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Vacation rentals in Maine

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Treehouse in Woodstock
Treehouse With Hot Tub Close to Sunday River!
This authentic, luxury treehouse was designed by B'Fer Roth, DIY Network TV host of The Treehouse Guys and built by the Treehouse Guys. Nestled in the woods on a quiet, private rd with no neighbors in sight, the treehouse is just 15 minutes to Sunday River Ski Resort, 5 minutes to Mt. Abram and 10 minutes to downtown Bethel. The treehouse sits 500' from North Pond and is abutted by 626 acres of Bucks Ledge Community Forest (7 miles of hiking/snowshoeing trails accessible from the treehouse).
$298 per night
Cabin in New Portland
Cozy two-bedroom cabin on Lemon Stream
Relax at this unique, conveniently situated 2 bedroom cabin located on Route 27 between Farmington (15 miles) and Kingfield (7 miles). For winter skiing and summer activities as well, Sugarloaf is just 30 minutes away. The cabin is just off the main road to minimize weather issues. Lemon Stream runs through the property and you can go fishing and explore the 3 acre woodland. Nicely furnished with new appliances, a new hot tub, and all the amenities, this little cabin is the perfect getaway!
$101 per night
Yurt in Woodstock
Private Luxury Mt. View Yurt w/HOT TUB /AC/Wifi!
Birdsong yurt is a truly unique and special lodging experience you won’t forget. An ideal couple’s getaway or perfect place for friends and family to relax and connect with loved ones. Located on two private acres of land surrounded by trees, you will feel close to nature while still having the comforts of modern conveniences. The deck is the perfect place to enjoy the Mountain View, watch the sunsets and stargaze with a glass of wine by the gas fireplace! Relax in the Hot Tub to end the day!
$254 per night

House rentals in Maine

Home in Saco
Oceanfront w/ Stunning views and Private Deck☀️🏖
$225 per night
Home in Bethel
Bethel Escape 8 Mins to Sunday River/King Bed
$141 per night
Home in Old Orchard Beach
New Luxury 3 BR | HOT TUB | Fire Pit
$166 per night
Private room in Biddeford
Beach Vacation D
$45 per night
Home in Bridgton
Cozy apartment on private road close to everything
$131 per night
Home in Stetson
Lakefront Log Cabin on Pleasant Lake
$193 per night
Private room in Bath
Sunny room in the south end of Bath
$50 per night
Home in Bath
The Nest: A Gorgeous Modern Studio on the Kennebec
$98 per night
Home in Boothbay
Forest Spa Maine, Boothbay, Maine. @ForestSpaME
$257 per night
Home in Eustis
Brand New Cabin. Mountain, River & Dam Views
$193 per night
Home in Saco
Private indoor pool with hot tub spa
$265 per night
Home in Lisbon
Unplug at a Beachy Bolthole with Classic New England Style
$125 per night

Weekend vacation rentals in Maine

Condo in Old Orchard Beach
Luxury Beach Front Condo! Prime Location!
$118 per night
Cottage in Portland
Cozy & Quiet Modern Cottage
$76 per night
Cabin in Freedom
Charming Mid-Coast Maine Log Cabin w/ Sauna!
$171 per night
Rental unit in Portland
Self-check-in | Desk | Washer + Dryer | Kitchen 2
$63 per night
Rental unit in Scarborough
Your beach retreat - eat, sleep, beach, repeat!
$58 per night
Rental unit in Scarborough
Tiny Pine Point Beach Pad - comfy, cozy surf shed
$68 per night
Cottage in Old Orchard Beach
#2 Walk to the beach Vintage Cottage.
$114 per night
Cabin in Camden
Cozy Village Cottage
$69 per night
Rental unit in Portland
Self-check-in | Parking | Washer + dryer | Desk |3
$63 per night
Cabin in Hampden
Sunrise Views Cabin with King Bed, Bar & Game Room
$131 per night
Hotel room in Portland
Skolfield Inn | Parking | Self-check-in | Garden 2
$64 per night
Hotel room in Portland
Inn at Park Spring 3 | Self Check In | Parking
$65 per night

