Charming cabin with open views of the ocean and a large field. The room features high ceilings, a spacious private deck and a new queen bed. There is guest access to two common rooms, including a library/game room and a coffee/tea room
This cabin is part of The Lincolnville Motel, a recently refreshed classic Maine Motor Inn featuring six guest cabins and four motel rooms. All cabins and rooms have ocean views. The design is clean and minimal, with the goal of creating a place to unplug, unwind and enjoy quality bedding.
The property is nearly four acres of tree lined open field with views of Penobscot Bay. Guest have access to the outdoor swimming pool, a charcoal grill, lawn games, and a main building featuring a coffee/tea room, a library room and more decks.
Interaction with guests
There is usually motel staff around in the morning and late afternoon and we are happy to answer any questions, provide recommendations and help you enjoy your time here.
Other things to note
Children are welcome at the motel, but younger ones will need to be closely supervised as this is an older property with a few obstacles and potential hazards. We do not have cribs or cots available, but you can just fit a travel crib in the cabins . The cabins do not have bathtubs, just a standing shower. Pets with responsible owners are most welcome as well.
Please be respectful of the property and other guests. Well behaved pets with responsible owners are welcome. Smoking is not permitted in or around any of the buildings, and only in designated areas.
My name is Alice Amory. I am the owner of The Lincolnville Motel. I was born in Portland, Maine in 1979 and raised in Camden, Maine. I moved to New York City when I was 18. I returned to Midcoast Maine two years ago after spending the last several years in culinary school and working as a professional line cook in several fancy Manhattan restaurants. I bought this motel in April 2015 because I wanted to create the type of place I would want to visit.