A winter getaway in Maine is the perfect antidote to being cooped up for the cold and snowy season. Here at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, we’ve put together a guide to planning that needed getaway. You’ll find some great ideas that include:
- Dog sledding
- And so much more
Please read on for more ideas.
Planning Your Winter Getaway In Maine
“There is nothing in the world more beautiful than the forest clothed to its very hollows in snow. It is the still ecstasy of nature, wherein every spray, every blade of grass, every spire of reed, every intricacy of twig, is clad with radiance.” -William Sharp
1. Find the Perfect Destination
Step one is easy because you’ve already found the perfect place for a winter getaway – Maine! New England winters are wondrous and whimsical. Snow gently falls throughout the day and the pleasant chill in the air mixed with the rich pine scent of trees evoke memories of winters past. Whether you’re escaping from an area that isn’t blessed with four seasons or you just want a new place to explore, then Poland, Maine is the perfect choice.
2. Choose a Cozy Place to Stay for Your Winter Getaway in Maine
Wolf Cove Inn offers 12 luxurious and comfortable guest rooms to choose from for your cozy getaway in the snow. Though all of our rooms are equally nice, they all offer unique décor and special features, you just need to choose your favorite. Choose one of our popular rooms that feature a spa tub and fireplace for an especially pampering stay. This is a popular time of year to enjoy the Maine Lakes Region, so reserve your dates soon before we fill up! Keep scrolling for details on ways you can enjoy your upcoming stay.
3. Get Ready to Relax & Rejuvenate
Winter is the perfect time to unwind and warm up. Hunker down in your room or find another cozy spot at our Inn to take a load off and just be. Take a hot bath or enjoy a hot cup of hot cocoa by the fire as you reconnect with your partner, read a book, or just simply relax. If you want to spend your time indoors and stay warm, browse some charming local antique shops like Poland House and Gifts and The Barn on 26, and search for one-of-a-kind treasures.
If you’ll be staying with us before the holidays, you can take some time to do some leisurely gift shopping and be sure to check out The Willows – a must-visit for those on the hunt for that “hard to buy” person on your list or guests interested in exploring Maine’s largest flea market and antique venue. Finish your fun winter days dining at one of the wonderful local restaurants we recommend or embark on our Western Maine Beer Trail, perfect for those wanting to be led to the best of the best.
4. Experience Winter Wrapped Maine in the Best Ways
The options are endless in our neck of the woods when it comes to outdoor adventure. Get outside and play in the snow that graces the ground this season. For something you’ve (probably) never experienced before, embark on the Ultimate Dog Sledding Experience,fly down snowy hills with snow tubing, spend some time at Pineland Farms exploring their 5,000 acres of woodlands and fields with activities like sledding, snowshoeing, skiing, fat tire biking, and ice skating.
If you’re not up for something so active, take in the postcard worthy sights from the comfort of your car with a self-guided tour of covered bridges near the Inn. Holiday History Tours are also a fun way to celebrate the season if you’ll be in town at this time. Check out Christmas at Victoria Mansion for a wonderful time. Speaking of the holidays, take advantage of the wonderful tree destinations near us and consider cutting down your own Christmas tree at one of our favorite Christmas Tree Farms in Maine. Want even more? Check out our list of 18 winter activities.
5. Jazz Up Your Getaway with a Money Saving Special or Package
Before you lock in your dates, be sure to check out our current specials and packages to see if anything fits your fancy. From seasonal discounts to romantic packages, there’s something for everyone!
Cheers to chilly days in the snow and snuggly nights by the fire! See you soon!