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Hosts' newfound hypersensitivity to "sound transmission" apparently precludes normal human conversation. We (again I say, guests for decades--and, I thought, genuinely friends--own a couple of Richard's beautiful photographs) are "senior citizens," not rollicking college students. During this most recent five-night stay, we were on tenterhooks....More
I loved my Rose Room! ! Simple, neat/clean, cozy décor; comfy bed; spacious enough room (with private bath)for one/two-even 3 adults; lots of window light with peaceful, natural view; capacity to heat/refrigerate food items. Utterly quiet during my stay! Small but pleasant book lover's common...More
We've stayed several times at Tribler, and have enjoyed it every time. Richard is a kind and attentive host, and his facility is neat and tidy. Cooking in enables us to eat the way we like and have the occasional splurge for lobster at Fish...More
My husband and I and our teenage daughter stayed in the Rose Room for three nights this summer. We enjoyed our simple, clean room (queen bed and a daybed) and private bathroom. The location is great - just up the hill from the wharf, near...More
Tribler has the HUGE advantage on Monhegan of offering small kitchens in four of the five rooms so that you can do your own catering. Monhegan dining, even during the summer season, is pretty ordinary and expensive, and it's great to be able to do...More
Monhegan Island, ten miles off the Maine coast. Woods, cliffs, trails, and a small village. A haven for those seeking quiet and natural beauty. Two large apartments in a quiet house - for quiet people: May, June, ...MoreSeptember, and October - $145 a night (three-night minimum); $980 a week. July and August - $160 a night (three-night minimum); $1085 a week. Less