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While the 2019 season is just getting underway in Portland, Maine, Historic House Island is a vacation destination for the entire family even the family dog.

Historic House Island

Historic House Island — the most relaxing family and pet-friendly island in Portland, Maine — kicks off its 2019 season on May 1.  The island offers a modern, light-hearted approach to the quintessential Maine vacation experience. Nestled in Casco Bay just minutes away from downtown Portland, this refurbished historic island is both relaxed and refined. The Island offers a vibrant mix of vintage, classic and contemporary furnishings, bold patterns and a nautical color palette. Its combination of natural elements, nautically inspired accents, and art lend an eclectic vibe to the homes.

With its warm, unassuming ambience, expansive lawns, kid-friendly activities, beaches and plenty of room for the family dog to run and play. and spacious guest rooms, Historic House Island is the perfect Portland vacation venue for family vacations, couple’s getaways and group travel. And with downtown’s famous eateries being just a short boat ride away, families can explore the many shops, boutiques, and restaurants at their leisure. The Island accepts guests’ reservations from May through the beginning of November. Vacationers can rent one of the three homes or the entire island for their family and dog.

Sleeping up to 48 people, the recently renovated, historic House Island is a charming private Island that features modern travel amenities like provided parking, full kitchens, complimentary Wi-Fi and satellite television service.  Beautifully renovated rooms with contemporary decor and vintage accents offer a coastal-inspired ambiance anchored by exceptional service.  Located just 10 minutes from Downtown Portland, Historic House Island centrally located within close boating proximity to myriad shopping, dining, and attractions. The Island location offers convenient access to Portland (PWM) via fast, easy public transit once on the mainland.

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