Maine inns in Mid Coast Region place you in comfort & natural beauty

Inns in Midcoast Maine towns, including towns of Rockland, Camden, Brunswick, Boothbay, and Bath, are smaller, sometimes in historic homes, and they are closely tapped in to the local atmosphere, customs, history, and attractions. The strong point of many ME inns is their individual, personalized service. Innkeepers are usually pleased to offer additional small services and to give guests the lowdown on local dining and entertainments. Inns may have onsite restaurants, and they are fully equipped with creature comforts like television and Internet access.
Exterior Backyard View - Hawthorn Inn - Camden, ME
Hawthorn Inn

9 High Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-8842

Escape to a lovely mid-coast town, and an equally lovely inn

You need a place for restorative getaways and places to celebrate. The Hawthorn Inn is the place with comfortable rooms, some with gas-log fireplaces, harbor views, private balconies, and jetted tubs for two. The expansive property with green open spaces is steps away from Camden Harbor and a 4-minute walk to the village center. Scrumptious two-course breakfasts are served daily. The innkeepers provide curated suggestions for exploring nearby places to kayak, sail, hike, bike, bird, eat, ski, snowshoe and enjoy the arts. This Queen Anne-style inn, in the historic district, is open year-round and offers packages for you to stay, play and unwind.
Fireplace Guest Room - Lord Camden Inn - Camden, ME
Lord Camden Inn

24 Main Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-4325 Toll-Free: 800-336-4325

Three-Diamond inn close to lively Camden’s shops, restaurants and activities

In the heart of Camden Village and just steps to its eclectic assortment of shops, restaurants and galleries, the Lord Camden Inn is an oasis of comfort, elegance and superior service. The AAA Three-Diamond inn’s 36 guest rooms and suites are stylish and comfortable, many with incorporated Old World brick walls and fireplaces, all with scenic views of the Megunticook River, the harbor, Penobscot Bay or the River District. There’s a fully equipped fitness room, and breakfast is included. Activities in the lively Camden/Rockland/Rockport area include art museums as well as museums for transportation and for lighthouses; kayaking and canoeing; fabulous hiking with breathtaking views; and, in the winter, world-class skiing, snowboarding, snow-tubing, ice skating and tobogganing.

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Front Facade - Berry Manor Inn - Rockland, ME
Berry Manor Inn

81 Talbot Avenue Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-596-7696 Toll-Free: 800-774-5692

Inn in delightful coastal region has well-earned reputation for being a cut above

Twice, Trip Advisor has named the Berry Manor Inn one of the top best bed and breakfasts in the U.S. And here’s why: It’s in a historic residential area in Rockland, one of the country’s coolest towns (especially if you love food – or art); its rooms celebrate the elegance of the Victorian era (some have four-poster or canopy beds and working fireplaces); the inn staff is the ultimate in friendly; and the home-made breakfast is fabulous. And there’s this: home-baked pies in the pantry. Enjoy the inn’s grandeur while you plan your activities from golf, kayaking and skiing to visiting local farms, orchards, wineries and breweries. Ask about packages for true romantics or to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries.
Double Room- Fisherman's Wharf Inn - Boothbay Harbor ME
Fisherman's Wharf Inn

22 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: Toll-Free: 800-628-6872

You’ll feel like you are living in a picture postcard when you stay at this scenic waterfront inn

Guests have been known to feel like they are living in a picture postcard when they stay at the Fisherman’s Wharf Inn, in the heart of Boothbay Harbor. After all, with your room or suite perched right over the harbor, your views are beyond picturesque (and the ocean breezes from your balcony or deck invigorating). With free wifi, an award-winning restaurant and some of the largest rooms on the harbor, the inn has a lot to offer vacationers. And, there is so much to do in the area, from scenic cruises to lighthouses or Monhegan Island and mackerel fishing tours to ocean kayaking, mini golf, the Maine State Aquarium, musical theater, an opera house, great shopping and galleries and botanical gardens.

