Inn at Ocean’s Edge
What We Love
- A boutique retreat on the scenic coast of Maine, with breakfast includedSwimming in the 65-ft. freshwater infinity pool or at nearby Lincolnville Beach
- Chowing down on a hearty complimentary buffet breakfast
- Exploring beachy Lincolnville, Belfast’s artists colony and bustling Camden Village
- Receiving a massage in one of the two massage rooms, or detoxifying in the sauna
What To Know
- The hotel's infinity pool overlooks the ocean
- Belfast is just a 20-minute drive away
- Free WiFi throughout
- Free public parking is available
The Inn at Ocean’s Edge sits, as the name suggests, beside an inlet of the North Atlantic, offering incredible views of peaceful Penobscot Bay. You won’t just be looking at the waters either, with a seasonal freshwater infinity pool on the property and nearby Lincolnville Beach just a short drive away. Offering you lots of different options for enjoying yourself is a specialty of this boutique base; you can also choose whether to sip complimentary tea or local Carrabassett coffee, for instance, or whether to tend to health and wellness needs at the fully equipped fitness room or in the peaceful massage treatment rooms.?
The Migis Hotel Group property prides itself of making it as easy as possible to tailor your vacation to your tastes, and its location is no exception. After washing down a buffet breakfast of cheeses, pastries and perhaps pancakes or pesto eggs Benedict – and before returning home for a nightcap at the Main Inn pub – choose between hiking or biking, visiting museums or historic sites and riding on a windjammer or the ferry that stops at the inn. Or, choose between nautical Camden Village and artsy Belfast: Both are just minutes away.
The inn’s 32 newly renovated rooms are split between three buildings: the Main Inn, the Poolhouse and the Hilltop. All hold a king bed and feature spa amenities, Boca terry bathrobes and a gas fireplace.
Amenities- Complimentary Wi-Fi?- Individual climate control- Fluffy towels- Mini-fridge- Flat-screen TV- Private bath
The Inn at Ocean’s Edge features a limited-service day spa, housing two massage rooms, a shower, a hot tub and a cedar sauna. Deep-tissue, Shiatsu, Swedish and Thai yoga massages are all on the menu, and the 65-ft. freshwater pool is right outside, for a post-therapy dip. You can also follow your treatment with a session in the fitness room, containing cardio machines and yoga mats.
Lincolnville is a beachy Pine Tree State retreat, along Penobscot Bay, an inlet of the North Atlantic. You’ll be able to swim at nearby Lincolnville Beach when the weather’s nice, as well as to hop on a ferry to Islesboro from the inn. Also nearby are the artists colony at Belfast and the bustling harbor at Camden Village, while additional boating, hiking, biking, golfing and even lobstering are offered in the greater Mid-Coast region.
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The setting is what makes this place. My husband and I stayed two nights at the end of the inn's season. We stayed in the pool house, but unfortunately, the propane ran out and there was no hot water for the entire stay. Too bad. Because the pool house is definitely a romantic, cozy spot, but with no hot water it made it more than a bit uncomfortable. Management did adjust our bill, which was very nice, but it just would have been great if once the propane tank was filled, they had tested to make sure the hot water was working instead of us suffering through another night.
Overall, the property is wonderful, and we would definitely stay again - as long as the propane tank is filled.
We stayed here at the end of a Fall Foliage vacation on the East Coast, and this Inn was a lovely last stop on our October trip. It is going to sound corny, but this location was almost too beautiful . . . between the changing colors of the leaves, ornate gardens, gorgeous views, infinity pool (to look at, not to swim in during this time of year!), ocean horizons for days, comfortable & plush chaise lounges on the ground and gracious service at the breakfast & front desk, we couldn't have asked for a more ideal locale. Make sure to visit the nearby town of Camden with its cute shops and wonderful dinner locations, including the Waterfront Restaurant & Peter Ott's on the Water, for a lovely dinner.
The staff at The Inn could not have been more friendly or accommodating. The breakfasts were delicious and the afternoon cookies or muffins made the stay seem like being at a gorgeous home. The setting is breathtaking and the rooms are large and attractive.
Stopped again at this elegant, private Inn on the water, but in the woods in Camden ME. Quiet and lovely---this small (20-30 rooms) Inn has the grace and charm of Cape Cod with the feel of being in the woods in N.C. (and that's why it's not cheap). Delicious big breakfast started off each day (the chef, Alexis, is a young lady with a big talent) with nearby coastal communities ready to explore: Camden, Bar Harbor, Rockland and Boothbay. A nice respite from Florida's mid-90s weather and tons of tourists flocking to Disney, Universal and the beaches.
For a bed and breakfast establishment this excelled.....gorgeous grounds b beautiful seating areas on the banks of the water ....beautiful light airy room with fire and balcony ...we had lovely breakfast then off for the day and brought deli bits for the balcony y on a night ....lovely..there is a pool but not heated this time of year but I suspect in the summer it's perfect ..