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25 Best Romantic Spa Weekend Getaways in the U.S.

Spruce Point Inn Featured in "25 Best Romantic Spa Weekend Getaways in the U.S."

May 2015 – Spruce Point Inn was honored to be selected as one of the "25 Best Romantic Spa Weekend Getaways in the U.S." by VacationIdea. Read more...

Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards

We are excited to announce that we have received the 2014 Conde Nast Readers' Choice Award for Best Resorts in the Northeast. We were ranked 18 out of 25 among the many excellent resorts in the region. We are honored to have been selected, and will continue to provide our customers with excellent service. Read more...

Maine. The Magazine - Wedding Venues

In Boothbay Harbor, the Spruce Point Inn provides a gorgeous backdrop for a wedding ceremony. The inn has multiple options for ceremonies, cocktail hours, and receptions. The oceanfront deck is elevated and looks out over Burnt Island Lighthouse. The Pemaquid is the post-and-beam space that is illuminated with cast-iron chandeliers, and there are also tented courtyards, which serve as foul weather backups. Brides can primp in the bridal suite complete with hair and makeup stations. Photographs can be taken out on the rocks that surround the coast, making it a truly nautical experience.

Maine. The Magazine - Review of 88

Maine. The Magazine - Review of 88

The weekend I visit the Spruce Point Inn is misty, damp, and gray. Fog rolls in off the ocean and envelops the property. I love this kind of weather; it adds an element of mystery and romance to my surroundings. I check in at the main inn, and walk through the library, admiring the photographs of families who’ve vacationed here for years. The inn was built in 1892, and I’m impressed that the innkeepers Angelo DiGiulian and Joseph Paolillo have maintained its historical charm while incorporating modern conveniences for comfort and luxury. Read more...

Boothbay Region Land Trust names Spruce Point Inn 2013 Conservation Partner

The Boothbay Region Land Trust has recently named the Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa their hospitality conservation partner. For several years, Spruce Point Inn owners Angelo DiGiulian and Joe Paolillo have been working toward creating a greener, environmentally conscious business and so this designation means a great deal. Read more...

Spruce Point Inn “Spruces Up” During Winter Break

Boothbay Harbor, Maine (December 10, 2012) – Spruce Point Inn, the 57-acre family resort on the coast of Maine in the classic seaside town of Boothbay Harbor, is taking advantage of the winter downtime to make continuous improvements that are the hallmark of the historic inn, cottages and oceanfront guest lodges. Innkeepers Angelo DiGiulian and Joe Paolillo are again working through a detailed checklist designed to enhance the guest experience in the 2013 season.

Mommyologist Finds Heaven in Maine

August 2012 – Mommyologist, Mary Fischer, visited Spruce Point Inn and found heaven on earth in Boothbay Harbor and the perfect getaway for her family. Read more....

Travelin' Maine(rs) from the Kennebec Journal

August 2012 – Travelers George and Linda recount what made their recent stay at Spruce Point Inn so memorable. Read more...

MSN Food Mentions Spruce Point Inn

MSN FoodAugust 2012 – MSN Food contributor Neil Davey visited Spruce Point Inn and listed vegetables (and Chef Peter Stiles' dedication to farm-to-table dining) as one of the top "10 foodie reasons to visit America's east coast."

Maine Magazine Features Spruce Point Inn

Maine Magainze August 2012August 2012 – Spruce Point Inn was extremely honored to be included in the August 2012 issue of Maine Magazine after the publication's Editor-in-Chief Susan Grisanti visited the resort with her children. The article "Boothbay in 48 Hours" can be read in its entirety by clicking here. In addition, Maine Magazine's editors were recently interviewed on  WCSH 6 to discuss their recent visit to Boothbay Harbor.