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  • Too hot? Escape to Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake

  • Hi Susana,

    Thanks for your invitation. I am delighted to be connected with you on Tripatini.
    Best, Sandra
  • Summer travelers heading up the Maine Coast should plan to make stops at Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck, just outside of Portland, and The Inn at Ocean’s Edge, just minutes north of Camden!

    These two luxury Coastal Maine resorts are part of Migis Hotels, a collection of luxury hotels and resorts dedicated to creating an unparalleled world of relaxation, recreation, and welcome in extraordinary waterfront settings in Maine.

    Guests who stay at Black Point Inn for their Maine summer getaway will enjoy exclusive country club privileges with access to the adjoining private facilities including an 18 hole links golf course, clay tennis courts, Private Beach Club, Yacht Club with Black Point Inn moorings and launch service. Also a draw for Prouts Neck visitors is the city of Portland, with its many festivals, fine dining restaurants and the Portland Museum of Art.

    Those who travel farther north to mid-coast Maine will enjoy The Inn at Ocean’s Edge with its irresistible blend of luxurious accommodations, pampering amenities, and Four Diamond dining at The Edge waterfront Maine restaurant. The Inn, located midway between Camden Village with it’s bustling harbor, and the artist colony of Belfast, Maine, provides the perfect vantage point from which to explore all that Coastal Maine has to offer, including quaint shops and restaurants, Maine windjammer cruises, hiking and biking trails, lighthouses, museums, and more.

    For more information or to make reservations for Black Point Inn, please call 207-883-2500 or visit http://www.blackpointinn.com. For The Inn at Ocean’s Edge please call 207-236-0945 or visit http://www.innatoceansedge.com.
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