Spending spring in Maine is a treat for the senses. You’ll see colorful blossoms, smell the ocean breeze, hear songbirds, and taste fresh foods. The air is warm but not muggy. The leaves are baby green. And the sun gently grazes your cheeks. It’s an all-around relaxing experience. Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort offers some of...
Maine possesses a wide variety of terrain. We have dense northern forests, towering mountain peaks, and sparkling ocean shores. That’s what makes it such a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts! Our state also boasts four diverse seasons, and Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort is one of the few coastal Maine resorts open year-round so that you can...
Are you recently engaged? Are you looking for a picturesque wedding venue on the coast of Maine for your 2020 ceremony? Water’s Edge at Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort has you covered! Whether your dream wedding is to have an intimate gathering or a big waterfront celebration, our 2020 wedding special covers it all. Our classic...
Maine is known for its incredible food, and incredible food deserves to be paired with an equally-incredible glass of wine. Luckily, Midcoast Maine has plenty of stops along the Maine Wine Trail, and Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort is central to the action.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to decide how to celebrate with your sweetheart. Nothing says “I love you” more than romantic getaways in New England. Winters in Midcoast Maine are full of breathtaking ocean scenes; sparkling, powder snow; and hidden gem date spots. At Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort, you’ll have plenty of Maine adventures while enjoying ample privacy and time together.
Here in the Northeastern corner of the United States, we’re blessed with incredible winters. We have plenty of snow so that we can get outdoors and play all season long. Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort in Edgecomb, Maine, is especially fortunate to experience slightly warmer winter temperatures due to the coastal effect. So, if you enjoy snow sports like skiing or sledding, a Maine winter vacation is just the thing for you. There are countless things to do in Maine in winter, but we’ve managed to narrow our list of favorites down to these three winter activities in Maine.
For those who’re already looking ahead to winter’s snowy wonderland, we recommend that you contemplate a visit to peaceful Midcoast Maine. Every year, winter in Maine allures thousands of outdoor enthusiasts and tired city dwellers because our small, coastal towns offer a well-deserved, much-needed break from busy metropolitan areas.
We’re rapidly approaching the most colorful, vibrant season of the year: autumn. Planning a well-deserved visit to Midcoast Maine in the fall is a brilliant idea—just as brilliant as the region’s eye-popping combination of marigold, amber, kelly green, and amber. The perfect place to start and finish each day is Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort and Water’s Edge.
We see an influx of couples, groups, and families who know that September is arguably one of the best times to visit Maine – traffic is lighter, lines for lobster rolls are shorter, and the temperatures are ideal. So, to ensure that your upcoming escape to Sheepscot Harbour Village Resort is nothing short of picture-perfect, we’ve compiled five of the top things to do in Maine in September.
There’s never an off-season for coastal adventures here in Edgecomb, Maine, as this region is home to countless state parks and nature preserves. While there’s never a “wrong time” to visit Sheepscot Harbour Village, some of the best times to visit Maine are during the chillier months.