Hotels in Maine

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Shingled lodge built in 1887 offering laid-back comfort on Frenchman's Bay, one of Maine's most scenic coastal spots. Read More

The marquee attraction on Mount Desert Island, of course, is the supremely family-friendly Acadia National Park. When you’re not hiking or joining a... Read More

This 1891 inn, a sister property to the nearby White Barn, is set right on Mother’s Beach overlooking the steel-blue waters of the Atlantic.... Read More

Located in the western Maine town of Bethel, this Broad Street Historic District inn offers opportunities to golf in the summer, watch the leaves change... Read More

Just 15 minutes south of Portland on Prout’s Neck—the coastal tramping grounds of renowned Maine artist Winslow Homer—this 1878 inn... Read More

Arguably the finest inn in all of inland Maine (and possibly the entire state), the Blair Hill Inn is pure North Woods fantasy. The manicured 15-acre,... Read More

Inland Maine isn’t known for its elegant accommodations, but Blair Hill is the conspicuous exception to the rule. A grand hillside mansion on a... Read More

This recently revamped hotel feels like a traditional Maine cottage, though its 34 cozy rooms are totally up-to-speed: free Wi-Fi, pillow-top mattresses... Read More

After breezing through Maine on a leaf-peeping tour in 2003 , Dutch duo (and hospitality-industry veterans) Oscar Verest and Raymond Brunyanszki... Read More

One of Maine’s two entries in the Relais & Châteaux alliance of luxury hotels, Camden Harbour Inn has a hillside location with arresting views of... Read More

A Relais & Châteaux property, Camden Harbour Inn is one part stately New England Brahmanism and one part Euro-chic refinement.  The view of... Read More

Marble bathrooms, massive windows, and radiant floor heating are the sort of touches you can expect in the coastal-inspired rooms and suites of the Cape... Read More

At the 20-room Captain Lord Mansion, a pale yellow 1812 folly with Federal-era antiques and stately fireplaces, sip iced tea in the shade of the... Read More

Located in the village of Castine, just steps from the harbor, this historic boutique hotel offers rural charm with a touch of the modern. The inn's 19... Read More

Chebeague Island Inn is a tasteful, pared-down vision of grand seaside living—massive fieldstone fireplace, board games, and overstuffed chairs in... Read More

If there’s a lovelier wraparound porch in all of Maine, I haven’t found it. This restored Greek Revival inn was built in the 1920s on the largest island... Read More

Designated by the federal government as a historic property, this central Maine inn dates back to 1864, and originally served as a farmhouse and... Read More

The 19th-century proeprty has a wraparound porch, and 11 of the 24 rooms have views of Somes Sound (considered the United States' only fjord). If booked... Read More

The majestic white hotel on Kennebunkport beach has a sister property on South Florida’s Gold Coast, at Delray Beach to be exact, that operates... Read More

Granite workers from a nearby quarry used to bunk at this delightfully simple rooming house, which overlooks a narrow spit between two coves in Andrew... Read More

Situated directly on York Harbor, this family-owned inn is housed in a white clapboard cottage built in the 1890’s, with covered porches... Read More

This 22-room, telephone-free escape on Maine’s central coast is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Gilmore Huston, a successful ship chandler... Read More

Frost Mountain Yurts offers a year-round outdoor escape in western Maine, complete with an unusual setting that’s devoid of modern conveniences... Read More

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