Island Lodging


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Maine is home to thousands of islands within lakes and along the coast, most of which are remote and uninhabited. Some islands, including the islands of Casco Bay, Monhegan Island, Mount Desert Island, or Deer Isle to name a few, have established hotels, campgrounds and inns to take advantage of the exquisite natural presentation of the land. Island lodging in Maine is like no other. Imagine emerging from your island inn and exploring the nooks and crannies of the alienated land, watching the waves crash into the rocks, or take a scenic boat tour to discover the beauty of the coast in all its glory.


Gold Featured Lodging Properties

Attean Lake Lodge | Jackman
An authentic and idyllic “getaway from it all” wilderness resort. Our own island, accessible only by motorboat on totally undeveloped mountain lake. Fifteen cozy log cottages with all amenities, each has full bath, fireplace, living room and private porch, two and three bedroom cabins available. Wonderful hiking, canoeing, boating, kayaking and swimming. Very relaxing atmosphere with Full American Plan (all meals included). Same family ownership since 1900. Attean Road, Jackman, Maine 207-668-3792

Grey Havens Inn

Grey Havens Inn Georgetown
Grey Havens Inn | Georgetown
Historic oceanfront bed and breakfast inn located in Georgetown, Maine offers the romance of the Maine coast “the way it used to be”. This classic shingle style hotel, built in 1904, has been welcoming guests as a bed and breakfast inn throughout the years. Perched high on a scenic bluff looking the protected harbor, Grey Havens has frequently been referred to as a ‘castle-by-the-sea’. Standing on the magnificent wrap-around covered porch of Grey Havens, the ocean view is absolutely breathtaking. The atmosphere is unpretentious, warm, and welcoming – everything a Maine coast inn should be. 96 Seguinland Road, Georgetown, ME 207-371-2616

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Trailing Yew

Trailing Yew Monhegan Island
Trailing Yew | Monhegan Island
Visit the unsurpassed beauty of Monhegan Island. Monhegan is a nature lover's paradise from the past and lodging at the Trailing Yew is rustic but relaxing. Daily rates include home cooked breakfast and dinner in the main house, taxes and gratuities. Guest houses are equipped with shared baths and a heated common room. Families are welcome. Open mid May to mid October. Monhegan Island, Maine 207-596-0440

Inn at Diamond Cove

Inn at Diamond Cove Diamond Cove
Inn at Diamond Cove | Diamond Cove
44 room historical luxury inn, fully-renovated in 2015 and located on Great Diamond Island. Open annually Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Our spacious rooms & suites are comfortably sumptuous, private heated pool/Cabana Bar. Three delicious meals, room service and full bar are available daily. Stroll to private pebble beaches, bike wooded paths - Diamond’s Edge Restaurant, McKinley Grove Tent Site are all nearby. Great Diamond Island “a mile away, a world apart.” 22 McKinley Court, Diamond Cove, ME. Off Season 207-523-2056, Inn 207-805-9836

Stay on a floating house boat in beautiful Robinhood Cove, live on a yacht without the worry of leaving the mooring. Plus you have full service marina, kayaks, aShoreside Library with free WiFi, and the Osprey Restaurant for lunch and dinner. Four unique house boats are your floating lodging, sleeping for up to 5, with a galley kitchen, bbq grill, deck, and head (bathroom in boat terms). Reach your moored house boat by kayak, canoe or runabout. The dock crew is available daily for assistance. Derecktor Robinhood, 340 Robinhood Road, Georgetown 207-371-2343

Pilgrim's Inn

Pilgrim's Inn Deer Isle
Pilgrim's Inn | Deer Isle
Gracious Downeast island lodging, outstanding regional food and water views from all rooms. Built in 1793 and serving guests since 1900, this massive wood frame building with broad eight-foot wide fireplaces is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inns less busy but accessible island location is a paradise for hikers, birders, kayakers, sailors and those who just want to relax. For art lovers there are galleries galore. Come relax, eat and explore! 20 Main Street, Deer Isle, Maine 207-348-6615