Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa
Escape to the relaxing Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa, a spectacular seaside retreat situated on 57 acres of shoreline fringed with tall spruce woodland. Recognized as one of the best family resorts in Maine, our historic vacation destination offers a variety of accommodations: 56 modern guestrooms in 8 traditional lodges, 16 classic cottage rooms, 9 guestrooms and suites in the historic Main Inn and 4 townhouses. Whether you choose sailing, golf, hiking, beachcombing or one of the many nearby scenic attractions, you are sure to create new and lasting memories with every stay. The Inn offers a variety of dining options showcasing locally grown, fished and farmed selections and a talented chef who captures the quintessential taste of Maine.Located less than an hour drive 'down east ' from Portland to seafaring Boothbay Harbor, Spruce Point Inn is a true gem among Maine resorts. For more than 100 years, the inn has attracted travelers from across the United States and has provided a refreshing backdrop for families and friends to create delightful memories. Along a stunning stretch of oceanfront on Maine's rugged coast, the Spruce Point Inn is the premier Maine family resort and an ideal venue for a romantic getaway or for memorable reunions, seaside weddings and business retreats.
We accept pets. No fee. No weight restriction. Leash law in Boothbay Harbor. Limit 2 pets.
Amenities include: boutique full-service spa, saltwater and heated freshwater pools, three hot tubs, recreation hall, two championship Har-Tru clay tennis courts and fitness room with pilates and yoga.
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