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Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor, located on Mount Desert Island in Maine, is a fantastic vacation destination known for its stunning natural beauty and charming New England atmosphere. Nestled beside the scenic Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor offers visitors a chance to explore lush forests, rugged coastlines, and picturesque mountain trails. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, biking, and kayaking, while those seeking relaxation can indulge in fresh seafood, quaint shops, and cozy bed-and-breakfasts. The towns rich maritime history, vibrant arts scene, and breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean make Bar Harbor a perfect spot for a memorable getaway.

Boothbay Harbor

Affectionately known as the boating capital of New England, Boothbay Harbor is a picture-perfect fishing village with a bustling community of locals and seasonal visitors. The charming town welcomes visitors with open arms and many seasonal guests quickly make friends with nearby neighbors or community members while enjoying everything that Boothbay Harbor has to offer. As boating is one of the main draws, renting or bringing a boat is highly encouraged. The area has several highly-rated watercraft rental services and marinas to help you find and maintain your vessel. Dock your boat along Commercial Street and enjoy fantastic local shopping and dining, or try your hand at catching your own dinner with a fishing excursion. Common Boothbay Harbor catches include striped bass, mackerel, tuna, and bluefishto name a few. Of course, as we mentioned, the area has plenty of restaurants if you prefer to let someone else do that hard work. Other popular Boothbay Harbor draws include the close proximity to the Maine State Aquarium, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, lively harbor cruises and tours, and the scenic Boothbay Harbor footbridge. The weather in Boothbay Harbor is ideal for boating throughout most of the year. With warm days spent on the water and cool evenings enjoying the local nightlife, there is no shortage of things to do all year long. Peruse our Boothbay Harbor vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your coastal Maine home away from home!


Bridgton is situated in the heart of Maines Lake Region, surrounded by picturesque mountains and pristine lakes. The town is known for its breathtaking scenery, especially during the fall when the foliage turns vibrant shades of red, yellow, and orange. With so much natural beauty around, its no surprise that Bridgton is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. The town has an extensive network of hiking and biking trails, as well as opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and swimming. Bridgton has a strong sense of community, with many local events and festivals throughout the year. The town is home to several organizations that promote community involvement, including the Bridgton Community Center and the Bridgton Historical Society. Despite its many attractions, Bridgton retains a small-town feel that many residents and visitors find appealing. The town has a quaint downtown area with a variety of shops and restaurants, and the pace of life is generally more relaxed than in larger cities. Bridgton is located just over an hours drive from Portland, Maines largest city. This proximity makes it easy for Bridgton residents to enjoy all the cultural attractions, shopping, and dining options that Portland has to offer, while still enjoying the peace and quiet of small-town living. Overall, Bridgton, Maine is a great place to live, work, and play, with a unique combination of natural beauty, outdoor recreation, community spirit, small-town charm, and proximity to larger cities.


Camden, Maine, known as the "Jewel of the Coast," offers a captivating blend of quaint charm, rich culture, and stunning natural beauty. Nestled between the rolling hills of Camden Hills State Park and the sparkling waters of Penobscot Bay, this picturesque village is perfect for both adventure seekers and those looking to unwind. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities such as hiking, sailing, and exploring the historic downtown filled with boutique shops, art galleries, and restaurants serving fresh, local cuisine. Cultural offerings abound in Camden, from the Camden Opera Houses diverse performances to annual festivals like the Camden International Film Festival. The towns vibrant sailing scene and cozy waterfront parks provide ample opportunities for relaxation and enjoyment of the scenic surroundings. With luxurious inns and spas, Camden is an ideal destination for year-round visits, offering a serene escape with each season bringing its own unique charm.

