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Boutique mid-coast Maine hotel offering well-appointed rooms, small event spaces, and full service contemporary American restaurant.
The Brunswick Hotel in Brunswick, Maine, boasts a phenomenal location, thoughtfully appointed rooms, and an excellent guest services team. Conveniently located in downtown Brunswick at the edge of Bowdoin College, the hotel is known for its stylish interiors and a phenomenal, onsite restaurant, Noble Kitchen + Bar.
Historic and picturesque, Brunswick mixes New England charm with a thriving arts and entertainment culture. Visitors can explore more than fifty ethnically-diverse restaurants, distinctive retail shops, Bowdoin College and its museums and beautiful campus, summer musical theater, a year-round Farmers Market, and cultural offerings at the town’s many theaters, galleries, museums, and festive community events—nearly all in walking distance of the vibrant downtown.
Brunswick is a town in Cumberland County, Maine. The state of Maine, nicknamed Vacationland, is more than a destination – it’s an experience that will take your breath away. Maine embraces all that is authentic, unique and simple, and Mainers take pride in enjoying the wide-open spaces of the state’s deep woods and vibrant coastline. They find inspiration in the natural world to incorporate into their everyday activities – from the straightforward preparation of the perfect lobster roll to the world-renowned craftsmanship of their boats.
The Culinary Scene
Mainers have been eating sea-to-table (and farm-to-table) for centuries; the award-winning chefs from across the state bring creativity and passion to their food. Sample culinary treats from food trucks and local diners to tapas-style bistros and fine dining establishments – savor the variety of Maine flavors and foods.
Maine was a pioneer of the craft brewing movement, and now that same spirit has extended into a thriving craft distillery scene that mixes local ingredients with Maine’s quintessential ingenuity and inspiration. From blueberry moonshine (yes, that’s a thing) to Maine potato vodka, even the most demanding palate will be delighted.
Bird watching in spring, discovering a new mountain path in the summer, delighting in the glorious colors of autumn and enjoying the deep snows of winter, it’s easy to see why Maine’s outdoor activities (and our Registered Maine Guides) never take a day, or a season, off. Maine is nearly as large as the other five New England states combined, offering more than 85,000 square kilometers of exploration and adventure awaiting. Real adventurers will find the north woods and waterways much the same as they were 150 years ago when Henry David Thoreau and guides from Maine’s Penobscot Tribe journeyed through northern Maine.
Shopping, Arts & Culture
Maine’s resourceful, dependable and inventive spirit is embodied by our long history of fine craftsmanship of everything from food to furniture, clothing to jewelry. Enjoy the many farmers’ markets, unique galleries and showrooms throughout the state, including Maine Center for Crafts. Maine Made means simply the best.
Much of Maine’s culture emanates from the sea, and the state’s maritime heritage is readily seen – lobstermen and their buoys dot the shore and windjammers cruise the coastline daily. Visitors experience both the past and present influence of the ocean on Maine’s people at Maine Maritime Museum or just by watching the many working harbors.
The sea and the surrounding dramatic landscape have also been inspiring artists like Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Andrew Wyeth for hundreds of years: museums, galleries, studios and performing arts venues continue to make the arts part of the fabric of everyday Maine life. You may find that Maine’s natural beauty inspires you as well, as your thoughts start to sound like the lines of a Thoreau poem. “Live the life you have imagined.”
“Maine: great outdoors, culture and cuisine!”