Hotels in Maine

Hugh Stewart

Try a classic sporting camp stay in one of the 18 cabins (meals are served in the main lodge), which has a sandy lake beach. Read More

A far cry from the quaint B&Bs for which New England is famous, this full-service seasonal resort in the coastal Maine town of Bar Harbor has 187... Read More

Bargain-hunters, outdoorsy types, and persnickety hotel-goers all like this comfortable inn within short walking distance of bustling Freeport, a.k.a.... Read More

A historic inn right in the middle of the harbor town of Camden, Hartstone is actually a cluster of handsome buildings with views of the dramatic Camden... Read More

A restored seaside church, this nine-room inn on Wells Beach maintains a touch of the sublime. Chandeliers, stained-glass windows, and overstuffed... Read More

The allure of this southern Maine hotel just north of Kennebunkport is the setting—and the food. The 36 private cottages (some with two bedrooms,... Read More

Housed in a converted 19th-century farmhouse, this Victorian-style hotel is only a two-minute walk from the pine-shaded beach and iconic lighthouse of... Read More

While many of Bath’s historic homes and former sea captains’ residences (identifiable by their cupola-esque widow’s walks) are now B... Read More

An on-call launch service takes you out to a tiny mound of windswept granite, a half-mile off of (car-accessible) Southport Island. There, you settle in... Read More

Cottage comfort gets ultrastylish at this 32-room inn compound, set on 22 sloping acres fronting scenic Penobscot Bay. In 2008, the managing partners ... Read More

This seasonal property on Maine’s central coast is open from April through October and resides on a grassy knoll along Penobscot Bay’s rocky... Read More

On one side: the perfect blue of Penobscot Bay, with its bobbing sailboats and island chains that streak across the horizon. On the other side: the... Read More

Connected by a private boardwalk to sandy, three-mile-long Crescent Beach, this five-acre resort reopened in June 2008 after a multimillion-dollar eco... Read More

There’s precious little glitz to this New England classic. An immaculate lawn, scattered with Adirondack chairs, slopes towards the sea. A gravel path... Read More

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... Read More

Isle Au Haut is one of the great secrets of the National Park System, a trail-covered annex of Acadia National Park to the north that sees a fraction of... Read More

The eight-room, Queen Anne Victorian inn dates from 1904 and was purchased by Pamela Parker and Bryan Stevens back in 2010. The establishment opens in... Read More

The coast doesn’t have a monopoly on Maine romance. Snuggle in a shared sleeping bag or cozy up in front of the woodstove at these off-the-grid mountain... Read More

The lodge offers prime views of tree-lined Moosehead Lake, with northern section of the Appalachian mountains in the background. In summer, there are... Read More

This homey, eco-friendly bed and breakfast is set against the backdrop of nature: expansive open spaces, century-old maple trees, and numerous hiking... Read More

Since 1995, Medomak has been providing wholesome summer activities the whole family can enjoy. This traditional New England summer camp offers... Read More

A rustic (but not too rustic) family camp on Maine’s Sebago Lake, Migis dates back to 1916 (its early owner was the founder of the Camp Fire Girls). The... Read More

Not to be confused with that other Seaside Inn (a common moniker in coastal Maine), Newagen has hosted guests like Frank Sinatra and Rachel Carson, who... Read More

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