As winter fast approaches, unbox L.L.Bean boots, dust off cross-country skis, and start scheming snowy adventures. This year we extended our season through Jan 2020 offering off-season discounted rates perfect for a winter getaway greeted by a warm beverage and giddy goats.
Porter’s Preserve, Ovens Mouth Preserve, and Bonyun Preserve are three of our favorite places to explore and hike. Teeming with wildlife, these nature preserves are an amazing way to get outdoors and enjoy the natural splendor of Maine.
Drive down Westport Island to hike the trails at Bonyun Preserve part of Kennebec Estuary Land Trust. Enjoy oysters at Glidden Point Oyster Farms in Edgecomb, and end your dreamy day by watching the sun setting on the Damariscotta River.
Midcoast Maine is known for its incredible views of the ocean, quaint New England lighthouses, and, of course, everyone’s favorite Pine State meal: lobster! Here are some of our favorite spots to hit up on your next visit to the area.
Thoughtfully updated in 2018, The Squire Tarbox Inn features 11 uniquely curated rooms, each with its own private bathroom and air conditioner. Here are some of our favorite rooms at the Squire Tarbox Inn!
A sandy beach bordering the south side of the mouth of the Kennebec River, Popham Beach State Park is truly one of Maine's rare geologic landforms. Sunbathers relaxing on Popham's sands can see Fox and Wood islands offshore, and the Kennebec and Morse rivers border each end of the beach.
A little but lovely spot at the north end of Westport Island, Clough Point short and easy .5 mile walk offers a short dog walk or picnicking spot. There are lots of artfully placed picnic tables perched over pretty ledges for some beautiful dinners at dusk. One of the trails is wheelchair accessible! The preserve also offers granite benches for taking in the views of Wiscasset. The trails closely hug the water. Pets allowed.