The Lodges

The Lodges at Spruce Point Inn were built to modernize the experience of the original Lodges which dated back to the 1940’s and 50’s.

At 600 to 700 square feet, the Lodge rooms are well-suited for an extended stay with plenty of space to spread out.  A living room or sitting area and an over-sized guest bath make these perfect for couples and small families. All of the Lodge accommodations have a gas fireplace and a private covered porch with Adirondack or rocking chairs. Most have deep double soaking tubs and separate walk-in showers.

These recently updated guest rooms have a Maine cottage ambiance, painted or stained pine wainscoting, modern amenities and ample room to relax and enjoy the benefits of an extended-stay experience — sitting area with side chairs or living area with comfortable pull-out sofa, gas fireplace, artwork by renowned local artists, historical resort photography, quiet air-conditioning, plush-top beds with triple sheeting in crisp linens, private covered porches with traditional Adirondack or rocking chairs and woodlandview, partial oceanview, oceanview, or oceanfront categories. In-room amenities include LCD flat-screen television, iPod docking station, complimentary Wi-Fi, refrigerator stocked with Poland Spring water, and Keurig coffee-maker with an assortment of Green Mountain coffee and tea.

Historic Property Map 1950’s

Property Map 2017

All rooms share the following amenities:

Wonderful garden, partial, or full ocean views
A sitting or living area
Gas-wood stove fireplace
Complimentary wireless internet
Keurig coffee maker
Poland Spring water
Balcony or porch with Adirondack or rocking chairs
Quiet AC with individual control
40 inch flat screen television
Private bath
Deluxe bath amenities
Bath robes
Plush-top beds with triple sheeting
IPOD docking station
Iron and ironing board
Comfortable coastal cottage furnishings
Historic photography
Artwork by renowned local artists

In addition, many of The Lodge rooms offer:

Queen sleeper sofa
Living or sitting area
Soaking tubs (some with hydrotherapy jets)
Separate walk-in shower
Cathedral ceiling
Efficiency-style kitchens
Split level living and bedroom areas