Northern Maine offers cabins and cottages for authentic Maine getaway

Lodging choices in the Maine Highlands include cabins and cottages, some of them close to Millinocket Lake, Mount Katahdin, and Baxter State Park. This ME region, including the towns of Bangor, Orono, and Millinocket, puts visitors close to outdoor activities popular in this beautiful region, include white water rafting, float trips, canoe touring, moose and wildlife tours, kayak instruction, spin casting and fly fishing, hiking, snowmobiling and more.
Arlington Cottage 500x250 - Attean Lake Lodge - Jackman, ME
Attean Lake Lodge

On Birch Island in Attean Lake Jackman, ME, 04945 Phone: 207-668-3792

Rustic, inviting cottages are part of this lake resort’s plan to provide home-away-from-home vacations

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Rustic, warm, inviting: That’s what the cottages at Attean Lake Lodge are all about. And that’s what guests who stay at this all-inclusive island resort have come to love about their vacations by the lake. The resort’s cottages are refurbished, some completely rebuilt, all with full baths, wood-burning fireplaces – and private porches with breathtaking lake and mountain views (some are right by the beach). The one- to three-bedroom cottages, spaced far enough apart to ensure privacy, are lit by kerosene lamps and gas lights. Ice and firewood are delivered daily. It’s all part of the resort’s plan to bring you back to a more relaxed time. Spend your days kayaking, swimming, hiking, paddle boarding, dining in the main lodge – and your nights in your cozy cabin.
Rustic Cabin - The Birches Resort - Rockwood, ME
The Birches Resort

281 Birches Road Rockwood, ME, 04478 Phone: 207-534-7588 Toll-Free: 800-825-9453

Lakeside cabins, cottages exude rustic charm but don’t skimp on modern amenities

At The Birches Resort on Moosehead Lake, accommodations combine rustic charm and modern conveniences. Cozy lakeside cabins – one-, two- and four-bedroom – have covered porches, gas heat and wood stoves; some have stone fireplaces. All have breathtaking lake views and are pet friendly. Make your meals in your kitchenette or dine at the Birches Restaurant. Need something a little larger than a cabin? The resort’s cottages and private homes come with full kitchens, dining areas and stone fireplaces; some have their own docks and outdoor hot tubs. Wake up to bird songs in the woods and plan your day of hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing or, in the winter, skiing and snowshoeing. Or go on a moose safari or Jeep wildlife tour.
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