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Visit Maine resorts at beaches, lakes, mountains for a luxury vacation

Maine resorts are located along the coast, in beautiful places like Bar Harbor, Rockport, Boothbay, Ogunquit, Kennebunkport, Sebasco, and Wells; in the western mountains near Jackman. These beach and ocean resorts specialize in luxury, offering spa services, golf, water sports, and fine dining. Choose from one of these waterfront lodgings to stay for a great all-in-one vacation or weekend getaway for families with children, couples, and people who love the outdoors.
New Aerial View - Cliff House Maine - Cape Neddick, ME
Cliff House

591 Shore Road Cape Neddick, ME, 03902 Phone: 207-361-1000 Toll-Free: 855-210-6901

For decades, guests have come to this resort seeking high-end amenities, accommodations

When the original visitors (including Boston’s Cabots and Lodges) came to the Cliff House, they were seeking the ultimate seaside vacation. It’s why guests still return every year to the classic coastal resort, with its luxurious rooms and suites (all with private balconies, all with ocean views), world-class service and amenities. The resort has indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, all salt water, a tranquil spa with jaw-dropping ocean views, a state-of-the-art fitness center and movie theater, lovely gardens and dining options that are a delight for the eyes and the palate. The Tiller, the resort’s signature restaurant, sits suspended above the water, offering a menu based on fresh local ingredients from fishermen, farmers and purveyors. Area activities include hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing and snowshoeing.
Close Aerial View - Spruce Point Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Spruce Point Inn

88 Grandview Avenue Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4152 Toll-Free: 800-553-0289

Iconic, award-winning resort a jewel by the sparkling waters of Maine’s coast

Named one of Conde Nast’s top resorts and just an hour from Portland, the Spruce Point Inn provides the iconic coastal Maine experience vacationers are seeking. That means super-comfortable suites, rooms, cottages and townhouses, individually appointed with work from local artists, most with water views. It also means a full slate of activities, from children’s programs to hiking, kayaking, sailing cruises, swimming in two saltwater pools, fishing, tennis, croquet – even a gameroom with classic arcade games. Dining ranges from lobster rolls on the Grandview Deck to Sunday brunch at The Salty Stag to imaginative seasonal and sustainable menus at the classic Whiteclover restaurant. Area activities include whale watching, botanical gardens, golf and a railway village.
View from the Lake 500x250 - Attean Lake Lodge - Jackman, ME
Attean Lake Lodge

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

Unplug, relax, enjoy each other’s company at this picturesque, all-inclusive island resort

An all-inclusive retreat on a beautiful island set in one of Maine’s prettiest, most pristine lakes, the Attean Lake Lodge lets guests unplug and relax in gorgeous surroundings. Without electricity (the lodge has solar power and 24/7 wifi; the 14 cabins have gas and kerosene lighting), the atmosphere is relaxed and romantic. Finish that novel by your fireplace or play games by the stone fireplace in the rustic lodge, where you’ll also enjoy generous breakfasts and dinners. Lunches are packed in coolers, perfect for taking on a hike on the resort’s 20 miles of trails leading to ponds and berry-picking sites, or in a boat to a remote beach. In the evening, listen to the sound of the loons as you roast marshmallows by a big beach fire.
Aerial View - Point Sebago Golf Resort - Casco, ME
Point Sebago Golf Resort

261 Point Sebago Road Casco, ME, 04015 Phone: 207-558-8000 Toll-Free: 800-655-1232

Whether you’re seeking activities, relaxation (or both), this lake resort fits the bill

One of you wants a golfing vacation, and the other wants to relax by the lake? And the kids want to dress like pirates and hunt for hidden treasure? Not a problem at the Point Sebago Resort, where every day presents a variety of activities, from kayaking and fishing on Sebago Lake to golf on the 18-hole championship course to tennis, pickle ball and themed weekends (yes, one involves treasure and pirates). Accommodations are as varied as the activities, from RV and camp sites to glamping tents, tiny houses, deluxe vacation homes and a seven-bedroom lodge. There’s an on-site restaurants, a tiki bar, snack and ice cream stand and two lounges (one for adults only) offering pub food, pool tables and live entertainment.
Beach View from Deck - Lafayette's Oceanfront Resort - Wells Beach, ME
Lafayette's Oceanfront Resort

393 Mile Road Wells Beach, ME, 04090 Phone: 207-646-2831

Maine’s south coast offers beautiful beaches, variety of things to do four seasons of the year

Come experience the beauty of Maine’s south coast by booking a room, suite or cottage at Lafayette’s Oceanfront Resort, directly on beautiful Wells Beach. Enjoy your time on the expansive, sandy beach with tide pools for the kids, or relax in the year-round resort’s indoor pool and oversized waterfall hot tub. Five of the resort’s nine buildings are right on the beach, the others just steps away. Most rooms have ocean views, many with private balconies, some with kitchenettes. The resort also offers several private homes, also close to the beach. The Wells area has a variety of great restaurants, shops, hiking (and skiing/snowshoeing) trails, golf courses, museums, and many boating excursions, from romantic sunset sails to lobster-boat tours.

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Shoreline Village by the Sea Wells Maine
Village By The Sea

1373 Post Road Wells, ME, 04090 Phone: 207-646-1100 Toll-Free: 800-444-8862

Resort’s spacious suites, full slate of amenities guarantee a relaxing Maine vacation

Spacious suites in a resort close to beaches, amusement parks, golf and rope courses, kayaking and canoeing: That’s the setup for a perfect Maine vacation. Village by the Sea is a year-round condominium hotel resort that borders the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, featuring modern amenities from fully stocked kitchens, balconies and patios, and comfy living rooms to indoor and outdoor pools, hot tub, firepit with patio, basketball court, fitness center, barbecue grills and game room. Two-bedroom suites are about four times the size of an average hotel room, so you can really relax before heading out to a whale-watch or lighthouse tour; play golf or tennis; or explore nearby Wells Beach, the seaside villages of Ogunquit and Kennebunkport, York’s Wild Kingdom and other attractions.