Luxury living may never be in the budget. However, what about a luxury vacation rental? This is definitely a possibility, especially when its with many friends or family. With that being said, Airbnb has so many incredible spots that offer up that luxury lifestyle for a short period of time.

Right here in Maine, there's a property in Cape Neddick, Maine, boasting 5 bedrooms and 4 baths, that is quite possibly the perfect spot for a luxury vacation.

Named "Robin Hill", this Maine cottage is just a few hundreds yards from Cape Neddick Beach. The cottage sits on a beautifully natural 1-acre lot, with panoramic views of the ocean and even Nubble Lighthouse.

Robin Hill features a world-class kitchen, numerous living rooms, amazing farmer's table, six fireplaces (mostly decorative), second floor veranda, covered porch, and all the views you will ever need.

Plus, the location is very good for many attractions. Other than being right next to the beach, Robin Hill is just minutes from the highway and Route 1. It's also close to the Kittery outlets and many great hiking trails along the coast and inland.

Costing $1305 a night, Robin Hill is seemingly pricy. However, it's truly set up for large rental groups, like a family reunion or a big friend group.

Robin Hill is available throughout the year. However, it is a weekly "Sunday-to-Sunday" rental in the summer. During the offseason, it is a 3-night minimum. For more information about this amazing rental, you can go to the Airbnb profile page here.

Stunning Cape Neddick, Maine Cottage Available on Airbnb for $1305 a Night

Just over the New Hampshire border is the beach hamlet of Cape Neddick, Maine. It's a gorgeous little spot within the town limits of York.

It's also known for incredible old historic beach houses. One of those is named Robin Hill, an amazing Maine "cottage" that overlooks the beach.

This 5 bedroom, 4 bath house is a perfect rental for a big family or friend gathering. The views alone may be worth the $1305 a night.

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