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Berry Manor Inn

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  • Casual Chic

Originally the residence of Rockland merchant Charles H. Berry, this 1898 shingle-style B&B sits in Rockland's National Historic...

Camden Hartstone Inn

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  • Casual Chic

This 1835 mansard-roofed Victorian home has been turned into a plush, sophisticated retreat and a fine culinary destination. All rooms...

LimeRock Inn

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  • Casual Chic

In the center of town in Rockland's National Historic District, the LimeRock Inn puts you within easy walking distance of the Farnsworth...

Lord Camden Inn

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  • Local Flavor

If you want to be in the center of town and near the harbor, look for this handsome brick building with the bright blue-and-white awnings.

Lucerne Inn

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Nestled in the mountains, the Lucerne Inn overlooks beautiful Phillips Lake. The inn was established in 1814, and in keeping with that...

Norumbega Inn

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  • Grande Dame

This welcoming B&B is one of the most photographed pieces of real estate in Maine, and once you get a look at its castlelike facade,...

Samoset Resort

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  • Luxurious Retreat

Occupying 230 waterfront acres on the Rockland–Rockport town line, this all-encompassing resort offers luxurious rooms and suites with...

Whitehall

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Although the oldest part of the Whitehall is an 1834 white-clapboard sea captain's home, the bright and cheery design characteristic...

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