Listed under Calais Motels, located approximately 2.22km away.
The International Motel is located less than a mile from the Canadian border, and is close to department stores, a movie theatre, golf course, fitness center, playgrounds, and hospital. Basketball and tennis courts are also nearby. You'll always find clean and comfortable accommodations, reasonable rates and friendly service. Wake up calls and fax services are also available. There is a fully licensed restaurant and lounge adjacent to the motel. Watch the beautiful St. Croix River roll by from ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Calais Motels, located approximately 0.56km away.
7 Miles South Of Calais, Maine On Route 1 Your Hosts - Claire & Dale Wing Clean Rooms - Quiet Location Cable TV - Senior Discount Housekeeping Units - Weekly Rates Overlooking Historic St Croix Island Seasonal - May Through October [ More details ]
Listed under Calais Motels, located approximately 48.21km away.
Set amidst 60 acres of tranquil Maine countryside, at Heslin's you can enjoy panoramic views of the St. Croix River and Canada from picture windows or on trails that wind through shady glades and by the waters edge. Nature lovers will enjoy the many species of birds and the phenomenon of the greatest tidal range in the Continental U.S. [ More details ]
Listed under Calais Motels, located approximately 1.19km away.
Olympic sized swimming pool, hot tub & exercise room. Full service catering with complete banquet room and meeting rooms. Licensed restaurant - Home cooked meals. Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. Located less than a mile from the Canadian border. 70 units - Smoking and non-smoking rooms. Remote cable TV, phone, A/C in each room. ATM machine on premises. Wake-up calls and fax service available. Hometown friendliness and cleanliness. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Calais Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.64km away.
Come relax in the friendly atmosphere of an 1840 Greek Revival home located in the heart of downtown. The home, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, built by local lumber Merchant A.H. Sawyer as a wedding gift for one of his daughters features a lovely double front parlor with black marble fireplaces mantles, Corinthian columns, nine over nine long windows with interior shutters, and beautiful hardwood maple floors. [ More details ]