Maine Inns Hotels Campgrounds and Resorts

Below are some featured Maine Hotels, Inns and Campgrounds. We will give you an inside view of some of the best places to stay while visiting the Mid Coast Maine area.

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Captain’s Watch B&B and Sail Charter

926 Cundy’s Harbor Rd.
Harpswell, ME  04079
phone: 207 725-0979
Four room historic B&B with broad views over authentic Cundys Harbor and beyond to the northeastern end of Casco Bay. We offer a quiet, relaxing, comfortable stay, queen or king-size bed and private baths. You are served a “quasi-gourmet” yet generous breakfast in our lovely dining room. We invite you to enjoy the east harbor facing deck. Brilliant sunrises, moon reflections on the water, a planetarium night sky. Share our enthusiasm for the area, hosting guests for the past 27 years. Say hello to Ken and Donna for us when staying in their wonderful Inn.

Quahog Bay Inn 

5 Lobster Lane    Harpswell, ME 04079

hours: May-Dec daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm phone: 207-725-9995 email: website: On the water and overlooking a working lobster dock, Quahog Bay Inn has six “wicked nice” one and two bedroom suites. Each are available by the night, week, or month. They include a full kitchen, private bath, balcony, and scenic view of beautiful Quahog and Casco Bay. Guests can get out on the water in a small boat, canoe or kayak which the Inn rents from the dock located in front of the suites.

The Harpswell Inn 

The Harpswell Inn is a historical landmark Bed & Breakfast located on one of Maine’s famous “finger” peninsulas. Situated upon Lookout Point. The Inn provides a stunning view of Maine’s natural beauty, including the magnificent sunsets over Middle Bay and the quiet cove below, which serves as a harbor for lobster boats. The Harpswell Inn is open year round and has many special functions during it’s off season. To view the rooms and views go to Harpswell Inn rooms. Say hi to Dick and Ann the Inn owners

The Log Cabin Inn

The Log Cabin Inn on Bailey Island is one of the true treasures of the Mid Coast Maine area. The second that you walk into the Inn you feel that you have arrived at home. A rustic elegance that impresses and relaxes. If you are lucky enough to be able to rent a room, they sell out quickly, you will be impressed with the beautiful rooms, excellent views, amenities, and a terrific dining experience. Say hi to Neil and Sue the owners. Visit The Log Cabin website to get a great look at what they have to offer you while in the Mid Coast Maine area.


The Common Table

Situated on nine acres of land with a pond, woodlands and a lot of space for a quiet walk, the Inn is perfect for family reunions, parties or any other special occasions. This family owned Inn is a welcoming spot for family gatherings. I had the pleasure of  celebrating my wife’s 50th birthday at the Common Table Inn and it was a wonderful experience. To learn more visit their website Common Table Inn. Tell Deb ” The Inn Keeper” that Potatoepete says hi.