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Showing 1-15 of 26 Resorts and Lodges
Cool it lakeside at Lakeside Cedar Cabins on naturally beautiful Graham Lake. Only 25 miles from world-famous Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island, a visit to Lakeside Cedar Cabins places you right in the midst of some of the most spectacular scenery on earth! At Lakeside Cedar the housekeeping cabins are clean and tidy, and a... more
The Black Duck Inn on Corea Harbor offers seclusion and proximity to Downeast’s most popular sights. You'll relish the intimacy of the Inn's off the beaten path location and eclectic atmosphere. Explore the Schoodic Peninsula's unique fishing villages and wild coastal landscapes away from the summer crowds while enjoying the convenience of being... more
The Blue Hill Inn, located in the sea coast village of Blue Hill, Maine at the "head of the Bay", has provided lodging accommodations and bed and breakfast since 1840. We are close to Castine, Brooklin, Sedgwick, and Deer Isle, and 45 minutes from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. Blue Hill, Maine, a place to relax, a place to vacation. Visit a... more
This gracious farmhouse on sprawling grounds provide warmth, comfort and exceptional dining to visitors year round, as did the original inn in days of yesteryear. Built in 1834, the inn provided lodging for stage and steamship passengers during the 1800's. Surry Inn is located midway between beautiful Mt. Desert Island with its magnificent Acadia... more
Find your authentic Maine coastal vacation at the treasured enclave of Flanders Bay Cabins! Search East Sullivan in the Bar Harbor region where Flanders Bay has hidden a house, chalet, and cabins of three different sizes, each enjoying panoramic views and access to the waterfront known as Flanders Bay. Flanders Bay Cabins are a short hop to Bar... more
Seeing is believing--and when you see the beautiful lakeside cabins of Leen's Lodge in the wild woodlands of Maine, the cares of everyday living will disappear. At Leen's you will find that rare combination of gracious living and recreation in a peaceful, rustic Maine woods atmosphere. A traditional Maine Sporting Camp Leen's Lodge has been... more
Welcome to Bass Cove Farm B&B. Sorrento, one of Maine's best-kept secrets, occupies a small peninsula 3 miles long and 2 miles wide. It is home to about 200 year-round residents and an active summer colony. The influence of the sea is unmistakable: the smell of sea air, the seabreeze refreshing us on a warm summer day. Come up the path, under the... more
Stop the world and get off at The Goose Cove Resort for total peace and tranquility overlooking the beautiful Penobscot Bay in Deer Isle, Maine. Visitors from near and afar have been visiting the lodge for over 55 years and their coastal forest accommodations are second to none! Explore the natural beauty of the bay at a relaxed pace on the... more
Hiram Blake Camp lies just off the beaten path on the Maine coast's beautiful Penobscot Bay. This camp's history runs rich and deep. Founded in 1916 by Captain Hiram Blake, it's now run by his great-grandchildren. Family tradition is important here; you'll get to know each other over family-style meals and return for years to come. Fourteen... more
Enter coastal paradise at Oakland House Seaside Resort! The Resort is a handsome, 50-acre compound of family-sized cottages, bed and breakfast-styled Shore Oaks Seaside Inn, and a fine dining restaurant stretching along a half-mile of peaceful Eggemoggin Reach shorefront. Just like a hundred years ago, guests enjoy the same privacy, hiking trails,... more
Step back into the 19th century in this large, gracious 1846 Victorian home, just two blocks up from Eastport's Historic District Waterfront. Victorian buffs will be delighted with the ornately carved, marble-topped furniture, knick knacks and books with which the builder, Benjamin F. Milliken, furnished his home, and which he left intact.... more