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Very Good 477 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Rate includes buffet breakfast
  • Just a few steps from a sandy beach
  • This full-service property has pools, tennis courts, a spa and a gym

What To Know

  • A housekeeping service fee of $2 per person, per night, will be collected by Jetsetter
  • No nightlife scene
  • You’ll need a car for any off-property sightseeing


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Cozy, year-round inn on the edge of York Harbor, with harborside dining and views of Maine’s rugged coastline

The Look

The folks at Stage Neck Inn know just what travelers who choose this York Harbor location are looking for: a taste of true Northeastern charm and laid-back coastal living, clambakes and all. There’s no valet or flashy lobby here — just a friendly welcome from the knowledgeable staff at the front desk. You’ll feel the boutique resort’s innate warmth and quaint style immediately. Antique floral printed sofas are placed in front of a fireplace, around which tea and cookies are served every afternoon.

Bed & Bath

The 58 spacious guestrooms are simply appointed, but most have private patios and balconies and gorgeous views of the ocean. All the home comforts are present (free WiFi, DVD players, coffee makers, small fridges and more), and the simple bathrooms have walk-in showers or deep tubs. Trust us, when you throw open the windows and smell the salty sea air, you won’t miss designer toiletries.


After a day of antiquing or wandering through town, a drink in the cozy hotel bar is a welcome warm up to dinner at on-site restaurant, Harbor Porches. Expect such hearty New England dishes as oyster po’boy, spicy lamb rack and Maine lobster rolls in the open-plan dining room, and a traditional buffet breakfast with a coastline view every morning. The indoor pool and small fitness center are open year round, and the seasonal outdoor pool reopens in late June.

How to Get There

Stage Neck Inn
8 Stage Neck Rd
York, ME 03911 United States


4.5 Very Good 477 Reviews
We loved everything about it.
Reviewed 7 days ago

Best location. Beautiful scenery and nature. The beach was not crowded which is a big plus for us. The food was delicious . Make sure you go the beautiful cliff walk and the fisherman trail. Will go again!

A wonderful Place
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have stayed here on a couple of occasions. Both time I found the rooms, clean, comfortable, the food delicious and the staff friendly. The spa was a nice visit also. The room was not the most expensive but was certainly not cheapened down. Servings in the dining room were ample and the chocolate, in house, dougnuts at breakfast were to die for.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Came in for brunch after a group hike.Food and service was good. Only problem was credit card machine was slow. Other that that it was good and clean area. I would recommend to friends and family. I would be back

Lovely hotel and location
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a great weekend away here. The room was clean and location was fantastic. Also, dinner and breakfast on location were delicious. The highlights were certainly the location that overlooks the ocean and walking path nearby. I would note that the rooms here have a bit of a hotel feel, but with that you get consistency, cleanliness and well sized rooms. I would definitely recommend the inn and return here. It's worth getting an ocean or 'river' view balcony room, it's so relaxing!

Dinner was excellent
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I had not been to the Stage Neck in a couple of years so I was really looking forward to a good celebration dinner there. It did not disappoint. The scallops with fried crab rice was terrific. My fellow dinner had chicken and steak and those were also very good. Our only disappointment were the croquettes for the table. Only 2 ( there were 5 of us) and frankly not that good. Since I was there last, the bar and TVs were moved into the dining room. Kind of takes away from the fine dining experience. All in all service and food were excellent. The view also beyond words. We all enjoyed