The three Historic Inns of Rockland are going to let you in on a little secret.
The first few weeks of summer are the one of the best times of the year to visit Maine’s Midcoast and the Historic Inns of Rockland. Most people think that summer in Rockland is the ideal time to vacation, but come early September, the days are a little cooler and the streets are a little less crowded. When kids go back to school, many of our visitors stay home, making it the ideal time for empty-nesters and active seniors to visit our three historic inns. Fall in love in Rockland this fall, when autumn romantic getaways to Midcoast Maine are at their best.
And just to make early September a little more enticing, the three Historic Inns of Rockland are offering visitors who stay for three midweek nights, Sunday through Thursday, in the first two weeks of September a complimentary lobster dinner (up to $50 value) at McLoon’s Lobster Shack. You’ve read about McLoon’s Lobster Shack on our blog before. Think as-fresh-a- it-comes lobster, right from McLoon’s traps at the wharf paired with one of the most beautiful quintessential Maine coves and you’ve got McLoons and the ideal lobster dinner. The only way to make it better is to make it complimentary with a three-night midweek stay at any of the three Historic Inns of Rockland.
A three night stay at any of the three Historic Inns of Rockland including LimeRock Inn, Granite Inn and Berry Manor Inn combined with a fabulous and fresh lobster dinner and this is Maine the way life should be. Savor the secret and plan a stay at Historic Inns of Rockland during the first two weeks in September.
To learn more about the three Historic Inns of Rockland, be sure to visit www.HistoricinnsofRockland.com.