The Midcoast Maine housing market poses significant challenges regarding housing inventory and cost, preventing many from living in this area. The Northport Inn & Lodge offers a unique housing option at affordable prices.
Nestled on a hill atop five scenic acres boasting scenic Pen Bay views, the property is located close to historic downtown Belfast, restaurants, food shopping and other amenities. The Northport has twenty beautifully appointed rooms, each with a private bath, and all utilities included. The property also has a fully-equipped shared kitchen that helps guests save money on dine-out and take-out.
The Northport is the Extended Stay Property Choice for
Working professionals seeking affordable housing seasonally or year-round.
Employers of all kinds seeking to attract and retain workers spanning finite contract work to full time positions.
Individuals needing transitional housing due to property renovations, prolonged buy/sell/lease transactions, or extended apartment/home searches.
Realtors looking to help their clients during deal transitions.
Travelers wanting to explore Maine from a central coastal location.
Some of our Clients Include
Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital consistently utilize The Northport for their medical professionals to provide care to the region.
The Whale’s Tooth Pub in Lincolnville, as well as other restaurants and small businesses utilize The Northport to attract and retain team members year round.
Guests and real estate brokers have used The Northport during home transaction closings, lease transitions, property renovations, and countless work and home situations where short-term or extended stay housing provides guests with a home away from home.
For more information and rates, please contact us at 207-218-1129 between the hours of 8:00am-7:00pm. Access a printable copy of this information.
The Northport Inn & Lodge began its existence in 1912 as a home for a sea captain and his family. The primary building, which we refer to as the Inn is shown below in this historic photo. The lodge, visible on the left was a large utility building and equipment barn that served multiple purposes for both the maintenance of the property and business purposes of the day.