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Midcoast Maine Articles
Showing 16-30 of 82 Resorts and Lodges
The Hawthorn enjoys the best location from which to explore the village of Camden and the mid-coast region of Maine. The Inn offers elegant spacious accommodations, some with jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, private decks, and more.We sit on 1 1/2 acres of landscaped gardens, patios and lawn and serve breakfast outside during the summer months. Some of... more
Welcome to the Five Gables Inn, a beautifully restored, turn-of-the-century country inn, and one of the last of its kind remaining out of the summer hotels in Maine's Boothbays. It's the perfect place to get that homey luxury you can't get just anywhere. With sixteen rooms, five fireplaces, and breakfast that's fit for a king, there's no end to the... more
Vacation by the Southport Bridge in the quiet of your own little island cottage. The four Thompson Cottages are just a stone’s throw from one of Maine's most picturesque waterways: Townsend Gut. A variety of boat traffic, tugs, fishing boats, yachts, windjammers, and excursion boats pass through the Southport Bridge all summer long. You'll be... more
Set atop a ledge overlooking island-studded Penobscot Bay, Beloin's can offer you a restful Maine vacation. Find yourself a private nook on the rocks, listen to the waves, watch the sailboats and lobster boats and forget your cares! Beloin's is centrally located in scenic Camden, Maine. Camden is known as "Where the Mountains Meet the Sea." If your... more
Camden Harbour Inn, built in 1874, overlooks one of Maine's most historic and picturesque harbors. In the 1800s, the village of Camden was a working seaport bustling with cargo and fishing schooners. At that time, steamships traveling in summer from Boston to Bangor would lay over in Camden, and passengers would disembark for overnight lodging at... more
The Country Inn at Camden/Rockport is a restored vestige of pure year-round Maine coast charm. You won't find many inn-style establishments like this anymore, and once you've found the Country Inn you'll rediscover what makes this area so special. In the tradition of a 1940s roadside inn, you choose from home-style inn rooms or luxury cottage... more
Anchor Watch is on the shorefront in Boothbay Harbor. From the pier, you can dangle your feet in the cool Atlantic, dive in for a refreshing swim and watch lobster boats hauling their traps. You'll see a variety of seabirds and, once in a while, a seal swimming by.... more
You'll find Blackberry Inn and the Elms Inn just one-quarter mile from the center of Camden village, the "Jewel of the Maine Coast," with it's picturesque harbor, diverse small shops and acclaimed restaurants. Each of these charming inns feature the ideal accommodations for a relaxing romantic weekend away, or just a family trip to the coast! ... more
Stone Haven is a hideaway of small houses within 20 mountaintop acres of birches, pines, granite ledges and blueberries. We are four miles from downtown Bar Harbor--close enough to enjoy all Bar Harbor has to offer, yet far enough away for privacy and quiet relaxation amid natural surroundings. Leave your automobile parked at your cottage and... more
Built in 1851, Belhaven consists of 16 rooms: 4 Guest Rooms & Efficiency Guest Suite, 4 Common Rooms, Dining Room, Kitchen, owners quarters and 2 third floor bedrooms. As you enter our columned front porch & beautiful oak paneled entrance foyer with its mullioned windows, you begin to see what a wonderful family home this was back in the 1850's... more
The Newagen Seaside Inn is poised on the tip of historic Cape Newagen. Here in the heart of Maine's famed Boothbay Harbor, the inn overlooks rocky cliffs, thick forests and the majestic sea; it evokes a nearly century-old traditional spirit and understated elegance. Walk, sit poolside or play croquet in the sea air, lightly scented with evergreen;... more