Warren, ME, USA

Warren, ME, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 593 vacation rentals near Warren. From 263 houses to 175 cottages, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Warren for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Your gateway to the wonders of Penobscot Bay

Just inland from the coast of West Penobscot Bay, the quiet town of Warren is the picture perfect image of laid-back Maine living. With a tranquil Main Street offering local haunts where you can grab a bite or explore the local farmers' market, the town is a great place for escaping the hustle and bustle of big city life. A Warren vacation rental is a perfect home base for exploring Maine's coastal towns and the watery wilderness beyond. Whether you're sailing the open sea, exploring lighthouses, or picking blueberries, you're sure to get a true Maine experience.

Where big ocean meets small town

From vast wilderness to small town festivals, you'll find it all. Explore the wealth of hiking trails in the area, or head straight for the water to discover the wonders that await in Penobscot Bay. Boat tours, schooner trips, and fishing charters run regularly, or you can guide yourself with a kayak or paddleboat. Get even better views with a biplane or helicopter tour. In winter, switch to the skis and toboggans. And, of course, Maine means blueberries, so grab a pail and pick your own or hit up a nearby blueberry festival if your timing is right.

Let the lighthouses guide your way

There's perhaps no symbol more synonymous with Maine than the iconic lighthouse, and you'll find several within a short distance of your Warren vacation rental. In nearby Rockland, you have the picture-perfect Owls Head Light, dating from 1825, overlooking the rocky coast at Rockland Harbor, as well as the Maine Lighthouse Museum, where you can learn more about the famous structures. While you're there don't miss the Owls Head Transportation Museum. Art lovers will want to save time to wander the open-air Langlais Sculpture Preserve and visit the Farnsworth Art Museum.

Baby, it's cold outside (so bring your favorite sweater)

When you've ventured as far north as Maine, it's no surprise that you'll encounter some serious winter weather. Bundle up for some invigoratingly cold temps from November to April, especially from December to February when the highs might not even break the freezing point. Warren vacation rentals are in highest demand from June to August, when cool sea breezes and highs in the 70s make for perfect days to explore the coast and get some fresh air. The fall foliage is stunning, with fiery colors usually reaching their peak in late September.

The watery wonderland of Warren

If it's a body of water, you'll find it near Warren. Rivers, ponds, lakes _ Warren has them all. On the shores of the St. George River, the town has a direct line to the famous Maine coast. Of course, you can't forget Penobscot Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, home to countless nature preserves and bird sanctuaries. If you'd rather stay dry, a short trip inland takes offers surprising diverse landscapes, including working cattle farms, picturesque gardens, and even vineyards. No matter your preference, a Warren vacation rental puts the great outdoors is in your backyard.