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Midcoast Maine Articles
Showing 31-45 of 81 Resorts and Lodges
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
Past and present are happily married in the Welch House which was built in 1873 by a family of seafarers and was one of the first residences built atop McKown Hill. The hilltop setting provides an unsurpassed view of the town and Boothbay Harbor, yet restaurants, galleries and activities are a two minute walk down the hill.... 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
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
Samoset Resort is the elegant, triumphant result of over a century of coastal Maine hospitality. Just south of Camden, Maine cradled between lush green hills and the blue waters of Penobscot Bay lies the Samoset Resort Hotel, a perfect retreat for a romantic getaway, family vacation or group outing. A legendary landmark, the recently restored... 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
Craignair was built in 1928 to house workers from the nearby quarries. Little has changed here since the turn of the century, and you can still feel the mood of a once lively and active working town.... more
The Lawnmeer Inn, the oldest continuously operating inn in the Boothbay Harbor Region, turned 100 in 1998. Located just 2 miles from beautiful downtown Boothbay Harbor, a short drive from the solitude of Southport Island will take you to shopping, galleries, boat trips and endless summertime activities--but with an excellent on-site restaurant,... more
Come join us at Belfast Bay Meadows Inn, a family-oriented bed and breakfast on ten bayside acres overlooking one of Maine's most beautiful bays. The bright and airy guestrooms in the main house and the completely renovated barn combine old-fashioned atmosphere with today's conveniences. Belfast is a classic Maine coastal town with beautiful sea... more
Enjoy the special charm of Midcoast Maine...and the spectacular scenery of Penobscot Bay during your stay at the Belfast Harbor Inn. Situated on six acres overlooking the ocean, the Inn offers one of the areas most beautiful views of the bay and the historic port of Belfast. Our hotel features ocean view rooms with private balconies, outdoor... more
The Youngtown Inn is a classic 1810 farmhouse built proudly upon two centuries of New England heritage. Our intimate Inn offers six comfortable and tastefully decorated guest rooms with private baths. Some rooms offer queen canopy or sleigh beds, balconies and fireplaces. Seasonal rates available.... more