine rule, and does not accept antibody testing for this purpose at this time. A rapid ID NOW test may be used for the purpose of an alternative to quarantine.

Can I quarantine at my hotel, campground, or at my rental during my visit to Maine instead of getting a test?

Yes. You may choose to quarantine at your rental or place of lodging if you follow Maine’s CDC guidelines for quarantine. For rural camps and remote rental locations with private kitchen and bathroom facilities, quarantine may be possible for the duration of a visit to Maine. Visitors who are quarantining during their stay in Maine must comply with Maine’s quarantine requirements and they may not visit Maine restaurants, businesses, and crowded public spaces and they may not use shared facilities and dining rooms.

If I can’t schedule a COVID-19 test prior to my travel to Maine, can I get tested in Maine?

Maine strongly urges testing before you leave home or enter Maine so that you “know before you go.” Capacity is available and expanding and reservations can be made before arrival. COVID-19 tests are available in Maine without referral from a medical professional under a standing order issued by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. Websites like Get Tested COVID-19 show local testing options nationwide. But visitors are strongly urged to get tested before they travel.
What if I am awaiting test results after arriving in Maine?

If you were tested for COVID-19 upon your arrival in Maine and do not yet have test results, you must quarantine in your room or rental until you receive a negative test result, but you must arrange for meals to be delivered to your room and you must avoid contact with staff and guests after check-out until your negative test result is received. Use of shared public spaces, dining spaces, gyms and pools is prohibited during quarantine.

How will I show evidence of a negative test or quarantine prior to my arrival at a lodging establishment or rental?

Effective June 26, Maine is utilizing a “Certificate of Compliance” and requiring all adult visitors submit the certificate prior to, or upon arrival, at their lodging establishment or rental.

The certificate requires each visiting adult to complete and sign an attestation that he or she either has had a negative test for COVID-19 consistent with CDC guidance or agrees to comply with Maine’s quarantine. The visitor will also submit they are not currently experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

The lodging establishment will retain a copy of the visitors “Certificate of Compliance.” They can also document the date of the guest’s first night of entry in Maine via a receipt, and any other guests in the party, in case they are traveling elsewhere and need to show verification of the first night of state in Maine. Visitors may be asked to furnish proof of the negative test result.

Should seasonal Maine residents, workers, or other visitors get a COVID-19 test prior to arrival?

The State encourages those individuals to “know before you go”, which means to receive a test result before traveling to Maine. If they are tested before they travel, they should stay at home between the time of their test and their arrival in Maine and, if tested upon arrival in Maine, they should quarantine until a negative result is received.

Will I have my symptoms checked daily in Maine?

Through Maine’s public health system, or through visits to Maine sites, businesses and establishments, you may be asked about whether you have any COVID-like systems.

What if I travel to multiple locations and lodging establishments during my visit to Maine?

Once a person is in Maine and has either quarantined for 14 days or received a negative test result, the person does not need to repeat the test when, for example, checking into a second or third Maine lodging establishment. The visitor may show documentation from their earlier stay.

Can I quarantine for a shorter period of time if my stay is shorter than 14 days?

Yes, you can come to Maine and quarantine for the length of your stay if it is less than 14 days.
Well appointed one bedroom in Portland’s best neighborhood, the East End. A ten-minute walk from the Eastern Promenade or the restaurants of the Old Port and the emerging Washington Street corridor.
This first-floor apartment is newly renovated, and we pay attention to the details such as cleanliness, coffee/tea and quality linens.
Off-street parking included.
One bedroom with a queen (and view of P…
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Portland, Maine, l-Istati Uniti

While becoming almost too fashionable in the last decade or so, the East End retains much of the charm of old Portland. Our proximity to the water reminds one of the city's maritime past and present. The apartment is in a quiet building on a quiet street, but within easy walking distance of all Portland's cultural activities, food and beverage (i.e. the fun, noisy places).
While becoming almost too fashionable in the last decade or so, the East End retains much of the charm of old Portland. Our proximity to the water reminds one of the city's maritime past and present. The apar…

Milqugħ minn Susan & Hunt

Ingħaqad fi Ġunju 2013
  • 218-il Review
  • Superhost
We have been regular users of Airbnb in our travels. We have lived in and around Portland for many years, bringing up our three girls here. When not otherwise engaged in our busy lives, we spend as much time as we can on a sailboat cruising the coast of Maine.
We have been regular users of Airbnb in our travels. We have lived in and around Portland for many years, bringing up our three girls here. When not otherwise engaged in our busy l…
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We are available for support as needed but will generally not impose ourselves unless you specifically ask for help.
Susan & Hunt huwa/hija Superhost
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  • Lingwa: English
  • Rata ta' rispons: 100%
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