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Cozy Wintertime Inns in Maine

Aysgarth Station, Bar Harbor

Comfortable, quiet, casual, classic. Bar Harbor’s Aysgarth Station is the picture you have in your mind of what a Maine B&B should be – a cozy wintertime inn. With one addition. The 42,000 acre back yard – also known as Acadia National Park. If you’ve never cross-country skied against a backdrop of rocky coast and ocean infinity, it’s a must-do. Back home, relax with refreshments at a classically crackling open fire.

Bethel Inn Resort, Bethel

The Bethel Inn Resort has been warming toes and touching hearts for more than 100 years. Located at the foot of the White Mountains, it’s also the intersection of turn-of-the-century charm and modern country elegance. Cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails begin just outside the back door. A shuttle will take you to the area’s 18 downhill lifts, while the heated outdoor pool awaits your return.

Brunswick Inn, Brunswick

Few places will make you feel as welcome as this historic Brunswick home. In winter, locals and guests alike gather here to enjoy conversation and a glass of wine in front of a warm fireplace after an afternoon of ice skating in the town square. Located right on the village green, the inn is only a short walk from the Downeaster Train Station and Bowdoin College.

Inn of Acadia, Madawaska

Although it’s as far north as you can get in Maine, there’s nothing rustic about this Aroostook County retreat known for its minimalist decor and maximum luxury. Enjoy St. John Valley’s rich Acadian heritage and miles of cross country ski trails in style, then sit down to a hearty meal in the Voyageur Lounge.

Greenville Inn, Greenville

Winter in Greenville means dog sled races, ice fishing festivals and miles of winter trails. The views alone are worth a stay at this cozy bed and breakfast overlooking Moosehead Lake. The rooms here are filled with period antiques, as well as modern touches that make it easy to relax after a day enjoying the outdoors.

Maple Hill Farm Inn, Hallowell

At Maple Hill Farm Inn, the vintage red barn and fresh snow whisper “quieter, simpler time.” But the solar power panels on the roof say “today and tomorrow.” Add some wind power and it’s a perfect pairing of green-certified country lodging and all the amenities of a full-service hotel. Conveniently located near Augusta, the beauty of Vaughn Woods Nature Preserve and cross-country ski trails of Viles Arboretum say “come out and play.”

Rangeley Inn, Rangeley

This grand hotel has been welcoming visitors to explore Maine’s Lakes and Mountains region for over a century. Recently renovated, it retains its historic atmosphere. Especially in the tavern, which serves up sophisticated takes on traditional fare. As for activities, nearby Haley Pond is abuzz with ice skating and pond hockey; the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center offers several miles of Nordic ski trails; and both Saddleback and Sugarloaf are a short drive away.

White Barn Inn, Kennebunk

Sometimes the best winter getaway is one where you stay inside and get pampered. That’s certainly the case at this upscale retreat near Kennebunkport. Sumptuous rooms, an indulgent spa and the lauded menu at The White Barn Inn Restaurant makes this the place to go for a romantic weekend escape.

Wolf Cove Inn, Poland

At Wolf Cove Inn, you’ll find softly falling snow, the fresh scent of pine and romance in the air. This gracious bed and breakfast on the shores of Tripp Lake offers romantic getaway packages complete with lake views, fireplace and spa tub. You’ll also fall in love with the great skiing, snowshoeing and sleigh rides. And the three-course Maine Comfort Breakfast is a lovely way to start the day.

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  • Kingfield's only traveler's hostel set in a beautiful 1920's home, only 30 minutes to Sugarloaf Mountain!

    Phone: 301-988-6267

    Website: www.terrapinhostel.com

    Address: 65 High St , Kingfield

    Internet Access Pet Friendly
  • Modern hospitality & casual luxury at our Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfast

    Phone: 207 967-5632

    Website: www.1802house.com

    Address: 15 Locke St , Kennebunkport

    Breakfast Included Private Bathrooms Breakfast Included
  • Historic sea captain’s mansion rejuvenated into a 9 room B&B.

    Phone: 207-548-2259

    Website: Homeporthistoricinn.com

    Address: 121 E Main St , Searsport

  • CASA ALCHIMIA a place where hospitality, art, culture and culinary experience meet with an Italian influence.

    Phone: 207.749.8141

    Website: www.alchimiamaine.com

    Address: 188 Main Street , Freeport

    Classes and Workshops Breakfast Included Internet Access
  • Great location in Historic District within walking distance to everything Camden!

    Phone: 877-492-9656

    Website: www.windwardhouse.com

    Address: 6 High Street , Camden

    Breakfast Included Internet Access Private Bathrooms
  • Stay at the lovely, Guilford Bed and Breakfast and treat yourself to some peace and tranquility. Timeless, Victorian architecture include five vintage guest rooms, four with en suite baths. Stays include a full, gourmet breakfast.

    Phone: 207-876-3477

    Website: guilfordbnb.com

    Address: 24 Elm Street #85 , Guilford

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