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All of our rooms have exterior entrances and individual heat/AC units that vent directly to the outside.
The original cabins, now called cottage rooms, have been welcoming visitors to Maine for over 100 years. The cottage rooms have been remodeled and updated and now have vaulted ceilings and pine woodwork. A previous owner loved woodworking and would mill trees that fell on our property for use in the rooms. So some of the wood in the rooms grew right here.
Our motel rooms are set back from the road in the two story building. The second floor walkway looks out into the treetops. Most of these rooms have either two full beds or one king bed.
Our Famous Breakfast
We make a free breakfast for guests each morning. Our dinning room is located near the lobby.
Eight Acres of Woodlands
Looking for a way to socialize outdoors? Our hotel is the perfect solution. Our lodge is on 8 acres of woodlands. We have a 1/3 mile hiking trail, two fire rings, and lots of picnic tables and Adirondack chairs scattered throughout our grounds. All of our rooms have either a private or shared porch so you can sit outside your room and chat. Our property is perfect for outside socialization in beautiful Midcoast Maine.
7 Pet Friendly Rooms
Traveling with pets? We have 7 pet friendly rooms and dogs love our 1/3 mile trail. Your pet can join you while eating at our picnic tables, sitting around the campfire, or while reading a book in one of our many Adirondack chairs. Traveling with kids? Consider one of our family friendly suites. We do not have pet breed or size restrictions we simply require that the pets be on a leash and under control while on our grounds. Check out all our pet friendly rooms here.
In the Heart of Midcoast Maine
Our hotel is close to everything in Midcoast Maine. In less than an hour you can visit Pemaquid and Doubling Point lighthouses, the beaches at both Reid State Park and Popham Beach, the WWF Railway Museum, the Maine Maritime Muesum and the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. You pass right by our hotel when you on the way to Camden, Boothbay, Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Check out our guides to help you plan your vacation!
Vacation Guides from Wiscasset Woods Lodge
- Great stops between Wiscasset Woods and Acadia
- Lighthouses of Midcoast Maine
- Forts of Midcoast Maine
- Midcoast Maine Attractions
Welcoming visitors for over 100 Years
Wiscasset Woods Lodge has been welcoming guests to Maine for over 100 years. Built originally as roadside cabins when Route 1 (the Atlantic Highway) was created to bring tourists into Maine, our hotel has changed as guest needs have changed. Read our full and interesting history here.