Spring comes a little later to the Maine Coast. In the past we’ve hung on to winter here into April, but despite what the groundhog says, spring seems like it’s coming a little earlier this year.
Every year more than half of Americans (54%) fail to use all their time off, creating a stock pile of 662 million unused vacation days. In Maine…
The weather outside might be frightful, but inside the nine Inns Along the Coast of Maine, fires are roaring and toddies are warming.
We've decked the halls with boughs of holly...and reindeer, ornaments and much more. Come along for an armchair tour of the holiday decorations at Inns Along the Coast.
Who says summer and fall are the only time to visit the Maine Coast? Plan things right, and you might just be able to create a holiday tour of all our inns.
While Indian Summer may be upon us right now, it's beginning to look a lot like autumn in Maine. With temps in the 80s this week, it may not feel like fall is here, but just look up at the trees and you'll see fall colors are beginning to turn.
While many think that summer is the busiest time to visit inns along the Maine Coast, fall is actually equally busy. Why?
With new inn members and new itineraries, Inns Along the Coast has expanded to include the ideal inn-to-inn itinerary, with no two inns more than one-tank apart.
No matter what time of year and how long or short, vacations are your time to unwind, and finally give yourself permission to relax.