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Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages. Guests can make use of the fitness center and shared lounge. Very clean and comfortable. Only 3 miles from Portland Jetport, this Courtyard offers free airport shuttle service upon request. It also features an indoor pool, hour Market Place and an intimate lounge for relaxation.

The staff was wonderful, the rooms were spotless, had so much space and were tastefully decorated. The beds were very comfortable. We will definitely book here again!!! This Portland hotel is located 2 miles from the Portland International Jetport and features an on-site restaurant.

The Portland Observatory is a minute drive away. Very nice and cosy place, owner are very welcoming and take car of customers. Portland International Jetport is 2. The hotel provides free airport transportation, as well as an indoor pool, business center and rooms with free WiFi. The rooms at the hotel are all non-smoking and air conditioned. Once again, the folks staffing the desk were so polite, helpful, cheerful. The shuttle service at 3: We have been coming to Maine for about 7 years; we always try to stay here because of the wonderful staff.

Located off Interstate 95 and 7 mi from downtown Portland, Maine, this hotel offers shuttle service to and from Portland International Jetport. It features an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi. Very accommodating staff and very pleasant when registering Will stay here again when in the area for sure! See all 23 properties in South Portland. Budget Inn provides rooms in South Portland.

All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. The property has a hour front desk and room service for guests. Room was clean and bed was so comfortable.

Located close to Interstate , this South Portland hotel offers offers free Wi-Fi, a hour front desk, and rooms equipped with cable TV. Portland city center is 5 mi away. The facility is nice.

The employees are really nice and helpful. Visitors will enjoy all that the greater Portland area has to offer without the hassles and expense of staying in the city. Very close to the Maine Mall, and also very close to I Offering a private beach area and a tennis court, Sea Rose is a homestay located in South Portland.

Free WiFi access is available. Lovely and interesting home and Grace was a perfect host.!! Located just off Interstate 95, this nonsmoking South Portland hotel is 5. Facilities include free WiFi and a daily continental breakfast. Comfortable room, good breakfast. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the fully equipped kitchen. With direct access to a patio, the vacation home consists of 2 bedrooms.

Guests staying at this apartment can use the fully equipped kitchen. Snug Harbor is located in South Portland. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the free WiFi and a fully equipped kitchen. Pine Haven Motel is offering accommodations in South Portland. Super clean and everything was in good working order. Maine Motel is located in South Portland. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom.

Free WiFi is provided. All rooms will provide guests with a microwave. Very nice placevery friendly and outstanding. Guests have access to free WiFi. Located in South Portland in the region of Maine, this vacation home and is 3 miles from Portland.

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Portland airport easy to navigate and was a good starting point for venturing into New Hampshire on our trip to see the fall colors. Beautiful coastal area with the lighthouses and an abundance of great places to eat.

We especially enjoyed Boone's and Becky's Dinner. A nice area with plenty to see and do. In general, people were friendly and accommodating. We ate breakfast there every morning of our stay. Great food and great staff! Great people at restaurants,shopping and historically advisor. South Portland is a good location to stay at when visiting Portland rooms in Portland are three times the cost we paid use a GPS to drive around heavy traffic in Portland and it's expensive to park.

Loved Portland, defiantly check out holy donuts, duckfat and the Maine table for places to eat. Also the love lick fence was really cute. And of course a lighthouse must be included in your trip if going to Maine. The rooms were clean had a microwave refrigerator a coffee pot. The lady behind the desk was young, always smiling, and always friendly so we're the cleaning ladies. I felt like the continental breakfast could have been better.

We loved the beds the most! The most comfortable beds we have ever slept in. The hotel was beautiful and the staff was so friendly and sweet, helpful with everything. We did not travel with a dog but absolutely loved seeing the pups everywhere, you would never ever know that pets were allowed, THAT's how clean it was.

Listen when ask to needing bottom floor. The gentleman was sweet but could of paid a little closer attention to the cane I had and opened the door for his guest. The nice young woman was a blessing. Help any way she could. The breakfast would have been good if the not hotel people thought they deserved their food first.

The location of this hotel is very close to the airport. The staff are extremely nice, especially Erin who helped us out a great deal. Close to places to eat and visit. The mall is within walking distance. The room was clean, quiet and cozy. They go above and beyond at this hotel!

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Beaches Maine is known for it's long stretches of beautiful sandy beaches and rugged scenic coastline. Lighthouses Portland has six lighthouses within 20 minutes of the city so get out and explore them all. Fun-filled days and nights - you may run out of time but never things to do The Portland art scene rivals that of cities much larger in size and features the world-renowned Portland Museum of Art, a resident symphony orchestra, numerous art galleries, and professional theatre.

The region also boasts an impressive selection of venues in which to enjoy local and internationally-acclaimed musicians and performers. Greater Portland is also steeped in history and offers many ways to explore the past such as guided walking and trolley tours.

Golf enthusiasts will find numerous beautifully situated courses, either beside the ocean or amid the mountains. Photo provided by Northern Outdoors Adventure Resort. Kids love building sand castles, splashing in the waves, and exploring the hidden worlds of tide pools along the rocky coast.

