Places to Stay in Maine
Welcome to Stay Maine, listing a comprehensive summary of accommodations in Maine. The properties listed include Hotels, Inns and Bed & Breakfasts, Motels and Lodges and RV parks, cottages and camping.
In Aroostook, Maine’s largest and northernmost county, you’ll find an abundance of natural, cultural and recreational resources. Popular destinations: Jackman
This Maine Highlands is a region of pristine natural resources and boasts a few of Maine's best known features.
Popular destinations: Bangor. In what is the widest north-south stretch of any Maine region, the Kennebec-Moose River Valley contains both the remote unpopulated frontier, and the heartbeat of commerce and travel, including the capital of the state, Augusta.
Popular destinations: Augusta
The westernmost region of the state has both the conveniences of city life and the pleasures of natural settings. Popular destinations: Bethel , Fryeburg. At the southern tip of the state is the South Coast region. Breathtaking coastal scenery, broad beaches of pure white sand, and quaint, picturesque New England villages mark the Southern Maine Coast. Popular destinations: Kennebunkport, Ogunquit. On the western side of the Penobscot River Bay lies the Midcoast Region, where both beautful coastal scenery and modern civilization merge. Popular destinations: Bath , Boothbay Harbour
Downeast & Acadia - best known for being home to Acadia National Park, is essentially the last outpost before entering the eastern and northern 'frontiers' of Maine. Discover why so many travelers make Downeast their vacation destination. Popular destinations: Bar Harbor
A four-season destination in Southern Maine. The Greater Portland area offers scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, a thrilling arts community. Popular destinations: Freeport
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Listed in Bar Harbor
This historic 1864 Bar Harbor bed and breakfast inn reflects the grace and beauty of the mid-Victorian time. Each room features a fireplace and/or balcony and is uniquely styled with antique and period furnishings. Great Breakfast on porch-formal dining room-terrace-or in your room. Central to .....
Listed in Georgetown Island
Opened as the "Seguinland" in June, 1904, this premier Maine waterside inn was built by Walter Reid, who later gave another parcel of his estate to become Reid State Park. The inn is believed to be the last classic "shingle-style" hotel still in operation on the Maine coast. In wonderfully original .....
Listed in Kittery
Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa (formerly the Inn at Portsmouth Harbor). On the hill above the river, an historic inn looks out to sea. The Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa, a lovely Victorian bed-and-breakfast, invites you to step back in time to days of a slower pace. Built in 1879, the inn offers five .....
Listed in York Beach
For more than a century, Sand and Surf Inn in York Maine has welcomed summer guests to this magnificent setting. Let us take you back to those gentler times of summers on the rugged coast of Maine. Relaxing afternoons on the porch, strolling the beach or savoring the local attractions. Awake to the .....
Listed in Portland
Pomegranate Inn Bed & Breakfast - a very special place to stay in Portland, Maine ... a place with a sense of peace and privilege. This small, sophisticated hotel offers a quiet haven from the tensions of travel. Whether your sojourn is for business or pleasure, staying at Portland, Maine's .....
Listed in Bethel
Come, step back in time to a bygone era of elegant, unhurried, gracious living. The Victoria, an historic inn built in 1895 by a local landowner and cattle dealer is located in the heart of Bethel, a classic New England village. The inn has been lovingly restored with the décor and antiques of the .....