Cape Elizabeth

Perched along the Southern end of Maines scenic Casco Bay, Cape Elizabeth is one of the most charming oceanfront towns in the state and a popular destination for families and couples seeking a quiet retreat and a classic New England beach experience. The town is home to less than 10,000 full-time residents but often hosts many more during the summer monthsand its not hard to imagine why. Cape Elizabeth is home to three coastal parks, the Great Pond, which provides ample fishing and fowling opportunities, and the Portland Head Light. Portland Head Light is one of the most photographed places in the world. Cape Elizabeth is just a short 15-minute drive from the nearby city of Portland, which offers abundant shopping, dining, and entertainment. A few notable points of interest include Crescent Beach State Park, Fort Williams Park, Two Lights State Park and, of course, the Portland Head Light. Cape Elizabeth weather is a bit more favorable than other Maine destinations; the oceanfront location even allows for temperatures to soar into the 80s during the summer! Annual averages range from highs in the upper 70s during the summer to lows in the teens during the winter months. However, many guests still enjoy taking in the sights and sounds of Cape Elizabeth during the cooler months, often opting to splurge on a vacation rental with cozy amenities, like a fireplace or jacuzzi. We currently offer several high-end vacation rentals in Cape Elizabeth. Explore our list of top-rated rentals and contact us directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find the perfect Cape Elizabeth escape!


Nestled just north of Boothbay Harbor, the quaint city of Edgecomb is sandwiched between the Sheepscot River on the west and the Damariscotta River on the right. The small local community makes Edgecomb an ideal fit for travelers seeking a quiet, off-the-beaten path destination along coastal Maine. Though the immediate Edgecomb area is somewhat quiet from an attractions perspectivewhich is honestly a draw for many that visitvisitors will find plenty of entertainment within just a short drive. There are several golf courses in the area, like Boothbay Harbour Country Club and Wawenock Golf Club. Or, Dolphin Mini Golf, if thats more your speed. Other nearby points of interest include the Maine State Aquarium, Hidden Valley Nature Center, and the ever-popular Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens - named one of the top attractions in the state of Maine. Of course, wed be remiss if we didnt mention the beautiful natural landscape and alluring water activities that Edgecomb offers. The rivers lead right out into the Atlantic if youre up for a fishing trip. Or, you can dock at a neighboring town to enjoy shopping, dining, and sightseeing. There are also several parks and outdoor areas for exploration. Edgecomb climate is not unlike other cities in coastal Maine, with alluringly temperate weather throughout the year. Cool summer nights and crisp winter days offer the unique opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities nearly anytime. Each season offers something special, and Edgecomb attracts visitors throughout the year. Peruse our Edgecomb vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your Edgecomb home away from home!


Located just north of Portland, a bustling seaside destination, Falmouth offers a slightly slower pace and an enchanting small-town feel that keeps visitors coming back year after year. Once a small New England fishing village, Falmouth now offers world-class golf, an exclusive yacht club, beautiful beaches along Casco Bay, and some of the best nature preserves on the east coast. Falmouth is a perfect fit for outdoor enthusiasts. Sports aficionados can take in a round of golf at Riverside Municipal, along the banks of the Presumpscot River. Sailing and watersports are also popular pastimes and there are plenty of local companies offering watercraft rentals if youre interested in getting out on the water. Nature lovers will also be pleased with the wildlife viewing potential, as visitors can see everything from whales and dolphins to rare birds and more. With yearly temperatures ranging from around 31 degrees in the winter to 80 degrees in the summer, visitors can enjoy a wide variety of activities and recreation appropriate to every seasonal setting. Our Falmouth vacation rentals are fully equipped with all of the comforts of home, including immaculate upgrades like granite counters and stainless-steel appliances, upscale furnishings, and contemporary decor. Theres no better way to enjoy the spectrum of seasons in Maine! View our Falmouth vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your perfect vacation rental!


Located just 20 minutes north of the bustling Portland area, Freeport is a vacation haven for souvenir shopping and outdoor exploration. The historic seaside town is home to some of Maines best outlets and an impressive collection of state parks and waterways. Souvenir shoppers from across the coastal region flock to Freeport to take advantage of the towns thriving shopping scene. Hot spots for finding great deals include Freeport Village Station, Freeport Crossing, and the famous Freeport Outlets. From elegant, upscale boutiques to deep bargain discount shopsyou can find everything on your list, and perhaps a few surprises, in Freeport! Once youve shopped til you dropped, get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Freeport is home to several parks and sanctuaries, including Wolfes Neck Woods State Park, Hedgehog Mountain, and Mast Landing Audubon Sanctuary. Bradbury Mountain State Park (one of Maines five original state parks) is a must for any visitor - from the avid outdoorsman to the eager toddler bursting with curiosity. With miles of meandering trails providing varied challenge levels, every guest has the chance to reach the peak of the 485 mountain, and bask in the spectacular views of Casco Bay that await. Freeports waterfront location also makes it a natural fit for watersports and water activities like boating, kayaking, and more. Or, if you need to refuel, enjoy mouthwatering local fare at in-town spots like The Maine Dining Room, Conundrum Wine Bistro, and Tuscan Brick Oven Bistro. And, dont forget to stop by Maine Beer Company for a local brew! Freeport peaks in summer, with temperatures climbing into the 80s during the day, though spring and fall are also rife with opportunities for outdoor exploration. With perfect temperatures and even the occasional snow fall, the opportunity for unique winter activities abounds. Explore our Freeport vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your coastal Maine home away from home!