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Room 11 - Harbour Towne Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Harbour Towne Inn on the Waterfront

71 Townsend Avenue Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4300

Victorian-style waterfront inn is in a quiet location but close to harbor activities

Right on the waterfront, overlooking Boothbay Harbor, the Harbour Towne Inn offers guests the best of both vacation worlds: a quiet location that also is close to this bustling town’s many activities and attractions. Choose from a penthouse suite with a view out to the Atlantic or one of 11 spacious, individually appointed Victorian-style guest rooms, many with harbor views. A gourmet breakfast, with savory dishes, fruit and home-baked pastries, is served every morning. Stroll into town to check out shops, galleries and restaurants (don’t leave without dining on something lobster-centric). You can also arrange for a boating excursion to glide by lighthouses, haul in lobster traps or view puffins or whales. Nearby activities include hiking, kayaking, the Maine State Aquarium and botanical gardens.
Front Door & Garden - Granite Inn - Rockland, ME
Granite Inn

546 Main Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-9036 Toll-Free: 800-386-9036

Stately inn perfect place to launch your coastal Maine adventure

You can’t miss the Granite Inn: It’s that fabulous gray stone building on Main Street overlooking Rockland Harbor. In a national historic district, an easy walk to museums, restaurants, stores and galleries, the 1840 inn features eight gorgeous guest rooms, some with harbor views, fireplaces or whirlpool baths. The inn, kid- and pet-friendly, honors its past with antiques and relishes the present with all the modern amenities. Go online, or go into the lounge area and read the latest novel. Enjoy a hearty, healthy, homemade breakfast in the morning and tea and conversation on the expansive front porch in the afternoon. In Rockland, book a windjammer cruise or just stroll by the harbor with its historic schooner berths.
View from the Water - Tugboat Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Tugboat Inn

80 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4434

Launch your seaside vacation from this comfortable inn on scenic Boothbay Harbor

Vacation in comfort by the sea at the Tugboat Inn, right on beautiful Boothbay Harbor. The inn’s 64 rooms and suites are spacious and convenient, with free wifi, mini-fridges and beds you can sink into after a full day of activities. You can book a sail on a schooner, check out whales or puffins on a nature cruise, hike and bike through land trust preserves, go ocean kayaking or go out to haul in some lobster traps. Speaking of lobster, the inn’s restaurant has a great lobster roll as well as other regional favorites. There’s a hot tub on the marina deck (the inn has a private marina for boats of all kinds), and live music in the lounge in the evening.
Front View - LimeRock Inn - Rockland, ME
LimeRock Inn

96 LimeRock Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-2257 Toll-Free: 800-546-3762

A Victorian inn where visitors find a vacation home away from home

Rockland’s first bed and breakfast, the LimeRock Inn knows how to make guests feel they have a vacation home away from home. Located on a quiet side street in a historic neighborhood district, a short stroll from the bustling town center, the inn combines the elegance of its Queen Anne-style architecture (complete with turret) with modern amenities like a gourmet homemade breakfast and sumptuous bedding in its eight guest rooms, some with fireplaces. From the wicker-furnished wraparound porch and informal English gardens to its fireplaced living room and open guest pantries, this Victorian mansion welcomes visitors seeking to explore all the mid-coast offers, from lighthouse tours and breathtaking oceanside walks to European-style shopping, gallery-hopping and antiquing.
Mattie Suite - Captain Swift Inn - Camden, ME
Captain Swift Inn

72 Elm Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-230-4028

Gem of a 4-Diamond inn sparkles in this pretty coastal Maine village

A gem of an inn in Camden’s seaside village, it’s no surprise that the Captain Swift Inn is a AAA 4-Diamond property. Attentive service, sumptuous three-course breakfasts by candle light and completely remodeled and finely appointed accommodations guarantee an unforgettable stay in coastal Maine. Allow yourself to be spoiled in your room or suite with a fireplace, oversized whirlpool tub and private deck. With fresh flowers, plush robes and fine linens, the rooms are perfect for utter relaxation. Three fireplaced sitting rooms, a full-service bar and guest pantry make your stay even more comfortable. It’s just a two-block stroll to the harbor, shops and restaurants. Area activities range from winter skiing to hiking, biking and kayaking in warmer months.
Exterior Dusk View - Newcastle Inn - Newcastle, ME
Newcastle Inn

60 River Road Newcastle, ME, 04553 Phone: 207-563-5685

Launch your see-Maine expedition from this cozy inn by the river

If you’re looking to explore Maine’s many delights, you want the perfect spot as your home base. You will find it at the Newcastle Inn, a cozy country inn nestled in the Damariscotta Region of the Pemaquid Peninsula. The 14 rooms in this historic inn and carriage house have private baths, antiques, luxurious linens and the kind of ambiance that urges relaxation. Some have four-poster beds, fireplaces, private decks and garden or river views. Wake up to the aroma of freshly baked muffins or sizzling bacon, enjoy your hearty breakfast, then get ready to explore the region. Go kayaking on the river, visit a brewery, go mountain biking, visit a botanical garden or a museum, take a boat to Monhegan Island.
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