Home to a growing "foodie" culture, you'll be pleased to have access to the best Maine has to offer in Portland. The bustling city is packed with adventure for visitors. The city sits on a prominent peninsula that extends into Casco Bay, which sets the tone for Portland's long history as a port and fishing village. This history can still be felt today with charming original accents like cobblestone streets, original period architecture, and public fishing piers.
Portland is a fantastic vacation destination for foodie enthusiasts seeking a true small city experience. Portland offers the best of everything world-class breweries, a thriving arts and culture scene, amazing local restaurants, and so much more. Portland's 'Old Port', which features a variety of shops and restaurants along a row of winding historic alleys, is a favorite among visitors; it exudes historic New England charm and welcomes visitors from all walks of life with open arms.
Notable Portland points of interest include Peaks Island, the Portland Observatory, the many local breweries, and the Portland Museum of Art. Throughout the year there are events at Thompson's Point, a venue that offers a unique views while you enjoy live music.
There's plenty to do inside as well: explore some of the best restaurants in the Northeast at popular local spots like Eventide Oyster Co, Street and Company, Central Provisions, and Fore Street just to name a few.
The weather in Portland peaks in summer, with very little rain and temperatures averaging 55 at night and 79 during the day. Fall and Spring see mild temperatures and a bit more rain than other seasons, while winters are typically dry and cold. But don't let that scare you awaythere's nothing quite like cozying up by the fireplace and listening to the waves crash along the coastline from the comfort of your vacation rental.
We offer an exquisite selection of high-end Portland, Maine vacation rentals. Explore our inventory below and contact us directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to seeing you soon in Portland!