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Come explore the beautiful coastline and gorgeous forests of Maine! From lush natural parks to perfectly-preserved lighthouses that once guided ships, there is so much beauty to discover in the Pine Tree State. You certainly won’t go hungry with an abundance of delicious, fresh seafood and farm-to-table cuisine to whet your appetite. Top that off with the friendly, easy-going nature of Maine residents, and you have the vacation of a lifetime! Find out everything you need to know about visiting this gorgeous state, including where to find the perfect bed and breakfast in Maine.
Things to See & Do
Many people are drawn to Maine for its gorgeous beaches. There’s nothing like spending an afternoon relaxing, swimming, and exploring the miles of shoreline on Maine’s rugged coast. Be sure to check out at least one of the state’s famous lighthouses during your visit!
When you travel more inland, you’ll find acres of lush forest and miles of trails. In the summer, hikers come to the area to explore the end of the Appalachian Trail and the many nearby state parks. In the winter, guests enjoy some of the best skiing in the country.
Where to Eat & Drink
Chances are good that when you think of Maine cuisine, you think of the abundance of delicious, fresh lobster. It’s no secret that the Pine Tree State is home to some of the most sought-after seafood in the country, and no trip is complete until you’ve cracked some freshly-caught shellfish. If you’re looking for alternatives to seafood, Maine boasts great farm-to-table fare.
Maine is also home to over 80 craft breweries. While you’re there, visit some of the sites on the Maine Beer Trail. There are plenty of incredible wineries and distilleries to visit, too, if you’d prefer something a little different.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Maine is right now! The weather on the coast tends to stay mild thanks to the Atlantic Ocean, which keeps summers cool and winters bearable. Maine’s inland regions have warmer summer months (though the average temperature stays below 90 degrees) and colder, snowier winters. This creates the perfect environment for wintertime fun, with plenty of opportunity for skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing!
Don’t forget about the incredible fall foliage during Maine’s autumn months. Visitors come from all over the country to leaf peep during September and October. Take a drive on a two-lane country road and admire the beauty of Maine’s quaint inland and coastal towns. You can take photographs, stroll through the woods, and enjoy a beautiful fall experience.
Where to Stay
Whether you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Maine or accommodations near one of the many great parks, you’ll find it all through Select Registry. Select Registry has a wonderful collection of inns, Victorian manors, and quaint New England cottages. You won’t find a better selection of bed and breakfasts on the Maine coastline or lakeside properties anywhere else! Scroll down to find your ideal Maine accommodation.
Pilgrim's Inn offers you the very best of coastal Maine lodging. Enjoy gracious accommodations
Setting the standard for B&B luxury in the Maine style, the Berry Manor Inn offers comfortable
Authentic New England Charm in the Heart of Downtown
A historic home with modern comfort, located just steps from L.L. Bean and Freeport shops, and an
Relaxed, cozy, romantic, the Camden Maine Stay Inn is a grand old home located in the historic
Set in a newly renovated mid-1800's Greek revival home in Kennebunk’s Lower Village, just an 8
The first thing that my guests notice is just how much we are out in the country...a bit off the
The Ullikana is a secluded, romantic, tudor cottage by the sea in the heart of Bar Harbor, Maine.
Relaxed, romantic and peaceful, the 1802 House offers the perfect blend of modern hospitality and
An ideally located piece of Maine’s seafaring history.
Beautiful Blair Hill Inn: a Relais & Chateaux hotel, Forbes Travel recommended, AAA 4-diamond