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Fine old historic bed-and-breakfast inns—with wireless Internet—and comfy motels, conveniently located.

 


 

 

Rockland, Maine has a quartet of fine old inns, and several comfortable motels for travelers. The inns are organized as Historic Inns of Rockland, Maine:

LimeRock Inn

A turreted Victorian mansion on a quiet street close to all the sights has eight beautiful guest rooms, two front parlors, and a spacious wraparound front porch, all decorated "with close attention to period detail." More...

Berry Manor Inn

This grand merchant's mansion complete with porte-cochère and working fireplaces, features all modern comforts and conveniences in its 12 guest rooms, and home-baked pie à la mode every evening. Quiet street, easy walk to all the sights. More...

Captain Lindsey House

Just off Main Street (US Route 1), this substantial brick boutique hotel is operated by Captains Ken and Ellen Barnes, retired owners of the windjammer Stephen Taber. Lots of history here amid the comforts and charm, in a quiet but very central location. More...

Old Granite Inn

Built as a Federal stone mansion nearly two centuries ago, the aptly-named Old Granite Inn has harbor views from several rooms, gracious public spaces, and a walk-to-everything location right across US Route 1 from the Maine State Ferry Service dock. More...

Resorts

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If a classic New England seaside resort is more your style, consider the Samoset Resort on the Ocean just north of Rockland. More...

Motels

Like bookends, the Trade Winds Motor Inn and The Navigator Motor Inn on Main Street (US Route 1) frame Rockland's downtown business district.

The Trade Winds is nearer to more restaurants and the Maine Lighthouse Museum. The Navigator is right across the street from the Maine State Ferry Service docks for ferries to Vinalhaven, North Haven and Matinicus.

Booking.com lists over a dozen hotels, motels and inns in or near Rockland. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan


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LimeRock Inn, Rockland ME

LimeRock Inn, Rockland ME.

 

   
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