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.

Select from available towns / cities :

Major Maine destinations:

Bar Harbor Old Orchard Beach Ogunquit Wells Kennebunkport

Todays featured Maine accommodations:

Pres du Port B&B

Photograph of Pres du Port B&B, Stonington

Approx 1km away in Stonington:

This lovely old saltwater home was built in 1849 when Stonington was an important source of granite for the developing urban centers of our country. The house is located on a rise overlooking Greenhead Cove, home to many of the 400 lobster boats that fish from here.

West Main St. and Highland Avenue
Stonington, Maine

Clark Point Inn

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Photograph of Clark Point Inn, Southwest Harbour

Approx 2km away in Southwest Harbour:

The Inn is on the “Quiet Side” of Mount Desert Island within walking distance to the village and its restaraunts and shops.

109 Clark Point Road
Southwest Harbour, Maine

Coveside Bed & Breakfast

Photograph of Coveside Bed & Breakfast, Georgetown

Approx 3km away in Georgetown:

Coveside Bed & Breakfast sits on five secluded acres on a rocky cove, near the village of Five Islands, in Georgetown, Maine. Every room has a water view, whether in the main house of the bed and breakfast or the Cottage Guest House.

6 Gotts Cove Lane
Georgetown, Maine

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

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.

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