Sebasco Harbor Resort in Maine. And thanks to them generously giving us a discount, we were able to spend 4 lovely days there in July. (And thanks to my mom for joining in the fun!)
accommodations. The main four choices were cottages (too big for us), rooms in a lighthouse (umm...didn't want the young ones disrupting others!), the main lodge (no availability in the family suite) or the newer Harbor Village Suites (pictured at the top of this post). For most people, the benefit of the Harbor Village space would be that it has air conditioning. We chose this modern space because, with four of us, we needed two rooms. One room had a huge king bed, a TV and a large, full bathroom. The other room had a pull-out couch, another TV, a kitchenette, a bathroom and a small patio. They also brought us a cot for my younger son. It was spotless, airy and offered plenty of room for all of us. That being said, it wasn't cheap. (The Sebasco website is incredibly detailed in terms of videos of the rooms and pricing. Expect to pay between $200 and $400 a night for the different accommodations though it depends on the time of the year, day you arrive, etc.)
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Sebasco Harbor Resort, Phippsburg, Maine