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Looking for a place to rest your head that won't bust the budget? Yes, it is possible to find lodging on the Maine Coast that's not only cheap, relatively speaking, but also has character. Some of these are waterfront. Some have a bit more, uh, character. If you're used to five-star lodgings, these won't cut it; many wouldn't earn even two. But all are clean and pass my sniff test. And each has peak-season rooms (not every room mind you, but at least a few) that go for less than $110 per night, some considerably less. I'm devoting a separate page to my cheap sleeps for each region, and I'll add to it (or delete) as necessary. Go ahead, check it out, you might find you want to check right in: Southern Coast Greater Portland Mid Coast Penobscot Bay Acadia Down East Western Lakes & Mountains

Cheap Sleeps: Budget-friendly lodging in Mid-Coast Maine

Yes, you can find reasonably priced accommodations along the Maine Coast between Brunswick and Thomaston, including these in Boothbay Harbor, on the Pemaquid Peninsula,...

Cheap Sleeps: Budget lodging near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, Maine

Yes, you can find budget lodging in Maine's Acadia region, encompassing the Blue Hill/Deer Isle Peninsula, Mount Desert Island home to Bar Harbor, and...

Cheap Sleeps: Southern Maine coast, budget-friendly lodgings in York Beach & Kennebunk

Lodging can by pricey on Maine's Southern Coast, but these budget accommodations provide a good night's rest. Franciscan Guest House, Lower Village, Kennebunk One of the...

Classic Maine: Pair lodging at the Colony House with a Lakewood Theater show

If you're looking for a inexpensive, lakeside, retro-vintage escape in Maine,  let me tell you about Lakewood. Sited in Madison, 6 miles north of...

Cheap sleeps: Budget-friendly lodging in Western Lakes & Mountains

Lodging in Maine's Western Lakes & Mountains region tends to be less expensive and less fussy and frilly than on the coast. Whether you're...