And Portland is home to two professional sports teams so there will likely be a basketball or baseball game that will hit a home run with the family when you visit. The excitement peaks at fairs and festivals throughout the summer and fall; be sure to check the calendar listings. Within 10 minutes of downtown Portland you can glide in a canoe through a saltwater marsh, swim at a state beach, bird watch on a nature sanctuary, and kayak to a mids fort.

Hike a wooded trail through autumn foliage to discover a hidden waterfall. Ice-skate in Deering Oaks Park or cross-country ski alongside the ocean in winter. From amusement parks to wildlife parks, agricultural fairs to folk-life festivals, there are so many things to entertain active kids of all ages. Dog Day Afternoons Vacationing is about seeking out new experiences and creating memories with your loved ones, including your four-pawed family members.

The good news is that Greater Portland has a dog-friendly vibe that welcomes your Rover to stay and play. Photo provided by HappyME. The Portland community hosts regular tail-wagging events where social dogs can rub noses and help raise money for local animal causes.

Here are just a few: You can purchase tickets for your family and your salty sea dog in the dog-friendly Casco Bay ferry terminal. Portland boasts miles of tongue-hanging coastline where beach dogs can get their paws sandy and paddle around.

During the busy summer season, many area beaches provide beach dog hours around sunrise and sunset. Be sure to follow the posted rules and only leave paw prints. Photo of Crescent Beach. Division Street is now the hot bed for all of Portland's new restaurants. Check out our SE Portland Pinterest page. Bakeries, coffeehouses, boutiques, music and bookstores, pubs and restaurants even a pickle store line both sides of the block Hawthorne boulevard.

Homes were built during the mids through the 's. These neighborhoods are in direct alignment with downtown via the Hawthorne Bridge , which is the one most used for cyclists and walkers. Check out our Hawthorne Pinterest page. The Sellwood Historic District has more than 30 antique stores and is located just over the Sellwood Bridge , a bit south from downtown Portland, making it a stop along the MAX line. The homes in Sellwood were built beginning at the turn-of-the-century with Victorian mansions and more conservative homes for the working class.

This neighborhood was revitalized in the 's and is home to the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Sanctuary along the river and the Oaks Amusement Park , a Portland landmark. Some of our wealthy founders built beautiful craftsman houses in neighborhoods with winding streets and planted medians.

These neighborhoods are highly sought after. These highly desirable neighborhoods have tree-lined streets, quiet neighbors, and a variety of Portland's most beautiful homes. Eastmoreland has a wonderful public golf course while Westmoreland has several parks. Some of Portland's most affordable housing can be found in North Portland.

This area has seen a huge gain in popularity in the last few years. As we struggle to find affordable housing, an area that was once undesirable is now seeing investment and rejuvenation. North Portland is located on both sides of Interstate 5, with the west side being the home of The University of Portland , Kenton and the St. Some of the areas are still in need of some attention, if you know what I mean but with a little creativity and effort come big payoffs.

There are no significant areas of large homes. Most have footprints of less than sqft. Some have converted basements and some have partial upstairs attic conversions. The housing stock was originally built to house the families of the shipyard workers. MAX light rail services this area. Northeast Portland has long been a great place to live. Located on both sides of I, it offers a close proximity to everything including MAX and several high-rise office buildings in the Lloyd District.

The three most popular neighborhoods are Alameda, Irvington, and Laurelhurst. These neighborhoods were originally built by the upper class of early Portland. The homes are large, gorgeous and expensive. It has streets of older, architecturally interesting homes lots of Tudors , and trendy neighborhood shops. It has a high level of community and school involvement, which has made it a local favorite.

Irvington is walkable an old and quaint downtown that runs along NE Broadway. Lloyd Center, one of Oregon's first Malls is located a few blocks furhter South of here. Clusters of small restaurants are within walking distance of most homes. The entire neighborhood of Irvington is a National Historic District; it is one of the oldest established neighborhoods in Portland.

The homes tend to be Victorian in style and most have been beautifully restored over the years. Laurelhurst is a close-in residential area of 1, homes with Laurelhurst Park at the heart. This neighborhood has circular medians planted with roses and statues of famous founders.

Homes range from modest bungalows not so modest prices to Georgian mansions. Unlike Irvington, Laurelhurst is home to families. People chat over the front porch and take life a bit slower. Even though living in this area requires a healthy budget, you won't see many high-end cars here.

Residents care more about their families and community, than their wheels. Check out our NE Portland Pinterest page. Clackamas Town Center , one of Oregon's largest indoor malls, and the surrounding shopping centers are located just off I and at the western edge of the Clackamas area.

Happy Valley not a valley at all is located on the east side of I and was mostly farmland 10 years ago. There are new neighborhoods built for first time home buyers up to some very high-end developments with views of Mt.

