Room D - free bikes, kayaks, hot tub & saunaThe Hallowell Historic Rooming House is just two blocks from downtown Hallowell, which is nicknamed the "New Orleans on the Kennebec." The city is a regional center for the arts in central Maine, with renowned art galleries, performing arts theaters, studios, festivals and local artists. Hallowell is also home to renowned bars, taverns and restaurants, with the downtown area having a high concentration of eating and drinking establishments. The rooming house is self checkin. See instructions.
Wellness Gardens RetreatLarge quaint airy space with natural light
Definitely not glamping, but rustic building campIf you are interested in rustic camping but are done with sleeping in a tent, and want to experience Maine on the cheap, this electrified space has housed many a guest over the years. It is an unfinished but cozy 1.5 story loft over a garage. There is no running water and it is NOT suitable for small children due to ladder access to sleeping loft and high deck. Wifi inside or yard depending. As of 6/18/2020 there is now a port-a-potty located at the bottom of the stairs by the deck.