Tiny house rentals in Maine

Tiny home in Harrison
MILLION$ views, HOT TUB, Crooked RIVER, 14 acres
$442 per night
Tiny home in Freeport
Cozy Rock Cabin #thewaylifeshouldbe
$339 per night
Tiny home in Appleton
Little Apple Cabin 10 acres in Maine's woods
$224 per night
Tiny home in Jay
Forest Bathing Serenity: Off-Grid Modern Tiny Home
$131 per night
Tiny home in Belfast
Tiny garden house.
$150 per night
Tiny home in Hanover
Our Tiny House provides a truly unique experience.
$88 per night
Tiny home in Bowdoinham
Cozy Cabin on Merrymeeting Bay
$84 per night
Tiny home in Atkinson
Cozy Rural A-Frame in the Middle of Maine.
$155 per night
Tiny home in Trenton
The Tiny House with the Enormous View of Acadia
$200 per night
Tiny home in Hanover
New Tiny Home with Wrap Around Covered Porch
$89 per night
Tiny home in New Gloucester
Tiny house in the Birch Grove
$125 per night
Tiny home in Durham
Crow’s Nest Tiny House at Old Crow Ranch
$180 per night

Your guide to Maine

All About Maine

Located on the northeastern tip of the Atlantic Coast, the state of Maine is the epitome of New England charm, with rugged coastlines giving way to an endless expanse of ocean and lighthouses and lobster boats dotting the horizon. For the outdoor adventurer, Maine’s wilderness is nothing short of breathtaking: Trek through the rocky red cliffs of Acadia National Park, cool off in year-round ice caves in Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, and take a dip in the alpine pond on Tumbledown Mountain.

You can spend endless hours breathing in the fresh sea air here. For those more inclined to a city break, Maine has some of the most charming coastal towns around, starting with its biggest city, Portland. Stock up on local artisan wares, sample an up-and-coming restaurant scene, and peruse vintage and antiques shops brimming with treasures. However you choose to spend your time here, one thing is non-negotiable: Make sure to save space in your itinerary to sample Maine lobster in all its freshly-caught glory.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Maine?

Maine’s full four seasons are part of what makes this state so beautiful. When to visit depends entirely on what you’re coming here to do. Maine rentals on the beach fill up fast in the summer (so book ahead), but with good reason: the weather is typically warm, the beaches are beautiful, and there is no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy. Late spring and early autumn are good choices if you want to skip some of the crowds but still take advantage of nice weather for walking, hiking, and boating. Fall is possibly the most beautiful time to visit, as the forests break out in shades of reds, orange, and gold, though you risk the chance of rain or even snow in later months. In the winter, temperatures drop and blankets of snow turn the mountains into a skier or snowboarder’s paradise.

What are the top things to do in Maine?


Maine’s lighthouses have been important navigational points and welcoming safe havens to seafaring folk for 200 years. Many of these 65 landmark lighthouses are open to the public for tours — some house quaint museums, others can be climbed for panoramic coastal views. As you make your way throughout the state, keep your eye out for them; even if just from afar, they’re postcard-perfect sights to see.

Eat lobster

From inventive farm-to-table fare in Portland’s best restaurants, to piping hot bowls of clam chowder, bean suppers, clambakes, and craft beers, Maine’s local culinary scene is nothing short of drool-worthy. Still, there is one food that rules them all: lobster. Lobster rolls, steamed lobster, boiled lobster, grilled lobster — no matter the preparation, nothing beats eating it here, straight from the sea.

Acadia National Park

Maine is beautiful any which way you look, but Acadia National Park is perhaps the most beautiful corner of the state. From the heritage-protected Merchant Row islands famous for their granite, to learning about the homeland of the Wabanaki indigenous people, to lush forests painted in all the colors of fall, there are endless trails and treks to discover.

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