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Discover accommodations that cater to every taste and budget. On the Maine Coast, you'll find elegant country inns, hotels, bed and breakfasts, family motels and motor lodges, luxury resorts and fabulous full service campgrounds. Vacation Home Rentals.

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Maine lodging truly has something to offer all travelers, no matter what your accommodation preference or how much you can spend on your Maine vacation. Maine bed and breakfasts offer historic charm and elegance ideal for a romantic getaway. Maine resorts and hotels are often all-inclusive for lots of affordable family fun that everyone can enjoy, from indoor and outdoor swimming pools and family activities programs, golf, bike paths, and boat rentals, to on site dining and evening entertainment. For more adventurous vacationers, full service campgrounds will provide everything they need for their outdoors getaway, playgrounds, fitness facilities, general stores and family movie nights for example. Business travelers to Maine may choose to stay in a conveniently located motel or motor lodge, which typically offer comfort and affordability. Visitors may also choose a private house rental, featuring all the amenities of home in a beautiful setting by the beach, lake or Maine's ski mountains. Whatever you are looking for in your Maine getaway, there are accommodations to fit every taste and budget.

Maine bed and breakfasts offer genuine Maine hospitality and personal service unlike anything else. Innkeepers instantly welcome you to their property and will attend to all your needs. Whether you are looking for recommendations for things to do in the area or just want to chat by the fire about the history of their inn and how they decided to become innkeepers. Maine bed and breakfasts also include gourmet meals each morning, using the finest local ingredients like fresh blueberries and maple syrup. You can choose from grand seaside homes that have been converted into luxury accommodations or more quaint historic Maine mansions with old-fashioned charm located in the heart of Maine' s best towns. Although Maine inns are perfect for that special, romantic getaway, most welcome children and even pets. Whether you are looking for a fancy, four-diamond getaway or a more affordable, casual and cozy accommodation, Maine bed and breakfasts have it all.

If you are looking for a more exciting and family-friendly option, Maine resorts and hotels may be the perfect fit for you. These properties are often located in spectacular settings on the Maine coast, inland on the lakes or ponds, or in Maine's ski mountain regions. Whatever your setting, they all offer many amenities for your convenience and enjoyment during your stay. On the coast, beachside resorts are great for families looking to play in the sun and enjoy the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Many Maine resorts offer indoor and outdoor pools. some are heated, others are salt water pools. For golf-enthusiasts, come enjoy a stay at a resort located on one of over 120 beautiful Maine golf courses, with world-class greens and Championship courses. In the lakes and mountains regions, many resorts provide organized activities like fishing lessons, hikes, canoeing, kayaking and other water sports. In the winter, a Maine ski resort is ideal for easy trail access to skiing and snowboarding during the day and lounging fireside with hot cocoa at night. Many Maine hotels and resorts are also home to world-class spas, offering many relaxing packages during your stay that might include saunas, massages, facials or hot rock therapy. The Cliff House Resort in Ogunquit features Maine blueberries in many of their spa products, so very unique and native.

Maine resorts may feature gourmet restaurants or be centrally located in towns with great dining and shopping just steps away. Accommodations can range from typical lodging rooms or suites, to condominium or cottage-style, which is great for the whole family. All of these resort options are also very affordable, with many offering specials, deals, packages and low rates during different seasons, something to accommodate any budget!

Northern Maine is blessed with beautiful lakes, mountains and woods making it an ideal location for camping or a cottage. Maine camps and campgrounds are great places to enjoy the unspoiled beauty of nature. Lakeside campgrounds offer beautiful white sand beaches and water sports, boat rentals, fishing and more. Most campgrounds offer full hook-ups for your convenience. Maine campgrounds have all you need for your vacation, with many grounds offering bath houses and restaurants plus general stores that sell groceries and fishing supplies. The kids will love the swimming pools, recreation centers, tennis and basketball courts and playgrounds. For family fun, many campgrounds offer nightly entertainment like karaoke and movies, or even entire theme weekends. But don't worry, if you are hoping to have a quieter, more relaxing camping experience, there are also many more remote campgrounds that will offer you the peace and serenity you are looking for. If you are looking to be truly outdoorsy and adventurous, guests can also choose to stay in tents on site and grill by campfire. Maine campgrounds are especially popular for those looking to travel on a budget and enjoy outdoor activities like fishing, hunting or hiking and biking.

Maine also offers rustic camps and hunting and fishing lodges, a step above camping, but still offering a true nature setting. At Maine camps, home cooked family-style meals are served in the main dining hall, while your lodging is in a separate cottage, log cabin, or camp lodge. Hunting and Fishing excursions are offered with Maine Guides, or you may have the opportunity to go on moose safari or a cross-country ski to a remote yurt, or snowmobile into the Great North Woods from your camp.

Many Maine motels and motor lodges are popular for business travelers, looking for an affordable but comfortable place to stay while they attend meetings or conferences at local businesses. Intended for easy access, many motels are located near major roadways like I95 or other travel facilities like airports, bus or train stations, with ample parking. Motels and motor lodges can also be a family-friendly option for those on a budget. Most Maine chain hotels and independent small motels are located with easy access to shopping, dining and beaches or nearby attractions.

Another popular lodging option amongst visitors is a private home rental in Maine. Especially ideal for larger groups or families, a house rental is a way to enjoy all of the comforts of home in a beautiful setting. Imagine opening the door to your patio, overlooking sandy beach and ocean waves or having your morning coffee on the porch while watching boats pass by in the harbor. Private rentals offer spacious accommodations and amenities of home like a full kitchen – which saves money on dining out, living room with TV and entertainment system, and multiple bedrooms and baths. Maine homes can rent for a week, month, or even an entire season depending on how long you would like to stay. In the summer, enjoy a waterfront home with easy access to lakes, beaches, boating, shopping and dining. In the winter, skiers and snow sport enthusiasts will love the chance to rent a chalet or ski house in the mountains near one of Maine's premier ski destinations like Sugarloaf, Sunday River, Saddleback or Shawnee Peak.

Visit Maine Lodging Guide on FacebookA Maine vacation will be fun and memorable no matter where you choose to stay. With something to fit every preference and budget, there are truly endless lodging options. Whether you are looking for a fun filled family getaway or just hoping to relax with someone special, there is something to fit your travel needs. Most Maine lodging properties off year-round deals, specials and packages so be sure to look out for those when planning your vacation in order to get the best deals.

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Maine is a land of rugged coastline. Lighthouses, fishing village and lobsters. The state is also a shopping destination with scores of outlets and outfitters. Picturesque fishing villages dot the coastline with countless bays, harbors and islands. New England's only national park, Acadia, offers spectacular views. The city of Portland has a beautifully restored historic district that combines fine restaurants and shopping. Historic inns and B&Bs, many once sea captains' homes, let you feel the past for a night or two. Resorts along the coast and inland offer a variety of lodging services plus spectacular views. Whitewater rafting is provided by experienced guides and outfitting businesses. Skiing and snowmobiling are actively pursued in winter. When it comes to dining Maine is the origin of great seafood. Cool summer breezes, biking along the sea, shopping for a bargain or discovering our seafaring past Maine is the destination.

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