Lodging Partners

A few Maine golf courses have lodging on site such as:

Samoset
The Bethel Inn
The Poland Spring Resort
Point Sebago
Sebasco Harbor

Many courses have Stay and Play arrangements on their own websites. A couple lodging options that are truly unique and provide an exceptional Maine experience are listed below.

In Southern Maine and literally right on the ocean (Ogunquit) is the Cliff House.

Cliff House reemerged as one of the most captivating waterfront destinations of its kind following a landmark transformation. This iconic Maine resort, which welcomed its first guests in 1872, inspires a new community of travelers today with remarkable sightlines, intuitive amenities, and emotionally rewarding encounters. Located minutes from Ogunquit’s sandy beach and just over an hour north of Boston, Cliff House stretches across 70 oceanfront acres atop Bald Head Cliff on the southern coast of Maine, overlooking the ocean’s edge and Nubble Lighthouse.
Each of its 132 inviting luxury accommodations—including guest rooms and suites—boast private terraces and incomparable oceanfront views. Custom-designed with graceful coastal style and handcrafted elements, our serene Maine accommodations are richly textured yet comfortably refined.

For unforgettable weddings, social gatherings, engaging meetings, or corporate retreats, Cliff House offers over 25,000 square feet of event space, including the Atlantic Ballroom—from which double-height panoramic windows reveal the seemingly boundless ocean below. A luxury spa and wellness center, oceanfront restaurants, year-round activities and events, and thoughtful amenities capture the best of New England for immersive experiences in every season.

For those of you wanting to stay in the Portland area two properties are definitely worth a look. In the Old Port section of downtown Portland, the Portland Harbor Hotel beckons.

Experience old world charm, distinctive design, and impeccable service. 

Located in the heart of the Old Port, a Victorian district of lovingly restored shops and restaurants.  The area features cobblestone streets, galleries, shops, day spas and historic landmarks. 

For the twelfth consecutive year, AAA has awarded the Portland Harbor Hotel a Four Diamond award for excellence in service.

Relax in Portland’s most inviting retreats – The Portland Harbor Hotels guestrooms, with plush bathrobes, towels and nightly turn down service.

And, for those who have always dreamed of waking up on a island off the coast of Maine there is The Inn At Diamond Cove on Great Diamond Island a short ferry ride from Portland.

Located on Maine’s Great Diamond Island, the Inn at Diamond Cove is a tranquil destination that provides guests with a peaceful and relaxing stay. Constructed during the 1890’s Fort McKinley’s was part of the country’s coastal defense system to protect Portland’s Harbor and Casco Bay. The Inn is housed in Fort McKinley’s former Barracks and overlooks the former parade grounds. Cars are not permitted on the Island. Transportation around the Island is on Golf Carts and Bicycles!