Jonesport, Maine is a great place to spend a vacation for many reasons: 1. Natural Beauty: Jonesport is located on the rugged coast of Maine, offering breathtaking views of the ocean, rocky shorelines, and picturesque landscapes. The area is known for its unspoiled beauty, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts, photographers, and anyone seeking tranquility and serenity. 2. Outdoor Activities: The coastal location of Jonesport provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities. Visitors can indulge in fishing, boating, kayaking, and sailing in the surrounding waters. The area is also dotted with hiking trails, allowing visitors to explore the scenic beauty of the region on foot. 3. Wildlife Watching: Jonesport is home to diverse marine life, including seals, whales, dolphins, and seabirds. Whale-watching tours are popular in the area, giving visitors a chance to witness these majestic creatures up close. Birdwatchers can spot various species of seabirds, making it a paradise for ornithology enthusiasts. 4. Lobster Fishing: Jonesport is renowned for its lobster industry. Visitors can experience the traditional Maine lobster fishing culture by taking part in lobster boat tours or visiting local lobster pounds. Its an opportunity to learn about the lobstering process, enjoy fresh seafood, and gain insight into the local way of life. 5. Charming Small-town Atmosphere: Jonesport is a small coastal town that offers a peaceful and laid-back atmosphere. Its an escape from the hustle and bustle of larger cities, allowing visitors to unwind, relax, and immerse themselves in the communitys friendly and welcoming vibe. The town has a rich maritime history, and visitors can explore its quaint streets, visit local shops and galleries, and engage with the local community. 6. Cultural Heritage: The town of Jonesport has a strong maritime heritage, which is reflected in its museums, historical sites, and annual events. The Jonesport Historical Society showcases artifacts and exhibits that highlight the towns history and seafaring traditions. The annual Moosabec Summerfest celebrates the local culture with live music, arts and crafts, and delicious food. 7. Scenic Drives: Jonesport is located along the scenic Downeast Coastal Drive, offering stunning views as you explore the surrounding coastal areas. The drive allows visitors to discover charming coastal villages, lighthouses, and pristine beaches along the way, providing a memorable and picturesque journey. Overall, Jonesport, Maine offers a combination of natural beauty, outdoor activities, cultural experiences, and a small-town ambiance, making it an appealing destination for those seeking a peaceful and authentic coastal getaway.


A popular Southern Maine destination, Kennebunk exudes the charm and character that you would expect in a small New England beach town. Famous for pristine beaches and family-friendly attractions, Kennebunk is the perfect place to relax and reconnect with loved ones. Kennebunk offers three public beach areas: Mothers Beach, Middle Beach, and Goochs Beach. Some areas are rocky, which is typical for Northeastern coastal areas, while other areas are sandy and ideal for sunbathing, picnics, and general recreation. And, all three beaches are pet friendly -- just keep in mind the local regulations during the Summer (only before 9am and after 5pm)! Other notable area attractions include the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, which offers boardwalks and trails that wind through forests, rivers, and marshes. And, the Wells Barrens Preserve, which features more than 1,500 acres of nature trails and blueberry fields; you can even pick and keep your own fresh blueberries during the late Summer and Fall season. Like most beach towns, summer is the peak season for travel. Temperatures during this time of year range from lows in the mid-50s to highs near 80 degrees, with relatively little precipitation. Fall and spring offer mild temperatures and more rain, while winters are cold and dry. However, dont let a little rain or cold weather deter you from an off-season vacation. Our rentals are more accessible and offer many enticing amenities to make the stay enjoyable, like beach views, fireplaces, and even a hot tub! We offer a variety of high-end Kennebunk vacation rentals. Peruse our selection below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to seeing you in Kennebunk soon!


