Seek Accommodation in Cabin Rentals in Maine, US

Aspen CabinThe state of Maine, US, is loaded with a wide assortment of tourist attractions. Nicknamed as “Vacationland”, Maine delivers an ultimate sightseeing experience and goes down the alley for tourists having a thing for museums, galleries, lighthouses, golfing, skiing, and antique shops. Apart from this, visitors who come here for an oasis of calm fall instantly for this off-the-beaten track, featuring expansive rugged coastlines, scenic and captivating views of mountains and lakes. Some of the premier beaches in Maine have been listed on popular beaches across the globe on many occasions. No wonder, people residing in both explored and lesser-explored landscapes, for that matter, across the world set off for Maine for short-term but exotic getaways every year and take refuge in cabin rentals in Maine. These rental accommodations overlook exotic views and spice up your vacation experience.

Here are some of the premier tourist spots in Maine, US

The Victoria Mansion

The Victoria Mansion, situated on Danforth Street in Portland Maine, exemplifies pre-Civil War era architecture. Built in the 19th century, the Mansion features as an Italian style built villa and speaks volumes about affluent lifestyle afforded by some of the fortunate souls back in that time period.

Monhegan Island

Monhegan Island is situated 10 miles off the Maine coast and is exclusively a fishing area, having no paved roads on the island. During the summer months visitors from New Harbor, Boothbay Harbor, and Port Clyde flock up on the island during the daylight

Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is home to a vast stretch of rugged coastline and features assorted forests and lakes. Apart from this, it is a happy hunting ground for locals and visitors, who indulge in a number of outdoor activities it lays in store for them. The park runs through a scenic trail with an array of attractions flanking across.

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