Newagen Seaside Inn

Newagen Seaside Inn

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 came to the tip of this cape seeking ocean views and ends-of-the-earth solitude. The hotel opened in 1816, but today’s white clapboards and colonial columns went up following a 1943 fire.

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