A beautiful beachside landing, Kennebunkport combines the allure of a classic Maine coastal village with the excitement of a true family destination. A bit busier than the neighboring Kennebunk, this community offers more in-town attractions for visitors who enjoy entertainment and being on the go. Beach-goers will enjoy the variety of local beaches which include Colony Beach, Cleaves Cove Beach, and Goose Rocks Beach. Each beach has a unique personality and atmosphere. Goose Rocks Beach is ideal for sightseeing and viewing local wildlife, ideal for any family looking to get up close with nature. Of course, Kennebunkport provides much more than coastline. The town center offers something for everyone, with impressive local art galleries and boutiques, educational and inspirational museums, world-class oceanfront dining, lobster boats, deep sea fishing excursions, and the famous vacation summer home of the Bush family. The Dock Square at Town Center is a particular draw, with a variety of local shops and galleries along a historic downtown stretch. Kennebunkport weather is most pleasant during the summer, with relatively little rain and temperatures averaging 55 degrees at night and almost 80 degrees during the day. Fall and Spring offer more rain and mild temps, while the winters are typically cold and dry. However, dont discount the value of an off-season vacation. In fact, many visitors enjoy off-season getaways for the cozy cottage amenities, like a fireplace or hot tub, and the more affordable rental rates. View our complete list of Kennebunkport vacation rentals below and contact us directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your ideal Kennebunkport vacation rental.


Lyman is a quaint town located in York County, Maine, with a population of around 4,000 people. The town is situated in a scenic area of southern Maine, with forests, rivers, and coastal areas nearby. Lyman is located in an area with abundant natural beauty, including forests, lakes, and rivers. The town is close to several state parks and conservation areas, such as Vaughan Woods State Park, and the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. Lyman is a small, rural town, which can be appealing to people who enjoy a quieter, more peaceful lifestyle. It is a safe community with low crime rates and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Despite its rural location, Lyman is within easy driving distance of larger towns and cities, such as Portland, Maine, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This means that residents have access to a wide range of amenities, including shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Lyman has a strong sense of community, with regular events and activities that bring residents together. These events include the annual Lyman Town Picnic, Christmas Tree Lighting, and various fundraisers and charity events throughout the year. Overall, Lyman is a great place for those seeking a quieter, more rural lifestyle with access to nature, while still being within easy reach of larger towns and cities.

Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach, located in southern Maine, is a popular vacation destination for several reasons. Old Orchard Beach boasts a picturesque, sandy shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean. The seven-mile-long beach is perfect for sunbathing, swimming, building sandcastles, and taking leisurely walks. The town features Palace Playland, New Englands only beachfront amusement park. It offers various rides, games, and attractions, making it a great destination for families and thrill-seekers. Old Orchard Beachs iconic Pier and Boardwalk provide entertainment, dining, and shopping opportunities. You can enjoy arcades, shops, restaurants, and beautiful ocean views while strolling along the boardwalk. The area offers opportunities for outdoor activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, and biking. The nearby Scarborough Marsh is a great spot for birdwatching and nature enthusiasts. Old Orchard Beach has a lively nightlife scene, with bars, clubs, and live entertainment venues. You can enjoy music, dancing, and a vibrant social atmosphere after the sun goes down. The town offers a variety of dining options, from seafood shacks serving fresh lobster and clam chowder to international cuisine, ensuring that you can satisfy your culinary cravings. Old Orchard Beach hosts various events throughout the year, including live music, fireworks displays, and beach sports tournaments, providing added entertainment for visitors. Old Orchard Beach is only a short drive away from Portland, Maine, a vibrant city known for its craft breweries, excellent dining, and cultural attractions. This makes it easy to explore both the beach and the city during your vacation. The town has a wide range of accommodation options, including hotels, motels, vacation rentals, and campgrounds, making it suitable for different budget preferences. Old Orchard Beach is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The community is accustomed to hosting tourists and often goes out of its way to make visitors feel at home. Old Orchard Beach is a great place to vacation due to its combination of natural beauty, family-friendly attractions, entertainment options, and the opportunity to relax by the sea. Whether youre looking for relaxation or excitement, it offers a little something for everyone.

