Norumbega Inn

Norumbega Inn

I’ve heard it said that the turreted, stone façade of the Norumbega Inn is the most photographed spot in Maine. I have my doubts, but it doesn’t seem like a stretch to put it in the top ten. The soaring seaside B&B was built in 1986 and modeled on the great castles of Europe. A former Culinary Institute of America prof runs the kitchen.

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