Nature, Pet Friendly, Wiscasset

Pet Friendly Rooms and a Hiking Trail

All Pet Friendly Rooms have Private Entrances

We have 7 pet friendly rooms and a 1/4 mile hiking trail that dogs love!

All of our pet friendly rooms are on the ground floor with a separate entrance. This makes it easy to get your pet onto the trail or into your car without worrying about disturbing other people.

Our pet friendly rooms also have linoleum planking. It looks like wood but you don’t have to worry about your pet’s paws scratching it and it won’t stain like carpets.

Picture of our pet friendly cottage rooms with linoleum flooring for ease in cleaning and durability.
Linoleum Flooring in Pet Friendly Rooms

We do allow pets to be left alone in rooms. We just ask that you put up the Do Not Disturb sign when you’re out. Our rooms have been insulated with pets noises in mind.

Our 1/4 mile hiking trail is near the pet friendly rooms. In fact our One Queen Bed pet friendly rooms have a private back porch that leads directly onto the trail. We have garbage cans throughout the property and give you a roll of bags when you check in.

Picture of our pet friendly rooms with one queen bed. Rooms have private back porch leading onto our trail.
Private Back Porch on Pet Friendly Cottage Room with One Queen Bed

We also give copies of PETMaine to all pet owners and have provided additional information on local pet resources, dog parks, pet friendly restaurants in your room.

Kids activities, Museums, Nature

Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens named #3 of top 5 Botanical Gardens

In 2016, Nature Hills, “America’s largest online plant nursery,” named Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens #3 on the top 5 botanical gardens to visit in the Eastern United States. this is just one of many awards won by the gardens.

image of cat fence and cottage in the children's area of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Children’s area of the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

My husband and I love the gardens. We visited with my sister’s family on our first trip to the area to look at the Wiscasset Motor Lodge prior to purchasing it. We fell in love with the botanical gardens and we fell in love with the lodge. In the gardens there are miles of lovely trails, a view of the river, and waterfalls. It’s definitely worth repeat visits and we knew we’d be buying an annual membership. So it’s not surprising to hear all the accolades the gardens receive.