When it comes to choosing the best place to stay in the heart of mid-coast Maine, the Berry Manor Inn in Rockland Maine stands far above the crowd. You may already be familiar with the draw of mid-coast Maine for many visitors from around the globe. For some it’s the lure of lighthouses and lobster. For others, the reputation as a great foodie destination. Adventure seekers flock here for easy access to great outdoor adventure. And art lovers are impressed with the quality and quantity of great museums and galleries.
Whatever your pleasure, you’re sure to find it when you visit the coast of Maine. But to truly be in the heart of the coast, you need to visit Rockland, the geographic center of the mid-coast. And to be in the heart of Rockland, you need to stay at the Berry Manor Inn. It’s not just that the Inn has 5-star reviews. Or that it’s recognized as one of the Top Ten bed and breakfasts in the US. The heart and soul of the Inn begins with its location in the historic district of one of the coolest towns in America.
Luxurious Private Rooms
With a tip of the hat to the Victorian era, this lovely property blends the best of both worlds. Luxurious guestrooms, with all the amenities that travelers have come to expect from an award-winning inn, evoke another age. King or queen bedded rooms adorned with lush linens and plush towels ensure comfort. Fireplaces and whirlpool tubs or two-person jetted showers add that lavish touch. Add to that complimentary highspeed internet access, flat screen TVs, and a Tesla charging station. Even the techies among you will be impressed.
Food, Glorious Food
Early risers appreciate the freshly-brewed coffee available by 7:00 AM each morning. With an assortment of homemade breads and pastry, a sweet or savory entrée, and assorted juices, breakfast at the inn starts your day off on the right foot. No worries about food allergies. The chef accommodates gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and dairy-free diets as well. And throughout the day, a well-stocked 24-hour pantry with hot beverages and homemade pie and ice cream tempts those with a sweet tooth.
Access to World-Class Art and Culture
Named the art capital of Maine, Rockland is home to the Farnsworth Museum with its famous collection of works by Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth. Nearby is the Center for Maine Contemporary Arts, housed in a stunning glass structure on Winter Street downtown. And rounding out the art scene, more than 20 galleries dot the landscape, creating an art lover’s dream destination.
Abundance of Eclectic Restaurants
From the well-loved farm-to-table ambiance of Primo, to the warm and welcoming cafes that call Rockland home, foodies lack for nothing when visiting Rockland. Sushi and seafood, wine and tapas, handmade pastas and pizza, or pub grub at a local brewery. There’s a time and place for every appetite, some just a stroll away from the Inn.
Year-Round Outdoor Adventure
Spring, summer, winter or fall, Rockland speaks to every adventure junkie. Skiing and snowboarding, hiking, biking, water sports, deep-sea fishing, golf, and whale watching. These are but a few of the ways to enjoy mid-coast Maine in any season. And if that’s not enough, take a sail on a true windjammer vessel out of Camden or Rockland harbors for an exhilarating day on the water.
No matter when you choose to visit the lovely coast of Maine, be sure to reserve a room at the Berry Manor Inn. Choose any one of the 12 romantic guestrooms. Book a romantic special or package. Add any of a half-dozen enhancements to your stay for a memorable getaway to the best place to stay in mid-coast Maine.