Property Pictures

Stay with us and enjoy the amazing view, get some exercise walking the property and enjoy the rocky coastline.


An Evening Walk Around the Property



Some photos taken by our own Barry Asalone around the property!


Step inside the Alice in Wonderland themed specialty shoppe where a confectionery wonderland awaits you! They specialize in small batch handmade chocolates and other creations. They also have a wide variety of nautical theme handcrafted candies which will be a perfect souvenir from your visit to mid-coast Maine.

Camden Hills State Park is a great place to hike and explore

Camden Hills State Park is a 5710 acre public recreation area overlooking Penobscot Bay in the town of Camden, Knox County, Maine. The state park features multi-use trails to Mount Battie, Mount Megunticook, and other scenic locales.

Belfast, Maine is beautiful in the winter too!

Check out this great article about vising Belfast Maine in the winter in the Bangor Metro.


Snowy Shore Cottage



Looking for a Gorgeous Wedding Venue?

Call us or email to find out more about our affordable wedding packages!!  Carol is our Function Coordinator and can be reached at [email protected] or by calling the hotel.

Winter Get Away

Looking for a 2 night get away?  Call us today and find out about our 2+2+2 winter special.  Two guests, two nights and two breakfasts for a great price!  Relax and unwind in our indoor pool, hot tub and sauna.  Eat a nice dinner in our full service restaurant and enjoy our deluxe continental breakfast each morning.  Ask about our fire place rooms with massage chairs!


Fireplace Room With King Bed
Fireplace Room With King Bed Ocean View

Belfast Curling Club

It’s that time of year again!  We are so happy to be a home away from home for the Curlers!  See below for some interesting information about the Belfast Curling Club!


Belfast Curling Club opened officially in February, 1959 on the site which had previously been flooded for outdoor curling by a group of enthusiasts. Inspired by founder and first president, Dr. Norman E. Cobb and friends from the St. Stephen, New Brunswick Curling Club, volunteer masons, carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and laborers built the club on donated land – even making their own 5,000 cinderblocks!

In 1962, the two-sheet ice house was razed to make room for the present three-sheet clubhouse which now provides activities for more than 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 75. A banquet and dance hall was added in 1977.

Visiting Fair Haven Camps?

Come stay with us, we are less than a 30 minute drive away!


Fair Haven Camps