Maine Accommodation and lodging listings
Acadia in Down East Maine will awe you. Hear the roar of Thunder Hole and the roar of The Cat's engines leaving for Scenic Nova Scotia. Feel the joy of spotting whales offshore or an eagle's nest in a wildlife refuge. From glacial rock formations to quaint towns and seldom explored lakes and woods.
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Major Maine destinations:Bar Harbor Old Orchard Beach Ogunquit Wells Kennebunkport
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Approx 1km away in Northeast Harbor:
Harbourside Inn, built in 1888, is located on a wooded hillside a few minutes walk from the village of Northeast Harbor on Route 198. The two buildings on the grounds were designed by famed architect Fred Savage in the "shingle style" that was so .....
Northeast Harbor, Maine
Approx 1km away in Bar Harbor:
Luxurious boutique hotel accommodations abound, many with magnificent ocean views. The West Street Hotel features Maines only rooftop pool offering unique and dramatic views of Frenchmans Bay and beyond.
Bar Harbor, Maine
Approx 1km away in South Bristol:
The Unique Yankee Inn at Christmas Cove, South Bristol, Maine, is a perfect getaway to use as a home base for day trips to an endless list of exciting destinations and activities available in mid-coast Maine. The Unique Yankee features an ocean .....
South Bristol, Maine
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Linger in famous Bar Harbor for the shopping and stay in a cosy bed and breakfast. Down East Maine beckons you. Bar Harbor is your Gateway to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and other Atlantic Canadian destinations.
The waters and mountains will lure you to the Moosehead Region and then lull you into a dreamy serenity. It is a place of natural delights: forested mountains, sparkling lakes, crystal blue skies and starry nights. Enjoy summer days moose watching from your canoe on a placid pond, or go for thrills with a wild whitewater raft trip. Winter brings fantastic snowmobiling, skiing and ice fishing.This area is also a mecca for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing and in the winter, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and other outdoor adventures. Greenville, at the foot of the lake is the hub for the region. The Moosehead Lake Region is your Gateway to New Brunswick and Atlantic Canada.