Owls Head

Owls Head is a popular place to visit for several reasons, particularly if you enjoy nature, outdoor activities, and scenic beauty. Here are some of the reasons why Owls Head can be considered a great place to visit. Owls Head is known for its stunning natural beauty, including picturesque coastal landscapes, rocky shores, and lush forests. The rugged coastline provides opportunities for hiking, photography, and simply enjoying the scenic views. Owls Head offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking trails that provide access to stunning viewpoints. Hikers can explore the Owls Head Light Trail, which leads to a historic lighthouse with panoramic ocean views. The area is rich in wildlife, making it a great spot for birdwatching and wildlife enthusiasts. You may spot various bird species, including owls (hence the name "Owls Head"), as well as seals, porpoises, and other marine life. Owls Head is home to the Owls Head Transportation Museum, which features an impressive collection of vintage automobiles, aircraft, and other transportation-related exhibits. This museum provides a fascinating look into the history of transportation. Owls Head offers a more peaceful and less crowded alternative to some of the more popular tourist destinations along the Maine coast. Its an excellent place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy a tranquil atmosphere. The scenic landscapes and lighthouse at Owls Head provide fantastic opportunities for photography. The changing light throughout the day, combined with the natural beauty of the area, makes it a favorite spot for photographers. Owls Head is located on the coast of Maine, and its a great place for exploring the shoreline, beachcombing, or even enjoying water-based activities like kayaking and sailing. If youre a seafood lover, Owls Head offers access to fresh and delicious seafood. You can enjoy locally caught seafood at nearby restaurants. There are campgrounds in the Owls Head area, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in nature and experience camping along the coast. Camping, picnicking, and other recreational activities are popular in the area. Many people visit Owls Head to unwind, relax, and enjoy a peaceful getaway. Its an ideal place for those seeking a break from the stresses of daily life. Overall, Owls Head is a great place to visit for its natural beauty, outdoor activities, historical attractions, and the opportunity to immerse yourself in the tranquility of the Maine coast. Whether youre an outdoor enthusiast, a history buff, or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, Owls Head has something to offer.


Oxford is a beautiful peaceful town surrounded by all the natural beauty that Maine is known for. As part of the Sebago Lake region, there are many gorgeous lakes to explore in the area. Great fishing, boating, kayaking, and swimming are to be had here, and there are other great activities in the area too, including a casino and race track. Portland is a short drive away with all of its great cultural, dining, and entertainment options.


Home to a growing "foodie" culture, youll 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 Portlands 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. Portlands 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 Thompsons Point, a venue that offers a unique views while you enjoy live music. Theres 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 dont let that scare you awaytheres 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!


Ideally situated along the sunny shores of Sebago Lake, Raymond is the ideal destination for travelers looking to enjoy waterfront living at its finest. The lakeside town offers ample space for water entertainment just steps from the shore, while the close proximity to the Maine coast makes the ocean less than an hour away. The lake steals the show in Raymond, with plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the water. The lake area is home to several rental agencies for lake toys like boats, kayaks, paddleboards, and more. Or, bring your own boat and rent a spot at a local marina for quick and convenient access. In addition to thrilling watersports, Lake Sebago is also a great place for fishing, with seasonal supplies of brown trout, largemouth bass, black crappie, and more. Aside from the array of lake adventures, Raymond offers several nearby golf courses, including Fox Ridge Golf Club and Prospect Hill Golf Course, easy access to state parks and wildlife preserves, and charming local dining options. For those seeking a taste of salt air, Raymond is only ~45 minutes from the coast, with Portland being the closest coastal city. As a lake destination, summer steals the show in Raymond, with balmy temps approaching 80 degrees during the day. Spring and fall offer cooler temps and occasional showers while winters change the landscape offering amazing views and winter activities for the whole family. Each season offers something special Explore our Raymond vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your lakefront Maine home away from home!


