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Peaks lives a weird double-life. It’s a commuter’s island—more than half its year-round residents ride the 15-minute ferry into Portland for work—but it also hosts waves of summer tourists, who come for art galleries, beaches, and wooded trails. From the balcony of one the Inn’s six suites, each with its own Jacuzzi and fireplace, Portland seems farther away than the skyline views would suggest.

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Peaks lives a weird double-life. It’s a commuter’s island—more than half its year-round residents ride the 15-minute ferry into Portland for work—but it also hosts waves of summer tourists, who come for art galleries, beaches, and wooded trails. From the balcony of one the Inn’s six suites, each with its own Jacuzzi and fireplace, Portland seems farther away than the skyline views would suggest.