Hotels in Maine

Hugh Stewart

Based in downtown Damariscotta, this vacation home rental company specializes in Cape-style houses and waterfront cottages. The firm has a portfolio of... Read More

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... Read More

Though the main hotel building and restaurant have closed, this oceanside inn still offers a cluster of no-frills cabins for rent. Family owned and... Read More

This eight-room bed-and-breakfast takes its name from the locally quarried stone that make up its impressive gray façade. Built in 1840, the Federal... Read More

Our Place is a grey, wood-paneled compound from Marnelle and Gordon Bubar that resides on the island of North Haven, a ferry ride away from Rockland on... Read More

Situated in an 1860 Federal-style residence, the inn offers ocean views, an eclectic library, and manicured gardens. Read More

Built in 1793, this landmark inn on Northwest Harbor is on the National Register of Historic Places. It has since been restored, but original details... Read More

Just minutes from Portland's scenic Old Port in the Western Promenade neighborhood—renowned for its stately mid-19th-century homes designed by New... Read More

Set on the edge of the cobbled Old Port neighborhood, this opened-in-2003 hotel offers upscale (if somewhat corporate) accommodations just steps from... Read More

Once one of New England’s most fortified armories, the imposing brick Regency indeed looks impregnable, and the large brick fireplaces in the suites are... Read More

Though it isn’t as hyped as the coast, inland Maine is spectacular, with thousands of lakes and ponds, acres of cool pine forests, and countless... Read More

This luxurious coastal resort south of Camden, ME, has had many names, owners, and incarnations since it first debuted in 1889, but that’s only... Read More

This family friendly beachside hotel has been renovated…a zillion times. The earliest document referencing an inn on this site dates to 1660, and the... Read More

Located on Casco Bay, about an hour'a drive from Portland, this coastal resorts has harbor views and a variety of family-friendly activities, including... Read More

A sprawling resort on a quiet peninsula, Sebasco Harbor at peak season is a bustling community all its own. Among the clusters of cabins, the large main... Read More

Real estate veteran Sigrid Sproul and her team of agents specialize in selling waterfront homes and renting seasonal properties along the mid-coast of... Read More

Book this three-bedroom cottage on this spruce-covered spot in Frenchman Bay, well ahead of time. The master suite has spectacular sea views, a four... Read More

Boothbay Harbor, at the end of a bucolic peninsula on Maine’s midcoast, is a mecca for family vacationers. The ice cream stands and souvenir shops... Read More

Hidden on an island just south of picturesque Wiscasset, away from Vacationland's tourist crowds, this relaxed Maine inn is a world unto itself&mdash... Read More

Set on a rocky bluff between York Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean, the Stage Neck Inn is designed in an old New England style, with shake roofs, white... Read More

One of Maine’s larger ski resorts features eight interconnected mountains and 743 acres of trails. Sunday River’s Boundary-to-Boundary... Read More

This longtime hunting and fishing lodge on Moosehead Lake resides on an 11,000-acre nature preserve. John Willard and his family have run the resort... Read More

More than a century old, this bed-and-breakfast is located at the tip of the Permaquid Peninsula, just a six-minute walk from the Permaquid Lighthouse.... Read More

Predating Acadia National Park by 35 years, the 1884 Claremont is a throwback to the early days of Mount Desert Island leisure and opulence. There’s a... Read More

This grand dame of the Kennebunkport waterfront opened as a luxury hotel more than a century ago and has seen four generations of family management. A... Read More

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