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With access to an impressive seashore, historic sites, and quaint mom-and-pop shops, our Boothbay Harbor vacation rentals provide a front-row seat to one of the top tourist destinations on the Maine coast. One of five charming villages in the Boothbay region, Boothbay Harbor has managed to maintain its unique flavor and appeal nearly three centuries after its founding.

Once home to ice works, lobster canneries and shipbuilding factories, Boothbay now enjoys an influx of yachting enthusiasts and whale watchers come summer. Our Maine vacation rentals in Boothbay Harbor offer a great base from which one can explore this endearing and enduring seaside village. 

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The Coal Shack 3D Tour
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

The Coal Shack - Boothbay Harbor, ME

From $100
Fisher Hill Cottage 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Fisher Hill Cottage - Boothbay Harbor, ME

From $123
Beaver Run Cabin 3D Tour
4 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 15

Beaver Run Cabin - Boothbay Harbor, ME

From $174
Lisa Jean's Lookout 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Lisa Jean's Lookout - Boothbay Harbor, ME

From $111
Little Cottage in the Woods 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Little Cottage in the Woods - Boothbay Harbor, ME

From $92

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Recent Boothbay Harbor vacation rental reviews

Loved! Location is convenient to the harbor and local businesses including personal favorites such as Eventide, Ports of Italy, and of course, The Salty Dog. (We did not bring our dog but there were clean dinner and water bowls ready by the door. Cute touch. Super creative decor; efficient and functional layout; clean, new appliances and all of the dishes and cookware we needed to prepare our breakfast, lunch and dinner for two days; comfortable bed and warm bedding plus the heat pump warmed up the apartment in moments in spite of the single digit temperatures in January. Parking right out front. Looking forward to returning as soon as we possibly can!
Heidi H. | Jan 2022
We loved the place! You could not beat the view and the house is great
Larry P. | Jan 2022
Close to town, quiet. Comfortable
John J. | Dec 2021

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.

Book confidently. Stay comfortably.
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Things to do in Boothbay Harbor, ME

Due to its rich maritime heritage, historic sites abound in Boothbay Harbor. Start your visit at the Boothbay Region Historical Society to get a sense of the area's past via artifacts, photos, and newspaper clippings. Head to the Pythian Opera House, built in 1894, for dozens of performances each year, from opera to classical to jazz. Only open during the summer, the Maine State Aquarium is popular with families thanks to its shark-petting tank. The Boothbay Region Land Trust affords guests more than 30 miles of hiking and walking trails through meadows, wetlands, forests along the coast. 

The tiny village also boasts two historic lighthouses. Burnt Island Light Station sits on its own island a mile from Boothbay Harbor; the five-acre spot features a restored lighthouse and other historic structures. The Ram Island Light Station boasts a cast-iron lantern and is linked to the mainland by a short footbridge. It's an easy trip to either one from your Boothbay Harbor vacation rental.

Day trips from Boothbay Harbor, ME

The southern Maine coast boasts delightful villages and small-town flavor. Just minutes away, East Boothbay has its own unique appeal, with schooner excursions and art galleries at the ready. Damariscove Island and Indiantown Island are just offshore from Boothbay Harbor. The former was once a fishing station but is now uninhabited, save for wildlife, and visitors flock to the island for nature hikes and walks. The latter is part of the Boothbay Land Trust and features one private residence and myriad public hiking trails. Kayakers head here in the summer for peaceful paddles along the shoreline.

Summer fun can be had at any of our Boothbay Harbor, Maine vacation rentals. Reserve your New England getaway today!

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