Places to stay in Vinalhaven, Maine
There are 6 accommodations listed in Vinalhaven
Listed under Vinalhaven Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.62km away.
Favorite activities are hiking, bicycling, and swimming in the public spring-fed granite quarries. Town, with good restaurants, museum, and summer cultural events, is centered around Carver's Harbor. There is passenger/bicycle service to the neighboring island of North Haven. Fox Island Inn is filled with island ambience, including sunshine, flowers, hand-made quilts and home baking. [ More details ]
Listed under Vinalhaven Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.64km away.
The Libby House was built in 1869 by T.E. Libby, a very prominent man of the State of Maine. He was responsible for bringing the Maine State Ferry to Vinalhaven and the T.E. Libby Ferry continues to be the extra boat to this day. The house is a country Victorian home with the style and grace of the 1800's. Each room is decorated in a period style yet has the comfortable feeling of visiting a good ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Vinalhaven Motels, located approximately 0.65km away.
The Tidewater Motel on Vinalhaven is closer to the water than any place that's not a boat. The Tidewater is built on a bridge; the ebb and flow of the tides provides a soundtrack to your stay as the water flows directly beneath your room, inches away. That same rush of ocean water once powered a granite polishing mill, blacksmith shop and grist mill on the site, a marvel of ingenuity. To the ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Vinalhaven Campsites, located approximately 0.93km away.
From snowmobiling to skijoring, there are loads of exciting activities that are sure to make your winter vacation in Maine memorable. The winter season is in full-swing. Is skiing your bag? If so, consider a visit to beautiful Carrabassett Valley, home to renowned Sugarloaf Mountain and take in the wealth of recreational opportunities found in this winter vacation community. Spring and summer ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Vinalhaven Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.68km away.
Payne Homestead at the Moses Webster House is Vinalhaven's most historic B&B. The Moses Webster House is a French Victorian home built in 1873 by granite magnate, Moses Webster. This elite house boasts the splendor of the era, yet preserves the casual comfort of island lifestyle. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1998. The Payne Homestead has been in operation ..... [ More details ]