I will start by saying it was unseasonally hot in Maine, in the 90's, in July 2013, when we were there. We had a room with one window and a fan. It was miserably hot and we slept very little, even with our door open half the night. At least I felt safe enough to leave the door open. No staff available at night at the office. The hotel is quaint, with antiques, etc. The bathroom we shared was not so quaint, with it's leaky old faucet and tiny shower. No view of the ocean and couldn't hear the ocean. We picked the top floor so we could see the ocean but no view. It is nice and close to Pemaquid point and lighthouse. I learned a lesson--ask about air conditioning in the future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Pemaquid offers a step into yesteryear with a relaxing atmosphere that is reminiscent of early twentieth century summering in the area complete with antiques and a restoration of many original hotel features. We are the closest hotel to the Pemaquid Lighthouse,our rooms are offered at reasonable rates, all rooms have flat screen televisions and refrigerators, and there is internet available but service on the point can be spotty. Many of our guests take walks along the rocky coast, eat lots of seafood, and spend time relaxing with a book on our porch. We hope you consider the Hotel Pemaquid when in midcoast Maine. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pemaquid Hotel New Harbor
- Hotel Pemaquid Maine/New Harbor