Portland is the nearest airport (1-1/2 hour) portlandjetport.org or
Manchester, New Hampshire, flymanches:
The Moorings, P.O Box 37, New Harbor, ME 04554
E-mail: tscapco@aol.com
www.themoorings-newharbor.com

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A LITTLE HISTORY

We acquired remarkable historic houses dating from the end of the Civil War. We found these antiquities desperately in need of rehabilitation. Carefully and responsibly we restored these magnificent examples of 19th and 20th century architecture while complementing with gardens, grounds and outbuildings. All rehabilitation was approached with a discipline uncompromising in retaining the original character and detail while adapting to a 21st century use. Primarily a labor of love, we are now able to offer a rare opportunity to experience historicity while luxuriating in the natural beauty and tranquility of this 22-acre estate-like spot with picture postcard views of the most photographed lobstering harbor in Maine.

Original Construction Dates for the Moorings:

1. Cottage Mansard- January 4, 1875

2. Colonial (Carriage House, Owens, Townsend)- March 19, 1874

3. Victorian (Brackett, Barn, Monhegan)- September 18, 1895

4. Bungalow (Gatehouse)- November 10, 1924



MORE GUEST REVIEWS

"Thanks for a wonderful time - The Moorings is a great, relaxing place. We loved seeing this part of Maine and hope to get back again".

"We would like to tell you what an enjoyable time we had during our stay last week at The Moorings. Thank you for providing us with a perfect week of weather. It was our second year staying in 'the Barn' and we are very much looking forward to returning again next year."

"The weather couldn't have been better and we loved sitting on the decks and reading and seeing the boats, the water and the birds. Thank you for making it so attractive and nice for us in our little home, away from home."

"Everything at the Moorings is wonderful. The Brackett is great. . .from the art, to the fireplace, to the nice firm bed. We drove all over the area and did not see any place that could be nicer."