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This was a BIG highlight of our trip to Maine! We stayed in room 6 in the Driftwood building, a water view room where if we fell out the window, we would have been in the drink! Slept to the sounds of the waves of...More
For REAL travelers, pure heaven. "Oceanfront" is an understatement; the inn is built right along the seawall. Fall asleep to the sounds of the crashing surf right outside your room. Take a book, a glass of wine, and/or your friends and sit on the rockers...More
The Driftwood Inn is one of the most unique, authentic, New England lodging experiences that one can have. Since 1905, these old rooms and cabins have housed thousands of travelers looking for the real coastal Maine overnight stay. What you get is crashing surf. You...More
Went for wedding. Reserved an entire 9 room building plus several other rooms to the tune of approx $4000 for 2 and 3 days. Many staff very rude and unpleasant. Cash deposit was not credited to the rooms had to fight for it. charged at...More
Imagine walking into a setting that feels as if it is cut adrift from recent trends. Choose between a few porches with rockers or chairs that face waters that ebb and flow. Then go into wood-paneling that smells like your childhood camp--for ample breakfasts at...More