So you’re newly engaged and searching for a romantic seaside location for your wedding. What better time to do a little “market research” than during the upcoming Valentine’s Day weekend. Plan a weekend getaway and also make a quick trip to look at area venues that may be perfectly suited for your wedding.

Camden Harbor Inn

Camden, ME

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This inn is worth a stay any time of year, but their Valentine’s Day package is wonderful. Their special two night stay incudes A La Carte Champagne Breakfasts, 5 course romantic dinners from one of the best chefs in town, and amazing accommodations in a town that is vibrant and exciting during the winter. While you’re in town check out the Nonantum Resort, Samoset Resort, Children’s Chapel and just down the road in Stockton Springs, French’s Point.  

 

Pomegranate Inn

Portland, ME

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As cozy as your childhood home with the art of a mid-sized museum, this inn is my favorite place to stay (and I live just down the street). It is warm and invigorating with a creative energy to get your inspiration and decor ideas flowing. While you’re in Portland consider checking out the wedding venues that make Portland, ME one of the best destination wedding locations in the country. Stay in town to see The Portland Company, Grace, Portland Club, and the Portland Museum of Art or take a short ferry ride to the Inn on Peaks Island.

 

The Captain Lord Mansion 

Kennebunkport, ME

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The mansion is as spectacular as the name suggests. With a hint of subtle Maine charm, of course. They also offer a fantastic Valentine’s Day package and cater to romance with complimentary chocolates and champagne. While you’re in the Southern Coastal region consider visiting the Nonantum Resort and Union Bluff Meeting House.

 

Martin Hill Inn

Portsmouth, NH

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This gorgeous little inn is just a 10 minute walk to downtown Portsmouth, one of the cutest seaside towns on the East Coast. It has the history of a quaint New England town with the fantastic restaurants, live music and great shopping to keep you busy for the weekend. Between shopping and relaxing take a trip to visit The Governor Langdon House, Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden and Red Barn at Outlook Farm. 

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