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Continuing on from last week’s series…are you and your fiance planning a wedding in the Boston area, but keep finding yourself dreaming of a sweet and quiet coastal celebration instead? Then you might want to hop in the car with your sweetheart and head to the gorgeous southern coast of Maine! Whether you are thinking of an iconic cliffside resort, a small family owned in, or a private club on the beach, you’ll find a truly wow-worthy coastal wedding venue. And, the best part is that all of these stunning venues are within a 2-hour drive from Boston! Incredible!

So, without further ado, here’s two more amazing venues for part 2 in our 3 part series on Coastal Wedding Venues near Boston!

Stage Neck Inn, York Harbor, ME

Our first stop this week is the Stage Neck Inn which boasts spacious and luxurious accommodations with classic décor, along with modern amenities and breathtaking ocean and harbor views as well as the relaxing sounds of the ocean’s waves lapping on the shore. 

The Stage Neck Inn offers custom wedding menus and packages, and can include any extras you may be looking for like: a rehearsal dinner, wedding shower, ceremony, reception, or next-day brunch. Their package pricing includes all site fees, taxes, and gratuities to simplify planning, and are capable of hosting up to 125 guests as well as provide charming on-site accommodations for your out-of-town guests. And, we know that many of your wedding guests will fall in love with the Inn’s delightful oceanfront guest rooms and cottages, offering one-of-a-kind ocean, harbor, and beach views, as well as all the best in coastal living, including indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, in-house spa treatments, and  on-site dining options.

Black Point Inn, Prouts Neck, Scarborough, ME

Next up we have Black Point Inn, which was built in 1878 by the Kahler family and which boasts a colorful history of guests including rail barons, political leaders and one of Maine’s most famous native sons, world-renowned artist Winslow Homer. The Inn was originally known as the Southgate House, was once just one of the many grand hotels on Prouts Neck, but today, Black Point Inn the last remaining hotel on Prouts Neck, and a true piece of historical Maine.But even though the Inn is historic, it has been extensively renovated numerous times throughout its history to ensure comfort while doing everything possible to preserve its original character. So, today many of the original wall coverings, paintings, prints and décor elements have been lovingly restored,as well as a great deal of original antique furniture. 

The Inn hosts large weddings (up to 200 guests) in the months of May, June, September, and October, but are happy to look into availability for parties of 40 guests or less (micro weddings) in the months of July and August. The Inn also features 25 spacious and distinct guest rooms and suites, all with private baths and individual heat and air conditioning.

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