This area is growing rapidly and has a few traffic issues until some major new roads and highways are completed over the next decade or so, but I love the variety and affordability of the homes. The commute into downtown Portland is longer than other Eastside communities, but there is great access to the airport and shopping. Milwaukie is a city just south of SE Portland's nicest neighborhood Eastmoreland that until recently has gone unnoticed. The footprint of Milwaukie is quite large and has its western border along the Willamette River.

It grew from a beginning in the 's from a few planned neighborhoods with homes on large treed lots. The city didn't have a 'master plan' so development happened in an 'as-needed' basis. A major surface street runs through it Hwy 99E, which until the early 60's was the major N-S commercial highway through Oregon. This and the leftovers of that bygone era create an eclectic look, making Milwaukie somewhat less attractive than other surrounding cities. Two things changed in The second is the price appreciation in SE Portland hit all-time highs pushing it out of range for most first-time home buyers.

Milwaukie is one of the more affordable cities in the Metro area. Investors are also finding this area attractive. There is undeveloped land here, so we are also starting to see new construction pick up. Milwauike has good schools in the North half and improving in some of the southern neighborhoods. Prices range from starter homes in the low 's to a typical 4 BR in the mid s. There are still a few bargains if you like a fixer upper and are patient to wait.

Schools vary; Putnam High School in south Milwaukie is good but the elementary schools are stronger in north Milwaukie. I expect all of them to improve steadily over the near future.

The homes and lots are larger, there is far more greenspace and the schools are great. Beaverton is probably the city that started the urban sprawl. In the early 70's companies like Tektronix, Intel and Nike planted those trees that would become the 'Silicon Forest'.

Today the population is reaching 90, and has the traffic jams to prove it. Beaverton was the first real Portland suburb where people could live and work in the same community. Shopping and errands could be handled during the lunch hour, and there was more time for the family.

Much of this still exists in beautifully planned communities that invite neighbors to get out and talk to each other. Most of these homes are large planned neighborhoods with big beautiful homes on small lots with pocket parks and a community swimming pool.

Due to the high cost of developable land, there are no entry level new construction homes. Having new construction options is always a good thing. However I am very concerned about the impact on the traffic that is already at capacity on Scholls Ferry Rd.

Aloha is an unicorporated area just to the west of Beaverton. It has an eclectic mix of older homes built without a plan, poorly planned infill, and run down multifamily. Lots of retail and fast food. There are affordable houses and some opportunity here, but generally its a better investment in Beaverton propper or West into Hillsboro.

The west side of Beaverton is growing and a new high school Mountainside came online in the fall of A large number of new homes are being built right near this area and more to come in the next few years. Light rail or 'MAX' connects Beaverton commuters into the city and offers a great way to go shopping in the city for an afternoon. Check out our Beaverton Pinterest page.

Orenco Station is a residential community located in Hillsboro. Its design was very progressive for its time and place. The gamble paid off because Orenco has been the recipient of numerous national design awards. The vision was to create a City lifestyle in the center of the suburbs.

For Portlanders that meant a high density residential area with shopping and entertainment all within walking distance. The secret was to locate the community along the new mass transit light rail system called MAX. MAX connects Orenco to downtown Portland and the high-tech industry of Hillsboro, allowing commuters to leave their cars at home. Arrive early on weekends; on-site spaces fill by Beach hours are 9 a.

See website for fall and spring hours. Mind your speed, as police closely monitor the narrow, winding road. He comes to Ferry Beach when the tide is an ebb tide for easier paddling in the channel, according to Guglielmetti. A sandy beach along the Scarborough River channel, Ferry Beach is somewhat protected from ocean waves by the jetty located on the other side of the channel. The gentle tide makes a great habitat for hermit crabs.

There are no life guards on duty or picnic facilities. As of early June, there were no vendors selling food. The municipal parking lot is located right at the beach. While the beach is open sunrise to sunset, collection hours are from 9 am to 5 pm. Surf cast fishing and surfing are allowed.

Surfers must be tethered to their boards by a leash of seven to 10 feet in length. Beach hours are sunrise to sunset. The famed foot pier is a centerpiece for nightlife, entertainment and weekly Thursday night fireworks displays. Parking is available at numerous street-side meters and municipal lots, as well as at privately operated ones. Popham Beach State Park encompasses acres on a unique landform bordered on either side by the deltas of the Kennebec and Morse rivers. The resulting experience is nothing less than spectacular.

The rolling surf draws swimmers and surfers alike, and it churns up a treasure trove for shell collectors. Life guards are on duty, and you should hit the waves prepared to work through undertows and wary of periodic riptides.

Fill your calendar with things to do in Greater Portland Maine. Explore a lighthouse, hit the trails, attend a fair or festival, or book a scenic cruise. but you just might want to area beaches offer extended beach hours with off-leash play at Portland’s Eastern Beach, South Portland’s Willard Beach, and many Scarborough beaches. You’ll need 50 cents to gain entry to the public restrooms just off the strip, on West Grand Avenue. Popham Beach is sandy and popular. Portland Press Herald photo. I think this Goodwill definitely has hidden treasures, you just need to be super patient, unafraid of touching questionable things, and the willingness to really look. This is the largest Goodwill I have been too.3/ Yelp reviews.