At The Shore - Cape Elizabeth, a small coastal community on Casco Bay at the entrance to Portland Harbor, is a suburb of Maine's largest city, Portland. Cape Elizabeth (pop (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) is a historic town, famous for its lighthouses, parks, and scenic vistas of Maine's legendary rocky coast. The town sits on a peninsula that juts 12 miles into the open sea, rimmed by craggy shores and sandy beaches. It marks the entrance to picturesque Casco Bay and provides oceanfront beaches, saltwater coves, grassy sand dunes and wooded areas that provides outdoor recreation such as swimming, fishing and boating, shelling, windsurfing, hiking, picnicking, sea kayaking and much more.
Across the road from the delightful two bedroom apartment is your own Private Casino Beach (a short 0.2 mile walk down Cottage Lane) with Portland Headlight (the Nations first commissioned lighthouse and reportedly the nations most photographed) just 5 minutes up the road. A 5 mile drive over the Casco Bay Bridge will take you directly to downtown Portland and The Old Port with the Portland International Jetport being 8 miles away. LLBean is an easy 30 minute drive and Boston is approx 1 1/2 hour drive. Cape Elizabeth is host to an annual Labor Day Art Show. The annual Beach to Beacon road race is run every August.