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We stayed in one of the single cottages for 3 nights at the waters edge. Property was probably built in the 60's; think "I Love Lucy". Dated but clean. You will forget about everything once you see the view. The sounds of the Ocean waves...More
Friends told me about Beloin's years ago. So sorry it took me this long to go. It's an absolutely idyllic spot to get away from the world and get your blood pressure down. Yes, the cabins are rustic. But they're clean, those with a kitchenette...More
They are open for 2017. Be patient if trying to call. Answering machine may be full but they are there again this season. Looking forward to our 19th year. Other changes around town as well but still grateful to be there again.
I just received an e mail from the big cheese at the Penobscot area chamber of commerce. She spoke with the owner 2 weeks ago and said they are opening for the 2017 season. I wish they would return a message. We made reservations in...More
We have been staying at Beloin's for 10 years, every summer, sometimes multiple weekends per summer. The owners and staff are very friendly and make us feel at home. The cabins are right on the water and the views are the best in midcoast Maine....More
You have to keep trying to call. I know it can be frustrating but you just have to keep trying. Also be aware that the season is winding down for them given that it is the end of September. Most businesses like this end... More
You have to keep trying to call. I know it can be frustrating but you just have to keep trying. Also be aware that the season is winding down for them given that it is the end of September. Most businesses like this end their season on Columbus day which is just over a week away. If you are trying to book a reservation you may be out of luck trying Beloins. If you are trying to confirm one the answer is to just keep trying to reach them.