Rockport, Maine is a charming coastal town located in the mid-coast region of Maine, which is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich maritime history, and unique cultural offerings. The town is surrounded by natural beauty, including the rocky coast, lush forests, and picturesque harbors. Visitors can enjoy scenic hikes, bike rides, and leisurely walks along the coast or through the towns many parks and gardens. Rockport has a rich maritime history that is evident in its many historic buildings, museums, and landmarks. Visitors can explore the towns maritime heritage by visiting the Maine Lighthouse Museum, the Penobscot Bay History Center, or by taking a boat tour of the harbor. Rockport is home to several art galleries, theaters, and music venues, which offer a diverse range of cultural offerings throughout the year. Visitors can attend concerts, plays, and exhibitions, or take part in workshops and classes. Rockport is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering opportunities for kayaking, fishing, sailing, and other water sports. Visitors can also enjoy golfing, skiing, and snowshoeing in the nearby mountains and forests. Maine is known for its delicious seafood, and Rockport is no exception. Visitors can sample fresh lobster, clams, and other local specialties at the towns many seafood restaurants and markets. Overall, Rockport, Maine is a great place to visit for its scenic beauty, rich history, cultural offerings, outdoor activities, and delicious cuisine.

Saint George

Saint George, Maine, is a prime vacation destination, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. Its stunning coastline, secluded beaches, and lush landscapes provide a tranquil setting ideal for relaxation and nature activities. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy kayaking, sailing, and hiking in scenic spots like the Saint George River and Camden Hills State Park. The areas maritime heritage enriches its cultural vibe, with working harbors and historical sites to explore. Saint George is near Rockland, known for its vibrant arts scene with galleries, studios, and the Farnsworth Art Museum. The culinary scene is notable for fresh, local seafood, offering everything from casual lobster shacks to fine dining experiences. What truly sets Saint George apart is its peaceful, intimate atmosphere, allowing visitors to unwind and feel welcomed by the friendly local community. Whether seeking adventure or a quiet retreat, Saint George provides a refreshing escape with a personal touch.


Located approximately thirty minutes west of Portland, Sebago sits right along a lake that shares its name. The tiny lake town is home to less than 2,000 full-time residents, making it a popular getaway for travelers seeking a remote retreat. Water is the primary draw to the area, and Sebago is Maines second largest, and deepest, lake. The myriad of water-based activities make Sebago a particularly popular spot for summer visitors. Guests can easily enjoy watersports like water skiing, jet skiing, kayaking, and more. Or, splurge on a boat rental to make the most of your lake experience! Sebago Lake also offers plenty of fishing opportunities, with abundant stocks of trout, pike, and salmon throughout the year. Though the town of Sebago is fairly sleepy, visitors seeking a bit of activity and adventure can head to the nearby city of Portland to enjoy an array of shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. The short drive is well worth the effort, as Portland offers something for groups, families, and couples alike! With temperate weather all year long, guests can enjoy a range of activities including everything from floating the day away in the spring and summer to lakeside stargazing in the crisp clear nights of the fall and winter. Our magnificent Sebago vacation rentals are true lakeside retreats. Explore our selection below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your perfect Sebago Lake retreat!


Situated just 15 minutes north of Portland along the picturesque Casco Bay, Yarmouth is most well-known for its historical draws and beautiful waterfalls. What was once a bustling hub of maritime activity is now an endearing New England destination for outdoor activities and coastal exploration. The entertainment activities are limitless, with easy water access via nearby beaches and rivers. Visitors can easily explore the area by foot or bike along trails and beaches, or by boat in the bay and along coastal marshes. Fishing, kayaking, and boating are among Yarmouths most popular activities. Fresh seafood and shellfish are another popular draw for the area. In particular, Yarmouth is famous for the areas flavorful clams. The town hosts an annual festival to celebrate clams, which takes place in the summer and draws well over 100,000 visitors. Visitors can easily test their own clam recipes by visiting a local seafood shop or enjoy a tried and true version at one of the many local seafood joints. As with other New England destinations, Yarmouth is most trafficked during the summer months, where the temperatures can approach to 80 degrees during the day. Spring and fall are also popular, as the area enjoys beautiful blooms and a spectacular foliage transition. Cooler winters offer the ability to engage in activities one may not find at home. With ice skating, skiing and snowmobiling among some of the more popular attractions. Peruse our Yarmouth vacation rentals below and feel free to reach out directly with any questions or requests. We look forward to helping you find your Yarmouth home away from home!