Chebeague Island Inn

Chebeague Island Inn

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 in Casco Bay, a 15-minute hop from the mainland. The proximity means Chebeague doesn’t have the rustic, isolated ambiance of many Maine islands (there’s a big golf club next door), but the phone- and TV-free rooms still feel romantic and quaint.

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