Maine Hotel Guides
It's time to pull out the wool
sweaters and spark up the fireplace because time spent in Maine is time spent
with nature at the foot of your door, frigid winter months, and local cuisine
that has the powerful ability to both thaw out cold fingers and fill bellies.
Although sparsely populated, the northern most state in the U.S. is prime tourist
country and a great backdrop to any adventure/outdoor vacation. Many travel to Maine for the great seafood caught just off
the rugged coastline, others come to explore the miles of trails or endless
historic memorabilia that fill just about every nook of every little town.
Wherever curiosity takes tourists, one thing is certain; the state is cram
packed with Bed and Breakfasts, Inns, hotels and motels all ready to serve and
A vast majority of Maine is dedicated to wilderness and land preservation,
for example the Appalachian Trial runs through and meets its end in Maine, it is also the site of the small, but popular Acadia National
Park. Maine also
has some attractive and appealing small towns and cities such as
The largest city in the state,
is known for having a fantastic Arts District and for it's relative location to
Stroudwater Village. Visitors here will enjoy
staying at any of the Bed and Breakfasts or many hotels available. The coastal towns
of Maine are
great in the summer, when visitors may enjoy splashing in the temperate waters
along the coast, or spend some time sea kayaking.
Of the many delights offered in Maine, the most
spectacular are the scenery and the Lighthouses. Over 60 Lighthouses exist in Maine, 50 of which are
still working. It's the strong sense of community and history that reaches out
and makes every visit special. Towns like
are of particular interest to tourists.
is old and historic, quaint and inviting. Here couples may stroll the many
nature trails or rent a bike and cruise down the old streets. Sightseeing and
brushing up on history are fine and good, but what makes a visit even better is
having a great place to call home.
offers a wide variety of Inns, campgrounds and motels to provide the home away
from home feel. Many of the other towns in Maine are just as special. The state capitol
for example, is rich in history and provides great hotel accommodations.
is primarily focused on industry, yet manages to have the vitality and energy
that can be found in any college town.
is the jumping off point for cruise ships; it's close to Acadia,
home to outrageous golfing, hiking, biking; and a spectacular location for
whale watching, or paddling along in canoe or kayak.
is an amazing destination and accommodations range from guest housing to name
brand hotels, to campgrounds and Bed and Breakfasts. Wherever trail leads, the accommodations
and sense of community make all who visit feel welcome in Maine.
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