Elegant, yet comfortable, 14 room bed and breakfast located in the heart of MidCoast Maine.
Vintage Waterfront Cottage on a bridge accessible Island in mid coast Maine. 3.5 acres of lawn and 800 feet of Deepwater frontage with stunning views of Sheepscot Bay, and surrounding Islands. Dock and Mooring. 4 BR main cottage and an attached unit
LedgeLawn,located on an Atlantic estuary is the perfect spot for canoeing and sea kayaking. Nestled between an Audubon bird sanctuary, and this Atlantic inlet, LedgeLawn is a wonderful place for kids or just to relax and live life at a slower pace.
A full service bed and breakfast in midcoast maine with the best french restaurant north of boston. please see our web site :
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All suites inn, located on the harbor in the quiet village of Southwest Harbor , Maine.
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