Inn at Oceans Edge A Luxury Oasis in Maine
Hidden from Stonecoast Road and down a short winding drive, the Inn at Oceans Edge awaits their guests. If soaking in serenity is high on your wish list, you’ve come to the right place. Located less than 20 minutes from arty Rockport, this scenic property is a luxury oasis in the popular vacationland known as midcoastal Maine.
Nestled into a charming setting on the shores of Penobscot Bay, guests might find it hard to tear themselves away from this luxury Maine hotel. And after all, isn’t that the mission of a well-designed resort?
The coastline of Penobscot Bay wraps the eastern side of the property. Prepare to be indulged, The Inn at Ocean’s Edge offers the quintessential Maine experience wrapped in a slice of modern-day pleasures. Just minutes from the adjacent town of Camden, and a short ride to Lincolnville Beach (and lobster rolls) guests can hike, bike and explore many uniquely Maine activities and experiences within easy reach.
Is there a more perfect sound than waking up to the swish of gentle waves on the shore? Lucky visitors will find this song on repeat 24/7. There are many on-site amenities they’d expect from a Maine luxury hotel. Immerse yourself in the infinity pool overlooking the ocean, arrange for a couples massage. Enjoy a glass of wine in front of the outdoor fireplaced living room after exploring the rocky beaches of Penobscot Bay. If you need a change of scenery, the quaint coastal towns of Midcoast Maine provide a multitude of opportunities for shopping of both the window and credit card variety.
As part of the Migis Hotel Group collection of properties guests can be assured they’ll find a welcoming environment and exceptional hospitality in a beautiful location. With an eye towards environmental stewardship, each of the brands award winning hotels and restaurants offers a unique experience.
♥ I’m Swooning for this Trifecta of Details :
- The gardens are lovingly cared for and bloom throughout the summer.
- Details around the property allow for private spaces and plenty of room for social distancing.
- Subtle nautical accents pay homage to the area’s maritime history.
Words to Set The Scene at the Inn at Ocean’s Edge
Exudes romance, relaxation, and traditional New England charm with a modern update.
Guests who will love this destination
New England design enthusiasts.
Couples who swoon over fireplaces and lovely gardens.
Seekers of getaways where a quiet, restful experience is a high priority.
From Camden, the drive to the Inn at Ocean Edge is brief and winds past many wooded areas. Occasionally, you’ll see a peek of the ocean’s blue pop through the trees. The sign to the property comes up quickly on Stonecoast Road. Make the turn into the drive and the main inn building appears with the ocean not far behind.
Rooms at The Inn at Ocean’s Edge
Housing 32 guestrooms and suites in three different building, the ocean views, comfortable king-size beds and gas fireplace make this luxury destination a real find. Tranquil sanctuaries beckon after a day of exploring and protocols are in place to make a visit safe for both guests and staff.
Rooms are decorated in calming neutrals with accents of blues and greens reflecting the surrounding nature. An abundance of pillows and luxe linens insure a dreamy night’s sleep. Bathrooms are modern and filled with Gilchrist & Soames bath products. Boca terry robes wrap guests in comfort and perfect attire for cozy fireplace reading.
Local artwork accents the walls throughout the property. Rooms are equipped with flat screened TVs and mini fridges and sink. Some have a kitchenette. A/C and heat is individually controlled in all rooms. Wifi is strong and complimentary.
Staff – This was one of my first stays during the last year and both my husband and I felt very safe at the hotel. Active CDC protocols were in place and everyone respected mask wearing and social distancing. The staff is extremely helpful and welcoming. All of our requests were answered quickly and efficiently.
Just off the reception area there is 24hr coffee, tea and afternoon cookies. A movie library offers a vast array of titles.
The heated infinity edge pool is one of the prettiest I have seen in New England. Gentle breezes keep the trees reflecting in the water; beyond, the ocean view sets the coastal theme front and center.
Adjacent to the pool, a steaming hot tub is the spot for a soak when temperatures start to drop, or you need to relax after completing one of the many hikes in the area.
Additional water access to a small, mostly rocky beach is via a private staircase on the edge of the property. Those looking for tokens of their visit might be rewarded with a few shells or perhaps a rare piece of seaglass.
The bottom level of the pool building houses a spa including sauna, massage room and a living room with fireplace. I imagine it would be a great spot for an extended family gathering.
Parking is available in the adjacent lot. If your room is in one of the outbuildings, there is adjacent parking for each of the units.
The property offers several package rates throughout the season. Often called one of the Best Hotels in Maine for Couples, be sure to check their web site for the current availabilities.
On Site Food + Drink at The Inn at Ocean’s Edge
Guests who fancy destinations that put an emphasis on breakfast will delight in the chefs changing menu of breakfast favorites. This includes a rotating variety of breads and muffins. The expansive breakfast room has an outdoor covered porch overlooking the water that provides a lovely place to start the day. (served from
A daily Chef’s Special offered a delicious quiche with red pepper, spinach, chives and cheddar cheese. The addition of avocado was the perfect side. Migis pancakes could be sordered plain , with chocolate chips and of course with Maine blueberries. Local maple syrup makes an appearance. In addition, there was Eggs Your Way, oatmeal, yogurt and an omelette.
Things to do Nearby The Inn at Ocean’s Edge
- Hike in Camden Hills State Park
- Wine Tasting at Cellardoor Winery-the beautiful property makes an exquisite detour from the norm in Midcoast Maine
- Beaches-choose from fresh water lakes and plenty of ocean shores
- Shopping and Gallery Hopping-Main Street in the surrounding towns of
- Chasing Lighthouses-find 18 lights within a 40-mile radius of Camden
- Windjammer Cruise-many traditional windjammer’s call this area home. Day cruises are avaialbe and for those with a few extra days-make sure to book an eco-friendly cruise aboard the J&E Riggin
- Museums in Rockland-contemporary and maritime treasures abound from artists inspired by the local light for ages.
- Eating Lobster and Fresh seafood – I’m still trying to decide where my favorite lobster roll is served. Chances are I’ll keep tasting to try and discover the top claw!
If you are planning a trip to Midcoast Maine, don’t miss this post of the best things to do in the area.
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