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Located in Searsport, Maine on Penobscot Bay, the Victorian Inn recalls an earlier era when it was home to a sea captain. With five magnificent fireplaces, period antiques and spacious rooms, the Victorian Inn has earned praise from magazines and newspapers as far away as Atlanta.... more
Colonial Gables Oceanfront Village overlooks beautiful Penobscot Bay in the heart of coastal Maine. The resort's 10 acres are home to 53 cottages and an expansive sandy beach, a rarity on the rocky Maine coast. Studios, one- and two-bedroom cottages and guestrooms feature kitchenettes and private seaside porches with panoramic ocean views. This... more
Celebrate your love and passions in life with our exclusive package in honor of the Virginia is for Lovers award-winning slogan. Enjoy our gourmet basket filled with a bottle of Virginia wine, Oceanfront Inn wine glasses, wine bottle opener,and local gourmet chocolate by Schokalad Factory. Minimum 2 nights oceanfront accommodations Gourmet... more
Explore Maine’s coast from Cod Cove Inn at your own pace. Here you’ll find all you need to meet your vacation tempo, both upbeat and low key! Whether you want just to eat lobster, see lighthouses, hunt for antiques, or go whale watching, you will be within an easy driving distance to your desired destination At Cod Cove Inn. The amenities of a... more
However you picture your perfect New England, oceanfront vacation, you can find it at Cottage Connection of Maine, Inc. Experience real Maine hospitality and take a journey through quaint Maine villages like Harpswell or Waldoboro to reserve an exclusive vacation home or cozy cottage on the ocean, river, or lake to be the central setting to an... more
Norumbega Inn is a romantic, stone castle by-the-sea B&B with exquisite suites and spectacular views of Camden Harbor. On the National Historic Register, Norumbega has won numerous awards for its charm and service.... more
On the calm shores of the Atlantic Ocean rests Fisherman's Wharf Inn. Here, you'll be in the heart of Boothbay Harbor, placing you near all the excitement of all the local attractions. Spend your days whale watching, fishing, sailing or just relaxing with your loved ones. Feel right at home at the inn with modern amenities including a fitness room... 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
Visit the only sandy beachfront resort in the Boothbay Harbor Area! Just a mere mile from downtown Boothbay Harbor, Beach Cove Hotel and Resort is your quiet family getaway. Avoid the crowds with the resort's private beach and pier as you explore the bay on free canoes and rowboats. Why take the car into town when you can stroll along the one mile... more
This acclaimed seaside inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is Yankee Magazine's Editor's Choice! Five comfortable rooms feature private baths, period furnishings, and its unique, 200-year-old sense of the past. Enjoy a multi-course breakfast on the sun porch overlooking Penobscot Bay. Less than an hour's drive from... 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
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